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Programme Preferences

Based on applicant feedback for 2016 recruitment applicants will be able to preference at a more detailed geographical level during Round 1 and 2. This will allow applicants to preference at GP Programme level e.g. Nottingham, Clumber Park or Chesterfield rather than the East Midlands

Allocation to programme area will be via Oriel.

Health Education England, East Midlands has 112 vacancies for Round 1 Re-advert General Practice recruitment. Details are below of vacancies within our local programmes.

For Round 1 GP recruitment (August 2017 start) applicants at ST1 level are invited to apply for overseas experience placements as part of their GP training. Please click on the link for more information https://gprecruitment.hee.nhs.uk/Recruitment/GHF

Programme

Standard ST rotations

 Global Health Vacancies

 ACF

Derby

10

 1

 0

Chesterfield

22

 0

 0

Clumber Park

9

 1

 0

Kettering and Northampton

24

 2

 0

Leicestershire

3

 1

 0

Lincolnshire (Boston, Lincoln)

24

2 0

Nottingham

3

 0

 0

Sherwood Forest (Mansfield)

10

 0

 0

Total

105

7 0

 

The figures above should be used as a guidance tool.

 

Targeted Enhanced Recruitment Scheme: Health Education England - East Midlands. Allocation to rotations process.

This scheme offers a one off payment (salary support[1]) of £20,000 to GP trainees committed to working in a select number of training places within the East Midlands , that have been hard to recruit to for the past three years. These areas  have an extremely good track record for education, but are initially less popular mainly because of their geographical location. However, those trainees that do come to these areas often stay on after training, as they discover these locations’ hidden attractions, including beautiful countryside and cheap housing

For East Midlands the areas offering this are in Sherwood Forest & Lincolnshire. Whereas previously each trainee allocated to a TERS area received the £20,000, from 2017 these are only offered to part of the programme & rotations on offer. In Lincolnshire there are 36 rotations however only 16 will have a TERS attached. In Sherwood Forest there are 24 rotations and 12 will attract a TERS.

Please note that all Sherwood Forest Rotations filled during Round 1 & therefore no TERS rotations are available in Round 1b only standard ST1 rotations.

For Lincolnshire all TERS rotations for Lincoln also filled, there are still places with a TERS attached to some rotations in Boston. There are also non TERS rotations available throughout Lincolnshire (Boston & Lincoln).

Rotations for Lincolnshire can be found here.

Allocations will work as follows;

Round 1b offers to Training Programmes (Lincolnshire ) will be made via Oriel by GPNRO where you will have 48 hours to accept, decline or hold. Clearly this means at the point of accepting a placement, unless you had achieved the bypass score and been exempted from Selection Centre, you will not be aware whether you are going to receive the salary support of TERS.

Once all offers have been accepted & the upgrade deadline of 5th May has passed, you will then be asked to rank the available rotations via Oriel. Applicants will be ranked in the same ways as initial offers are made i.e. based on their performance throughout the selection process. Applicants who qualified for the Direct Pathway to Offers will be ranked first, above those who were deemed appointable via the Selection Centre. Allocations will then be made in rank order based on national ranking.

Rotations which attract a TERS payment will be fixed and there will be no flexibility to either change the order of posts or the actual speciality of posts.

 

 

 

[1] TERS has formerly been referred to as a bursary but it is treated by HMRC as Salary Support and will be subject to normal taxation rules. If you have concerns about how this will affect you individually we recommend you seek professional advice.