NHS Jobs - Search Results (2023)

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Clinical Scientist Trainee

Blood Transfusion

NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT), London

We have an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Scientist Trainee to join our Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics (H&I) Laboratory. Our laboratory delivers diagnostic and therapeutic services relating to the transfusion of blood and stem cells, transplantation and tissue banking.You'll join our ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year
Posted:
11/01/2023
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
29/01/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
918-001084

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Trainee Clinical Scientist - Genomics

Genomics

Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW), Cardiff

NHS Wales - Trainee Clinical Scientist - GenomicsExciting opportunity to use your science degree for patient and public benefit.Earn a competitive salary and gain a masters degree through a 3 year, full-time, nationally recognised training programme: Scientist Training Programme (STP).Starting ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year per annum
Posted:
20/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
06/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
082-STP003-0123

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Trainee Clinical Scientist - Audiology

Audiological Science

Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW), Various across Wales

NHS Wales - Trainee Clinical Scientists - AudiologyExciting opportunities to use your science degree for patient and public benefitEarn a competitive salary and gain a Masters degree through a 3 year, full-time, nationally recognised training programmeStarting salary will be on the first point of ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year per annum
Posted:
21/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
06/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
082-STP012-0123

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Trainee Clinical Scientist - Radiotherapy Physics

Radiotherapy Physics

Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW), Cardiff and Swansea

NHS Wales - Trainee Clinical Scientist (STP)Radiotherapy PhysicsExciting opportunities to use your science degree for patient and public benefitEarn a competitive salary through a 3 year, full-time, nationally recognised training programme (STP)Starting salary will be on the first point of Band ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year per annum
Posted:
20/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
06/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
082-STP001-0123
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Biomedical Scientist/Trainee Biomedical Scientist

Clinical Biochemistry

Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Cardiff

We are looking for well-motivated, enthusiastic HCPC registered BMS to join our team. For newly qualified BMS there is support for completion of the specialist portfolio. The successful candidate will be expected to work as required at any of the 3 laboratory sites. Following suitable training you ...

Salary:
£23949.00 to £32934.00 a year per annum
Posted:
19/01/2023
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
02/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
001-HS003-0123

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Trainee Pharmacy Assistant- HMP Oakwood

Pharmacy

Practice Plus Group, Featherstone

Have you thought about working within prison healthcare? Prisons are one of the most challenging, yet rewarding places for healthcare professionals to work - if youre looking for a role where you can develop your existing skills and learn something new every day in an environment that never stands ...

Salary:
£19000.00 to £20220.00 a year Up to �20,220- once course completed
Posted:
11/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
25/01/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
J143-5099_2

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Trainee Pharmacy Assistant- HMP Oakwood

Pharmacy

Practice Plus Group, Featherstone

Have you thought about working within prison healthcare? Prisons are one of the most challenging, yet rewarding places for healthcare professionals to work - if youre looking for a role where you can develop your existing skills and learn something new every day in an environment that never stands ...

Salary:
£19000.00 to £20220.00 a year Up to �20,220- once course completed
Posted:
11/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
25/01/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
J143-5099_3

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Trainee Clinical Scientist - Nuclear Medicine

Radiation Sciences

Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW), Rhyl and Cardiff

NHS Wales - Trainee Clinical Scientist Scientist Training Programme (STP) Medical Physics - Nuclear Medicine Exciting opportunity to use your science degree for patient and public benefit Earn a competitive salary and gain a Masters degree through a 3 year, full-time, nationally recognised ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year per annum
Posted:
21/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
06/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
082-STP014-0123
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Trainee Clinical Scientist - Cancer Genomics

Genomics

Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW), Cardiff

NHS Wales - Trainee Clinical Scientist - Cancer GenomicsExciting opportunity to use your science degree for patient and public benefit.Earn a competitive salary and gain a masters degree through a 3 year, full-time, nationally recognised training programme: Scientist Training Programme (STP)....

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year per annum
Posted:
20/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
06/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
082-STP004-0123

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Bank Trainee Healthcare Assistant (Ward)

Bank

Practice Plus Group, Shepton Mallet

We are currently looking for a Bank Trainee Healthcare Assistant in our Shepton Mallet Hospital.� Health Care Assistants at Practice Plus Group come from all walks of life. Many have no, or minimal, experience, but are keen to explore a career in care, while many already have invaluable experience.�...

