All of our suitable vacancies are advertised on NHS Jobs on www.jobs.nhs.uk
Applications are made by completing an online application form. There are three very important areas that you should pay special attention to:
- A full employment / training history from when you left school, covering and explaining any gaps you may have
- Full reference details, including email addresses, covering the last 3 years
- In the personal statement please make sure you demonstrate how you meet all the essential criteria outlined in the personal specification
For further information on completing your application go to www.jobs.nhs.uk/advice/intro.html
Vacancies can sometimes close early due to high-levels of interest, so it is recommended that you submit your application early.
We are an equal opportunities employer and aim to recruit the best person for the job. As part of the government’s Two Ticks Scheme, we offer disabled candidates a guaranteed interview if they meet the minimum criteria for the job. If you are disabled, please tick the appropriate box on the job application form and tell us about any reasonable adjustments we might need to make at interview.
If you are shortlisted for interview it is important that you prepare for the interview, as well as bringing the documentation that is required to prove your identity, eligibility to work, professional registration and qualifications. Full details will be sent to you on confirmation of interview.
If you are successful then you will be conditionally offered a position whilst the recruitment team undertakes your employment checks. These checks will cover:
- Identity checks
- Right to work checks
- Professional registration and qualification checks
- Employment history and reference checks
- Criminal record and barring checks
- Work health assessments
The recruitment team will go through these checks with you and when they are successfully completed we can then send you your final offer.