We take payroll seriously.
We are always committed to negotiating with our clients to get you the best rates of pay. There are three payment structures you can choose from, and finding the right one for you will be dependent on your circumstances and the nature of your assignment.
Rest assured we want to be as transparent as possible regarding your options and pay, and through our years of expertise, we’ll support you in finding the right payment method for you and your lifestyle. Throughout your journey with Maxxima, our recruitment consultants will guide you every step of the way and will always answer any questions or concerns you may have.
Watch our short video to find out more about the different payment options available when working with Maxxima.
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Explore your payment options
We encourage you to thoroughly explore your employment options so that you can assess what the best arrangement is for you.
PAYE = Pay As You Earn. You’ll be paid via Maxxima’s payroll directly each week. All necessary deductions will be made at source meaning everything that arrives in your nominated account is yours to spend.
Paid by a Umbrella company
This method involves an agreement with a 3rd party supplier. Maxxima will pay the umbrella company the gross amount, from here the umbrella company is responsible for doing the necessary deductions and paying you into your nominated account. Umbrella companies usually take a small fee for each timesheet processed.
Paid by a Limited company
This method is similar to those above however payment will be sent directly to your limited company. If ‘within IR35’, all deductions will be made from source. If ‘outside IR35’, the gross amount will be paid, and you are responsible for making the necessary deductions at the end of the financial year.
Pros and Cons of payment methods
Although we can’t advise you on which payment method you should choose, we can provide further information on each.
Peace of mind that your tax affairs will be taken care of, with no nasty surprises from HMRC and no fees
If you work through several agencies, you may have to treat it as a ‘secondary employment’ and pay. Meaning higher tax in the short-term, before claiming it back at the end of the year.
If you work through several agencies, or several different positions, you can manage your tax affairs through one ‘employment’.
Advance payments can be made to you in exceptional circumstances.
You are covered for Professional Indemnity Insurance by the majority of umbrella companies that we work with, therefore you won’t have to cover the cost of this yourself.
If the umbrella company doesn’t manage your tax affairs correctly, you could face a large tax bill and penalties. This is not something that Maxxima condones and we don’t wish to put our workers at any risk, therefore all umbrella companies we work with are audited to make sure you are confident in using them.
If your assignment is ‘outside IR35’ you may be able to extract funds from the company in a more tax- efficient manner i.e. dividends, business-related expenses. Something to speak to an accountant about in more detail.
If ‘inside IR35’, and work is in the public sector, your agency has to deduct tax and national insurance deductions.
If ‘inside IR35’, and work is in the private sector, your agency has to deduct tax and national insurance deductions from April 2020 onwards, and you should
All Locum pay rates across the industry are subject to both Employer’s and Employee’s National Insurance deductions. Ask your recruitment consultant to discuss what this means for your hourly rate.
Once you have secured a role with us, our dedicated recruitment team will be in touch to provide you with all the required information. They’ll provide you with a timesheet template that enables you to quickly and easily submit your worked hours.
In some cases, our clients use their own online platforms; you may be required to submit your hours through one of these. Our Recruitment Support team will be on-hand to guide you through this.
Timesheet and payment deadlines
Maxxima issues payments twice a week: Wednesday and Friday. This means that if you miss a timesheet deadline, you only have to wait a few days until the next deadline, instead of a whole week.
If you are working through a direct engagement model, payment will depend on the Trust and the payment portal/payroll team that they use. Please contact your Recruitment Consultant for further guidance.
Maxxima payroll deadlines and estimated dates you should receive payment are displayed below:
: Tuesday - 6pm
Payment received: Thursday- 9am
: Thursday - 10am
Payment received: Friday - 4pm
What is IR35 and how does it affect me?
IR35 is a set of tax laws that are designed to ensure all workers in the public sector are paying the correct amount of tax and National Insurance Contributions (NIC). There are a series of tests used by clients, to determine the employment status of contractors working through limited companies/personal service companies (PSCs).
