Defined
by our
people

Our
people

We know that the quality of the services we deliver for our patients is defined by our people. That’s why we have high ambitions for supporting the thousands of staff we have working across our hospitals and community services.

Grow your
career

University Hospitals Birmingham (UHB) is recognised as one of the leading NHS foundation trusts in the UK, as well as home of the leading university teaching hospital in the region. We have strong links to universities so we can offer a diverse career pathway with opportunities to progress in specialist areas, such as research, professional development, clinical education and transplantation.

We offer a range of internal development courses for staff, as well as regional and national courses via the National Leadership Academy. With the growing offer of apprenticeships, there are many routes available to grow your career with us.

Being one of the few trusts nationally to offer all clinical services across our locations, there will be plenty of opportunities to move between specialties and departments.

Have a healthy
work life

We recognise the importance of finding a healthy work life which works for everyone. For some, that might mean flexible or part-time hours. For others, access to sports facilities could make a big difference.

We know we all work best when we're healthy, so we invest in a range of initiatives that support staff well-being, including a fast-track self-referral physiotherapy service, well-being clinics, restaurants offering a range of freshly-cooked meals, and staff counselling services for personal and work-related issues.

We like to recognise the achievements of our staff and our annual Building Healthier Lives Awards is a shining example of how we get together to celebrate excellence.

Be a part of
Birmingham

Birmingham is the second largest city in the UK yet despite its size, it has a very down-to-earth, friendly, local feel.

The city and its surrounding areas benefit from the influence of a variety of cultures, and its annual festivals in the Chinese quarter, Irish quarter and gay village attract people from all over the world. Living in or near Birmingham, you’ll have the chance to experience all a vibrant city has to offer.

There's plenty of choice when thinking about where to live, from city centre apartments, to houses in the suburbs, all with great transport links.

To discover why Birmingham is a perfect place to live and work, see the Relocate to Birmingham website.

Locations to
suit you

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham opened in June 2010, next to the historic QE Heritage Building, and is located in Edgbaston, a leafy suburb of Birmingham. The site is also home to the University of Birmingham, Birmingham Women’s Hospital and Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust.

Good Hope Hospital is situated in the royal town of Sutton Coldfield, approximately seven miles north of Birmingham city centre.

Heartlands Hospital is based at the heart of a thriving, diverse and largely residential area of the city.

Birmingham Chest Clinic is located on Great Charles Street in Birmingham City Centre, among the city’s financial and business districts.

Solihull Hospital and Community Services serve south Birmingham and the villages around Solihull.

UHB also runs services at other locations across the region, including Umbrella, the community-based sexual health service for Birmingham and Solihull.

Search and
apply

All of our vacancies are advertised via NHS jobs.

QEHB vacancies include jobs at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and Umbrella sexual health.

HGS vacancies include jobs at Good Hope and Heartlands hospitals, Solihull Hospital and Community Services, and Birmingham Chest Clinic.

We also promote many of our vacancies via social media, so follow us for notifications of new adverts.

Get in
touch

We understand that choosing a place to work is a big decision and we want you to be confident that joining us is the right move for you.

Want to find out more about working with us? Drop us a line.