NHS Jobs - Search Results (2023)

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Senior Impact Officer (XN05)

Research and Development

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Leeds

Are you interested in assessing, evidencing, and communicating the impact of NIHRs investment in research capacity development? The National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) is seeking a friendly, organised, and conscientious Senior Impact Officer to join their growing team.

Salary:
£27055.00 to £32934.00 a year
Posted:
27/10/2022
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
27/11/2022
Staff Group:
Administrative & Clerical
Job Ref:
298-C9298-MDI-0005
Distance:
0.2 miles

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Programme Officer (NIHR TCC) (XN04)

Administration

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Leeds

Weare looking for a highly skilled and motivated Programme Officer to assist withplanning and implementing the management of our research training schemes.Youwill play a key role in the Integrated Pathways team, providing excellentadministrative support to the team, and engaging with a broad ...

Salary:
£23949.00 to £26282.00 a year
Posted:
28/10/2022
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
27/11/2022
Staff Group:
Administrative & Clerical
Job Ref:
298-C9298-MDI-0006
Distance:
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Senior Impact Manager

Administration

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Leeds

Do you have experience in working systematically, with a range of stakeholders, to ensure that high quality results are delivered on time? Do you have excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, experience in designing and/or managing research or evaluations, and excellent written and ...

Salary:
£41659.00 to £47672.00 a year
Posted:
03/11/2022
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
04/12/2022
Staff Group:
Administrative & Clerical
Job Ref:
298-C9298-MDI-0008
Distance:
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Senior Project Manager

Informatics

NHS Resolution, Leeds

ThisSenior Project Manager role would be a great first step for those who want topursue a career within NHS Resolution. As an organisation, we are on asignificant change journey with key digitalisation projects in flight whichoffer a great opportunity to learn and contribute to.Teambackground ...

Salary:
£48526.00 to £54618.00 a year plus HCAS (London only)
Posted:
16/11/2022
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
30/11/2022
Staff Group:
Administrative & Clerical
Job Ref:
912-M9912-NHSR-2022-124
Distance:
0.2 miles
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Junior Case Manager

Legal

NHS Resolution, Leeds

NHS Resolution is a not-for-profit part of the NHS working for healthcare providers to resolve claims fairly and to share learning across the NHSand beyond. We provide a supportive environment for staff withspecialist training and the opportunity for personal development.NHSResolution operates ...

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Training and Recruitment Programme Executive

Administration

NHS Resolution, Leeds

NHS Resolution is a not-for-profit part of the NHS working for healthcare providers to resolve claims fairly and to share learning across the NHSand beyond. We provide a supportive environment for our staff withspecialist training and the opportunity for personal development.TheNHS Resolution ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £35572.00 a year plus HCAS (London only)
Posted:
17/11/2022
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
28/11/2022
Staff Group:
Administrative & Clerical
Job Ref:
912-M9912-NHSR-2022-114-A
Distance:
0.2 miles

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Programme Administrator

Administration

Health Education England, National

Health Education England (HEE) exists for one reason only: to support the delivery of excellent healthcare and health improvement to the patients and public of England by ensuring that the workforce of today and tomorrow has the right numbers, skills, values and behaviours, at eh right time and in ...

Salary:
£23949.00 a year per annum (exclusive of HCAS)
Posted:
11/11/2022
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
27/11/2022
Staff Group:
Administrative & Clerical
Job Ref:
984-NAT-S-2-19022-B
Distance:
0.4 miles

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Programme Manager

Administration

Health Education England, Leeds

The NHS has seen the emergence of new professional roles working within multi-professional teams as part of the continuing drive to provide safe, accessible and high-quality care for patients. These are roles described as Medical Associate Professions and currently include;Physician Associates...

Salary:
£48526.00 a year per annum
Posted:
18/11/2022
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
02/12/2022
Staff Group:
Administrative & Clerical
Job Ref:
984-N-NEY-1-19067-A
Distance:
0.4 miles
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Regional Head of Pharmacy / Pharmacy Dean

Administration

Health Education England, Leeds

An opportunity has arisen for appointment to the role of Regional Head of Pharmacy/Pharmacy Dean within the North East and Yorkshire School of Pharmacy and Medicines Optimisation.The Regional Head of Pharmacy/Pharmacy Dean is a senior leadership role and provides management and oversight of the ...

