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Current Job Vacancies

 

 We have several exciting and new vacancies. Please scroll down to see each job vacancy. 

Central Surgery

Surbiton, Surrey

 

Salaried GP Post 

 

We are a friendly and innovative training practice with approximately 15, 500 patients situated in purpose built premises.

 

We are looking to recruit a salaried GP for 4 - 8 sessions per week. Salary range from £10,200 per session dependant upon experience. We can offer flexibility regarding preferred working days, though Fridays would be desirable.

 

We are a high achieving PMS practice, with an enthusiastic, dedicated team of clinicians, including nurses, health care assistants and a practice pharmacist who are fully supported by an experienced reception and administration team.

 

We use the EMIS clinical system and committed to innovative technology.

 

If you are interested in this role please send your CV to our Practice Manager via email at kinccg.centralsurgery@nhs.net or feel free to call her on 020 8399 6622 after 11.30am for more information about the position.

 

Central Surgery

Surbiton, Surrey

 

Reception Team Leader

 

We are a friendly and innovative training practice with approximately 15,500 patients situated in purpose built premises. We are looking to recruit a Team Leader to manage our front of house desk and team. 

 

We are a PMS practice, with an enthusiastic, dedicated team of clinicians, including nurses, health care assistants, who are fully supported by an experienced reception and administration team.

 

You will have proven experience in a supervisory role, the ability to manage people towards a common goal, excellent verbal and written communication skills, together with good iT skills. Previous experience in a health setting desirable.

 

Starting salary £11.50 per hour

 

Hours flexible between 30 - 37.5 per week, Monday to Friday.

 

If you are interested in this role please send your CV to our HR Lead Jo Harding via email at joanne@workforcewindow.co.uk to receive more information about the position.

 

 

 

Central Surgery

Surbiton, Surrey

 

Urgent Care Practitioner /Advanced Practitioner/Paramedic Post

 

Salary from £37,000K per annum negotiable depending on experience

 

Central Surgery is a progressive, innovative and friendly PMS training practice with approximately 15,500 patients working from modern, purpose-built premises. Early adopters of computerisation we now use the EMIS clinical system.

 

We are looking for a team-orientated Urgent Care Practitioner /Advanced Practitioner/Paramedic to join us working 37.5 hours per week. You would join our enthusiastic, dedicated team of GPs, nurses, HCAs, pharmacist and excellent support staff.

 

Although forward thinking, we remain a practice that provides compassionate, patient centred care. We provide medical input to several nursing homes and community in-patient beds. Existing practice staff are involved with the local CCG, GP Federation and we have GP’s with a special interest.

 

Primary care is ever changing so an Urgent Care Practitioner /Advanced Practitioner/Paramedic joining us will be encouraged and supported to develop their interests and equip themselves with the skills that will be needed for the healthcare of the future.

  • Full Benefits Package – including study leave, Full Medical Indemnity reimbursement and NHS Pension
  • Education, Training and Mentorship
  • Career and clinical development
  • Emphasis on leading change and developing practice for a diverse population

  

If you would like to have an informal chat with our Practice Manager regarding the role before applying, please free to call her on 020 8399 6622 after 11.30am Monday - Friday. 

 

For full application details please send your CV to our HR Lead Jo Harding via email at joanne@workforcewindow.co.uk or, if you have any queries, do not hesitate to contact her on 07920 094663.

Closing date is 6th September 2019

 

                                                      

 



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