Salary:
£9.50 an hour �9.50
Posted:
18/01/2023
Job Type:
Bank
Closing Date:
01/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
J143-3842_1

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Trainee Clinical Scientist - Pharmaceutical Science

Clinical Biochemistry

Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW), Cardiff & Swansea

NHS Wales - Trainee Clinical Scientist - Pharmaceutical ScienceExciting opportunities to use your science degree for patient and public benefitEarn a competitive salary and gain a masters degree through a 3-year, full-time, nationally recognised training programmeStarting salary will be on the ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year pa
Posted:
20/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
06/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
082-STP008-0123

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Trainee Clinical Scientist - Clinical Scientific Computing

Clinical support

Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW), Bynea

NHS Wales - Trainee Clinical Scientist in Clinical Scientific Computing (Physical Sciences) Exciting opportunity to use your science degree for patient and public benefit. Earn a competitive salary and gain a Master's degree through a 3 year, full-time, nationally recognised training programme. ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year per annum
Posted:
21/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
06/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
082-STP013-0123
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Trainee Clinical Scientist - Nuclear Medicine Route 2

Nuclear Medicine

Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW), Swansea

NHS Wales - Trainee Clinical Scientist (Route 2) Nuclear Medicine Physics Exciting opportunities to use your science degree for patient and public benefit Earn a competitive salary through a 3 year, full-time, nationally recognised training programme (IPEM Route 2) Starting salary will be on the ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year per annum
Posted:
21/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
06/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
082-STP016-0123

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Trainee Clinical Scientist - Respiratory and Sleep Science

Respiratory Medicine

Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW), Various across Wales

NHS Wales - Trainee Clinical Scientists (Respiratory and Sleep Science) Exciting opportunities to use your science degree for patient and public benefit Earn a competitive salary and gain a master's degree through a 3 year, full-time, nationally recognised training programme Starting salary will be ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year per annum
Posted:
20/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
06/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
082-STP006-0123

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Biomedical Scientist / Trainee Haematology/Blood transfusion (Band 5)

Haematology

Airedale NHS Foundation Trust, Steeton

Applications are invited for a full time HCPC-registered Biomedical Scientist in Haematology and Blood transfusion. Candidates with an IBMS approved Biomedical Science degree or individuals working towards the IBMS registration portfolio may be considered for a trainee position providing they can ...

Salary:
£27055.00 to £32934.00 a year +OOH shift allow of approx. £8,000 pa dependant on commitment
Posted:
17/01/2023
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
13/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
423-4357596-B

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Trainee Clinical Scientist Imaging Non-ionising Radiation

Radiation Sciences

Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW), Cardiff and Swansea

NHS Wales - Trainee Clinical Scientist (STP)Imaging with Non-ionising RadiationExciting opportunities to use your science degree for patient and public benefitEarn a competitive salary through a 3 year, full-time, nationally recognised training programme (STP)Starting salary will be on the ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year per annum
Posted:
21/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
06/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
082-STP011-0123
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Trainee Clinical Scientist Clinical Bioinformatics Genomics

Genomics

Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW), Cardiff

NHS Wales - Trainee Clinical Scientist in Clinical Bioinformatics - GenomicsExciting opportunity to use your science degree for patient and public benefit.Earn a competitive salary and gain a masters degree through a 3 year, full-time, nationally recognised training programme: Scientist Training ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year per annum
Posted:
20/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
06/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
082-STP010-0123

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Trainee Medicines Management Assistant

Pharmacy

York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, York

We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual interested in developing skills within hospital pharmacy services. You will gain experience in ward-based working, the pharmacy dispensary and pharmacy stores whilst working towards a Level 2 QCF in pharmacy services. Upon ...

