NHS Jobs - Search Results (2023)

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Pet's as Therapy Volunteer

Voluntary Services

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

We are looking for registered Pets as Therapy volunteers to visit Staff and Patients in the Hospital and brighten their day.Regular visits are generally appreciated, but there's no minimum or maximum commitment. It's up to you how much time you dedicate to volunteering. All we ask is that your dog ...

Salary:
Depending on experience Expenses only
Posted:
09/08/2022
Job Type:
Voluntary
Closing Date:
11/09/2022
Staff Group:
Additional Clinical Services
Job Ref:
249-008001PT

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General Practioner

General Practice

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

The Great Western Hospital PCN (Moredon Medical Centre, Abbeymeads Medical Centre, Penhill Surgery and Crossroads Surgery), Swindon have great opportunities for salaried GPs to join our excellent and experienced team.Why the role? Substantive GP opportunitiesUp to 8 sessions per week£11,000 - ...

Salary:
£10500.00 to £11000.00 a session per session per annum
Posted:
10/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
07/09/2022
Staff Group:
Medical & Dental
Job Ref:
249-MED9991158

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Blood Transfusion Administration and Audit Assistant

Blood Transfusion

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

Hours: 15 per weekSalary: £21,730 - £23,177 per annum pro rataWe are seeking to appoint a dynamic, motivated person to join our friendly team to provide administrative and audit support to the transfusion practitioner and other members of the Hospital Transfusion Team.You will be responsible for ...

Salary:
£21730.00 to £23177.00 a year per annum pro rata
Posted:
30/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
12/09/2022
Staff Group:
Administrative & Clerical
Job Ref:
249-4500240

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Healthcare Assistant

General Medicine

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

Bank, Full and Part Time Opportunities Available!The Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is an ambitious organisation motivated to provide consistently high quality services to our patients.We are looking for motivated individuals to join our ambitious organisation as a Healthcare ...

Salary:
£20270.00 to £21318.00 a year per annum, pro rata
Posted:
01/09/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
08/09/2022
Staff Group:
Additional Clinical Services
Job Ref:
249-4415082-6
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Consultant Urological Surgeon

Urology

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

Great Western Hospital is a growing Trust providing an increasing range of surgical procedures to its local community. The hospital is therefore appointing a sixth Consultant Urological Surgeon.The successful applicant will join a team of five established consultant urological surgeons and one ...

Salary:
£84559.00 to £114003.00 a year per annum
Posted:
17/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent

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Palliative and End of Life Care Assistant

Palliative Medicine

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

End of Life Care Healthcare AssistantThe Palliative and End of Life Care team at the Great Western Hospital is looking to appoint a healthcare assistant to join the team, this position is full time per week based at the Great Western Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon.We are looking for ...

Salary:
£21730.00 to £23177.00 a year per annum
Posted:
24/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
07/09/2022
Staff Group:
Nursing & Midwifery Registered
Job Ref:
249-4501860

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Pharmacy Technician - Dispensary Supervisor

Pharmacy

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

Due to an internal promotion the opportunity has arisen for an exceptional and registered Pharmacy Technician to join our Pharmacy Department in the role of Dispensary Supervisor.Medicines optimisation is at the heart of our services and we strive to deliver the best possible patient experience ...

Salary:
£27055.00 to £32934.00 a year Per Annum
Posted:
22/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
05/09/2022
Staff Group:
Allied Health Professionals
Job Ref:
249-4505034-1

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Dietetic Support Worker

Dietetics

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

Fixed term for 12 monthsWe are looking for an enthusiastic and hardworking Dietetic Assistant to join our friendly team to help provide the dietetic service at Great Western Hospital. The dietetic service provides support to patients across Swindon. Our work covers acute inpatient wards, ...

