Candidate FAQs

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To apply for a position, navigate to the jobs search page, identity the role of interest to you and submit your application. Be sure to connect with the Recruitment Consultant advertising the role on LinkedIn also, to ensure that you keep informed of the latest market insights and opportunities. If you can’t see the right role advertised reach out to the consultant

Not all of our active roles are advertised due to the nature of our specialisms some roles are not publicly advertised.

Firstly, a congratulatory conversation from your consultant, and then you will be guided through our onboarding process and pre-employment checks again retaining your dedicated Consultant as your point of contact.

If you submitted an application, but did not secure the position, your application will be retained in our database for future reference. We would reach out to you if a suitable opportunity arises that matches your skillet and motivations. However, we recommend keeping in regular contact with your consultant to keep informed of the latest opportunities.

Yes, we do have both contract and permanent opportunities available for candidates.

Get in touch via our website contact form and we will connect you with the right expert. Equally, you can visit our dedicated consultant pages and reach out to a consultant directly.

We offer a range of contract opportunities with both NHS and private healthcare clients. Our contracts vary in duration, project scope, and client requirements. We can provide information on specific contract roles available now and those in the pipeline. It is best to reach out in plenty advance of the end of your contract to ensure that you secure another contract opportunity in close succession.

Yes we do have contracts available that are declared inside IR35 or outside of IR35.

Yes all of our contractors working within the NHS are required by the NHS to have a valid DBS. However, if you are offered the position and you do not have a DBS we support you to obtain this at the point of offer acceptance.

We are the recruitment experts and it is our job to understand the rates associated with the positions we recruit for, based on a number of factors including market and industry norms, the role definition, the IR35 status of the position, and the contractor's requirements, skills and experience. We take all these factors into consideration when negotiating rates with clients on behalf of our contractors.

Your skills and expertise gain visibility with our expansive network of clients as we work on your behalf to actively represent you in the market, all whilst you continue to focus on delivering on projects. We provide contract negotiations, guidance on industry trends, and ongoing support throughout your contract assignments.

The process is simple. It all starts with a discovery call, the aim of which is to understand your skills, experience and motivations.

We provide ongoing support during your contract assignment, including assistance with contract negotiations, supporting you with compliance requirements, facilitating communication between you and the client, and addressing any issues or challenges that may arise throughout the contract duration. We are not a volume based recruitment company and have built a reputation in the market by building relationships with our candidates. 90% of our contractors are placed on multiple assignments, which we feel is proof of our long-term commitment to contractors.

Yes, as a contractor, you have the flexibility to work with multiple clients simultaneously, depending on your availability.

No, we operate a self-billing model. This means that our contractors complete a timesheet online; the timesheet serves as a record of the hours worked on specific tasks or projects, providing a basis for accurate invoicing, client billing, and project tracking. Our client approves it via one click approval and we issue our contractor with a remittance.

We use Edengroup’s self-billing solution to operate our online timesheeting portal.

Yes we do operate both, weekly and monthly payment profiles.

Timesheets need to be submitted in alignment with your payment profile so either weekly or monthly.

Our timesheet deadline is every Tuesday at 12:00pm. All timesheets for previous weeks worked that have been approved by a client ahead of this time will be processed for payroll.

The client is responsible for approving our contractor timesheets. Our consultant is responsible for establishing a dedicated client for approval of each contractors timesheet, and also a secondary authoriser to cover absence by the primary authoriser. 

Contractors receive a notification once a timesheet has been approved via email.

Yes we do work with contractors who operate either via a Ltd company or an umbrella company.

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