Why Choose MSI?
A huge choice of nursing jobs, hours and locations
We have long-term relationships with NHS Trusts and private healthcare providers throughout the UK and can offer our candidates priority access to the very best vacancies. Whatever your desired working pattern, we can find something to suit you.
Competitive pay rates
and daily payments
Our nursing jobs offer competitive salaries and hourly rates, as well as holiday and sick pay. Occasionally, MSI Recruitment are authorised to offer escalated rates which allow our agency workers to earn over the usual cap for agency nurses. These roles can be extremely lucrative.
We also operate a daily payroll, so you don’t have to wait to get paid each week or month.
Unlike other recruitment agencies, you will have a single point of contact, who is a specialist in your field. This means your consultant not only understands your requirements, they also know the job, and what it takes to succeed, inside out. We also offer out of hours support for emergencies.
We support all our agency staff through their revalidation process, to make sure you revalidate easily and in time and are able to keep working with us.
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Awards and Accreditations
The latest news from MSI and the healthcare sector.
MSI are delighted to have been shortlisted for three of this year's Recruiter Investing in Talent awards:Best Employee CommunicationsMost effective business continuity & resilience programmeBest Recruitment Agency to work for - MediumThese awards recognise recruiters that put talent first. MSI consistently invests in our employees and recognises and rewards their su...Read more
This month, MSI are celebrating the contributions made by black healthcare professionals to the NHS. Below are some of our healthcare heroes.Key facts, figures and information about the NHS workforce6.1 per cent of staff in the NHS identify as being from a black background4.6 per cent of the medical workforce and 6.3 per cent of the non-medical workforce in the NHS are fr...Read more
According to the Nursing & Midwifery Council, there are currently 90,203 Mental Health Nurses currently registered in the UK, but the numbers are dropping, and mental health has been identified as a priority area. This means the role of mental health nurse is in extremely high demand, making it a great choice of career path.What do Mental Health Nurses do?Mental health...Read more
The rights and status of EU, EEA and Swiss citizens living in the UK will remain the same until 30 June 2021. You may need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to continue living and working in the UK after 30 June 2021.EU Settlement SchemePlease use the link above to:Check if you need to apply to the EU settlement scheme Find out what status you’ll obtainCheck what yo...Read more
Today marks the start of the International Week of Happiness at Work, set up to promote the idea that the world will be a better place if more people are happy at work. After all, happy employees have a huge advantage over unhappy ones. They are more productive, flexible, resilient, creative, keep customers happier and work better with their colleagues.Nurses have traditio...Read more