NICE is a great place to work. You'll be working alongside talented, friendly people on services that have a real impact on health and social care in the UK.

All our current vacancies are available to search and apply for on the NHS Jobs website.

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Why you'll love working here

Attractive pay, holidays and pension

To make sure we pay a fair salary for all our roles, we use a national pay system called Agenda for Change.

We offer generous holidays and you can buy up to 5 days' extra leave. Also, as a NICE employee you'll automatically be enrolled into the NHS Pension Scheme.

On top of this, we offer a great package of wider rewards and benefits.

An environment you'll thrive in

We believe that people work best in a relaxed, friendly environment. So, we've done our best to create that. We've got modern, spacious offices in Manchester and London with easy access by tram, train, tube or bus. Right now, we're working from home in line with government guidance.

Training and development

You'll be able to develop your skills and keep your knowledge up to date. We have a dedicated training budget, so there are always lots of opportunities to learn.

We care about your personal wellbeing

We support the physical and mental health and wellbeing of our staff in a number of ways. There's an employee assistance programme, mental health first aiders and a variety of health and wellbeing activities that run throughout the year.

Work-life balance

Work's important, but so is life outside of the office. Our flexible working arrangements mean you can have a job that works for you.

What our staff say

Giving something back

Ellie Donegan
Ellie works in the Centre for Health Technology Evaluation, which develops guidance on the use of new and existing treatments. But what's it like being a health technology assessment adviser?

Read Ellie's story

Born to be wild!

Ed Murgatroyd
Ed's our head of service delivery management here at NICE. He tells us about the sheer diversity of his role - and why there are definitely no groundhog days!

Read Ed's story

The trouble with turtles

Fiona Glen
From studying zoology and tracking turtles to developing guidance for health and social care, our staff come from a wide range of backgrounds.

Read Fiona's story

Our digital, information and technology teams are a great bunch to work with. And all our design, development and research work is done in-house, so there's always an interesting project to work on.

We're looking to recruit from a diverse mix of backgrounds, cultures, outlooks and ideas. And there's no need for previous experience in healthcare or the NHS to work with us.

The users of our services are right at the centre of what we do. And we're not afraid to look at new and innovative ways of doing things, so it's always an interesting place to work.

Ed Murgatroyd - head of service delivery management

We believe in diversity and inclusion

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Disability Confident

We are a Disability Confident Committed employer. We have pledged to make the most of the opportunities provided by employing disabled people.

Our recruitment process is inclusive and accessible. We support employees with long-term health conditions to enable them to remain in work.

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Stonewall Diversity Champion

We're a Stonewall Diversity Champion. This means we ensure that all LGBT+ staff are accepted without exception in the workplace.

Being a Stonewall Diversity Champion also means we work with a community of professionals dedicated to equality, diversity and inclusion.

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Time to Change

Time to Change is an organisation committed to improving attitudes towards mental health. We've signed up to champion the scheme.