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Recruitment 2019

Please follow the links below for the latest information on recruitment across Foundation, General Practice, Core and Speciality Training.

 

 

National Recruitment hosted by Health Education England - Wessex

Follow the links below for the latest information on recruitment for the specialties which are nationally led by Health Education England - Wessex:

 


 

 

Interview Expenses

Interviewing consultants and applicants are able to claim back for expenses incurred during attendance at interviews. Please see below guidance and how to make a claim. Please ensure that you fully adhere to the policy and guidance in all aspects. Incorrectly submitted forms will not be reimbursed.

Selenity (All interview expenses via this route from 01 January 2019)

 

Oriel

Oriel is the new portal and recruitment solution that has been developed with specialty training stakeholder groups across the UK.

Since September 2014, Oriel has been used by all applicants for specialty training recruitment across all medical, dental, academic and public health specialties. With the introduction of Oriel, applicants will be able to register for specialty training, view vacancies, apply, book interviews and assessment centres and manage offers all within the one location.

 

Information for applicants from the EU

You will be aware that the UK is in the process of leaving the European Union.  This means freedom of movement will be affected.  However, the NHS will continue to welcome and value staff and trainees from Europe as it does the whole world. 

From 30 March 2019 the UK will have left the European Union. If an agreement is reached with the EU, then EU citizens and their family members will be able to move to the UK until 2021 on the same basis as you could do today, with the same rights to work and study freely, as you currently do. For EU citizens who already live in the UK, you are eligible to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.  All EU citizens who have lived in the UK for more than five years continuously will be eligible for ‘settled status’ (equivalent to indefinite leave to remain).  If you have lived in the UK for less than five years you will be eligible for ‘pre-settled status’ and can upgrade this to ‘settled status’ when you have been here for five years.  As the Prime Minister announced on 21 January, this process will be free to all from 30 March 2019. Any payment made for an application before this date will be refunded. More information on the settlement scheme can be found here.

In the event that an agreement is not reached, there will be a transition period once free movement ends and before the UK’s new immigration system begins in 2021. During this transition period, newly arriving EU citizens will still be able to enter the UK as they do now for an initial stay of up to three months and will be able to visit, work or study without applying for a visa, but they will not be eligible to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.  If you want to stay in the UK for longer than three months, you can apply from within the UK for ‘European Temporary Leave to Remain’, which will be granted for a further 36 months, subject to identity, criminality and security checks.

More information will be available soon on the process to register and how the UK’s Future Immigration System will work.  To keep up to date, please regularly visit here.

 

Code Of Practice Information

In the event that HEE is classified as an Employment Agency for the purposes of the Employment Agencies Act 1973 ("the Act") and associated regulations, the following terms and conditions will apply to the provision of services by HEE in connection with the recruitment of junior doctors and dentists to training programmes.

1. The services provided include a work-finding service for which the Act prohibits HEE from charging a fee.

2. The services provided by HEE will be provided without any charge to either junior doctors/dentists or the NHS employers that engage them.

3. If it is determined that the Act applies to HEE, HEE will operate as an employment agency in providing the services.

4. HEE is authorised to act for NHS employers that are offering training posts as part of the junior doctor/dentist training programme and is not authorised to enter into contracts with junior doctors/dentists on behalf of those employers.

 

By proceeding with the application process and/or accepting information from HEE about applicants for places on the training programmes applicants are deemed to accept these terms and conditions.

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