How long does it take to get on NHSP?
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.
What is the difference between NHS and NHSP?
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.
Can anyone work for NHS Professionals?
Depending on your qualifications and skills, we have access to work in all grades and specialties across the NHS including nursing and midwifery, allied health professionals, healthcare scientists, personal social services and non-clinical such as administration, finance, estates and facilities.
What counts as an NHS professional?
NHS Professionals claims its membership base forms the largest flexible staff ‘bank’ in the NHS. Its clinical Bank Members include nurses, midwives, healthcare support workers, doctors, allied healthcare professionals, healthcare scientists, and personal social services including care and therapy.
Does NHSP pay weekly?
NHSP operates a weekly payroll. You will need to complete an online Timesheet for any shifts worked, which will need to be authorised and released by 23:59 on Sundays in order to be paid that Friday. Payslips will be available on My:Bank. Your first payment can take up to 3 weeks to process.
Can anyone join NHSP?
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.
Does NHSP get sick pay?
Contractual sick pay If you work under an NHS Agenda for Change contract, your entitlements to sick pay are given in section 14 of the NHS Terms and Conditions of Service Handbook. Keep your own record of the dates of your sickness and check your entitlement to sick pay against these dates.
Is the NHS respected?
The NHS is respected throughout the world for the standard of care it gives to patients. Although most people think about the NHS as being their local hospital, when you visit your dentist, your GP or even your local pharmacist you could be speaking to someone employed by the NHS.
Why can’t I book shifts on NHSP?
If you still do not see any available shifts, this means that your chosen Trust has no more available shifts, please keep checking back as more shifts are added. If I didn’t work a shift how do I remove it from my timesheet? Normally deadlines and/or pay days are changed to take account of holidays.
Do NHS Professionals pay weekly?
Do NHS staff get paid breaks?
NHSG Minimum Entitled to 30 minute unpaid rest breaks. Managers are asked to ensure that staff comply with the above rest breaks as a minimum. Breaks should be a break in working time, therefore should be taken during the shift and not at the start or end of the working day (as per WTR 1998).