As of 6 April 2021, further changes will come into force, which will include mid and large-sized private sector clients, so if you are planning to work in either the public or private sector after this time, IR35 will apply to all PSC workers.
For more information on IR35, any upcoming legislative changes and how they could impact you, visit Gov.uk
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Exclusive roles with the award-winning provider of diagnostic and healthcare solutions Here at Maxxima, we’re extremely pleased to be partnered with InHealth, the UK’s largest specialist provider of diagnostic and healthcare solutions.So, who are InHealth? In a nutshell, InHealth works with the NHS and private sector to improve access, affordability, and timely diagnosis and treatment, through diagnostic and screening services. Our partnership will give you exclusive access to InHealth’s temporary and permanent roles throughout the UK. Tell me more…Healthcare jobs with a difference – Boasting 30 years’ experience of working with hospitals and commissioners across the NHS and independent sector, InHealth sees over 4 million patients every year, with state-of-the-art healthcare equipment, technology, and facilities. Diversity – You’ll have an incredible choice of roles and work environments at InHealth, in both hospital and accessible community settings at over 800 locations throughout the UK. Stability – By choosing an InHealth role through Maxxima, you can rest assured our expert teams will bring you a reliable stream of quality opportunities with leading pay rates.Work-life balance – You’re our priority, and the wellbeing of every healthcare professional we work with comes first. Our roles with InHealth bring opportunities for hybrid and flexible working, meaning you can balance your time to suit your lifestyle. Exclusive benefits for permanent roles – If you secure a permanent role, you’ll have access to a brilliant rewards package including life assurance, private medical insurance, 27 days’ annual leave (plus bank holidays), a rewards platform, and a generous company contribution pension scheme.What’s in it for me?Interested? We can see why!If you want a rewarding career with training and development from a company that enables you to make a difference, all while doing the work you love, then InHealth’s roles have come at the perfect time. These opportunities will be in a range of settings and locations, including hospitals and within the community. Some roles will even be at InHealth’s mobile units, which travel around different areas to deliver services such as CT, cardiac MRI, breast screening and many more.We’re delighted to bring you these roles that we’re sure you’ll agree are exciting, rewarding, and a little bit different.What's next?We’re really proud and excited to be working with such a prestigious client. Our team can offer you the simplest route to securing your perfect role with InHealth. If you’re interested in working with InHealth and would like to learn more about this fantastic opportunity, talk with a member of our recruitment team today.With Maxxima, the widest choice of InHealth roles is yours, and the opportunities are endless.Request a call back
You said, we listened: April's viewpoint results.
Welcome to April's Viewpoint update.Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete our latest Viewpoint survey. As always, we're committed to putting you first, connecting you with great jobs and understanding you so we can deliver the best service. Your regular and honest feedback provides great value in helping us identify the areas we still need to improve.If you'd like to find out how we plan to turn your feedback from our latest survey into action, please read below for some exciting updates. CommunicationWe want to ensure we're always providing you with the best experience possible and communicating effectively. Our team have recently been enrolled on a dedicated training programme to improve our communication levels further and ensure you're provided with the correct information at the right time.One area of focus will be on the information we provide to you about our clients and a more streamlined way for you to access this. We want to help you understand more about how our clients work and ensure you have all the correct information before starting an assignment so you can feel confident and prepared as you start your new role with us. We look forward to sharing further details on our new process with you soon. Your payFirst of all, we are really pleased to see improving feedback on both rates of pay and our timesheet and payment processes; however, we understand the importance of this and continue to make changes to improve the experience around pay.As mentioned in previous updates, we really do understand how confusing it can be when deciding which payment method is the best option for you. We're excited to have been able to create an explainer video for you which covers all our different payment options, and we hope this helps you make an easy and informed decision. We have also created a variety of detailed guides on our website that