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Found 7 jobs for £50,000 - £59,999

  • Salaried GP, Consett

    • Consett
    • £57000 - £94000 per annum + Indemnity paid + BMA model + 7 weeks leave
    • Menlo Park Recruitment

    12 Partner Training Practice, supportive working, manageable workload with shared Duty Day. Up to £10,500 + Paid CPD!

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  • Salaried GP

    • Pontefract, West Yorkshire
    • £Negotiable + Indemnity + Pension + Annual Leave + Study Leave
    • Major Recruitment

    Major Healthcare are working with an excellent practice who are looking for a Salaried GP to join their multi-disciplinary team

  • Salaried GP

    • Richmond, North Yorkshire
    • £Negotiable + Indemnity + Pension + Annual Leave + Study Leave
    • Major Recruitment

    Join an OUTSTANDING practice in a beautiful part of the Yorkshire Dales based on the North East side for 4-6 sessions per week

  • Salaried GP

    • Swindon
    • £50000 - £900000 per annum + BMA,NHS Pension,Annual Leave,Study
    • Major Recruitment

    This is a surgery with excellent processes, which streamlines the workflow, leading to a reduced workload for the GP and clinicians.

  • Salaried GP

    • Ipswich, Suffolk
    • £10,400 - £11,500 per session + 6 weeks holiday + BH + 1 week study leave + Indemnity + NHS Pension
    • Major Recruitment

    Join a forward thinking practice where you have full administration support as well as protected administration time

  • Salaried GP

    • Southend-on-Sea, Essex
    • £40,000 - £100,000 Per Annum + NHS Pension + Indemnity + Study + Paid Leave + Development
    • Major Recruitment

    Good remuneration, administration support, infrastructure, job satisfaction and a common goal which all team members are working towards

  • Salaried GP

    • Oldham, Greater Manchester
    • £9250 - £9500 Per Session Per Annum + NHS Pension + 35 Days Annual Leave + 1 Week Study
    • Major Recruitment

    CQC rating OUTSTANDING with an extremely forward thinking strategy and innovative primary care model