Salary:
£79592.00 a year per annum
Posted:
16/11/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
30/11/2022
Staff Group:
Administrative & Clerical
Job Ref:
984-N-NEY-1-19131
Distance:
0.4 miles

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Administration

Health Education England, National

We are looking for a Public & Parliamentary Accountability Support Officer to join our team.This is a challenging and highly rewarding post that involves working across the organisation and engaging with multiple teams, to maintain Health Education England's reputation for openness and ...

Salary:
£27055.00 a year per annum (exclusive of HCAS)
Posted:
21/11/2022
Job Type:
Fixed term

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Programme Support Coordinator

Administration

Health Education England, Leeds

Are you seeking a new challenge? Do you have a passion for leading teams and supporting exciting and impactful workstreams? If so, read on.Health Education England (HEE) exists to support the delivery of excellent healthcare and health improvement to the patients and public of England by ensuring ...

Salary:
£33706.00 a year per annum
Posted:
23/11/2022
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
07/12/2022
Staff Group:
Administrative & Clerical
Job Ref:
984-N-NEY-1-19272-A
Distance:
0.4 miles

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GP Training Programme Director

Education

Health Education England, Leeds

General Practice Specialist TPD for Social Accountability & Curriculum Development2 session role availableThis is an exciting opportunity to take part in the development of Postgraduate General Practice and Primary Care Education throughout the region of HEEYH. The postholder will work with the ...

Salary:
£97487.00 a year pro rata
Posted:
25/11/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
07/12/2022
Staff Group:
Medical & Dental
Job Ref:
984-N-NEY-3B-19285-A
Distance:
0.4 miles
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Advanced Practice Training Programme Director

Administration

Health Education England, Leeds

Advanced practitioners (APs) enhance capacity and capability within multi-professional teams by supporting existing and more established roles. They help to improve clinical continuity, provide more patient-focused care, enhance the multi-professional team and help to provide safe, accessible and ...

Salary:
£56164.00 a year pro rata
Posted:
25/11/2022
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
09/12/2022
Staff Group:
Administrative & Clerical
Job Ref:
984-N-NEY-1-20009
Distance:
0.4 miles

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Associate Lecturer (North of England)

Administration

Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, Leeds

Associate Lecturer Psychodynamic Psychotherapy TrainingBased in Leeds8a 2 sessions/7.5 hours per weekThe Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust would like to appoint a BPC registered Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist to the post of Associate Lecturer for our Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Training....

Salary:
£48526.00 to £54619.00 a year pa inc HCAS
Posted:
16/11/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
27/11/2022
Staff Group:
Allied Health Professionals
Job Ref:
260-TP-171
Distance:
0.4 miles

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Bank Healthcare Assistant Pre-assessment

General Medicine

Nuffield Health, Leeds

Bank Healthcare Assistant - Pre-Assessment Our Pre-assessment department currently have an opportunity for a HCA to join our Leeds hospital . Continue your journey with us whilst we'll support you to be your best.

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Deputy pharmacy manager

General Medicine

Nuffield Health, Leeds

Deputy Pharmacy Manager / Full TimeNuffield Health Leeds HospitalCompetitive salary, depending on experienceBuild a brighter future while you're helping us build a healthier nation. At Nuffield Health, our approach is to fully integrate medicines into a personalised pathway of patient care. ...

Salary:
£40000.00 to £45000.00 a year
Posted:
16/11/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
07/12/2022
Staff Group:
Additional Clinical Services
Job Ref:
J219-R0054483
Distance:
0.4 miles
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ICU Bank Staff Nurse

General Medicine

Nuffield Health, Leeds

CU Bank Staff NurseLeeds | CCU | Bank | Includes weekend workJoin us as an Staff Nurse in our Leeds Hospital and play your part in building a healthier nation.Nuffield Health Leeds HospitalNuffield Health Leeds Hospital is proud to have received an "Outstanding" rating from the health care ...

