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Barts Bank – Paediatrics SHO


Barts Bank are recruiting for SHO and SPR doctors across all sites. Join our team!

We are seeking experienced SHO doctors to join the Barts Health Staff Bank to work in our paediatric departments across our Barts Health sites.

Barts is the largest NHS Trust in the UK, the trust boasts three emergency departments located at The Royal London, Newham and Whipps Cross Hospitals. To become a successful member of our bank you will have the opportunity to learn and work in a diverse and stimulating environment and enjoy the support of hard working teams, who put patients at the heart of all we do.

In return for your hard work, the benefits of becoming a successful member of the bank team are:

  • Competitive pay rates
  • Annual leave accruals
  • Ability to self-book shifts
  • Weekly payroll services
  • Shift flexibility
  • FREE training in the core skill areas (Health & Safety, Child Protection Level 3, SOVA, Manual Handling, Basic Life Support and Paeds Basic Life Support)
  • A dedicated and professional Recruitment, Compliance and Bookings team to support you.

Please apply directly to this advertisement, with full and correct contact details. A member of the Recruitment Team will contact you shortly to discuss the role in more detail and to guide you through registration.

You will need at least 6 months recent NHS employment experience to be considered for registration and an up to date CV.


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Bank Partners is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

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