How long does it take to join NHS professionals?
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.
Is NHS professionals an NHS employer?
NHS Professionals is run by the NHS, for the NHS We are not an agency. We are the leading provider of flexible workforce services to the NHS with more than130,000 healthcare professionals registered with our bank, across more than 50 NHS Trusts.
How long does Nhsp uniform take to arrive?
When will I receive my Uniform and ID Badge? We will send you your ID badge once all your pre-employment checks are completed. This on average takes 1-2 working days.
Do you get paid for NHSP training?
Do I get paid for training? NHSP does not pay applicants for any mandatory training required to work bank shifts at the trust.
Can I join NHSP with no experience?
Not necessarily. Despite around 50% of the NHS workforce having a university or other professional qualification, there are lots of opportunities for staff without these qualifications, especially in the wider healthcare team.
What counts as an NHS professional?
About NHS Professionals They work flexibly to NHS-assured standards in a wide range of roles including nurses and midwives, doctors, allied health professionals, healthcare scientists, personal social services and non-clinical.
What type of business is NHS professionals?
NHS Professionals (NHSP) is a limited company wholly owned by the Department of Health; and is the leading provider of managed flexible worker services to the NHS.
Can I join Nhsp with no experience?
Do you need a copy of the OJEU thresholds?
Before you get started with OJEU tenders it is important that you have a copy of the procurement thresholds. Buyers for all types of contracting authority must ensure that all contract notices for procurement valued above EU thresholds are published throughout the EU via the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU).
Is the OJEU the Official Journal of the EU?
When this happens, it is a mandatory requirement that contracting authorities publish these contracts in the OJEU, ‘The Official Journal European Union’, which hosts thousands of new public sector contracts every day. The updated public sector thresholds of 2020/2021 are below.
Why is it necessary to publish contracts in OJEU?
It is a requirement for organisations to publish these contracts in the OJEU. OJEU procurement rules are put in place for all OJEU contracts to allow for fair and transparent procurement which encourages healthy competition amongst suppliers.
What does the L series of the OJEU contain?
The publication’s L-Series also contains the “Directory of Community Legislation in Force”. OJEU S Series is actually a Supplement to the Official Journal that contains all the public procurement notices and awards that are valued above a threshold level from across the EU.