Salary:
£23949.00 to £26282.00 a year per annum
Posted:
24/08/2022
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
07/09/2022
Staff Group:
Additional Clinical Services
Job Ref:
249-4494603
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Pharmacy Ordering, Purchasing and Invoicing Clerk

Pharmacy

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

Our friendly and progressive pharmacy department is currently looking for an exceptional individual to join the pharmacy stores team. We have a fully integrated electronic prescribing system and pharmacy robots which are able to deliver enhanced pharmaceutical care putting Medicines Optimisation at ...

Salary:
£21730.00 to £23177.00 a year per annum
Posted:
31/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
09/09/2022
Staff Group:
Administrative & Clerical
Job Ref:
249-4516210

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ED/UTC Receptionist

Accident and Emergency

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated individual to join our Front Door Receptionist Team at the Great Western Hospital. Applications are invited to provide administrative and clerical cover for the ED/UCC area. The post-holder should have excellent communication, organisational and ...

Salary:
£21730.00 to £23177.00 a year per annum
Posted:
31/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent

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Senior Staff Nurse (Band 5E)

Gastroenterology

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

Are you looking to progress your nursing career?An exciting opportunity for a Senior Band 5 Enhanced Staff Nurse has become available within Saturn at the Great Western Hospital. Saturn is a 37 bedded ward, specialising in gastroenterology nursing.

Salary:
£32934.00 to £35572.00 a year pro rata per annum
Posted:
31/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
10/09/2022
Staff Group:
Nursing & Midwifery Registered
Job Ref:
249-4530254

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Rotational Pharmacy Assistant

Pharmacy

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

Pharmacist Assistant 1 x 12 Month Fixed Term Contract 1 x permanent contract Our friendly and progressive pharmacy department is currently looking for an exceptional individual to join the pharmacy team. We have a fully integrated electronic prescribing system and are able to deliver enhanced ...

Salary:
£21730.00 to £23177.00 a year Per Annum
Posted:
24/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
07/09/2022
Staff Group:
Allied Health Professionals
Job Ref:
249-4288410-B
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Assistant Practitioner

Acute Internal Medicine

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

We are looking for an Assistant Practitioner qualified to Foundation Degree level (or equivalent), or a trainee Assistant Practitioner, working towards their Foundation Degree to join our team.We are looking for someone who enjoys a busy working environment with the opportunity to extend their ...

Salary:
£23949.00 to £26282.00 a year pro rata
Posted:
31/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
14/09/2022
Staff Group:
Nursing & Midwifery Registered
Job Ref:
249-4429666

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Rotational Physiotherapist

Physiotherapy

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

At The Great Western Hospital we have an excellent range of rotations to offer you including MSK, amputees, hydro, respiratory and ITU, front door, rehabilitation, orthopedics, mental health, community, neuro outpatients and acute stroke. Each rotation will support your training needs, and build on ...

Salary:
£27055.00 to £32934.00 a year per annum
Posted:
24/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
07/09/2022
Staff Group:
Allied Health Professionals
Job Ref:
249-4484994

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Hotel Services Supervisor

Facilities

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Salisbury

***previous applicants need not apply***Hours; 30 per weekSalary; £22,549 - £24,882 per annum pro rataAn exciting opportunity has arisen to be part of GWH Hotel Services team.What really matters to us is providing everyone of our patients with an excellent experience, a service that really ...

Salary:
£23949.00 to £26282.00 a year per annum pro rata
Posted:
24/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent

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IT Clinical Applications Specialist - Pharmacy Systems

Pharmacy

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

The IT department at the Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is looking for Clinical IT Systems Specialist, specialising in the support of the Pharmacy IT systems.This role, within the Trust's Clinical IT Applications team, will undertake all aspects of specialist support for the Pharmacy ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year per annum
Posted:
25/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
07/09/2022
Staff Group:
Administrative & Clerical
Job Ref:
249-4495091
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Staff Nurse

Paediatrics

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

Are you a registered Children's Nurse committed to providing the best care possible for children ranging from 0-18years? Would you like the opportunity to work in a busy, friendly acute children's unit that prides itself on the service it provides?If the answer to the above questions is YES then ...

Salary:
£27055.00 to £32934.00 a year Per Annum
Posted:
24/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
07/09/2022
Staff Group:
Nursing & Midwifery Registered
Job Ref:
249-3866041-2

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Occupational Therapist

Occupational Therapy

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

An exciting opportunity has arisen for the expansion of our Acute Occupational Therapy Team with the addition of a Band 6 Occupational Therapy post. As an Occupational Therapist you will work as part of the larger MDT in order to cover the medical and surgical wards within the Great Western site....

Salary:
£27055.00 to £40588.00 a year per annum
Posted:
24/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
07/09/2022
Staff Group:
Allied Health Professionals
Job Ref:
249-4477333

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Rotational Occupational Therapist

Occupational Therapy

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

*** previous applicants need not apply***The Great Western Hospital are looking to recruit Band 5 Occupational Therapists as part of our well-established rotational programme. We are looking to welcome experienced OT's along with Students that are due to qualify in 2022.Our Rotational Programme ...

Salary:
£27055.00 to £32934.00 a year Per Annum
Posted:
25/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
08/09/2022
Staff Group:
Allied Health Professionals
Job Ref:
249-4466693

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Midwife Band 6

Maternity

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon

Band 6 Midwives......it's an exciting yet challenging time for the Maternity Services at GWH, as we embrace a period of improvement and development focusing on Continuity of Care for our women/birthing people in line with the Better Births agenda...As part of this we have a number of ...

Salary:
£33706.00 to £40588.00 a year Dependent on experience
Posted:
25/08/2022
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
08/09/2022
Staff Group:
Nursing & Midwifery Registered
Job Ref:
249-4501923
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FAQs

How do you know if you have been shortlisted for a job NHS? ›

We will notify you of whether or not you have been shortlisted for interview via your NHS Jobs account. Invite to Interview: If you are selected for interview we will contact you via your NHS Jobs account normally one week prior to the interview date.

Do NHS jobs tell you unsuccessful? ›

Once you've confirmed your shortlist, you'll be asked to send an email to unsuccessful applicants after shortlisting. You can also add an email address for applicant feedback. Only the 'Shortlisting lead' can move the job listing from the shortlisting to interview recruitment stage.

How long does it take to get shortlisted NHS? ›

Recruitment process
EventTimescale
Advertisement appears on NHS Jobs Candidate submits an application form Closing dateApproximately 1–2 weeks
Managers view the applications submitted online and shortlistApproximately 1–3 weeks
6 more rows
17 Apr 2018

How long does it take to hear back about an NHS job? ›

We aim to complete applications within 25 working days from the day of your successful interview providing we have full engagement from you during the process. Once you have submitted your application online, it is subject to screening. If your application is successful you will be invited for an interview.

How many candidates are usually shortlisted for interview NHS? ›

They cannot afford a luxury of interviewing all applicants, and will typically just read the resumes and shortlist 5-10 people for the interviews.

How many candidates are usually shortlisted for interview? ›

The shortlist for an interview usually includes 10 to 20 candidates, but this can vary depending on the type of position you are hiring for. Companies with more resources may have much larger shortlists because they can afford to spend more time interviewing people in-person.

Do you hear back from NHS jobs? ›

Despite the fact that recruiters will always do their very best to speed up the NHS interview process, anyone will tell you that it can take anywhere from two weeks to six months to hear back from the interview!

Is it difficult to get NHS job? ›

To find a job in the NHS is not as difficult as you may think, but it's a valid concern. What with the increased amount of doctors applying for exams such as PLAB every year, you can only sit and wonder how long it will be before everything becomes saturated.

Can the NHS withdraw a job offer? ›

Once someone has accepted an 'unconditional' job offer, they're in a legally binding contract of employment. However, a 'conditional' job offer can be withdrawn if the person doesn't meet the employer's conditions (eg satisfactory references and health record).

How are NHS job applications scored? ›

The scoring of applications, if required by your organisation, is supported by a score card beside each application form. NHS Jobs provides a standard default score card which can be used with any vacancy, or your organisation can add a number of local score-cards for use in reviewing.

