Make a difference in Portsmouth with a job in health and care.


There are a huge range of exciting opportunities to work in health and care in Portsmouth. From working directly with people to behind the scenes roles, there’s something for everyone.

We’re looking for people who are passionate about making a difference and want to improve the health and wellbeing of other people’s lives.

On this page you’ll find all of the jobs we’re aware of in the city from across all Health and Care Portsmouth partners.

Featured: Register as a volunteer with HIVE Portsmouth

HIVE Portsmouth has a whole host of opportunities for volunteers across the city. You can search by location, interest or activities, and look at the top opportunities this month.

Visit ‘Together in HIVE’ now

All NHS vacancies are added onto the national NHS jobs portal, which can be filtered by location. Visit the NHS jobs website to see the current vacancies in Portsmouth.

Hampshire and Isle of Wight ICB offers a range of excellent employment opportunities to new and existing staff. The organisation offers good working conditions, fair pay and benefits, and enable a balance between work and personal life. It understand the important role of the workforce and has a people focused approach which supports staff engagement, employee health and wellbeing, and learning and development opportunities.

The ICB has a forward thinking and innovative culture which supports new ways of working, including working collaboratively with partners across Hampshire and Isle of Wight. The organisation believes that by working and thinking differently, it can achieve the priorities and vision for supporting the people of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

Current vacancies for NHS Hampshire and Isle of Wight Integrated Care Board can be seen here.

Working in local government is rewarding in lots of ways, especially within health and care.

Whether you’re looking for a role supporting children in social care, adults with learning disabilities, care homes or public health, there are a wide range of opportunities to help people well in Portsmouth.

Current vacancies for Portsmouth City Council can be seen here.

You might be specifically interested in a career in adult or children’s social care or working as a home carer.

Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust (PHU) provides comprehensive secondary care and specialist services to a local population of 675,000 people across South East Hampshire. It also offers some tertiary services to a wider catchment in excess of two million people.

The Trust employs around 7,345 staff and is the largest employer in Portsmouth.

PHU offers a range of career paths, which requires staff working in different areas of the Trust to have varying skills sets. From Admin and Clerical, to Health Care Support Workers and from Estates and Facilities to Midwives, there is a role for everyone.

PHU’s core values are: “Working Together – for Patients, with Compassion, as One Team and Always Improving”.

The Trust carries these values in everything they do, including the training, development and recruitment of staff. If these values resonate with you and you are looking for an opportunity to build an exciting career, contact PHU now to discuss your options.

Current vacancies for Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust can be seen here.

Solent NHS Trust is a leading provider of community and mental health services, with a top performing and award winning Academy of Research and Improvement.

The 4,900 talented people at the heart of Solent share an ambitious vision to keep more people healthy, safe and independent at, or close to, home.

The Trust is always keen to hear from people who share their commitment to quality and who are passionate about making a difference. They have a wide range of career options available. Whatever your role, you will be supported with learning and development programmes to help you to continually develop.

Solent NHS Trust want to make their organisation a great place to work., and recognise that this is not just about pay. It is also about the culture of the organisation, the relationships you develop, the opportunities that are open to you and the benefits you enjoy.

Current vacancies for Solent NHS Trust can be seen here.

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Volunteering support is provided by Together in HIVE Portsmouth, a local volunteer recruitment agency which helps people find their ideal voluntary position in the Portsmouth community.

There are countless reasons why people volunteer. It’s an opportunity to get involved with your local community, a way to keep your mind active, and a way to increase your confidence and self-esteem.

With a multitude of opportunities across the city, it’s a chance to learn new skills, impress potential employers and even improve your health. Most of all it’s an opportunity to make a real difference in your city.

Find out more about volunteering opportunities in Portsmouth.

Volunteer with a community group

Portsmouth City Council’s independence and wellbeing team are looking for volunteers to help out at some of their groups, which take place across the city.

To find out more about any of these volunteering opportunities, please contact the independence and wellbeing team using the details below.

Phone: 023 9284 1762


Neurodivergence and Autism Gardening Drop-in – Group Facilitator

The Neurodivergence and Autism Gardening Drop-in group takes part in gardening, arts and crafts, and chatting over a cup of tea!  If you would like to help make everyone feel welcome, this is the group for you.

The group meets every Thursday, from 10.30am -12.30pm, in the lovely setting of the Community Allotment (Milton Piece allotments, Locksway Way, Southsea, PO4 8LF).

Ethnic Gardening Group – Group Facilitator

If you are interested in spending time outdoors and growing vegetables from all over the world, this group might be for you!

The Ethnic Gardening Group meets every Monday, from 12.30pm – 2.30pm at our Landport Community Allotment (Fyning Street, Landport, PO1 1JS). You don’t need to be an expert gardener to volunteer with this group, as the members are very knowledgeable.

Diversi-Tea Lounge – Social Group Facilitator

Diversi-Tea Lounge is an intercultural group open to anyone aged 18+ who would like to meet other people in a friendly atmosphere and carry out a range of activities. The group meets every Tuesday, from 12.30pm – 2.30pm at the Deaf Centre (279 Arundel Street, Portsmouth, PO1 1LX).

The group takes part in arts and crafts, cooking, and also holds talks from a range of guest speakers from local organisations and services. If you enjoy chatting to people and making them feel welcome, this is the group for you.