Supporting NHS and private healthcare organisations

Locum & Permanent Staffing 

Latest Jobs

£12.91 - 13.50 per hour,
Greater Manchester
QualityLS are looking to recruit a Band 3 ATO/Dispenser to work in a hospital based in Manchester Full time - Monday to Friday - from ASAP for 3 months initially. Hospital experience is essential for this position, general hospital labelling/dispensing duties. If the hospital is unable to provide accommodation, QualityLS are happy to recommend local accommodation providers if required. ...

Johanna Le Corre

Pharmacy Recruitment Consultant
020 4526 1796
More jobs
£28 - 32 per hour,
Berkshire
Locum Hospital Occupational Therapist Band 7 In Slough Band 6 or 7. This position will be based in an acute setting, experience in discharge planning and admission prevention are required. Start Date: ASAP End Date: 3 months Full time

Michael Singleton

Business Development Manager
01992 248 090
More jobs
PAYE + WTR = £26.72/hour,
Cheshire
QualityLS are looking to recruit a Band 7 Clinical Pharmacist to work in a hospital based in Warrington. Full time - Monday to Friday - ASAP To cover general and medical surgical wards, with dispensary slots. Hospital experience is essential for this position.

Johanna Le Corre

Pharmacy Recruitment Consultant
020 4526 1796
More jobs
PAYE+WTR: £26.72/hour,
West Midlands
QualityLS are looking to recruit a Band 7 Aseptic Pharmacist to work in a hospital based in Birmingham. Full time - Monday to Friday - from ASAP for 3 months initially. Experience working in an aseptic unit and releasing compounded doses of chemotherapy is essential for this position. If the hospital is unable to provide accommodation, QualityLS are happy to recommend local accommodation ...

Johanna Le Corre

Pharmacy Recruitment Consultant
020 4526 1796
More jobs
£25 - 32 per hour,
Berkshire
Band 6 or 7. Manage a full-time case load within the community rehab inpatient ward. Assessment, treatment planning and intervention, discharge planning and onward referral. There will be access visits required for this role which is not many and car driver preferable but not essential. Start Date: ASAP End Date: 3 months Full time - 8am - 4pm Monday - Friday

Michael Singleton

Business Development Manager
01992 248 090
More jobs
PAYE+WTR: £31.17/Hour,
Cambridgeshire
QualityLS are looking to recruit a Band 8a Specialist Pharmacist to work in a hospital based in Cambridge. Full time - Monday to Friday - from ASAP for 3 months initially. Quality Assurance experience essential PAYE rate £27.81 + Holiday rate £3.36 = £31.17/hour - Estimated take home £780-840 per week Job Reference : JO0000002577

Johanna Le Corre

Pharmacy Recruitment Consultant
020 4526 1796
More jobs

Our Sectors

Theatre Nursing
View our sector page for more.
Ward Nursing
View our sector page for more.
Midwifes
View our sector page for more.
Mental Health Nursing
View our sector page for more.
Clinical Pharmacy

View our sector page for more.

Radiography
View our sector page for more..
Physiotherapy
View our sector page for more.
Occupational Therapy
View our sector page for more.

Meet the Team

Chantelle UrquhartManaging Director / Consultant

Steven ConwayDirector /CTO

Johanna Le CorrePharmacy Recruitment Consultant

Knowledge Hub

Clinical and Health Care Staffing framework

The framework is an expansion of the Collaborative Procurement Partnership (CPP) National Clinical Staffing and Crown Commercial Service Multidisciplinary Temporary Healthcare Personnel frameworks which are due to expire in February 2021. It is aimed at offering trusts further support in the recruitment of temporary healthcare staffing services.
Read More

Limited Company/ Uplifted / Gross Pay / Net Pay/ PAYE

Limited companies in the NHS temporary workforce are a thing of the past (and come April, the temporary workforce in private sectors too), so why are all agencies still advertising ‘limited’ or ‘uplifted’ rates.
Read More

Nursing recruitment has changed

Nursing recruitment has changed over the past years in so many ways. There is an obvious shortage of nurses across all specialties UK wide, and when you consider the natural ageing of experienced nurses in the profession, coupled with far fewer new nurses qualifying you can understand why nurses are in such demand.
Read More