How do NHS contact you after interview? ›

An email is sent to an applicant, confirming they have been invited to an interview. An email is sent to an applicant, confirming an interview has been scheduled. An email is sent to an applicant, confirming a conditional job offer has been made.

What does application under review mean NHS? ›

Application under review means that a manager or someone has looked at my application for the position I had applied for but are also looking at other applicants.

Why does the NHS take so long? ›

Longer waits are a symptom of more people needing treatment than the NHS has the capacity to deliver. This reflects a decade of much lower than average funding growth for the NHS and workforce shortages, coupled with growing and changing population health needs.

Is it OK to admit you are nervous at an interview? ›

It's okay to share with the interviewer that you are nervous. You might think it's one of the weaknesses that interviewers try to avoid when hiring, but it's a lot more normal for a person to be nervous at interviews than you might think. Saying it out loud can actually help.

What does decision pending mean on NHS jobs? ›

It just means they haven't made a decision yet. There are all sorts of things that can hold up a decision on a recruitment, and delays are quite common, especially in a large, bureaucratic organisation like the NHS.

Is being shortlisted a good thing? ›

It does not mean that you got the job. Instead, being shortlisted means you've made it through the initial screening process, and the company is interested in speaking to you further about your skills, expertise and character.

How are NHS job interviews scored? ›

Scoring system varies but is generally between 5 and 10 questions, marked out of 5 (though sometimes just marked out of 3). Highest score gets the job offer. As PPs have said, try and answer using STAR technique and use examples of where you've demonstrated that skill etc.

What are the chances of getting a job after final interview? ›

How Many Interviews Does it Take to Get a Job?
  • All job seekers have a 26.24% probability of receiving a job offer. ...
  • Job seekers have a 36.89% chance of receiving a job offer after having one interview. ...
  • Job seekers who have had three job interviews have a 51% chance of getting hired.
5 Apr 2022

How do you know if you are a top candidate for a job? ›

8 Signs You Are a Top Candidate After the Interview
  1. The interviewer checks your references. ...
  2. The interviewer discusses moving. ...
  3. Instead of one interviewer, many. ...
  4. Interviewer provides next steps. ...
  5. Interviewer responds to your thank-you email. ...
  6. You shake hands with your future (fingers crossed) coworkers.
9 Jan 2020

Is it OK to ask how many candidates are being interviewed? ›

It's OK to ask an interviewer how many other people are up for the same position. After all, you just want to know the odds you're up against, as anyone would. But even if inquiring is harmless, the way you ask your question might bother the interviewer.

What percentage of applicants get an interview? ›

“98% of job seekers are eliminated at the initial resume screening and only the “Top 2%” of candidates make it to the interview”, says Robert Meier, President of Job Market Experts.

Can you apply for the same job twice NHS? ›

Never submit the same application form twice. Always adapt it to show how you meet the person specification of the particular post you are applying for.

How long does the shortlisting process take? ›

This stage is experienced by all candidates, it does not depend on confidence or skills. On average, employers take between 2 to 3 weeks to respond. Beyond this period, it must be understood that the candidate was not selected.

How long after the closing date is the NHS interview? ›

It can be anything from the same day of closing to a couple of months! On average around 4 to 5 working days.

Which NHS jobs are in demand? ›

There is a real breadth of opportunity within the NHS. What jobs are in high demand in the NHS?
...
There are 14 broad categories of jobs in the NHS — they are as follows:
  • Allied health professions.
  • Ambulance service team.
  • Dental team.
  • Doctors.
  • Health informatics.
  • Healthcare science.
  • Management.
  • Midwifery.
26 Apr 2021

Is the NHS worth working? ›

Good place to work. Great job security and great benefits, you can find NHS discount on just about anything. Room for improvement and training available if needed.

Can I join NHS bank with no experience? ›

To become a full member of the NHSP Bank, you must complete a full registration, which you can start online today. We screen your application to ensure you meet the basic membership criteria; e.g. you must have gained six months experience in the UK, within the last two years.