you can refer to at any time, explaining how our payroll process works and how different direct engagement payment methods work.Watch payment methods videoView Direct Engagement payment guides In addition, we've now rolled out our dedicated candidate care team, whose primary responsibility is to ensure you are paid on time and correctly. They will also proactively inform you of any payment issues and resolve them efficiently.Variety of rolesWe recognise your feedback for a greater variety of roles. We are pleased to announce recent contract wins, which means we can offer significantly better permanent and locum diversity.Our new clients include Our Future Health and NOECPC NHS Framework representing some of the finest opportunities at some of the largest trusts and best-equipped facilities on the market, exclusively with Maxxima. These unique vacancies provide greater flexibility and choice of roles, locations, and settings, both mobile and static, within the NHS and private healthcare sectors across the UK.We place healthcare professionals into thousands of flexible, temporary, and permanent roles each year. Whether you're looking to work in a large NHS trust, private hospital or local GP surgery, our unparalleled client relationships enable us to match you to the highest-quality opportunities on the market. Whatever your specialism, Maxxima is here to support you and your career aspirations. Don't hesitate to get in touch with the team today if you'd like to learn more about these exciting new opportunities or browse our latest roles on our website. Contact us Browse roles Referring a friend processOur new referral process is in its final development stages, making referring a friend and getting your bonus much easier. We're looking forward to beginning implementation and we will provide you with further details in our next Viewpoint update.Your feedback mattersAgain, thank you for participating in our Viewpoint surveys. Your feedback is invaluable. Please continue sharing your thoughts with us as you continue your career journey with us. Our next quarterly survey will be arriving in your email inbox soon.
Your complete guide to HCPC registration in the UK
Certain healthcare professionals in the UK legally require registration with the HCPC. If you’re looking into what will be involved with your HCPC registration, our article summarises everything you need to know about the process ahead of you. We have outlined the following areas to support you with your registration:HCPC registration requirements Sections to complete for UK applications Sections to complete for international applications Qualifications needed to register Documents required during your registration How long HCPC registration takes HCPC registration fees HCPC contact details We hope that with our helpful information and support, your registration will be simple and straightforward for you to complete. What is the HCPC?The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) is an organisation that regulates 15 professions in health and care. They protect service users by setting industry standards for safe and effective practice. This incorporates education, training, and working methods for those healthcare professionals.What is the HCPC register?The HCPC register contains the names, registration statuses, registration numbers, and approximate locations of all registered healthcare professionals. Anyone can view the HCPC registration of a healthcare professional operating within the 15 vocational areas. People can be searched for directly within the register in order to check their current professional status. This can be done by entering their surname or registration number along with their profession. It allows employers and members of the public to verify that workers are operating to the required standards. Here are the roles that require registration with the HCPC, many of which we recruit for at Maxxima: Arts therapistsBiomedical scientistsChiropodists and podiatristsClinical scientistsDietitiansHearing aid dispensersOccupational therapistsOperating department practitionersOrthoptistsParamedicsPhysiotherapistsPractitioner psychologistsProsthetists and orthotistsRadiographersSpeech and language therapistsHow to get HCPC registeredBefore you apply for registration with the HCPC, you’ll need to check that you’re eligible. You can do this through the HCPC website. Following this, you can proceed with your application on the site before paying your registration fees upon acceptance. So that you can get started, we’ve broken down the key information you’ll need to know about getting HCPC registered. HCPC registration requirementsFirst, you’ll need to sign up for an account on the HCPC website. You can then create your application and start entering all your details. Make sure you use a personal email address that you’ll always have access to (rather than a university address, for example). The guidelines for becoming HCPC registered will depend on where you qualified. The requirements for healthcare professionals trained in the UK differ from those who have trained abroad. If you trained in the