Job opportunities

Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust is the UK's largest postgraduate specialist heart and lung centre. We are world famous for our expertise and have a proud history in the investigation, treatment and research of heart and lung disease. 

We have over 3,400 staff working across our two sites in Chelsea, London and Harefield, Middlesex. We have a wide range of opportunities for staff across a number of disciplines including: 

  • medical roles
  • nursing
  • radiography
  • occupational therapy
  • pharmacy
  • administration
  • healthcare science.  

We encourage the development of our staff both personally and professionally to ensure our patients get the first-class treatment they deserve.

We are committed to building a workforce which is valued and whose diversity reflects all the communities from which it recruits, enabling it to deliver the best possible healthcare service. 

Applications for our posts are encouraged from all sections of the community and decisions about recruitment in the Trust are based on merit.

We also have a comprehensive diversity policy to reinforce our commitment to attracting and retaining staff from different backgrounds. We have been accredited with the Disability Symbol Award, which means that we will interview all applicants with a disability who meet the minimum/essential criteria for a job vacancy and will consider them on their abilities.

What can we offer you if you decide to join us? 

As well as working for a trust with a national and international reputation for excellence, our staff benefit from:

  • subsidised childcare facilities

  • an occupational pension scheme

  • personal development and training opportunities

  • flexible working

  • subsidised accommodation

  • subsidised meals at on-site restaurants

  • staff library facilities.

Applying to work for us

See our vacancies page for current opportunities at the Trust.

Smoke-free hospital

Smoking is not allowed on the premises or in the grounds of our hospitals. This includes the use of e-cigarettes. Smoking cigarettes and breathing in smoke from other people’s cigarettes (passive smoking) are harmful and can cause lung and heart disease.