Overseas-Qualified GP - Greater Manchester
Overseas-Qualified GP - Greater Manchester
Job Reference: J180-A-19-326977
Employer: Department: General Practice Location: Greater Manchester Salary: Minimum £68000
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Overseas-Qualified GPs - Opportunities available in Greater Manchester
Are you a GP/Family Doctor wanting to live and work in England?
If so, the International GP Recruitment (IGPR) Programme can help. The programme puts you and your family at the heart of the process, offering a tailored package of support to meet your individual needs.
What does the programme involve?
We understand how daunting it can be when thinking about moving to a new country and going through a registration process. The programme aims to make this transition as easy as possible for you and your family, providing support and funding towards relocation, a tailored educational support package including both clinical and language support designed to support you through the UK registration process, and even supporting you in finding a GP practice to work in, both whilst you prepare for the UK registration process, and for the period beyond this. This includes a generous training salary and agreed salary upon registration.
What support is included?
You will be fully supported throughout the process by a dedicated programme team. The offer includes:
- Travel and accommodation costs covered for interview
- A range of educational support to help you to prepare for the required MCQ and Simulated Surgery assessments
- A training salary of £3000 - £3500 per month (net)
- Once you become a registered GP, a salary of minimum £68,000 per year with opportunities for career progression
- Support with relocation costs, such as accommodation for your first few weeks, estate agency fees and transportation of belongings
- Assistance finding short and long-term accommodation, in addition to schools, nurseries and other local facilities
- Guidance regarding UK bank accounts, tax and National Insurance numbers
- General advice on living/working in the UK for you and your family
Why move to Greater Manchester?
- On 1 April 2016, Greater Manchester took charge of the £6 billion spent on health and social care in our 10 boroughs, following our devolution deal with the government. We were also given an extra £450million to help transform our services
- We have 500 General Practices across Manchester, Salford, Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside and Glossop, Trafford and Wigan.
- Manchester was named by The Economist Intelligence Unit in 2016 as one of the world's 50 most liveable cities, ahead of London, New York and Rome
- The Stunning Peak District, the Lancashire hills and the green Cheshire plains are on your doorstep
- Residential property prices are considerably cheaper than London
- We're famous for our numerous concert, live music and performing arts venues
- We have major shopping centres at Manchester Arndale and the Trafford Centre
- 77 Greater Manchester schools are listed in the top 2,000 in the country
- We also have excellent further education institutions - The University of Manchester, Salford University, Manchester Metropolitan University, University of Law and the University of Bolton, amongst others
- Our transport links are fantastic - major airport, plus road, coach, train and tram networks
- Our climate is generally mild with no extremes. It doesn't rain all the time!
What are the next steps?
Please apply online and ensure you attach a CV. If you meet the essential criteria, a dedicated experienced recruitment contact will guide you through the process and help to establish whether this scheme is right for you and your family. Should you be selected for interview, the first stage will take place within your home country, via a web-based system where appropriate (e.g. SKYPE). The second interview stage will take place in England and travel and accommodation will be funded by the programme.
Our commitments to you
We are passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity. We know through experience that different ideas, perspectives and backgrounds create a stronger and more creative work environment that delivers better patient outcomes. We welcome applications irrespective of people's age, disability, gender identity and gender expression, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation, or other personal circumstances. We have policies and procedures in place to ensure that all applicants are treated fairly and consistently at every stage of the recruitment process, including the consideration of reasonable adjustments for people who have a disability.
If you have any questions or require further information, please contact Kerry Porter on ( ).
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