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Workplace Doctors cover two sectors for doctors: Occupational Health & Hospital Doctors . Workplace Doctors is recruiting experienced doctors for a number of permanent positions in NHS, HSE and independent hospitals throughout the UK & Republic of Ireland. There are fantastic opportunities to join friendly teams and work with some of the UK’s and HSE’s top professionals.

Whether you are an overseas doctor or based in the UK or Republic of Ireland- we are dedicated to finding you the perfect opportunity.

Requirements

UK Jobs

  • You must be GMC registered or in the process of gaining full registration if you wish to work in the UK.
  • You must have the right to work in the UK (EU passport, British Passport or a Valid Visa). Alternatively after selection our clients can arrange this for you.
  • You should be able to demonstrate evidence of continued professional development within your field.

Republic of Ireland Jobs

  • You must be IMC registered or in the process of gaining full registration.
  • You should be able to demonstrate evidence of continued professional development within your field.
  • Assistance will be provided for Work Permits & Visa.

With over 30 years’ industry experience working with hospital staff of all levels we pride ourselves on providing unique and bespoke opportunities. Whether you are looking for temporary or permanent positions to progress your career, we’re committed to helping you turn your ideas into reality and finding the right job in the right location.

Registration process

Registering with us is simple. One of our experienced recruiters will endeavour to understand your exact situation and requirements. Once we have established these prerequisites and have your core documents on file we will keep you informed with any suitable opportunities that arise. If you wish to proceed with any of the options we can guide you through the booking process, ensuring we secure you the best possible package available.

Discreet & Confidential

We understand that the medical sector is very intimate and complicated. Here at Workplace Doctors we appreciate this, so when we speak with our candidates- they can feel safe and rest assured in the knowledge that every conversation remains confidential. We do not call through to your workplace, submit CVs, or request references without your explicit consent. This is made easier by the fact that you will only ever have one point of contact for your requirements.

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GMC Registered Doctors

The United Kingdom is amongst one of the most revolutionary and progressive healthcare systems in the world. Whether you’re working for the National Health Service (NHS) or a private healthcare provider, you can be sure that you are part of a national workforce who not only provide first-class care, but who are making history each and every day.

The lifestyle in the United Kingdom offers a fantastic wealth of activities and opportunities not only in employment but also recreationally. Steeped in history, the UK offers the perfect mix of vibrant, modern cities and a wealth of countryside landscapes- from the snowy mountain ranges in Scotland and the rolling Oxford countryside to the sandy shores of the West Country.

Immigration

If you carry an EU passport, you are allowed to work anywhere in the UK. You will simply need your EU passport. No further visa is necessary.

Right of Abode

If you have parents or grandparents born in the United Kingdom, you will be able to obtain a right of abode or entry visa. This will allow you to work in the United Kingdom without sponsorship. These visas can be obtained from your local Visa Office or Consular Office. You will be required to provide the birth certificates for yourself and your parents/grandparents who were born in the UK. There is no fee for this visa.

Sponsorship

If you do not have entitlement or ancestry in the UK, you will need sponsorship in order to work. Once you have a confirmed position in the UK and have gained your registration, your sponsor employer will arrange your work through the Immigration and Nationality Directorate (IND). Some professions and indeed specialities within professions are deemed to be ‘shortage occupations’. If your profession falls outside this employers are still able to offer sponsorship under certain circumstances.

Medical Requirements

In order to secure a position in a hospital or clinic in the United Kingdom, you will be required to undergo a full standard medical assessment. Depending on the employer the assessment can be undertaken locally or on site.

Professional Registration

To practice in the UK you have to be registered as a doctor with the General Medical Council (GMC). Applications can be made via the General Medical Council website, go to www.gmc-uk.org for more information.

For further information speak with your contact at Workplace Doctors.
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  • The Republic Of Ireland lifestyle offers a fantastic wealth of activities and opportunities not only in employment but also recreationally. Steeped in history, the Republic of Ireland offers the perfect mix of vibrant, modern cities and a wealth of countryside landscapes -. Blarney Castle– Located in County Cork This historic castle is known for its “Blarney Stone.” Tradition is that if the Blarney Stone is kissed, One kisses the stone by lying back and being held by an employee of the castle. Cliffs of Moher – Located in County Clare One of Ireland’s biggest and most visited attractions. The Cliffs are 230 meters in height and tower over the Atlantic Ocean. Kilkenny – One of Ireland’s favourite spots, this Medieval Capital is a train out of Dublin. Its beautiful buildings and of course imposing Norman Castle- including the Arts Festival and Rhythm and Roots Festival – make Kilkenny a most desirable location. Co. Donegal – This part of the country is very traditional and you can expect to see plenty of low stone walls, thatched roof houses, rugged hills, cliffs and golden sand beaches.

Immigration

If you carry an EU passport, you are allowed to work anywhere in the Republic of Ireland. You will simply need your EU passport. No further visa is necessary.

Right of Abode

If you have parents or grandparents born in the Republic of Ireland, you will be able to obtain a right of abode or entry visa. This will allow you to work in the Republic of Ireland without sponsorship. These visas can be obtained from your local Visa Office or Consular Office. You will be required to provide the birth certificates for yourself and your parents/grandparents who were born in the Republic of Ireland. There is no fee for this visa. For further information speak with your contact at Workplace Doctors.

Sponsorship

If you do not have entitlement or ancestry in the Republic of Ireland, you will need sponsorship in order to work. Once you have a confirmed position in the Republic of Ireland and have gained your registration, your sponsor employer will arrange your work through the Immigration and Nationality Directorate (IND). Some professions and indeed specialities within professions are deemed to be ‘shortage occupations’. If your profession falls outside this employers are still able to offer sponsorship under certain circumstances. For further information speak with your contact at Workplace Doctors.

Medical Requirements

In order to secure a position in a hospital or clinic in the Republic of Ireland, you will be required to undergo a full standard medical assessment. Depending on the employer the assessment can be undertaken locally or on site.

Professional Registration

To practice in the Republic of Ireland you have to be registered as a doctor with the Irish Medical Council (IMC). Applications can be made via the Irish Medical Council website, go to www.medicalcouncil.ie .For further information speak with your contact at Workplace Doctors.
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