Locum Services of the UK (LSUK) has Locum Doctors jobs in the Cardiff area to fill a range of temporary staffing posts. A leading locum agency, LSUK’s service is 24-7, 365 days of the year. Doctors and healthcare providers working with LSUK can contact a member of the agency support team at any time of the day or night time.
Locum agency LSUK supports Cardiff hospitals, GP surgeries and other primary care services. Advanced compliance and staff selection systems ensure a precise match of medical staff skills with the specialisations and experience required. Safety is of the highest priority throughout the process. The service is supported by advanced ICT and specialist in-house support teams - with expertise in recruitment, compliance, management of staff and client support services as well.
LSUK is also recruiting in Bradford, Coventry, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Nottingham, Sheffield, Sunderland and Wakefield.
"LSUK was launched in 2009 to provide the same high quality locum agencies service that many medical staff and healthcare providers have enjoyed with us in South Africa for over 60 years," says a LSUK spokesperson.
Currently locum jobs selection in Cardiff and other locations is supported by the advanced Enterprise ICT system. It features unique staff management technology, the agency says, developed for doctors’ registration, compliance, selection and booking – resulting from over 100,000 hours of development time in-house over a six year period.
New system safeguards include selection of staff only after 100 per cent completion of registration - all relevant employment, training & CRB registrations and references must be fully confirmed and the staff work record validated and checked again. LSUK consultants can match the exact requirements of client healthcare service providers according to agency staff qualifications, experience and availability.
The registration of Cardiff doctors for locum agency jobs requires mandatory face-to-face interviews to confirm language ability; CRB checking; 23-page registration form, full details of career history & qualifications; four referees; original ‘right to work’, qualifications & training certificates; and an employer’s report.
Current medical job specialisations in Cardiff include: A&E Accident & emergency, acute stroke, anaesthetics, cardiology, dermatology, endocrinology, ENT & ophthalmology, Primary Care, GP general practice – also haematology, ITU Intensive Treatment, neurology, obstetrics and gynaecology, oncology, ophthalmology, orthopaedics, pathology, paediatrics, psychiatry - and radiology, rheumatology, surgical, urology and ultrasonography.
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