Frequently Asked Questions

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Question

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How do I apply for a position?

2.

What happens after I apply?

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How does the selection process work?

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If I am unsuccessful, what happens to my CV

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What documentation do I need to support my application? 

6.

How will you contact me? 

7.

Can you help with my immigration requirements? 

8.

Can you help with my registration? 

9.

Can you help with my Medical Indemnity insurance?

 

 

1.  How do I apply for a position?

When applying for a position, firstly you will need to complete an official application form. You can do this by visiting our vacancies here, and then clicking ‘apply’. You can also download a copy of the application form here.

If applying online, you will need to attach your CV to the online form. You can also attach a cover letter and any other relevant supporting documentation if you wish. Once you have completed the online form and attached your documents, click ‘apply for this position’. All the information will then be emailed to the relevant Recruitment Officer.

If you choose to download an application form, once completed, this can be emailed or posted to the relevant Recruitment Officer, along with your supporting documentation.

Please do not supply original documents with your application.

Click here to find the relevant Recruitment Officer for the position you wish to apply for.

 

2. What happens after I apply?

Once you have submitted your application, the Recruitment Officer will acknowledge receipt of your application within 48 hours (excluding weekends and public holidays). If you have not received confirmation, please contact the relevant Recruitment Officer. Once the position has closed, your application will be forwarded to the hiring manager to review.

Click here to find the relevant Recruitment Officer.      

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3. How does the selection process work?

After the closing date of the position, the interview panel will shortlist all applications. Shortlisted candidates will be notified of interview times and unsuccessful applicants will be notified. Interviews are then conducted and a final decision is made.

 

4. If I am unsuccessful, what happens to my CV?

Your application form and supporting documents will be kept by the Recruitment Team for 12 months.

Please Note: Please do not submit original documents with your application, but bring these to your interview.

 

5. What documentation do I need to support my application?

The best thing to support your application is a curriculum vitae (CV). If you wish you can also supply a cover letter.

It is also advisable to provide a copy of a current practising certificate.

 

6. How will you contact me?

If you have supplied an email address, this will be used to let you know when we have successfully received your application. If you do not have an email address, we will post a letter to you confirming receipt of your application.

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7. Can you help with my immigration requirements?

Please contact the relevant Recruitment Officer to discuss your immigration requirements.

Click here to find the relevant Recruitment Officer.

 

8. Can you help with my registration?

For RMO and SMO registration, please contact the relevant Recruitment Officer to discuss registration requirements.

For all other registrations enquires, please click here to visit our useful links page where you can find the relevant registration board details you require.

Click here to find the relevant Recruitment Officer.

 

9. Can you help with my Medical Indemnity insurance?

For RMO and SMO insurance, we can provide you with the necessary contact details for you Medical Indemnity insurance.

Click here to find the relevant Recruitment Officer.

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