If you’re considering applying for new GP jobs – or indeed other jobs in healthcare, then you may have browsed potential vacancies online. But according to recent research carried out by Prospect Health, it appears that the nature of our search for jobs is changing. In the 12 months to February 2016, 26.69% of all job seeking sessions were on a mobile browser. This represented an increase of 10.61% compared to the 12 months before (ending February 2015).
Have you read our optical workplace survey detailing the changing market share of independent and multiple practices? In it we looked at some of the possible reasons why independents lost 12% of the market share between 2010 and 2014 – particularly as this was a time that saw the overall market size increase by almost 15%.
At Prospect Health, we feel it’s really important to nurture optical and pre-registration students as they forge their way towards their careers. We are also passionate about supporting charities that cover important optical issues.
If you don't live in or close to Harrogate (and not all of us are that fortunate!) then you may have missed the interview that Leigh Skinner, our managing director at Prospect Health, gave to the Harrogate Advertiser.
We’ve all had days at work that we’d rather forget. Sometimes these bad patches can even extend over a slightly longer period, perhaps for a particular task or project – and people in medical devices jobs are just as susceptible as those in other areas of healthcare.
If you’ve thought about doctor jobs in the UAE or even another country outside the UK, then you’re not alone. But relocation to the United Arab Emirates is obviously a huge consideration, and many people looking at doctor jobs in the UAE are presented with rumours and other mixed messages.
If you’re considering new career opportunities, whether in Care Home Manager jobs or in other areas of healthcare, then you’ll want your CV to be at its best. It’s crucial that it includes all of your skills and achievements – and even more crucial that it explains them properly, so employers can see your potential within seconds.
The NHS is going through a very tough time at the moment. Whether because of the controversial contract for junior doctors or the equally contentious decision to abolish nursing bursaries, its struggles are never far from the headlines. Every sector appears to be having its own very real problems, and General Practice is unfortunately no exception.