Accident & Emergency Locum Vacancies – August 2017

2 days left

United Kingdom
30 Jun 2017
28 Jul 2017
SHO / FY2 / Registrar / Middle Grade
Emergency medicine
Contract Type

Numerous Emergency Departments throughout the United Kingdom are recruiting for FY2 / SHO / Middle Grade /  Registrar Doctors to fill short and long-term rota gaps from August 2017.

Emergency Departments can foresee a staff deficit and are currently seeking experienced Doctors to help fill their outstanding vacancies.

The locum vacancies are fantastic opportunities for Accident & Emergency Doctors who have availability for one month or longer to work in a location of their choice whilst earning generous weekly payments.

On average locum doctors work 160 hours per month. Additional hours are usually available should the locum doctor wish to increase them.

On-site hospital accommodation is usually available and travel expenses can occasionally be reimbursed.

Locum Benefits:

  •   Hourly pay
  •   Earn a lucrative sum of money whilst exploring hospitals and possible permanent work locations
  •   Potentially create a better work–life balance
  •   More time for study leave
  •   Flexible holidays
  •   Negotiable contract length and rota

  RIG Locums can support Doctors with their appraisal and revalidation.

If you are an experienced Accident & Emergency Doctor interested in working on a locum basis, please contact Chloe Cummins for more information on the opportunities available to you – M: 07876 835 758, T: 0800 690 6044, or E:

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