Frequently asked questions
How do I apply?
What happens once I have applied?
Our recruitment team will process your application and if you are shortlisted for the role they will contact you to discuss in further details the next steps.
Most roles will require you to attend an interview where we will ask you about your qualifications and previous experience.
For clinical roles, you will need to provide compliancy documentation in line with our clinical governance standards.
When can I start?
Once you have completed the application and interview process successfully, a start date will be agreed between yourself and the local hiring manager.
What are the working hours?
Working hours vary depending upon the service you work for, the location you work in and your role.
Generally, our out of hours services operate between 6.30pm and 8.00am Monday – Friday and 24 hours on weekends and bank holidays.
Our head office hours are Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5.30pm.
When do I get paid?
For all salaried employees who do not work shifts, you will be paid on the last Friday of each month.
For all employees who do shifts (except self employed GPs), you will be paid on the 12th of each month.
For all self employed staff, an invoice must be submitted each month for payment on the 15th of each month.
When does your holiday year run?
Our holiday year operates from April 1st – March 31st.
Do you offer a pension scheme?
Harmoni will match whatever monthly contribution you make up to 5% of your basic salary, with a maximum employer contribution of 5%.
Harmoni are not able to offer an NHS pension scheme.
What learning and development opportunities do you offer?
Harmoni is committed to the training and development of all staff via our internal e-learning modules.
Staff may also apply for financial reimbursement and study leave (time off) to complete complimentary and supplementary training courses.
Is there a probationary period?
For all salaried roles, a probationary period of three months is applicable.