Salary:
£15.00 to £22.00 an hour
Posted:
08/11/2022
Job Type:
Bank
Closing Date:
31/12/2022
Staff Group:
Medical & Dental
Job Ref:
J219-R0053391
Distance:
0.4 miles

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Senior Physiotherapist - Pelvic Health

Physiotherapy

Nuffield Health, Leeds

Senior Physiotherapist | Leeds Hospital | Permanent | Full Time40 hours per week £33,000 to £38,500 per annum depending on

Salary:
£33000.00 to £38500.00 a year
Posted:
10/11/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
08/12/2022
Staff Group:
Medical & Dental
Job Ref:
J219-JR0056993
Distance:
0.4 miles

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Theatre Practitioner

General Medicine

Nuffield Health, Leeds

Theatre PractitionerAs the UK's largest Healthcare Charity, we offer a fantastic home for your career. And we'll give you the freedom to work autonomously, making full use of your expertise.

Salary:
£25000.00 to £32000.00 a year
Posted:
18/11/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
16/12/2022
Staff Group:
Medical & Dental
Job Ref:
J219-R0055513
Distance:
0.4 miles

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Senior Staff Nurse - Pre-assessment (RGN)

General Medicine

Nuffield Health, Leeds

The RoleWhether you join us from the NHS or a private setting, we will give you the greatest opportunities to fulfil your passion for nursing and grow your career. You will have the chance to inspire others to deliver the highest standards of patient care. As a Senior Staff Nurse you will;Lead ...

Salary:
£20000.00 to £22800.00 a year
Posted:
16/11/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
07/12/2022
Staff Group:
Medical & Dental
Job Ref:
J219-JR0056701
Distance:
0.4 miles
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FAQs

What is a Band 7 job? ›

Band 7 nursing roles include Ward Managers, Emergency Nurse Practitioners and clinical specialists. Band 7 roles start at £41,659 and rise to £47,672 for anyone with more than 5 years of experience.

How are NHS Jobs scored? ›

The scoring of applications, if required by your organisation, is supported by a score card beside each application form. NHS Jobs provides a standard default score card which can be used with any vacancy, or your organisation can add a number of local score-cards for use in reviewing.

How many vacancies are there in the NHS? ›

show a vacancy rate of 10.0% as at 31 March 2022 within the Registered Nursing staff group (38,972 vacancies). This is a slight increase from the same period the previous year when the vacancy rate was 9.2% (34,678 vacancies).

Is it hard to get a NHS job? ›

To find a job in the NHS is not as difficult as you may think, but it's a valid concern. What with the increased amount of doctors applying for exams such as PLAB every year, you can only sit and wonder how long it will be before everything becomes saturated.

What jobs are in NHS shortage? ›

The latest NHS Digital vacancy statistics show 132,139 vacancies across England at 30 June 2022. For the Registered Nursing staff group alone there was a vacancy rate of 11.8% or 46,828 vacancies. This is an increase from March 2022 when the vacancy rate was 10.3% (38,814 vacancies).

How do I move up my NHS band? ›

Bands 8 and band 9 will have two step points taking a minimum of five years to progress from the entry step point to the top of the band. For band 8C, 8D and band 9, the top step point will have a 5 to 10 per cent of their basic salary annually re-earnable, subject to meeting performance requirements.

Is a band 7 nurse a sister? ›

Band 7 – Advanced Nurse / Nurse Practitioner

Often, nurses at this band are also known as 'Senior Sisters'. Within this level, the job responsibilities are a significant jump from Band 6.

How does NHS pay scale work? ›

The system works by allocating a point score to each role within the NHS, which then determines the basic rate of salary for that role, including nurse pay scales. The pay scales apply to over one million people working for the NHS, working to harmonise pay scales and career progression.

How are NHS applications shortlisted? ›

At the shortlisting meeting all panel members will discuss their recommendations to agree a final shortlist. In selecting the best people for interview, the panel must ensure that the shortlisted applicants demonstrate the essential experience identified in the information pack.