Salary:
£20270.00 to £23177.00 a year per annum
Posted:
20/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
05/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
419-200123-TM-CG4-Y

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Trainee Clinical Scientist - Neurophysiology

Clinical Neurophysiology

Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW), Cardiff and Swansea

NHS Wales - Trainee Clinical Scientist - NeurophysiologyExciting opportunity to use your science degree for patient and public benefitEarn a competitive salary and gain a Masters degree through a 3 year, full-time, nationally recognised training programmeStarting salary will be on the first ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year per annum
Posted:
20/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
06/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
082-STP007-0123

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Trainee Clinical Scientist - Cardiac Science

Cardiology

Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW), Various across Wales

NHS Wales - Trainee Clinical Scientists(Cardiac Science)Exciting opportunities to use your science degree for patient and public benefitEarn a competitive salary and gain a master's degree through a 3 year, full-time, nationally recognised training programmeStarting salary will be on the first ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year per annum
Posted:
21/01/2023
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
06/02/2023
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
082-STP017-0123
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FAQs

Do NHS let you know if unsuccessful? ›

An email is sent to an applicant, confirming they have withdrawn an application. An email is sent to an applicant, confirming their application is being transferred to another job. An email is sent to an applicant, confirming they haven't been shortlisted and invited to an interview.

How to answer NHS application questions? ›

Be precise and truthful in your answer. If you have had experience, explain the NHS system that you have worked with and the procedures that you have followed. Talk about the 'out-of-hospital' care strategies that the NHS makes you offer and the awareness it gives people over their own health in patient care.

Is it hard getting a job in the NHS? ›

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.

How long does it take to get a reply from NHS jobs? ›

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.

How do you know if NHS interview went well? ›

11 Signs your interview went well
  • You were in the interview for longer than expected. ...
  • The interview felt conversational. ...
  • You are told what you would be doing in this role. ...
  • The interviewer seemed engaged. ...
  • You feel sold on the company and the role. ...
  • Your questions are answered in full.

Does NHS send rejection letters? ›

Once you've confirmed your shortlist, you'll be asked to send an email to unsuccessful applicants after shortlisting. You can also add an email address for applicant feedback. Only the 'Shortlisting lead' can move the job listing from the shortlisting to interview recruitment stage.

Can you get rejected from NHS? ›

Each year, National Honor Society (NHS) chapters undertake a process to select new members, and inevitably, some student candidates are not selected. For most NHS chapters, there is no formal appeals process required for nonselection, unless a local chapter decides to create one.

What percent of NHS applicants get accepted? ›

About 90 to 95 percent of applicants make the cut.

How do I look good on NHS application? ›

Maintain a high GPA (at least a 3.0, although your school's chapter may have higher standards). Participate in voluntary service opportunities. It's a good idea to keep a record of your volunteer hours, both for the NHS application and for future college applications.

Why do NHS jobs take so long? ›

It can take NHS recruiters weeks, sometimes months, to carry out all the necessary checks on applicants and complete the shortlisting staff of the hiring process.

Do NHS check references before interview? ›

Please note that references will not be used as part of the selection process at interview. References will only be requested with your consent, as indicated on your application form. We will check a minimum of two references covering a minimum of 3 years employment and or training.

How do I pass an NHS interview? ›

During the interview
  1. Make eye contact with all members of the interview panel. ...
  2. Smile! ...
  3. Be clear and concise in your responses.
  4. Structure your answers with 3 or 4 main points of examples from your own experience.
  5. Do not assume that the panel know the detail of what is in your application form or CV.

How many candidates are usually shortlisted for interview? ›

You may wonder how many candidates make it to the final interview, but the number usually varies depending on the company. On average, about two to four candidates make it to the final interview. For the final interview, employers usually invite individuals who performed well in previous interviews.

How long is the NHS waiting list now? ›

The latest figures for October 2022 show: a record high of almost 7.21 million people waiting for treatment. 2.91 million patients waiting over 18 weeks for treatment, a slight increase from last month.

Do NHS get back to you after interview? ›

Once your interview is over you should hear back from a member of the panel or recruitment team within a week.

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 do you know if you failed an interview? ›

6 Signs of a Bad Interview that Mean You Didn't Land the Job
  1. The interviewer seemed uninterested in you. ...
  2. The interview was suddenly cut short. ...
  3. There was absolutely zero chemistry. ...
  4. That killer question stumped you. ...
  5. The interviewer didn't tell you about the role. ...
  6. You failed to ask any questions.

What happens after a successful NHS interview? ›

Notification of Success at interview: If you have been successful at the interview stage the recruiting manager will tell you at the time of interview or will contact you at a later date.

Does NHS accept everyone? ›

Students are eligible to apply for NHS membership if they demonstrate academic achievement by achieving a 3.65 or higher. Grade point average will not be rounded to meet the minimum requirement.

