Frequently Asked Questions

Can I choose my own hours?
Yes! However, in choosing your own hours it is whether your hours are available and matches to our Client’s requirements.
What are the benefits of applying through you, rather than directly?
So many! Full flexibility, weekly pay, full support from our Team, personalised service, swift streamlined compliance process, etc.
How long does it usually take from applying to the first day of employment?
It depends how quick you provide us with the necessary documents. As you can see below, there is a lot due to governance and record keeping.
Will I receive feedback if I am unfortunately unsuccessful?
Absolutely, we want to see you succeed!
Where will I be located?
We provide jobs all over the UK so it really depends where you want to be located. We will try our best to get you in your ideal location.
How do I increase my chances of success?
You need to be committed, flexible, reliable, and most of all, you must be able to communicate clearly.
Do you help with the interviews and assessments?
Yes! However, we do not give the answers of course, but we steer you in the right direction. It is then up to you to do your own research. No need to worry, we can do mock interviews to build your confidence!
If I see a role I am interested in on your website, how do I apply for it?
Follow the link on our website and submit your CV – optional to include cover letter – but it is always a good idea.
If I see a role I am interested in, but I am not qualified for it, what should I do?
We can guide you on what I need to do to get the appropriate qualification, but that of course depends on the role.
Who is usually involved in the hiring process?
It is usually Client specific, however we are involved in the whole hiring process from the very start to onboarding, to continuous career development.

The Necessary Documents

For clinical roles: What do I have to provide during the application and recruitment process?

• Registration forms
• Up to date CV
• Valid passport (and RTW if overseas passport)
• Driving licence (provisional or full licence)
• Birth certificate
• 2 x Recent proof of address
• Proof of National Insurance (NI) number
• Current enhanced DBS
• 2 x Clinical referees from current and most recent posts
• Serology and immunisations report
• Indemnity
• Most recent appraisal documents
• Proof of Profession:
      • Statement of entry to the register
      • Qualification certificates
      • HCPC/NMC/GMC registration and pin number
      • Performers list registration letter and CCT certificate
• A passport style photo
• Mandatory training certificates

For non-clinical roles: What do I have to provide during the application and recruitment process?

• Registration forms
• Up to date CV
• Valid passport (and RTW if overseas passport)
• Driving licence (provisional or full licence)
• Birth certificate
• 2 x Recent proof of address
• Proof of National Insurance (NI) Number
• Current enhanced DBS
• 2 x Professional referees from current and most recent employers
• A passport style photo
• Mandatory training certificates