How long do NHS take to offer job? ›

The time frame will depend on obtaining full and correct information from you. We aim to complete applications within 25 working days from the day of your successful interview providing we have full engagement from you during the process. Once you have submitted your application online, it is subject to screening.

Do you always start at the bottom of a payscale NHS? ›

Generally, there would be no obligation to pay new starters with previous NHS service higher than the bottom of the pay band, unless the employer's policy explicitly states this must be taken into account. Staff without previous NHS employment would normally be appointed to receive the minimum of the pay band.

How long do NHS jobs take to shortlist? ›

Recruitment process
EventTimescale
Advertisement appears on NHS Jobs Candidate submits an application form Closing dateApproximately 1–2 weeks
Managers view the applications submitted online and shortlistApproximately 1–3 weeks
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What is the most common job in the NHS? ›

Top 20 Most Popular NHS Jobs & Vacancies
  • Nursing Assistant.
  • Specialist Registrar.
  • Brain Surgeon.
  • Clerical Officer.
  • Medical Secretary.
  • Consultant Surgeon.
  • Project Manager.
  • Donor Carer.
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Are the NHS still recruiting? ›

We are the NHS. We are recruiting. We are jobs.

Do NHS jobs tell you if unsuccessful? ›

An email is sent to an applicant, confirming an employer has rejected a job offer on behalf of an applicant. A notification is sent to an applicant, confirming they haven't received a job offer. An email is sent to a referee for a reference. An email is sent to a referee for a reference.

What is the average NHS salary? ›

How much does NHS in the United Kingdom pay? The average NHS salary ranges from approximately £14,958 per year for Clerical Worker to £84,918 per year for Consultant. Average NHS hourly pay ranges from approximately £7.85 per hour for Domestic Assistant to £39.70 per hour for Respiratory Care Practitioner.

How do NHS contact you after interview? ›

Successful Candidates: If you shortlisted for a vacancy we will notify you by email that you have been successful for an interview. The email will include details of the interview such as the location, timings and any additional requirements such as assessments that form part of the selection process.

Which unskilled jobs are in demand in UK? ›

Unskilled jobs in England
  • Skilled and Unskilled Production Operatives. new. ...
  • Warehouse Operative - Goods In. ...
  • Unskilled Labourer. ...
  • Unskilled Butcher £10.50 rising to £18. ...
  • Trainee Manufacturing Operative. ...
  • Production Operatives. ...
  • Production Operative. ...
  • Chicken & Turkey Packers - £22k rising to £42k.

What is the most in demand healthcare jobs UK? ›

These competitive health care jobs are demanding, with expectations of a high level of clinical expertise and long hours.
...
Here are some of the highest paying medical roles:
  1. Medical director. ...
  2. Neurosurgeon. ...
  3. Anaesthetist. ...
  4. Plastic surgeon. ...
  5. Psychiatrist. ...
  6. Cardiologist. ...
  7. Director of nursing. ...
  8. Clinical director.

Can I work in a hospital without degree UK? ›

Hospitals are complex organisations that recruit professionals both with degrees and without degrees to keep them running smoothly.

Can you ask for a pay rise in the NHS? ›

Workers in the UK are not legally entitled to a pay rise each year, even an incremental rise in line with inflation. Instead, it's up to employers to choose whether – and when – to increase staff pay.

Do you have to start at the bottom of the band NHS? ›

NHSBT expects that starting salaries for new employees, with no previous NHS experience, should be at the minimum of the AfC payband. In exceptional circumstances, where there is sound evidence, it is possible to offer a salary above the band minimum.

How much notice does a band 4 have to give NHS? ›

One month

What band is a normal nurse? ›

All qualified nurses start at Band 5.

What band is a doctor NHS? ›

The Complete Guide To NHS Pay For Doctors
BandAverage Amount & Nature of Hoursx Basic Pay
3>56 hours/week or not achieving the required rest2.0
2A48 - 56 hours/week, most antisocially1.8
2B48 - 56 hours/week, least antisocially1.5
1A40 - 48 hours/week, most antisocially1.5
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What's the highest band for a nurse? ›

​Outlining the NHS Nurse Grades and Bands
  • ​• Band 1 - Nursery Assistant. ...
  • Band 2 - Healthcare Assistant. ...
  • Band 3 - Emergency Care Assistant. ...
  • Band 4 - Theatre Support Worker. ...
  • Band 5 – Newly Qualified Nurse. ...
  • Band 6 – Nursing specialist or Senior Nurse. ...
  • Band 7 – Advanced Nurse / Nurse Practitioner.

