Jobs in Scottish Islands offering record Rs 1.5 cr salary; Check eligibility, how to apply & everything

The record salary is being offered by NHS executives in the Western Isles in an effort to solve a recruitment crisis at one of the remotest medical practices in the UK

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Remote & secluded Scottish Islands have issued job openings for doctors to work there with a staggering salary of more than Rs 1.5 crore per annum. As per UK media reports, the record salary is being offered by NHS executives in the Western Isles in an effort to solve a recruitment crisis at one of the remotest medical practices in the UK, serving the dispersed communities of the Uists and Benbecula. Uists & Benbecula's job hiring is grabbing global headlines for the past few days and many are wondering how to apply for Scottish Islands jobs? Below is everything about doctors hiring in Benbecula & Uists- 

 

How to apply for Benbecula & Uists doctors recruitment?

 

Doctors’ surgeries across rural Scotland have been struggling to recruit GPs. The Western Isles is among the areas worst affected, and there are fears that the shortage will worsen already significant health inequalities and depopulation across the islands.

 

As per NHS Scotland, Salary for hired GP will vary from £69,993 - £104,469. The hiring is in Medical and Dental. Job locations are Uist & Barra Hospital. If hired it will be a permanent job and you are expected to work 40-hours/week. Last date to apply for Scottish Jobs is 14 March, 2024. To apply for Uist & Barra Hospital jobs, visit NHS Scotland's Official Website

 

The firm's official website says, "NHS Scotland is committed to encouraging equality and diversity among our workforce and eliminating unlawful discrimination. The aim is for our workforce to be truly representative and for each employee to feel respected and able to give their best. To this end, NHS Scotland welcomes applications from all sections of society."


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