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16 days ago

Speciality Doctor in Respiratory

UK National Health Service Birmingham, England

We require references that cover the last three years of employment. All your referees email addresses must be provided on your application form… Glassdoor

11 days ago

Specialty Doctor ENT

UK National Health Service Sutton in Ashfield, England

Sherwood Forest Hospitals is a leading edge NHS Foundation Trust embracing a £260m turnover healthcare business. We employ over 4,000 people and… Glassdoor

11 days ago

Specialty Doctor Psychiatrist

UK National Health Service London, England

You will be experienced in the assessment, risk assessment and treatment of psychiatric problems and possess a good working knowledge of… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Specialty Doctor - Emergency Medicine

UK National Health Service Hereford, England

We aim to work across traditional boundaries to provide integrated care in order to deliver a standard of care we would want for ourselves, our… Glassdoor

11 days ago

Specialty Doctor in Diabetes

UK National Health Service Newcastle upon Tyne, England

The Newcastle Diabetes Service seeks a medical doctor to work 1-2 sessions per week at the Newcastle Diabetes Centre. Both sessions… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Locum Specialty Doctor Urology

UK National Health Service Bangor, Isle of Anglesey, Wales

Applications are invited two Specialty Doctors to increase the medical… two speciality doctors wil… Glassdoor

9 days ago

Specialty Doctor in Palliative Care

UK National Health Service Lancaster, England

St Johns Hospice provides a range of specialist palliative care for people living with or affected by any life-limiting illness. As a charity, our… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Trust Junior Doctor

UK National Health Service Harrow, England

London North West Healthcare NHS Trust is one of the largest integrated NHS Trusts in the country employing more than 8,000 staff with a budget of… Glassdoor

16 days ago

Specialty Doctor Adult Psychiatry

UK National Health Service Bromsgrove, England

Our Trust is a great place to work and we are keen to ensure that all our employees have the right values in order that we can provide the best… Glassdoor

9 days ago

Trust Doctor in ENT

UK National Health Service Leeds, England +2 locations

The provisional date for interviews is the week commencing 23rd February 2015. We are committed to Equal Opportunities and welcome applications… Glassdoor

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10 Ratings

    Moderate to good, choppy waters at times

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    Current Employee - Biomedical Scientist NHS in Leicester, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Biomedical Scientist NHS in Leicester, England (UK)

    I have been working at UK National Health Service full-time (less than an year)


    Good social security, good bunch of people in general working for the NHS, the job is satisfying when they let you do it, easy to move job or location; most places are quite flexible re hours, many hospitals provide childcare at work etc


    Understaffing!! You might not be able to get holidays at all, or not anywhere near the time you want to take them, as many departments are so understaffed already. Some useless managers around, just looking out for themselves or fulfill management targets regardless of what falls by the wayside due to this, which often is staff morale. A lot of staff are pretty fed up at the moment, but carry on for the sake of the patients. Usually not enough resources for training, often staff are told they need qualification xyz to do their job, yet the opportunity to complete the training never materialises; incompetent staff are carried and never got rid off, people who put themselves out derive no benefit from it. As long as you can talk the talk you'll get a management role, never mind if you are actually able to do the job!

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    You can't keep cutting staff levels and resources without affecting patient care; reward people who go the extra mile, not those who agree with you and a***lick

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