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Found 7 Permanent jobs

  • Salaried GP

    • Barking, London (Greater)
    • £10,000-£10,500 per session + NHS Pension + Indemnity + 6 weeks Holiday + BH + 1 Week Study Leave
    • Major Recruitment

    BE the difference, as a respected Salaried GP, within this practice.

  • Salaried GP

    • Wandsworth, London (Greater)
    • £10,000-£10,500 per session + NHS Pension + Indemnity + 6 weeks Holiday + BH + 1 Week Study Leave
    • Major Recruitment

    This would suit a Salaried GP who is happy to face a challenge yet be rewarded for it, whilst remaining dedicated to the development of the practice.

  • Salaried GP

    • Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
    • £10,000-£10,500 per session + NHS Pension + Indemnity + 6 weeks Holiday + BH + 1 Week Study Leave
    • Major Recruitment

    What comes with this?  Good remuneration, administration support, infrastructure and job satisfaction!

  • Salaried GP

    • Luton, Bedfordshire
    • £10,000-£10,500 per session + NHS Pension + Indemnity + 6 weeks Holiday + BH + 1 Week Study Leave
    • Major Recruitment

    What comes with this?  Good remuneration, administration support, infrastructure and job satisfaction!

  • Clinical Lead Salaried GP

    • London (Central), London (Greater)
    • £10500-£11,000 per session + NHS Pension + Indemnity + 6 weeks Holiday + BH + 1 Week Study Leave
    • Major Recruitment

    Are you a Salaried GP who wants to make a real difference? Tired of the old way of working? 

  • Salaried GP

    • Bracknell, Berkshire
    • £85,000 - £95,000 + Indemnity
    • Major Recruitment

    Superb Salaried GP opportunity; Full/Part Time considered; Gain more from your role with efficient & effective systems of working/workload management

  • Salaried GP

    • London (Central)
    • £9500 - £10,000 per session per annum + 6 weeks holiday + study leave + Indemnity
    • Major Recruitment

    What makes a great General Practice to be a Salaried GP in?  I have been told it is the facilities, the people, autonomy, support and a kind workload!