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We have an incredible team all working collaboratively to care for our patients.  With over 350 different careers available in the NHS, there is a job for everyone.

If you value qualities such as compassion, respect, high standards, and a commitment to continuous improvement, Mid Yorks could be the perfect fit for you.

All our job openings are posted on NHS Jobs, and we actively recruit year-round, catering to a diverse range of candidates, from school leavers to career changers.

We offer positions across a wide range of fields including nursing, administration, pharmacy, radiography, medical, IT support, estates management, portering, security, and many more. Join us and make a difference.

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You can find out more about how to apply for a role with us and tips on submitting your application in the information provided below.

Applying for a job at Mid Yorkshire

The application process

To apply for a job with us you will need to register online at NHS Jobs

NHS Jobs gives you access to vacancies across the NHS and you can set your preference to search for jobs at Mid Yorkshire.

Closing dates

Closing dates vary depending on the role. If a closing date is not given, it means the job advertisement will close as soon as there are sufficient numbers of applicants. 

Make sure you submit your application in good time as applications will not be accepted after the closing date has passed or once a significant number of applications have been received.

Selected for interview

If you have been shortlisted, you will be contacted online, via your NHS Jobs account and invited to interview. Your interview may be conducted virtually, or in person - please ensure you read your invite thoroughly as this will explain all the details you need, including information regarding any other assessments and the documents required on the day.

It’s important that you accept your invitation via your NHS Jobs account so that the interview panel know to expect you.

If you apply for a position and your application is not shortlisted, you will receive an update via your NHS Jobs account. Our Recruitment Team will also send you an email confirming who you can contact to obtain feedback.

After your interview

Following your interview you will be contacted by a member of the selection panel, who will provide feedback and confirm your outcome.

If you are successful, the Recruitment Team will issue you with a Conditional Offer and explain the next steps in the process. This will include details of the pre-employment checks required for your role. Please ensure you keep in touch with the Recruitment Team throughout this period to help us ensure you can commence in post as soon as possible.

Submitting your application

When applying for a job at Mid Yorkshire, you need to make sure your application form gives you the best possible chance of being shortlisted for the position you are applying for.

The following tips should help you submit a good application:

  • Read the job description and person specification thoroughly
  • Take time to think about how you match the requirements, particularly the essential criteria stated on the person specification.
  • Consider how well you can see yourself carrying out the duties written in the job description. The thought that you put into this beforehand will help you with your application and your interview, should you be shortlisted
  • Make sure you complete all parts of the application form as thoroughly as possible, reading the instructions carefully as you go along.
  • We do not accept CVs as part of the application process –we ask you to fill in an application form to ensure all applications are consistent, are scored in line with employment standards and include all the information we need
  • Ensure you write about the relevant skills you have, tailoring your application to the post you are applying for.
  • Refer to the person specification and provide examples of how you have demonstrated each of the essential criteria in the past. Your experiences don’t have to be directly related to working life, but be as in-depth as your word limit allows you to be
  • When shortlisting is undertaken, your application will be anonymous to the Recruiting Manager. They will use the details regarding your qualifications, employment history and supporting information to determine your suitability for the post. However, your personal details and information submitted under ‘Monitoring Information’ will be confidential and used for administrative purposes only
  • Before you submit your application, read it thoroughly and read again! Check it for any mistakes and for spelling errors
  • Take note of the closing date to be sure you do not miss out. If a closing date is given, submit your application in good time. If a closing date is not given, it means that the job advertisement will close as soon as there are enough applicants, so you should submit as soon as you have proof read it and are happy with the content
  • Good luck!