By proceeding to access this Service you agree to be legally bound by the terms of this Acceptable Use Policy. This Acceptable Use Policy sets out the terms and conditions for use of the NHS Jobs Service provided by the Department of Health.
"We" / "Us" means the Department of Health which provides NHS Jobs via its contractor Evenbase Recruitment Ltd (formerly known as Jobsite UK).
You must provide a valid personal email address when you register with NHS Jobs and again for each application you submit.
If you supply an incorrect email address then you will not receive messages sent by NHS Jobs in connection with your account, nor will you receive messages sent in relation to an application by the recruiter. We do not guarantee reliability of email and you should check the status of any application on NHS Jobs or with the employer if you are concerned.
If you supply an UK mobile phone then NHS Jobs may send you reminders of interview dates and selected other events via SMS text. Please be advised that we cannot guarantee that SMS text messages will always be delivered, so you should not rely upon reminders and notifications sent via SMS.
Passwords should be kept in a secure environment and not shared. Any suspected breaches of security should be reported to the NHS Jobs help desk immediately.
If you want to be considered for a position advertised on NHS Jobs you must complete and submit an application for that position through NHS Jobs. Please contact the recruiting employer for assistance if you are unable to apply online.
A recruiting employer will normally only consider your application if it meets the requirements published in the job advert and person specification.
The information you provide in your applications must be truthful, complete and accurate. A declaration is included in the application form on NHS Jobs which, when agreed to on submission of the application form, is considered valid and binding.
Your job application and any other material you enter into NHS Jobs must not include any material that is false, misleading, defamatory, discriminatory, threatening, offensive, abusive, likely to cause someone anxiety or distress, encourages violence or racial or religious hatred, blasphemous, pornographic, in breach of confidence, in breach of privacy, unlawful, harassing, libellous, abusive, threatening, harmful, vulgar, obscene, or otherwise objectionable.
You must not post material which is technically harmful (including, without limitation, computer viruses, or other malicious software).
Vacancies are advertised on NHS Jobs by recruiting employers. We are not responsible for the content of those adverts or the conduct of the recruiting employers using NHS Jobs.
If you have queries related to an advert you should contact the recruiting employer which placed the advert.
Applications are assessed by the recruiting employer and all decisions relating to applications are taken by the recruiting employer and not by us. Any requests for information relating to your application should be addressed to the recruiting employer directly.
We will not be responsible, or liable to any third party, for the content or accuracy of any materials submitted by you.
Job applications are retained on NHS Jobs for 13 months after the recruitment has been closed but may be deleted after that date. If you need to be sure of accessing a copy of an application form after 13 months then you must print or otherwise make a copy of the application form and retain it yourself.
Your data will be held securely and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
NHS Jobs has an interface to the Electronic Staff Record System (ESR) which is a payroll and human resources system used by most NHS organisations and by a number of other organisations providing NHS services. The data you submit to NHS Jobs may be transferred to ESR for the purposes of: establishing the human resources and payroll record; completing the recruitment process or parts of the process on ESR; or for reporting purposes such as equal opportunity monitoring.
The data you submit to NHS Jobs as part of your job application may be downloaded and transferred to the employer’s own system where an employer chooses to complete the recruitment process using their own system.
If you apply for a job on NHS Jobs then the employer which advertised the job will have access to your application and any other material you submit in support of the application. Employers may copy and hold some or all of this data locally in their own systems to facilitate their administration of the recruitment exercise.
We shall not be liable if for any reason NHS Jobs is unavailable at any time or for any period.
We may restrict access to all or some parts of NHS Jobs to users who have registered with us.
We reserve the right to restrict or deny you access to all or some parts of NHS Jobs if,in our opinion, you have failed to comply with this Acceptable Use Policy.
The Department of Health and Evenbase Recruitment Ltd (formerly known as Jobsite UK) are the owners or licensees of the intellectual property rights in NHS Jobs and the material published there on. Those works are protected by copyright laws and treaties around the world. All such rights are reserved.
You may print and download extracts from NHS Jobs for personal non-commercial use on the following basis:
And you agree not to:
We are not liable or responsible for any third party content on NHS Jobs. Third party content includes, for example, material posted by other users of NHS Jobs and job vacancy advertisements.
Where NHS Jobs contains links to other sites and resources which are provided by third parties, these links and resources are provided for your information only and you access them at your own risk. We are not liable or responsible for the content of third party sites or resources.
The Jobs by Email service matches a job seeker’s requirements for employment with the profile of vacancies on NHS Jobs. Job seekers who subscribe to this service receive an email listing those jobs that match the criteria identified by them. Job seekers can change the strings at any time, or unsubscribe from the Jobs by Email service at any time.
The material contained on NHS Jobs is for information purposes only and does not constitute advice. You should carry out your own check in respect of any information on NHS Jobs and use your own judgement before doing or not doing anything on the basis of what you see. Unless expressly stated in writing by us or required by law, we give no warranties of any kind in relation to the materials on NHS Jobs.
We are not liable for:
We are not responsible if you experience difficulty accessing NHS Jobs because of any event outside our control (e.g. the performance of your or our internet service provider, your browser or the internet.)
The NHS Jobs service relies in part on software to work. Whilst we monitor NHS Jobs and try to fix bugs promptly we do not guarantee that NHS Jobs will be error free, available all the time and/or free from viruses.
Nothing in this Acceptable Use Policy affects any liability which we may have for death or personal injury arising from our negligence, fraud or any other liability which cannot be excluded or limited by law.
If any part or provision of this Acceptable Use Policy is found to be unlawful or unenforceable, this shall not affect the validity of any other part or provision. Applicable Law and Jurisdiction
NHS Jobs is governed in accordance with the law of England and Wales and any claim brought by you arising from, or related to, use of NHS Jobs shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.
If the Department of Health decide to change this Acceptable Use Policy, you will be notified through NHS Jobs.