We've published a range of information and resources to support employers with the new NHS Jobs service.
Latest system release information
This is the latest system release information for the NHS Jobs service:
Release information for August 2020NHS Jobs system release for employers - 7 August 2020 (PDF: 8.33KB)
Release information for July 2020
Release information for June 2020
How to access the new NHS Jobs service
You should have received an email from NHS Jobs. This will have been sent to the email address you provided under the System Administration section on your account creation form. This email will contain the link to the system.
We recommend that you save this link as a favourite or bookmark it in your browser so that you can easily access it again.
The employer hub
The employer hub is for users of NHS Jobs. Through the employer hub, you can sign into your employer dashboard, see frequently asked questions (FAQs) and access different help and support links.
Resources to help you use the employer hub in NHS JobsHow to use the employer hub in NHS Jobs - user guide (PDF: 211KB)
NHS Jobs will send confirmation of your username and password to the email address you provided.
Resources to help you sign in
Choosing a password
When you first log in, you’ll be prompted to change your password. Choose a secure password that only you know.
Your password needs to include:
- a number
- a mixture of upper and lowercase letters
- 12 characters or more
Resetting your password
If you’ve forgotten your password you can reset it yourself on the Sign in page.
Follow the Forgot your password link and enter your email address.
You’ll receive an email to your registered address with a password reset link.
Resources to help you reset your password
Your account will be locked if you enter your username or password incorrectly 5 times.
In this scenario, you'll need to wait 20 minutes before signing in and selecting Forgotten password to reset your password.
Learn how to manage users in your organisation.
The NHS Jobs roles that you can add, remove or change are:
- Super user
- Recruitment manager
Resources to help you manage users in NHS JobsHow to manage users in NHS Jobs - user guide (PDF: 395KB)
Manage at risk applicants
Learn how to identify applicants at risk of redundancy employed within their organisation.
The employer using NHS Jobs will easily identify these applicants once shortlisting has been completed with a status of at risk.
Resources to help you manage at risk applicants
Manage accredited logos
Learn how to manage accredited logos to display on all vacancies to applicants.
Resources to help you manage accredited logos
Create a vacancy
For users of NHS Jobs who need to create a vacancy.
To create a vacancy, you’ll need to confirm basic details about the role you’re recruiting for, including the job title and working hours.
The system will automatically ask you for these details during the Create Vacancy process.
In the new NHS Jobs service we’ll be testing how well the Create Vacancy journey works. We ask that you use the system as it is currently and provide feedback on how this works for you. Your feedback will make sure any new enhancements and functionality meet user needs.
Resources to help you create a vacancy in NHS JobsHow to create and publish a vacancy in NHS Jobs - user guide (PDF: 2.98MB)
Create a vacancy in NHS Jobs using ESR
For users of ESR and NHS Jobs who need to create a vacancy.
You'll need to create a position in ESR in advance of creating a vacancy using NHS Jobs.
It's essential that you're an ESR user with your NHS Jobs account enabled and linked to your correct VPD code. You'll need an active ESR Position for the Cost Centre Code and Job Title to be found using NHS Jobs.
Resources to help you create a vacancy in NHS Jobs using ESRHow to create a vacancy in NHS Jobs using ESR - user guide (PDF: 356KB)
Create a vacancy in NHS Jobs using Trac
For users of Trac and NHS Jobs who need to create a vacancy.
You'll need to create the vacancy in Trac for it to be transferred to NHS Jobs. In the current NHS Jobs service, applicants will be able to search for the vacancy. They'll be redirected to the new NHS Jobs service to view the full vacancy details. If applicants apply, they'll be redirected to Trac to complete and submit their application.
Resources to help you create a vacancy in NHS Jobs using TracHow to create a vacancy in NHS Jobs using Trac - user guide (PDF: 780KB)
Jobseekers will be able to search for vacancies using the current NHS Jobs service. Vacancies uploaded in the new NHS Jobs service will continue to appear in search results as normal.
If a jobseeker decides to apply for one of your roles, they’ll be automatically directed to the new NHS Jobs service to apply.
The two sites will run alongside each other and this will not affect your ability to recruit.
The NHS Jobs team has automated the two systems. This means once a vacancy is created it is available on both versions of the system.
Score your applicants
Employers are able to score applications online using the system or offline on paper before a job vacancy closes.
Resources to help you score applicants in NHS JobsHow to score applicants in NHS Jobs - user guide (PDF: 438KB)
Employers can shortlist applicants online using the online system or offline on paper.
Resources to help you shortlist applicantsHow to shortlist applicants in NHS Jobs - user guide (PDF: 309KB)
Invite your shortlist to interview
Employers are able to use the system for invite to interview.
Resources to help you create and invite applicants to interviewHow to invite your shortlist to interview in NHS Jobs - user guide (PDF 1.11MB)
Make offer to applicants
Employers are able to use the system to make an offer to single applicants.
Resources to help you make an offer to applicantsHow to make an offer in NHS Jobs - user guide (PDF: 748KB)
Contact and support
You can also contact the NHS Jobs team for support by:
Telephone: 0300 330 1013
We’re available Monday to Friday between 8am and 6pm and Saturday between 9am and 3pm.