Is NHS sick pay full pay? ›

As an NHS employee here you are entitled to occupational sick pay. You may be entitled to up to six months at full pay and six months at half pay, depending on your length of service. Entitlements to occupational sick pay are set out in section 14 of the Agenda for Change handbook.

Can I negotiate my NHS salary? ›

There is always room for negotiation. That why the whole range would have been advertised (check back at paperwork?). Obviously they'd prefer to appoint at as lower down as possible, so it will depend on how much they want you.

Do NHS employees get holiday pay? ›

The NHS terms and conditions of service handbook states that when you take annual leave you should be paid as if you are at work. Following a recent Court of Appeal decision, NHS employers have agreed that the calculation of pay during annual leave should include regularly worked overtime.

How many applicants usually get shortlisted? ›

The shortlist for an interview usually includes 10 to 20 candidates, but this can vary depending on the type of position you are hiring for. Companies with more resources may have much larger shortlists because they can afford to spend more time interviewing people in-person.

How long after shortlisting do you hear? ›

Generally, candidates won't hear anything until 1-2 weeks after the closing date. This is to ensure the manager gets the best opportunity to capture the most amount of talent. Some positions are open for a month or longer.

What percentage of applicants get into National Honor Society? ›

Students must be sophomores or juniors, have at least a 3.4 GPA and be enrolled in higher level classes to qualify for NHS. About 20 percent of sophomores and juniors receive letters to apply; 30 to 40 percent of applicants are admitted each year, she said.

Can the NHS retract a job offer? ›

Once someone has accepted an 'unconditional' job offer, they're in a legally binding contract of employment. However, a 'conditional' job offer can be withdrawn if the person doesn't meet the employer's conditions (eg satisfactory references and health record).

What are the signs that you will be hired after an interview? ›

16 Signs You Will Get the Job After an Interview
  • The conversation turns casual.
  • The interview runs long.
  • The interviewer shows positive nonverbal actions.
  • They introduce you to other team members.
  • They indicate they're impressed.
  • They ask about your availability.
  • The interviewer discusses perks.
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How long does it take NHS to check references? ›

The CRB aims to process 90% of Standard checks in 10 days and 90% of Enhanced checks in 4 weeks (see below for an explanation of Standard and Enhanced disclosures). Sometimes checks can take longer if you have multiple addresses which need to be checked, in particular if these are in different areas of the country.

Do NHS pay more at weekends? ›

Unsocial hours payments are additions to basic pay.
...
Share.
Pay bandAll time on Saturday (midnight to midnight) and any week day after 8 pm and before 6 amAll time on Sundays and Public Holidays (midnight to midnight)
4 – 9Time plus 30%Time plus 60%
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What day of the month do NHS staff get paid? ›

Views: You should be paid on the 1st of the month unless it is a bank holiday or weekend in which case it is brought forward to the nearest prior working day.

Do you get paid first month NHS? ›

New employees

On your first month of work in the Trust, depending on your start date, you may be paid on the supplementary pay day. This is usually one or two weeks later than the main pay day. After this, you will be paid on the normal pay day each month.

How many candidates are usually shortlisted for interview UK? ›

Only 2% of candidates who apply for a job are selected to attend a job interview. Employers will interview an average of 6 candidates for every job vacancy they advertise. The average job interview process consists of 2 interview stages. The average interview process in the UK takes 27.5 days to complete.

Why does the NHS take so long? ›

Longer waits are a symptom of more people needing treatment than the NHS has the capacity to deliver. This reflects a decade of much lower than average funding growth for the NHS and workforce shortages, coupled with growing and changing population health needs.

How long after job closing date should I hear back NHS? ›

You can track your application via the NHS Jobs website. Shortlisting usually takes place 3-4 days after the vacancy closing date, although there may be occasions due to operational reasons when it is later than this.

