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UK DOCTOR JOBS FROM IMS CONTACT IMS NOW TO START YOUR MEDICAL CAREEER IN THE UK IMS is a leading British medical recruitment company recruiting doctors for the UK’s NHS. We now are working with the NHS to bring newly qualified doctors/junior doctors (residents) to work in hospitals across the UK. The 1-year program provides training within different settings and is especially suited for doctors interested in qualifying in General Practice/Family Medicine and Psychiatry but also a good basis for other specialty trainings. It will provide you with the necessary UK experience and competences to start a specialty training in the UK or apply for other NHS jobs. IMS will provide all the advice and assistance you will need to start working in the UK. Offer £30,000 starting salary £5,000 relocation allowance when you start work Excellent support and training in different settings Requirements Recently qualified or junior doctor (resident) from an EU country Final year medical students will also be considered for future roles Non-EU doctors, must have passed PLAB 2 or have GMC registration Excellent English (C1) The selections process for the interviews starts NOW. Interviews will be held in January in the UK (travel expenses of £150 paid), for a start date in the Middle of 2018. To be interviewed, you do not have to have passed IELTS yet or have GMC registered, but you will need do this before commencing work in UK. To apply, please send a detailed cv to: email@example.com IMS Recruitment firstname.lastname@example.org www.imsrecruitment.com Tel (UK): 0044 (0) 1928 739428
This junior doctor has summed up the NHS crisis in a catchy but depressing song Nicole Morley for Metro.co.uk Saturday 3 Oct 2015 12:35 pm Thousands of people attended a rally to protest the Tory Government’s proposed plans which are likely to reduce junior doctors’ working conditions. The British Medical Association’s junior doctor committee have warned that the contract changes – which will change the definition of unsociable hours – will put patients’ lives at risk by stretching overworked NHS staff. The #juniorcontracts rally was held outside Westminister earlier this week, but this one guy armed with a guitar has summed up the crisis to the tune of Jessie J’s Price Tag. Dressed in his scrubs with a stethoscope around his neck, the unnamed doctor’s altered lyrics highlight the plight faced by the UK’s health service. He sings: ‘We hope you all agree it’s getting serious, when doctors are so tired they’re delirious, so if you want care then stop this travesty. ‘Everybody look to the left, because you won’t get much help from the right.’ Adding: ‘You can’t save a life if you’ve been up all night. ‘It’s not about the money, money money but we don’t think it’s funny, funny, funny, jeopardising patients’ welfare.’ Namechecking the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, he goes on: ‘Jezza wants to close the door on the vulnerable and the poor, so if you want to fight back then help us save our contracts.’ The planned amendments to junior doctor contracts will redefine what is meant by sociable hours (currently 7am-7pm Monday to Friday). The new contracts would see doctors working until 10pm and on Saturdays for standard pay, therefore reducing the amount doctors earn for working shifts which cover weekday nights and weekends. There’s a concern that many junior doctors might have to up their hours to prevent a drop in pay. Jeremy Hunt claimed the BMA had misrepresented the Government’s position and that it wasn’t his intention that any medics should lose out financially. Many medical professionals have hit back with social media demonstrations such as #ImInWorkJeremy, another protest is scheduled for October 17th and industrial action is being considered. If it goes ahead, it will be the first doctors’ strike in 40 years. A petition has been launched to oppose the amendments to junior doctors’ contracts. ΠΗΓΗ : http://metro.co.uk
MEDICAL JOBS IN UK, IRELAND, GERMANY OR MIDDLE EAST. MEET IMS RECRUITMENT IN ATHENS 25th- 26th NOVEMBER 2011 If you are looking for an overseas medical job, IMS will be holding open days in Greece for you to meet and discuss employment opportunities in UK, Ireland, Germany and Middle East. Nick Sljivic, owner of IMS Recruitment will be in Athens 25-26th November if you are interested in discussing working overseas. IMS Recruitment is one of the UK's leading recruiter of medical staff from across the EU. IMS has many medical jobs for Greek medical personnel. IMS recruits all levels of doctors and nurses. In particular; IMS has urgent vacancies for: - RMO doctors in UK and Ireland (surgeons, anaethetists, emergency, ICU doctors) - Arzte fur Deutschland - Nurses with NMC for England / Nurses for Middle East - Family doctors/Specialist Hospital Doctors for UK and Ireland - Numerous Doctor Jobs in Middle East for Specialists. This will be a great opportunity to find out more about IMS's numerous overseas vacancies Meet IMS's highly experienced UK managers whom have recruited many Greek for medical jobs in various countries. If you are unable to attend, please email email@example.com with a cv and details of what you are looking for. For more information on meeting with IMS, Contact Nick Sljivic Tel: 0044 7710 147183 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.imsrecruitment.com