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30+ days ago

CONSULTANT IN GENERAL SURGERY

UK National Health Service Leicester, England

University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust are looking for a substantive full time consultant in general surgery with a subspecialist interest in… UK National Health Service


9 days ago

Band 6 - School Nurse (SCPHN)

UK National Health Service Leicester, England

We will consider full time and part time hours, all year round and term time only contracts available. (part time hours minimum of 22.5 hours per… UK National Health Service


16 days ago

Salaried General Practitioner (with a view to partnership)

UK National Health Service Leicester, England

Should you require further information regarding this vacancy please contact the organisation direct. Johnson Medical Practice General… UK National Health Service


7 days ago

Locum Consultant Emergency Surgeon

UK National Health Service Leicester, England

The post holders will be directly responsible for the running of the Surgical Triage Assessment Unit, Hot Clinics, and Emergency Lists. Although the… UK National Health Service


30+ days ago

Consultant Gynaecologist

UK National Health Service Leicester, England

UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS OF LEICESTER NHS TRUST Consultant Gynaecologist with a Special Interest in Gynaecology Oncology and Colposcopy Applications are… UK National Health Service


11 days ago

General Manager, Band 8b

UK National Health Service Leicester, England

University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust (UHL) is one of the largest NHS Trusts in the country, aspiring to be a leading international centre of… UK National Health Service


19 days ago

Paediatric Emergency Medicine Registrar

UK National Health Service Leicester, England

Prospective applicants must be existing EM registrars from any LETB. The start date is flexible, ranging from Feb 2015 to end 2016. Further… UK National Health Service


12 days ago

HR Systems Operations Manager

UK National Health Service Leicester, England

Our HR Systems and Payroll Operations and Projects team delivers a range of technology and transactional services both in-house and jointly with… UK National Health Service


11 days ago

Deputy Sister/Charge Nurse

UK National Health Service Leicester, England

If you are after great career opportunities were the department to join, with all of the support, development and rewards we have become known for… UK National Health Service


11 days ago

Associate Practitioner, Band 4

UK National Health Service Leicester, England

Applicants for the Associate Practitioners post would be expected to have an appropriate Level 5 Qualification or equivalent e.g. Foundation degree… UK National Health Service


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    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

    Cons

    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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