What are the negatives of working for the NHS? ›

What are the Negatives of Working for the NHS?
  • Occasional long or unsociable hours.
  • A high level of accountability.
  • Flexibility – it is sometimes necessary to move around to take up jobs in different areas of the country.

Is 34.5 hours full-time NHS? ›

Working hours

The standard hours of all full-time NHS staff are 37.5 per week, excluding meal breaks (unless it's a business lunch).

Is working for the NHS hard? ›

It's no secret that the NHS is a fast-paced working environment. Nurses and other healthcare professionals are constantly on the go, helping patients and ensuring that they receive the best possible care. However, this can be both challenging and rewarding work, and it's definitely not for everyone.

Why is NHS recruitment so slow? ›

As a result of the Covid-19 crisis, the shortage of clinical staff in the NHS is worsening every day, and something needs to be done - and fast - to speed up the recruitment process.

How many vacancies are there in the NHS 2022? ›

show a vacancy rate of 10.0% as at 31 March 2022 within the Registered Nursing staff group (38,972 vacancies).

How long do NHS job applications take to process? ›

The entire application process can take anywhere between three to 12 months or longer depending on the role you've chosen.

What qualifications do you need to work in the NHS? ›

  • With moderate to high grade GCSEs and/or work experience. You can join the NHS administrative level and work your way up to management, supported by in-house and external training schemes. ...
  • With A levels/equivalent. ...
  • As a graduate. ...
  • If you already have management experience.

Can I join NHS professionals with no experience? ›

To become a full member of the NHSP Bank, you must complete a full registration, which you can start online today. We screen your application to ensure you meet the basic membership criteria; e.g. you must have gained six months experience in the UK, within the last two years.

Do the NHS use recruitment agencies? ›

There are a handful of ways that you can apply for NHS positions. The two most popular and successful ways are to apply through an agency or via the NHS jobs website.

Do NHS staff get paid breaks? ›

Within NHS Grampian this break is unpaid and is generally for a minimum of 30 minutes. Courtesy “tea breaks” may also be given in addition at manager's discretion.

How long does NHS recruitment take? ›

The time frame will depend on obtaining full and correct information from you. We aim to complete applications within 25 working days from the day of your successful interview providing we have full engagement from you during the process. Once you have submitted your application online, it is subject to screening.

Do NHS Professionals pay weekly? ›

Any pay will be paid directly into your bank account. NHSP operates a weekly payroll. You will need to complete an online Timesheet for any shifts worked, which will need to be authorised and released by 23:59 on Sundays in order to be paid that Friday. Payslips will be available on My:Bank.

What is the difference between NHS and NHS Professionals? ›

NHS Professionals is run by the NHS, for the NHS

We are not an agency. We are the leading provider of flexible workforce services to the NHS with more than130,000 healthcare professionals registered with our bank, across more than 50 NHS Trusts.

Does NHS jobs tell you if you have not been shortlisted? ›

We will notify you of whether or not you have been shortlisted for interview via your NHS Jobs account. Invite to Interview: If you are selected for interview we will contact you via your NHS Jobs account normally one week prior to the interview date.

How long do applications stay on NHS jobs? ›

Job applications and adverts are retained on NHS Jobs for up to 460 days after the closing date, depending on the relevant advert's or recruitment's closing date, and then deleted.

What is the 18 week pathway NHS? ›

The maximum waiting time for non-urgent, consultant-led treatments is 18 weeks from the day your appointment is booked through the NHS e-Referral Service, or when the hospital or service receives your referral letter. However, your right to an 18-week waiting time does not apply if: you choose to wait longer.

Does the NHS do background checks? ›

Depending on the role, employers may be required to check whether you have a criminal record. These roles will be subject to a satisfactory disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (known as a DBS check).

Who is the biggest recruitment agency in the UK? ›

The Adecco Group

Are NHS job applications anonymous? ›

Applicant details are anonymous until shortlisting is complete, however Super Users can access the name and contact details of applicants once an application has been submitted. More information about scoring applications is available on the NHSBSA website.

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