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Job Seeker Support

For assistance in using our job board to find your next role, or for any other queries related to job seeking, please use the contact methods below.

T: +44 (0)20 3655 5100


Sales & Customer Support

To enquire about advertising a vacancy or advice about medical recruitment please use the contact methods below.

T: +44 (0)20 3655 5100 or request a call back


Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Q: How can BMJ Careers help me to find my next job?

A: You can use our website to find and apply to jobs posted by our customers. Filtering by sector, career level and location will help you to find the most relevant jobs, and you can set up a job alert to be notified by email when similar jobs are posted. 

We do not operate as an employment agency, and will not approach employers directly on your behalf. We are also unable to accept CVs by email. To make your CV available to employers please upload it into our CV database.

Q: Does the BMJ Careers site contain jobs based outside the UK?

A: Yes! Opportunities outside the UK can be found here. We regularly have adverts featured on the site for jobs in Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the US and the Middle East. Select “International” as the sector when creating a job alert to be the first to hear about new international jobs.

Q: How can I work in the UK as a doctor that was trained overseas?

A: To work as a doctor in the UK you must be registered with the GMC, and there are no exceptions to this. You may also need a visa. While we are not in a position to advise on individual circumstances, we have created a range of helpful articles to advise on the process of getting your GMC registration and securing your first job in the UK, which can be found here.

Q: How can I present my overseas experience to get shortlisted for jobs in the UK?

A: You can access an editable CV template along with hints and tips for crafting the perfect medical CV through our interactive guide. Booking a personalised CV review with a medical careers expert can help apply the finishing touches to make sure the value of your skills and experience is communicated effectively.

Q: I have not heard back on my job application. Can you help?

A: To get the status of a job application you will need to contact the employer or agency directly as BMJ Careers does not have visibility of the recruitment process. The name of the employer or agency is published on all adverts on BMJ Careers so you can contact their recruitment teams directly via their websites. If you are logged into a BMJ Careers account when applying to jobs a record of your applications will be kept for at least 6 months and will be accessible via the Your Jobs section.

Q: Where can I find jobs for other healthcare roles such as nurses and allied health professionals?

A: Only medical (doctor) jobs and Physician Associate vacancies are advertised on BMJ Careers. Please visit BMJ Health Careers to search jobs in nursing, mental health, allied health, healthcare science, and pharmacy. If you do not work in a clinical healthcare role then it is unlikely you will find a relevant job on a BMJ job board.