Careers pages in Leeds

Leeds Teaching Hospitals is one of the largest NHS Trusts in the UK: they employ more than 16,000 people across the city. NHS careers in Leeds don’t just include nursing, medical and scientific roles. In like any complex organisation, jobs in Leeds Teaching Hospitals cover all aspects regarding the day-to-day delivery of their services to over one million patients every year.

Leeds City Council is responsible for providing a wide range of services to the public across the district.

The council has a range of opportunities, including job vacancies, apprenticeships, work experience and internships to get involved in and progress within your career aspirations.

Leeds Academic Health Partnership is a collaborative partnership between three Leeds universities, their health and care organisations and the City Council; we have world-class expertise at our fingertips. The Leeds Academic Health Partnership discovers solutions that operate at the limits of science, bringing together the full research and educational expertise of their universities with the strengths of their health and care system.

Do you want to learn more about working in Health & Social Care? Here's a page on Leeds Pathways explaining the careers available. 

Leeds Community Healthcare employ more than 3,000 people in health and administrative roles. They always look for new talent to join their team and develop a career in our community. So, if you’re looking for a permanent post, temporary flexible work or an apprenticeship they might have the opportunity you're seeking.


Leeds and York Partnership Foundation Trust provides specialist mental health and learning disability services to people in Leeds. 

Health and Social Care jobs recruit nationally and internationally across all Health & Social Care sectors and disciplines, using our expertise to recruit at all career levels. They are passionate about the Care Sector, allowing them to stand out by being very bespoken.  

Bluerock Healthcare are considered one of the UK’s front runners in supplying care and nursing homes with highly-skilled healthcare professionals.

Health and Care courses in Leeds

The University of Leeds' School of Healthcare is the Number 1 for Nursing and Midwifery in the Russell Group in England, and one of the Top 100 Universities in the World

The School of Healthcare’s overall aim is the creation, dissemination and application of knowledge to improve the health and wellbeing of communities, families and individuals. This is done through innovation in education, research and scholarships.


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Leeds Beckett University offer courses in Nursing, Health Care & Health Promotion. If you want to focus on helping people and communities recover and maintain their health and quality of life, Leeds Beckett University offers the opportunity to work towards becoming a registered nurse, gain advanced nursing qualifications or study health promotion to address local, national and international health issues.

To find out more about health and social care courses offered, click here.

Leeds Trinity's Health and Social Care (BSC Honours) course is designed in partnership with major employers in health and social care, making sure you develop the skills employers are looking for now.

Leeds City College offers hands-on experience in the Health Science and Social Care sector through work placements and practical learning to develop industry relevant skills.

To find out more about courses, click here.

Keighley College offers a Foundation Degree in Health and Well-Being. It's designed for those wanting to gain knowledge and experience about working in a health related profession. A degree in health and well-being focuses on the broader spectrum of health related studies and investigates current issues in the healthcare sector. 

Go Higher West Yorkshire is a consortium of HE providers in our local area, working together to ensure that higher education in all its forms is open to all who can benefit, regardless of background.  The core aim of the partnership is to connect partners to improve access to, success in and progression from higher education, for those from under-represented groups.