UK, you select the UK application form and follow the instructions If you trained abroad, you would follow the HCPC’s international application routeApplication sections to complete - UK registrationsOnce you’ve signed up for an account and created an application, you’ll need to follow these steps to complete your application form:Review and complete the ‘Before we begin’ sectionWithin this section, you’ll be presented with your automatically generated application number. You’ll also be asked whether you’ve previously applied for registration and to confirm you’ve read the initial declarations. If your role entails one or more modalities, add them under ‘Profession, modality and specialism’. Section 1 - Your detailsIn this section, you’ll be asked to provide information about your identity, skills, and experience. You’ll also need to provide documents that confirm the following: Proof of identity Proof of address Section 2 - Character and health declarations, vetting, and barring In the character declarations section, you’ll be asked to provide details of any convictions or police cautions. In the vetting and barring section area, you’ll need to state whether you’ve been barred from working with children or vulnerable adults. You’ll also be asked to state whether any health conditions would impact safe practice for you. Section 3 – Education and training This is where you should supply the details of your qualifications. This includes what you studied, where, and when. You’ll be asked for additional documentation if you meet certain conditions (for which we have included more detail below). Section 4 – Practice outside of the United Kingdom (if applicable) If this is relevant to you, you’ll need to provide details of any employers outside the UK. You’ll also need to provide details of any relevant regulatory bodies or similar organisations. These details allow the HCPC to contact non-UK employers to verify your details. Section 5 – Final declarations Here, you’ll be asked to confirm statements around the following areas: Standards of conduct, performance and ethics Professional indemnity requirements Data protection policy and privacy notice Registration fees How we use the information you provide Health Professions Order 2001 After you’ve completed the application form, you’ll be taken to an equality monitoring questionnaire and asked for some personal details, which will not affect your application. Application sections to complete - international applicationsFor those trained outside of the UK, the stages after you’ve signed up for an account will be as follows: ‘Before we begin’ This will look the same as for UK applications, with the additional requirement to provide the following: Details around refugee status, humanitarian status, or Swiss Mutual Recognition (SMR) applications, if applicable You’ll need to complete a paper application form if any of the above apply. Section 1 – Your detailsWithin this section, you will follow the same steps as those outlined for UK applicants above. Section 2 – Your qualification This is where you should supply the details of your degree, diploma, and any other training relevant to your application, which qualifies you for practice outside the UK. You’ll also need to provide a Course Information Form, which can be downloaded from the HCPC website and needs to be completed by your training institution. Section 3 – Professional experience You’ll need to provide the details of work you’ve carried out, in chronological order, along with contact information for your former employer, with whom your details will be verified. You will also have to provide supporting professional references. Finally, you’ll have to upload at least one document as evidence of your professional experience. Section 4 – Professional registration and membership Here, you’ll need to provide details of your membership with any professional associations or regulatory bodies outside the UK. Section 5 – English language proficiency Within this section, you’ll need to do the following to show that you can communicate in English to the required standard: Declare whether English is your first language If it isn’t, provide a language test certificate equivalent to IELTS level 7.0 Section 6 – DeclarationsYou’ll be asked to complete declarations around: Character Vetting and barring Health and disability Final declaration Background checks will then be conducted to verify all the information you provide. Qualifications needed to register with the HCPCFor UK applicants, the HCPC-approved qualification list will determine your eligibility for HCPC registration. You can search this list within the website by entering your profession and education provider. Again, for UK applicants only, there will be a slightly different process to follow if your qualification is from a historical programme (which you can check by searching the HCPC database): In the education and training section, you can manually enter your education provider; we’ve expanded on the certificates you must provide to prove your qualifications below. Your education provider will be asked to verify your