Can you appeal NHS rejection? ›

According to NHS, there is no formal appeals process required for non-selection, unless a local chapter decides to create one. Additionally, the NHS national office does not hear appeals of selection decisions.

What appeals most in NHS? ›

The NHS Constitution is based around six core values that demonstrate the level of care and commitment that all NHS staff must adhere to.
  • Working together for patients.
  • Commitment to quality of care.
  • Respect and dignity.
  • Compassion.
  • Improving lives.
  • Everyone counts.
Jun 10, 2022

What is the acceptance rate for NHS? ›

The NHS had the largest drop in acceptance rate, admitting 209 applicants at a rate of 17 percent compared to last year's 19.7 percent.

What can get you kicked out of NHS? ›

If the member's GPA is not improved to a 3.45 the member will be dismissed from the National Honor Society. Members are also expected to complete service projects each semester.

Do you need a 4.0 to get into NHS? ›

NHS national policy requires that each chapter set a cumulative GPA as their Scholarship criteria. (The minimum Scholarship requirement a chapter may set is a cumulative GPA of 85, B, 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or equivalent cumulative standard of excellence.

How are NHS job applications scored? ›

Your application will be assessed against the person specification, taking into account the 'essential' and if necessary 'desirable' criteria for the role. Each application will be scored by the shortlisters and they will record your score in the Trac system. The top scoring applications will be invited to interview.

How impressive is NHS? ›

The NHS isn't the most exclusive club, but it is very well-respected and speaks to a student's academic success, community involvement, leadership skills, and overall high character. The more active role a student takes in the National Honor Society, the more benefits they'll reap from their involvement in it.

How do I make my NHS essay stand out? ›

Ace Your National Honor Society Essay with These Tips
  1. Understand the philosophy behind the essay. ...
  2. Then tell your personal story-in writing. ...
  3. Introduce yourself in a professional yet unique way. ...
  4. Talk in detail about your grants and scholarship achievements. ...
  5. Include your non-academic achievements and activities. ...
  6. Be sincere.
Dec 31, 2019

Do you hear back from NHS jobs? ›

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.

Will NHS contact me if I test positive? ›

If you get a positive PCR test result or report a positive LFD test result, NHS Test and Trace will contact you and ask you to share information about any close contacts you had just before or after you developed symptoms or, if you did not have symptoms, just before or after the date of your test.

Can you see results on NHS App? ›

Accessing your record. If you have access to your GP health record in your NHS account, you'll be able to see your summary record using the NHS App or the NHS website.

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 do I get shortlisted for NHS jobs? ›

To shortlist applications: Go to the applications list for the vacancy, select the 'Finalise shortlist ' link in the left navigation menu.

Does everyone get accepted into NHS? ›

Who is Eligible for the National Honor Society? United States high school students in grades 9-12 with a minimum GPA of 3.0 are eligible to apply for membership into the National Honor Society. To be admitted, students must show academic commitment, leadership experience, and good character.

Do I have to respond to NHS test and trace? ›

If you have been notified via NHS Test and Trace, it's important that you respond as soon as possible so that NHS Test and Trace can give appropriate advice to those who need it. You will be told to do this online via a secure website or you will be called by one of the contract tracers.

How long after contact with a positive person should I get tested? ›

If you have symptoms, test immediately. If you were exposed to COVID-19 and do not have symptoms, wait at least 5 full days after your exposure before testing. If you test too early, you may be more likely to get an inaccurate result.

What does C mean on a Covid test? ›

One coloured line should be in the control line region (C), and another coloured line should be in the test line region (T). Two lines, one next to C and one next to T, even faint lines, show the test is positive. If you test positive, you and your. household should self-isolate following.

Can NHS staff access their own records? ›

Staff wishing to access current or previous health records and results must do so either through the health professional providing their current care or by applying for access in accordance with the processes laid out in this policy.

What are NHS read codes? ›

Read Codes are a coded thesaurus of clinical terms. They have been used in the NHS since 1985. There are two versions: version 2 (v2) and version 3 (CTV3 or v3).

Does the NHS app share my data? ›

All data that is collected and shared is protected by strict rules around privacy, confidentiality and security. Information: We never sell patient data or share it with insurance or marketing companies. Find out more about how NHS Digital is looking after your data.

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