NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme (GMTS)
We take your future seriously. We’ve invested time and resources into developing the tools, training, techniques and commitment to diversity that are essential to shaping our leaders of the future. If you are a graduate committed to our vision, with passion, resilience and determination, here's where you can really make a difference. Every stage of the application process is designed to assess your relevant skills, experience and behaviours against the NHS Healthcare Leadership Model.
The Scheme has 7 specialisms and applicants can choose one of the following:
- Finance Graduate Management Training Scheme
- General Management Graduate Management Training Scheme
- Health Analysis Graduate Management Training Scheme
- Health Informatics Graduate Management Training Scheme
- Human Resources Graduate Management Training Scheme
- Policy & Strategy Graduate Management Training Scheme
- DHSC Health Policy Fast Track Scheme
- Our Scheme has a significant academic study element so, whichever specialism you choose, you’ll need a strong aptitude for assimilating, analysing and explaining complex concepts, data and statistics.
- We don’t require any specific work experience for our Graduate Management Training Scheme. However, any tangible examples of work experience (paid or unpaid) you can gain will be helpful at the interview stage.
- As well as the specific requirements for each scheme, we ask for at least a 2:2 degree in any subject. Some degree equivalents are also acceptable. To be eligible for our Department of Health and Social Care Policy Fast Track Scheme you need to have at least a 2.1 degree, in any subject.
- OR A postgraduate qualification (MBA, Masters, PhD)
- OR Degree level equivalent qualifications that are health or management related, such as:
- NVQ Level 5 in Management
- Diploma in Management Studies (DMS)
- Diploma in Nursing, Midwifery or Health Visiting (Dip HE Nursing) etc.
- Diploma from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
- Diploma in Speech & Language Therapy
- Diploma from the College of Occupational Therapy (DipCOT)
- Diploma from the College of Radiographers (DCR)
- Diploma in Social Work (DSW) or the Certificate of Qualification in Social Work (CQSW)
You must be able to complete a video interview between 3rd January -21st January 2019.
You should also be able to attend an assessment centre in Leeds between 11th – 29th March 2019, and be available to start on 19th September 2019.
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