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The Isle of Man has opportunities for Children and Family Nurses, Mental Health Nurses and Social Workers looking to progress their careers whilst enjoying a great quality of life in a stunning UNESCO Biosphere!

Healthcare on the Isle of Man

Manx Care

Manx Care is the Isle of Man’s equivalent of the UK’s National Health Service (NHS). It employs around 3,000 colleagues, with an aspiration to be ‘the best small Island health and care system in the world’.

A transformation programme is underway, focused on the provision of integrated services as close to a patient’s home as possible. In parallel, a cultural development programme will transform the colleague experience, allowing them to play a leading role within the transformation of services, supporting their development, and creating an environment where they can flourish in their careers.

Noble’s Hospital

Noble's Hospital is the Island’s only district general hospital and opened in 2003. Equipped to the latest standards, the hospital provides a comprehensive range of services typical of most district general hospitals including acute medicine, general and orthopaedic surgery, maternity, paediatrics, SCBU, ITU & CCU.

Noble’s Hospital was recently named in a General Medical Council (GMC) survey as the best provider of medical education for junior doctors in the first year of their three-year training programme (first out of 170 UK NHS Trusts, 2020-21) - the quality of learning and development provided speaks for itself! Manx Care has also been shortlisted for a prestigious Nursing Times Workforce Award. Preceptorship of the year - Under 1,500 Nursing staff" 2021.

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Healthcare Career Opportunities in the Isle of Man  

General Healthcare:

  • Hospital Medicine
  • Urgent and Emergency Care
  • General Practice
  • Clinical Pharmacy
  • Diagnostic Services, including Pathology and Radiology
  • Allied Health Professions including Therapies and Podiatry
  • Biomedical Science
  • Social Work (Adult, Children’s, and Families)
  • Residential and Domiciliary Care.

The majority of professionals listed above require UK registration with the appropriate council.

Manx Care’s not just about health and social care – it offers so much more!

UK NMC Registered Nursing and Midwifery:

  • Hospital-based Nursing
  • Community and School Nursing
  • Mental Health Nursing
  • Practice Nursing
  • Neonatal and Paediatric Nursing.

It is essential that you are fully registered with the UK Nursing and Midwifery Council.

Find out about Manx Care's Nurse Talent Pool, apply and be matched to nursing roles in your preferred area.

Opportunities exist across a broad range of non-clinical services too, including:

  • Business Intelligence
  • Quality and Safety
  • Commissioning and Contracting
  • Business Management
  • Project Management
  • Administration.

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Further Education and Development

Manx Care offers exceptional career prospects for Doctors, Nurses, Social Workers, and Allied Health Professionals, with fully funded further education opportunities across a number of specialist areas.

There’s a huge support network to help professionals fulfil their potential and achieve their career aspirations thanks to on-the-job training and a dedicated skills training facility within the grounds of Noble’s Hospital which is fully equipped with a simulation suite and library. Employees can also take advantage of a wide range of courses offered through ‘LEaD’; Manx Care’s Learning, Education and Development Service.

Newly qualified nurses can also access Manx Care’s fantastic preceptorship programme with dedicated study days to ensure they are well supported and can enjoy a smooth transition into their first nursing role.

Relocation Incentives and Support

Manx Care recognises that relocating is a life changing event, and offer a number of relocation incentives to support healthcare professionals in their transition to the Island, which can include:

  • Up to £7,000 in financial assistance to cover removal costs
  • £3,000 recruitment incentive, paid in three instalments over a 25-month period
  • £250 a month housing allowance for up to two years.

Individuals relocating to the Isle of Man can also take advantage of the National Insurance Holiday Scheme, which enables relocators to apply for a refund on their National Insurance contributions for their first year of employment, up to the value of £4,000.

Other Benefits

Some of the other incredible benefits of working for Manx Care include:

  • Competitive salaries which, on average, are comparatively higher than other jurisdictions
  • A rewarding pension scheme, which is based on final salary contributions
  • An opportunity to step away from NHS pressures and demands, as the Island’s healthcare system is similar, but smaller than the UK’s
  • Free car parking at Noble’s Hospital and other Manx Care sites
  • Flexible working arrangements.

And Why the Isle of Man?

The Isle of Man doesn’t just offer rewarding careers, but an amazing work-life balance that affords residents the opportunity to be financially prosperous and enjoy an excellent quality of life - all within a beautiful setting:

  • It's well connected (the Island is situated just off the northwest coast of the UK)
  • Unbeatable quality of life
  • Simple taxation regime
  • Vibrant activity and hospitality scene
  • Average commute time of 20 minutes
  • One of the lowest crime rates in Europe
  • Stunning and diverse natural landscape and outdoor offering.


To find out more about working within Manx Care and how to apply, visit the Isle of Man Public Service Careers website.

Read about Manx Care's Nurse Talent Pool