qualification from their institution. For international applicants, you’ll need to provide details of your qualifications in the supplied Course Information Form, as detailed above. The HCPC will then take steps to verify your qualifications. The HCPC also requires you to keep up with continuing professional development (CPD) to demonstrate your most relevant, up-to-date skills and qualifications. Each time you renew your registration, you must affirm that you have met the standards set out by the HCPC by committing to these learning activities. A random selection of applicants will be asked to submit their CPD profile during each renewal period. Documents required for registration with the HCPCYou’ll be required to read through several documents before filling in the application form. These include: Standards of conduct, performance, and ethics Standards of proficiency Standards for CPD Along with your application form, you’ll also need to submit certain documents. They can be provided online as PDF, JPG, or PNG file types. Documents needed for UK applications UK applications require you to submit certified copies of two types of ID: Photographic proof of identity Proof of address Some UK applicants will also be required to provide other documents. These include supporting information about your character and health declarations, depending on what you’ve entered during your application. If you qualified five or more years ago and haven’t practised since then, you’ll also be required to upload the following: Your qualification certificate (in section 3) A return to practice form (in section 3) If you’ve practised outside of the UK, details about where you practised (in section 4) Documents needed for international applications If you trained internationally, you’ll need to provide the same forms of ID as above, along with a Course Information Form, professional qualification certificate, and English language proficiency certificate. If any of your documents are in a language other than English, you should supplement them with certified copies of official translations. Certification information Certified documents must be copies of the originals (either photocopied or scanned), signed by an approved person and dated within the last six months. On each document, they’ll need to write: “I certify that this is a true copy of the original document seen by me.” Along with their signature, they’ll need to add the date, name, professional title, and contact details. Anyone who certifies your documents must be a person of standing in the community and have an appropriate relationship with you. Numerous professions qualify for this, including a registered health and care professional, teacher, lecturer, or bank manager. How long does HCPC registration take?Once you have completed your application and sent your required documentation to the HCPC, UK applications should be processed within 10 working days. As long as you are approved, your registration should be active within a few days after you’ve paid your fee.If you trained internationally, you may be awaiting registration for up to 16 weeks.Your HCPC registration has to be renewed every two years. You can check your renewal date with the HCPC, as it is different for each profession.HCPC registration feesThere is a one-off scrutiny fee of £68.68, which covers the cost of processing your application. The HCPC registration cost is £98.12 per year, which is £196.24 for the full two-year registration cycle. There is a lower HCPC registration fee for first-time applicants who have graduated within the last two years. This is discounted to £49.06 per year or £98.12 for the full two-year registration cycle. How do I contact the HCPC?There are various HCPC contact methods should you wish to speak with someone about your application. These include:Telephone - lines are open between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays). Reach them at +44 (0)300 500 4472, or +44 (0)20 75825460 from outside the UKEmail - there are four HCPC contact email addresses:email@example.com (general enquiries)firstname.lastname@example.org (for international applicant queries)email@example.com (for fitness to practise queries)firstname.lastname@example.org (for education programme approval information)Post - international applicants can send the required forms and documents here:Health and Care Professions Council, Park House, 184-186 Kennington Park Road, London, SE11 4BUJob opportunities with MaxximaWhen you register with Maxxima, we make you our priority. Your progression, job satisfaction, and happiness are important to us, so we will support you every step of the way to finding your perfect next role.We have specialist knowledge of the healthcare industry, having placed healthcare professionals in jobs with leading organisations for more than 20 years. As a preferred and sole supplier to many NHS Trusts across the country, we can connect you with opportunities that you won’t find anywhere else.Get in touch with one of our friendly and specialist recruitment consultants about our current live roles, or register your interest in joining us today.
