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Working at Mayday

Mayday Healthcare NHS Trust is an exciting and rewarding place to work.  

Mayday Hospital is in Croydon, which is one of the most diverse boroughs in London.  As an employer, we recognise and embrace the different cultures and languages spoken in Croydon and we recruit staff who reflect that diverse population, to ensure we meet the needs of our patients more closely.  

Stonewall icon black on whiteMayday is part of Stonewall’s Diversity Champions programme and is committed to improving the work place for lesbian, gay and bisexual staff. Mayday is also listed in Stonewall’s recruitment guide for students and job-switchers as a “gay friendly” employer.

See the Equality and Diversity page for more information.

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The Human Resources department at Mayday provides strategic support to the whole Trust.  HR has overall responsibility for administering recruitment & selection, appraisal, staff development and training, understanding and implementing employment legislation and the welfare of staff.

All information relating to recruitment is held in accordance with the Data Protection Act.

The Recruitment Bureau manages the recruitment process for all our non-medical vacancies . You can call them on 020 8401 3354.

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HR also manages all substantive and locum medical recruitment.  If you wish to apply for locum bank opportunities please email your CV to mylene.mattus@mayday.nhs.uk.

Clinical attachments

We currently do not have any vacancies for clinical attachments in any specialty and are unable to process any applications.

If you are interested in applying for medical posts please go to www.bmjcareers.co.uk. If you wish to apply for a permanent position at Mayday, please see the vacancies section of the site to view the posts and find one that meets your career aspirations, practical experience and academic skills.  Please note that we are unable to hold CV’s on a speculative basis.

If you want to gain work experience within the hospital, please see the Volunteers section of the website. 

If you would like to find out more information about working in the UK National Heath Service (NHS) please click see extensive information at www.nhscareers.nhs.uk

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