What happens if references dont answer? ›

If your references don't respond to an employer who is doing a background check, then this might reflect badly on you. It doesn't necessarily mean that you will lose the job offer but it can definitely frustrate the hiring manager as they might feel like they have wasted their time.

Does a conditional offer mean I got the job? ›

A conditional offer of employment is a job offer that is based on the applicant meeting certain requirements before starting the job or continuing the job. The conditions on the job offer can include any number of additional steps or requirements.

Does an offer letter mean I got the job? ›

A job offer letter typically is sent after the offer is made over the phone or by email. But even at the point of offer letter receipt, the job offer isn't necessarily set in stone. Many companies set contingencies before employment begins, like a completed background check or drug screening.

How do I get a high score on the NHS interview? ›

During the interview
  1. Make eye contact with all members of the interview panel. ...
  2. Smile! ...
  3. Be clear and concise in your responses.
  4. Structure your answers with 3 or 4 main points of examples from your own experience.
  5. Do not assume that the panel know the detail of what is in your application form or CV.

What does R mean on NHS jobs? ›

Employees that have been set up with a 'restricted account' on NHS Jobs will be identified in the applications list for any vacancy they apply to via a grey 'R' icon.

How long is an NHS Band 2 interview? ›

Interviews will typically last between 30 to 60 minutes, and will include a series of questions related to you and the role for which you are applying.

How long after a job closing date should I hear back NHS? ›

All our posts are shortlisted within six weeks of the closing date. If you have not been contacted after six weeks it is unlikely that you will have been shortlisted.

What does it mean if you have been shortlisted for a job? ›

If someone is on a shortlist, for example for a job or a prize, they are one of a small group of people who have been chosen from a larger group. The successful person is then chosen from the small group. If someone or something is shortlisted for a job or a prize, they are put on a shortlist.

How many references do NHS need? ›

We will check a minimum of two references covering a minimum of 3 years employment and or training. Where a candidate has been, or currently is employed, the referees should include their 2 most recent employers (or more if this does not cover 3 years history).

What is the difference between under review and under consideration? ›

Under review means the application is being viewed by hiring manager. Under consideration means after they have reviewed all application they have narrowed the candidates (very strong possibilities) to those with the best skills set and experiences that fit the job requirements. Under Review - Issue is being examined.

Does requisition closed mean I didn't get the job? ›

Does Requisition Closed Mean I Didn't Get the Job? No, the job status of “requisition closed” doesn't necessary mean that you didn't get the job. It simply means that the company is no longer accepting any more applications for the position.

What does first review of applications mean? ›

It means that, shortly after date Y, the committee in charge of reviewing applicants will meet and discuss the applications that have been received up to that point and, if they like some of the candidates, they will be invited for interviews and, depending on how it goes, may get an offer.

What is the two week rule NHS? ›

What is a 'Two Week Wait' referral? A 'Two Week Wait' referral is a request from your General Practitioner (GP) to ask the hospital for an urgent appointment for you, because you have symptoms that might indicate that you have cancer.

What is the 18 week rule in the NHS? ›

The longest you will wait from being referred by your GP and starting your treatment will be 18 weeks. Wherever possible you will wait less than this. Any hospital appointments, tests, scans or other procedures that you may need before being treated will all happen within this maximum time limit.

Can I jump the NHS queue? ›

The fact private patients can jump the queue for treatment flies in the face of the founding ethos of the NHS – that all patients are seen as equal and treated according to need and not the ability to pay.

What is a red flag in an interview? ›

"Any off-color remark from the person interviewing you or a problematic comment from someone working in the organization is a red flag. If you encounter any disrespectful behavior on display, directed at you or someone else, assume that it is normalized in the organization."

