Leeds"A fun and young city. Situated conveniently in the North - next to all the other major cities. Good train access to London. Great health economy with lots of job opportunities. And easy access to the beautiful Yorkshire Dales." - Graduate Trainee
West Yorkshire"This area is fantastic for anyone who enjoys walking, hiking and camping. The Yorkshire Dales are attracting more visitors each year due to the stunning scenery and accessible walks. There are also plenty of reservoirs where sailing takes place. The towns and cities have an abundance of gyms and retail/leisure parks." - Graduate Trainee
Sheffield"Sheffield is a really student orientated city so there are lots of young people, restaurants and shopping opportunities, (plus university library buildings to work in). It’s a very green city too, on the doorstep of the wonderful peak district, with good rail links to northern and southern England." - Graduate Trainee
Chesterfield"The best thing about life here? The Peak District, walking, climbing, mountain biking, rivers, hills and open spaces." - Graduate Trainee
York“Yorkshire is special. It is known for having the friendliest people you will meet anywhere, which makes both work and leisure that much more fun. Oh, and if you happen to be around Sheffield, you’ll find it has more trees per person than any city in EUROPE. If sports is your thing, just know that this region is home to some of the world’s best athletes. Whatever you’re looking for you’ll not be left wanting here.” - Graduate Trainee
Yorkshire & The Humber
This diverse region covers locations such as Sheffield, York, Leeds, Grimsby, Harrogate, Lincolnshire and Scarborough and has a population of 5.3 million.
Yorkshire has good transport links, and is well connected by train and road to nearby towns and cities.
Outside of the urban areas, the Yorkshire Dales, North York Moors, the East Coast, Peak District are all close by, meaning you’re never short of fresh air and amazing scenery.
More than 145,000 people in the region are NHS employees. This includes over 4,000 GPs and 39,000 nursing staff.
NHS England and the Department of Health both have a base in Leeds, with the NHS Leadership Academy headquarters also based in the city.
Outdoor activities are high on the agenda in Yorkshire, with rock climbing, walking, hiking, camping and other outdoor sports easily accessible. In fact, Yorkshire would have finished 17th in the 2016 Olympics medal table if classified as a country by itself, ahead of New Zealand and Canada!
You could be based anywhere in the area shown on the map above. The region of Yorkshire and the Humber covers locations such as Sheffield, York, Leeds, Grimsby, Harrogate, Lincolnshire (North & North East) and Scarborough. The map shows the approximate position in the UK and transport links. Please choose your region carefully when making your application.