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General practitioner GP Locum Jobs in the Hinckley and Bosworth area
 
 
 
 
 Urgently Required: GMC-registered General Practitioners from any nationality for Locum Jobs, Permanent Positions and Out of Hours Work in the NHS - Hinckley and Bosworth Area
 
 Payment and Fees
 
 Permanent jobs in the NHS: approx. 50.000 - 80.000 GBP per year
 locum jobs in the NHS: on a weekly or monthly basis – payment by the hour: 200 pounds per session during normal working hours (3-4 hours)
 Night and weekend shifts (Out of Hours): Payment will be between 60 and 75 GBP.
 Requirements: specialist qualification with a certificate as General Practitioner, good knowledge of the English language (often an IELTS Test with a result of above 7 or even 7,5 will be required), self-confidence - you have to be able to work independently in unfamiliar surroundings and make decisions. Also: you will have to be prepared to face the paper mountain that is required for GMC registration
 Primary Care Trust responsible for Performers List Applications: Hinckley and Bosworth PCT
 
 ATTENTION, PLEASE: WE ARE PREPARING A REVOLUTIONARY PROJECT TO IMPROVE YOUR JOB OPPORTUNITIES AND YOUR PLANNING SECURITY FOR WORK IN THE UK
 
 Locum doctors of UK origin are very welcome to join us on this particular project!!
 
 German Medicine Net is currently preparing a major project together with a UK Strategic Health Authority (within reasonable distance from several London airports) to improve the number of your actually delivered assignments and to give you a lot more planning suecurity for that particular region.
 
 If you are already GMC registered you probably have already encountered some or all of the following problems associated with short-term assignments in the UK:
 
 last minute requests that drive you into a sudden hectic situation without any guarantee that you will actually get the job
 last minute cancellations
 no compensation for last-minute cancellations
 last minute chances of your actual hours, often to your disadvantage (suddenly you are supposed to work less hours than originally agreed, possibly because an English colleagues was found who took over the shift)
 insecurity about conditions and rates
 constantly changing fees depending on where you work
 ever-new bargaining about fees
 ever-new contact persons
 ever-new bargaining about reimbursement for travel and accommodation
 5 consecutive requests at short notice from several different agencies partially related to the same assignment and location bringing you into an embarassing position - especially as the whole assignment might very well be handed another doctor in the end.
 
 Your advantages if you wish to take part in our project (still confidential at the moment, as a number of details still needs to be agreed with our UK partner institution:
 
 greatly improved chances of getting assignments regularly
 greatly improved planning security on your side
 clarity about compensation for last minute cancellations
 increased clarity about fees or at least improved negotiating position
 increased clarity about reimbursement of travel and accommodation or at least improved negiating position
 Avoiding unnecessary and time-wasting double or triple requests regarding the same job
 greatly reduced chances of last-minute cancellations
 and other advantages already clearly recognisable
 
 PLEASE TAKE A FEW MINUTES TO ESTABLISH THE CONTACT TO US, SO THAT YOU WILL BE ABLE TO BE AMONGST THE FIRST GROUP OF GPs ELIGIBLE FOR THIS NEW PROJECT. IT IS COMPLETELY RISK-FREE FOR YOU
 
 Please click here to send us an email: contact@germanmedicine.net, and to get pre-registered for the project. We will then contact you immediately one all the details are clear - probably autumn 2005.
 
 Or copy our email-addresse contact@germanmedicine.net and paste it into the address line of your email program to write to us. You can also ring our phone + 49 761 888 730 or send us a fax under + 49 761 888 73 16.