If you’re looking for salaried GP jobs, look no further. They pay between £8,000 and £11,500 per session – which is defined as four hours and ten minutes of clinical work – depending upon your experience and where in the UK the vacancy is.
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There’s huge demand for GPs across the country and we have new salaried GP jobs every week, so get in touch.
Salaried GP Up to £10,000 per session in Sunderland
A CQC rated "GOOD" surgery in Sunderland are looking for a Salaried GP to...
Salaried GP Up to £10,000 per session in Bedford
Salaried GP - Up to £10,250 per session - Up to 8 sessions - Bedford A CQC rated "GOOD" surgery in...
Salaried GP up to £10,000 per session in Hull
A CQC rated GOOD practice in Hull is seeking a GP to join their team on a permanent basis. The practice is...
Salaried GP Up to £9,900 per session in Wakefield
A CQC rated GOOD practice in Wakefield is seeking a GP to join their team on a permanent basis. The practice...
Salaried GP up to £10,000 per session Bristol
A CQC rated GOOD practice in Bristol is seeking a GP to join their team on a permanent basis. The practice is...
A salaried GP is someone who is employed by a practice or group for a set number of sessions and earns a salary.
Your annual salary will depend on how many sessions you work and your experience. However, the rate per session ranges from £8,000 - £11,500, dependent on geographic location.
A GP session is defined by the British Medical Association as four hours and ten minutes of clinical work.
As a locum, pay rates depend on how many sessions you work, what your work involves and where in the country you’re based. As there tends to be a greater concentration of GPs in larger cities, you’ll find that the pay rate is lower than in more rural areas of the country with fewer GPs. For locum GP practice work, daily rates are usually £650 to £800, but this can be higher in some areas.
First of all, celebrate! This is a big deal and you’ve worked hard to get to this position. Your certificate of completion of training means you’ve completed your UK training programme and you’re now eligible for entry onto the Specialist Register or GP Register. You’ll also need to apply to join the Performers List for the area of the UK you’re planning on working in. England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland all have individual registers and the process for applying differs in each devolved nation of the UK.
Our role is to find you work, whether as a locum or salaried GP. Registration support, career advice, assistance with compliance and training, payroll advice and support – MCG Healthcare will be with you every step of the way. We’ll keep in close contact with you and help resolve any issues you may encounter. We want to build a long-term relationship with you, so we’ll be here to offer support however we can.
The simple answer is that you might be, but MCG Healthcare currently only work with GP Practices who have determined the status of your role as outside IR35. Status determination statements are required for every role you undertake and we will notify you prior to engagement of the decision as to whether the roles sits inside or outside of IR35.
IR35 Legislation came into effect in the Private Sector in April 2021 after a 12 month delay due to Covid-19. IR35 is the UK’s anti-tax avoidance legislation that is designed to ensure that ‘disguised’ employees are taxed correctly. If you are viewed to be inside IR35 then you will be taxed at the same rate as a PAYE employee, this determination is made by the end user (employer) as the financial risk for any tax avoidance initially lays with them.
We do not currently offer Tier 2 sponsorship. We do work with practices across the UK who do offer Tier 2 sponsorship though.
Absolutely not. Aside from this being against GDPR, we believe that you should be in control of where your CV goes. We’ll always speak to you first about roles in surgeries and get your permission to send your CV across.
No, we do not currently work with sites offering remote work. Neither do we currently provide assistance in finding non-clinical roles.
For most locums, we pay weekly, one week in arrears on a Friday. There are some practices we work with who pay monthly. Before you accept work, we’ll let you know the specific pay arrangements we have with each practice.
Our compliance process is straightforward. We ask that you complete an online registration form. We also need to ensure that right to work checks, registration and certification checks are completed to keep you and our practices safe and to ensure we’re meeting our due diligence responsibilities. There are some variations as some clients require additional documents, but we’ll always ask for: