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How to Find & Apply for a Shift as a Locum
How to Find & Apply for a Shift as a Locum

A step-by-step guide detailing how to locate and apply for single shifts & how to multi-apply for shifts within the same location.

Stevie McIntyre avatar
Written by Stevie McIntyre
Updated over a week ago

Firstly, you will need to navigate to the ‘Find Shifts’ drop-down located on the top left-hand side of the main navigation panel.

Once you select the drop-down menu, you will have the option to view ‘Locum Jobs’ or ‘Stay Always’ as displayed below:

At this point you will select ‘Locum Jobs’ this will then display the following screen:

You will note at this point you can filter the available shifts by Job Type, Date & Location. You can also manipulate the shifts that display further by deciding whether to display ‘All Shifts’, ‘New Shifts’, ‘Worked Before’, ‘Emergencies’ & ‘Blocks’.

In addition, you can also organise the shifts displayed by utilising the ‘Sort By’ drop down and selecting from the following options ‘Start Date - Ascending’, ‘Date Added’ & ‘Rate - Descending’.

You’ll note in the shifts that display the option to ‘Quick Apply’ or ‘View More’ as displayed below:

Quick Apply

If you select the option ‘Quick Apply’ the following modal will appear:

Here you will have confirmation that the application has been sent as well as the ability to view and apply for additional shifts at this location. You can select the ‘Apply’ button next to each of the individual shifts or you can select the ‘Apply for all shifts’ button to apply for all the listed shifts at this location.

View More

Alternatively, if you’d like to view additional information regarding the shift before applying you can select ‘View More’. Doing so will take you to the following screen:

Once you’ve reviewed the additional information associated with the shift you can then apply for the shift by clicking on the green ‘Apply’ button. Once this has been selected, the display will then update to the below screenshot:

At this point, if you scroll down on this screen you will see any additional open shifts at this location:

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