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Found 1 Scotland, Permanent, Direct Employer job for £40,000 - £49,999

  • Consultant Psychiatrist Adult Inpatient

    • Basildon, Essex
    • £79,860 to £107,668
    • Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust

    Based at the Mental Health Unit at Basildon Hospital, this post includes consultant responsibility for 10 beds on an acute psychiatric admission ward

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  • Consultant Psychiatrist Adult Inpatient

    • Harlow, Essex
    • £79,860 to £107,668 pa
    • Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust

    Based at the Mental Health Unit at Basildon Hospital, this post includes consultant responsibility for 10 beds on an acute psychiatric admission ward

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  • GP Partner

    • Thetford, Norfolk
    • On Application
    • Robert Howes-Ward

    School Lane Surgery has long been established in Thetford as one of two large practices in the town.  We form part of The Breckland Alliance Primar...

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  • LAT's in General Adult Psychiatry

    • Dundee, Dundee City
    • £34,125 - £50,563 per annum
    • NHS Tayside

    FIIXED TERM SPECIALTY REGISTRAR LATs IN GENERAL ADULT PSYCHIATRY (LOCUM APPOINTMENTS FOR TRAINING)   A number of LAT positions are available within...

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