Work for Us
Living and Working in Oxfordshire
Patients are at the centre of everything we do and in partnership with NHS and social care organisations across Oxfordshire, we work together for the benefit of local people. Through jobs across the NHS in Oxfordshire, our desire is to deliver high quality patient care and to make a positive difference to the lives of those people in our community.
- Do you want to work in a beautiful, prosperous county that boasts a vibrant sophisticated city, historic market towns and rural villages? With excellent transport links to London, outstanding cultural and academic connections and fantastic schools and local amenities?
- Do you want to explore an impressive portfolio of career options in general practice, including commissioning, research, education, mental health, and secondary and tertiary care specialities?
- Do you want to have a supportive local Clinical Commissioning Group who will provide regular GP training, help you find locum jobs and support your choice of portfolio career via their GP fellow scheme?
- Do you want to improve your work-life balance as a GP? In a county with a wealth of leisure activities from enticing shops, vibrant restaurants and bars, world class historic visitor attractions, theatres and arts venues, to a diverse range of sports and the great outdoors?
Oxford is home to an internationally-renowned university, one of the oldest continuous higher education facilities in the world. The University of Oxford has educated 28 Nobel Laureates and twenty-seven UK prime ministers, including eleven during the 20th and 21st centuries so far. Oxford also educated nine international leaders, including five monarchs. It attracts billions of pounds each year in research grants, the impact of which has led to innovations in health, business, the environment, culture and policy.
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUHFT) is a world renowned centre of clinical excellence and one of the largest NHS teaching trusts in the UK. It comprises four hospitals, three located in Oxford and the Horton General Hospital, Banbury. It provides a wide range of clinical services, specialist services (including cardiac, cancer, musculoskeletal and neurological rehabilitation) medical education, training and research. General practice is harder than ever, and more needed than ever, but prospective GPs and NHS staff can confidently consider working in Oxfordshire to be a worthwhile and rewarding career with interesting career options and the support to have the work-life balance we all need.