What are some red flags during an interview? ›

Here are 10 red flags to watch out for.
  • Constant rescheduling and disorganization. ...
  • Disrespecting others. ...
  • Values conflict. ...
  • Lack of clarity or consistency in answers to your questions. ...
  • Bait and switch. ...
  • Inappropriate questions or comments. ...
  • Lack of connection. ...
  • Resistance to change (even if they say they want change)
7 Jun 2022

Is it OK to look at notes during an interview? ›

Yes you can, provided you are doing so for the right reasons. Notes are appropriate if they contain questions or points of discussion stemming from your research about the role and/or organisation, or if they are a summary of key content from your CV you want to highlight during your interview.

Do NHS jobs tell you if unsuccessful? ›

Previously, when shortlisting was completed, NHS Jobs would notify unsuccessful applicants by updating the application status in their NHS Jobs account. Similarly, following interviews, unsuccessful applicants would only become aware via a status change in their NHS Jobs account.

How many candidates are usually shortlisted for interview NHS? ›

They cannot afford a luxury of interviewing all applicants, and will typically just read the resumes and shortlist 5-10 people for the interviews.

How many candidates are usually shortlisted for interview? ›

The shortlist for an interview usually includes 10 to 20 candidates, but this can vary depending on the type of position you are hiring for. Companies with more resources may have much larger shortlists because they can afford to spend more time interviewing people in-person.

How long does shortlisting usually take? ›

This stage is experienced by all candidates, it does not depend on confidence or skills. On average, employers take between 2 to 3 weeks to respond. Beyond this period, it must be understood that the candidate was not selected.

How long does it take to be shortlisted for a job? ›

Generally, candidates won't hear anything until 1-2 weeks after the closing date. This is to ensure the manager gets the best opportunity to capture the most amount of talent. Some positions are open for a month or longer.

How are NHS interviews scored? ›

Scoring system varies but is generally between 5 and 10 questions, marked out of 5 (though sometimes just marked out of 3). Highest score gets the job offer. As PPs have said, try and answer using STAR technique and use examples of where you've demonstrated that skill etc.

Is it good to be shortlisted for a job? ›

It does not mean that you got the job. Instead, being shortlisted means you've made it through the initial screening process, and the company is interested in speaking to you further about your skills, expertise and character.

Does shortlisted mean you got the job? ›

To be shortlisted for an interview means that you have successfully completed an application form or produced an effective CV which has enabled you to stand out from the crowd, and meet the job criteria as specified by the employer.

How long after job closing date should I hear back NHS? ›

It can be anything from the same day of closing to a couple of months! On average around 4 to 5 working days.

How do you respond to being shortlisted? ›

Thanks for reaching out! This certainly sounds like an interesting job, and I appreciate your consideration. I really love the work I'm doing for [Your Company] and am not in the market for a new opportunity at the moment. That said, if I find myself looking to make a change in the future, I'll be sure to get in touch.

How do you ask if you're shortlisted? ›

How to Ask Interview Status: More Tips and Advice
  1. Keep it short, specific, and to the point.
  2. Be professional. Avoid unnecessary details.
  3. Don't come across as desperate. ...
  4. Don't accuse or attack the contact for making you wait.
  5. Give HR at least 3 days to reply.
  6. Waiting to hear an interview result is tough.
1 Feb 2017

What to say when you are shortlisted for a job? ›

Dear [Recruiter name], Thank you for reaching out about this opportunity—it sounds like a great job and aligns with where I'd like to take my career. I'm eager to learn more. As you may have seen on my resume, I have [X number of years] in this field.

What is the pass mark for an interview? ›

With a pass rate of less than 50%, you do not take enough risks within your interview process. A simple rule is that the more familiar you are with the position, the higher the pass rate. ‍That makes sense.

How are NHS job applications scored? ›

The scoring of applications, if required by your organisation, is supported by a score card beside each application form. NHS Jobs provides a standard default score card which can be used with any vacancy, or your organisation can add a number of local score-cards for use in reviewing.

How do NHS contact you after interview? ›

An email is sent to an applicant, confirming they have been invited to an interview. An email is sent to an applicant, confirming an interview has been scheduled. An email is sent to an applicant, confirming a conditional job offer has been made.

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