Permanent Jobs & Recruitment in the UK
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As one of the UK’s leading recruitment agencies, we’re proud to supply healthcare professionals into permanent jobs here and around the world. If you’re a candidate looking to further your career or an employer aiming to fill a vacancy, you can rely on our permanent division to offer a wide range of permanent jobs within the NHS, private sector and internationally.
Our team specialise in the supply of permanent healthcare job roles across all divisions for AHP, HSS, nursing, doctors and non-medical professionals. With positions available in more than 30 specialities including nursing, general practice and theatre practitioners, you’re bound to find permanent jobs in healthcare suited to your qualifications and experience.
Healthcare professionals applying for a permanent job within the NHS will fall into a pay band determined by the job role - the higher the band, the higher the salary but typically, the more senior positions will be occupied by consultants, GPs or directors. Unlike with NHS positions, private healthcare salaries tend to be more varied as they are not constrained by pay bands.
A drive for excellent patient care is at the centre of Your World’s unrivalled service and employment process. Our permanent staff are expected to possess a caring, empathetic nature with the ability to relate to people of all backgrounds. While the qualifications required for permanent roles will vary, a university degree is preferred for most.
Your World provides prospective candidates and clients with a wealth of knowledge and experience when supplying to permanent jobs in healthcare. We’re by your side every step of the way.
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