The Postgraduate Dean confirms that these placements and/or programmes have the required educational and Dean's approval.
Right to work in the UK
Doctors who are not UK or EEA nationals and whose immigration status entitles them to work without restriction in the UK will be considered on an equal basis with UK and EEA nationals. Other non-UK or non-EEA nationals with limited leave to remain in the UK and whose employment will require Tier 2 sponsorship are subject to the resident labour market test and may only be considered if there is no suitable UK/EEA candidate or a candidate with an eligible visa for the post. Evidence of immigration status should normally consist of a date-stamped passport and accompanying letter from the Home Office. Please visit the UK Visas and Immigration website for more information.
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks (formally Criminal Record Bureau checks)
Successful candidates will be required to apply for a DBS check.
Equality & diversity
We are committed to equality of opportunity and diversity in employment. Applications are welcomed from all sectors of the community and we aim to recruit a diverse workforce that reflects the people we serve.
Complaints and appeals
Complaints and appeals to the public health national recruitment process can be submitted and assessed against a transparent hearing process. For complaints relating to national recruitment activity, the lead recruiter is responsible for managing and 'owning' the complaints. It is their responsibility to liaise with Health Education England (HEE) local offices and deaneries to ensure complaints are managed in line with the national complaints procedure. Applicants should address complaints confidentially to Marcia Reid at the address below or via email to
Head of Recruitment and Programmes
Health Education East Midlands
1 Mere Way
Nottinghamshire NG11 6JS