How to apply for an NHS healthcare job
Applying for healthcare jobs can be daunting sometimes and we know you may be wondering where to start. The first thing you need to do is create a good CV that details your work experience, skills and qualifications.
Once you have this you are ready to start searching for NHS bank jobs. Aside from using the search function here on Bank Partners to find the best healthcare bank jobs, you may also like to explore other job boards that also feature our roles including NHS Jobs, Indeed, Glassdoor, Jooble, Jobrapido, or SimplyHired to name a few.
Every job board will have its own search functions to allow you to narrow what you are looking for to the most interesting and relevant roles. Filters available here on Bank Partners include Trust, Role Type, Sector and Location.
Trust – If you have already visited the “Our Trusts” page and narrowed it down to a specific one that is either local to you or suits your requirements, you might like to use this option.
Role Type – Although most of the roles we recruit for are temporary or flexible positions, we do support out partner Trusts to recruit for permanent roles when required. If you are looking for a permanent position, select this option.
Sector – If you are not concerned about which Trust you work at but would like to see all the jobs available across our Trusts for a specific role you may like to use this filter. Once you have selected a general filter such as nursing, you will then open a variety of sub sectors to allow you to really specify your interest.
Location – If you are not sure on specific roles or are qualified in multiple and don’t want to exclude anything then you may like to use this filter to specify the area you are looking in.
You can use any one or a combination of multiple filters to allow you to find your perfect role.
So how do you apply when you’ve found a role you are interested in?
Our application process here at Bank Partners is designed to make everything as smooth as possible. If you scroll to the bottom of the advert you will see a form asking for the following information.
- Email address
- Contact number
- Date of birth
This will often be followed by a series of qualifying questions which are set based on the NHS Trusts job requirements for that role.
Once you have filled out all that information and submitted your application this will automatically be sent to our recruitment team to process. Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications we receive our teams will not be able to respond to everyone individually.
If they are interested in progressing your application, then someone will get in touch directly to create your worker profile. They may ask for things like proof of right to work, qualifications, DBS check and more depending on the role.
Our teams are here to help you so if you have any questions on concerns that are not answered here, please feel free to get in touch via our Contact Us page.