Joining the NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme puts you on the road to developing the skills and confidence you need to lead our organisation through its transformation into an ever more efficient, successful and professional health care service.
It’s a multi-award winning Scheme, where you’ll enjoy mentoring, support and first class training from some of the most brilliant minds in and outside the NHS. You’ll experience some truly life defining moments. You’ll influence decisions that improve the lives of millions of people. And, after two years (or two and a half if you opt for finance), you’ll be ready to take your career further than you thought possible.
If you share our commitment to providing a world-class healthcare service, and you have the determination and drive to meet challenges head-on, you will find success with the NHS.
Starting Salary: £23,818 (plus higher cost of living allowance where it’s applicable), and the opportunity to earn a 5% raise after both 12 and 24 months (Finance trainees only) subject to satisfactory performance in the role.
Entry Requirements: Minimum 2.2 any degree
Deadlines: Applications Closed for 2018
Graduate Jobs: 500
- Financial Management: needs to lead the way in helping the health service tackle financial challenges to get the best value for money and ensure we spend more on delivering our vital services to patients.
- General Management: colleagues work on the front line ensuring services are managed and delivered in the best possible way for patients.
- Health Analysis: colleagues work on the front line ensuring services are managed and delivered in the best possible way for patients.
- Health Informatics: colleagues work on the front line ensuring services are managed and delivered in the best possible way for patients.
- Human Resources: make sure we have the best workforce to deliver the best patient care, and to tackle the unprecedented change we’re going through.
- Policy and Strategy: create programmes that improve patient care through evidence-based policy, systems thinking and strategy development.
- The Department of Health & Social Care (DHSC): deals with issues that affect everyone – from preventing pandemics and funding social care, to helping the NHS use taxpayers’ money wisely, and reducing future needs by tackling childhood obesity.
The average salary on leaving the Scheme is currently between £27,000 and £37,000. You
can expect possible future earnings of up to £90,000 as a Director or £100,000 plus as a Chief Executive.
- Use their match-me tool to find out if leadership profile is for you: http://www.nhsgraduates.co.uk/the-scheme/is-this-for-me/
- Entry Requirements:
- Online application:
Now closed for applications 2018.
- Online Tests
Please note you can only submit one application to the NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme per intake. You can take a practice test for Situational Judgement, Verbal Reasoning, Numerical Reasoning, & Critical Reasoning.
If your application is successful you be invited to complete a video interview, which will consist of 12 questions.
Healthcare Leadership Model. Held in
- Assessment centre
Held in March in Leeds.