Congratulations on your conditional offer of employment with Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust.
We want to ensure that everything is in place prior to you starting your new position with BSUH.
To ensure this, we invite you to attend an identification appointment with us.
You can book the next available appointment now, by following the link in your Conditional Offer.
The Conditional Offer will also provide information regarding the documentation you are required to bring with you to your appointment.
Paperwork and documentation
We need all completed paperwork / documentation at least six weeks prior to your start date, so that we have time to process your details. Therefore, you may need to complete and return the below listed paperwork before your identification appointment. If so, please return by email (scanned) or posted for the attention of the named person stated in your offer letter.
Please complete all of the below documents:
- Staff personal details form
- Declaration form
- Equal opportunities form
- New starter tax form – P46
- New starter pension form
Your appointment is subject to clearance by the Trust’s Occupational Health Department.
You must complete a pre-placement Occupational Health questionnaire.
Please send your completed questionnaire to: firstname.lastname@example.org including copies of your identified and validated (recognised UK/European provider clearance) TB, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Varicella Hepatitis B (SAG), Hepatitis C and HIV pathology reports.
Please note: If additional testing is required or full Occupational Health clearance has not been granted in time for your first working day, you may not be able to commence in post, resulting in a delay to your start date and remuneration.
Internal locum bank
If you plan to carry out additional locum work with BSUH or you are applying to join the internal locum bank only, please additionally complete:
Junior doctor handbook
- Annual leave personal record
- 2016 contract information for new doctors
- Safeguarding children and young people
- Guidance on Trust doctors hours of work