Locum Jobs Application Documentation
Applying for locum work in the UK
Documents required for registration to apply for locum jobs
Once you have completed the registration process at our site you will be able to apply for locum jobs. We have listed the documents required to ensure that your application can be processed for locum jobs below.
Documents required for UK medical jobs
- Send us your updated CV relevant to UK medical jobs. Make sure there are no gaps of employment which are not explained. The CV must be contemporary and provide the required information in an easy to follow manner.
- Complete the Fresh Medical Recruitment Registration pack which includes registration details, Fitness to Practice declaration and a Health questionnaire.
- Proof of your registration with the GMC to practice as a doctor in the UK. Send us a copy of the GMC registration certificate.
- Proof of qualifications and training including post-graduate qualifications.
- Proof of membership at professional organizations and societies.
- Proof of identity. You will need any two forms of identification whether an ID card or document, driver’s licence or your birth certificate.
- Copy of your passport page. It also applies to UK nationals.
- Contact details of two referees in the speciality that you intend to work in from your previous and current employer.
- The references must be consultants.
- Two passport photos which must be recent and signed on the back.
- Recent (thus less than 12 months old) Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) Disclosure or a police clearance certificate from your country of residence if you have been living in the UK for a period of less than six months.
- Proof of eligibility to work in the UK. Please send a copy of your Visa. Include the home office letter that verifies the Visa status. Please indicate if you haven’t worked in the UK before. You will need to meet specific criteria with which we will assist you.
- Pathology report that includes the Hepatitis B & C status with titre levels. The pathology reports must be in printed copy format since typed or hand-written reports are not accepted by UK hospitals. The reports are obtainable from your occupational health department, private health centres or your GP.