How to become a locum pharmacist
If you’re looking for a pharmacist job that provides you with flexibility, versatility and greater control over when and where you work, you may be interested in becoming a locum pharmacist.There are various ways to take on this type of work and enjoy the benefits that locum roles offer. At Maxxima, our recruitment consultants are highly experienced in supporting locum pharmacists. They are here to listen to you and understand what you are looking for so that they can provide the best advice, guidance and locum pharmacist opportunities. Within this blog, we have outlined the benefits of becoming a locum pharmacist, information on how to get started and answers to some frequently asked questions. What is a locum pharmacist?A locum pharmacist takes on contracted work through an agency in order to temporarily support teams who may be dealing with staffing gaps or busy periods. As a locum pharmacist, you will do a similar job to a pharmacist in a permanent role but will work with an employer temporarily, whether that is for a few days or a few months.The length of your contracts can vary each time, with both short-term and long-term opportunities available. You could be working in the same role for just a few days or for as long as a few months, allowing you to add variety to your working life, which can help to broaden both your experience and skill set.Reasons to become a locum pharmacistThere's a wide range of benefits to becoming a locum pharmacist. These include:Variety You get to enjoy variety on all levels. In a locum pharmacist role, you can get involved in different settings, have the experience of working alongside different teams and have the opportunity to work on different shifts and contracts, which can help to keep your working days exciting. FlexibilityAs a locum pharmacist, having the flexibility to choose your contracts means you can work the hours that best fit your schedule, allowing for a greater work-life balance. You also have the freedom to keep trying new challenges and selecting work that fulfils you.Gain experience and skillsYou have the opportunity to build your skills and knowledge in a shorter time than you would often be able to in a permanent role, as you work for various providers in a range of environments. It allows you to practise different approaches and learn to work alongside many different types of teams.Develop your professional reputationWorking as a locum pharmacist also helps you to get your foot in the door with certain healthcare providers and companies, giving you the unique opportunity to make a lasting impression within a number of settings. This can enhance your future prospects greatly by giving you the chance to be considered for future roles with those employers.Financial rewardsThere are financial benefits to being a locum pharmacist too. Rates of pay are usually higher in agency work than in permanent roles.A step-by-step guide to becoming a locum pharmacistIf you want to know more about how to become a locum pharmacist, you can find all you need to know right here.Register with the right recruitment agencySourcing the right recruitment agency is key to finding the right opportunities. Sign up with an agency that knows the industry well and is trusted by NHS trusts and other healthcare providers. They should be passionate about connecting people to the right roles, with experience in helping pharmacists take their careers to new heights.At Maxxima, we consistently have a large number oflocum pharmacist opportunities available.We’ve been placing healthcare professionals into work for almost 20 years, with preferred supplier status at 36 NHS trusts. Not only do we recruit for the most rewarding locum pharmacist jobs on the market, but many of our roles are also exclusive to Maxxima. So, you have access to fulfillingwork you won’t find with any other agency.Speak with your recruitment specialistWhen you speak with your recruitment consultant, it’s important to discuss what you want from your next step forward along with your future goals. They will also want to talk about: Your qualifications Your experience Your skills They may also want to know about the types of teams, settings and communities you’re familiar with. This will help your recruitment consultant to understand the type of work that will be best for you so that they can find and put you forward for the best possible roles. During this time, it is also beneficial to find out what you need to do during your registration. At Maxxima, your dedicated recruitment consultant will guide you throughout the entire process so that it remains simple and straightforward. Provide documentation needed to become a locum pharmacistWhen you register with an agency like Maxxima, you will need to supply certain documentation and information. This is to safeguard you, the service users and the service in which you will be working. Organising this documentation early in the process will also save you time so that you’re ready to start work as soon as the right opportunity comes up. Our dedicated compliance team will help you to put together the required documents for this stage of the process, making it as easy as possible for you. You can find the full list of documents you will need to supply to Maxxima here. Begin working as a locum pharmacistOnce you’ve completed the registration and compliance process, you’ll be able to start working as a locum pharmacist. At Maxxima, we’re there with you at every stage, from helping you secure the best pharmacy placements right through to checking in with you as you work to make sure everything is running smoothly. Locum pharmacist FAQsIf you’d like to know more about how to become a locum pharmacist, find our answers to some of the most frequently asked questions below.How long does it take to register as a locum pharmacist?Registering with Maxxima takes a matter of minutes, either online or over the phone. Once you are registered, your dedicated recruitment consultant will look to get an understanding of what you are searching for and will talk you through the opportunities we have available. Then all we need to do is complete the compliance process, which can take as little as 24 hours once you have your documents together. How will I find locum pharmacist shifts?At Maxxima, we will support you in the process of finding shifts. You can view our current vacancies via our website, call your recruitment consultant or get updates on the latest roles via email. If you apply for a specific role and your skills match the client’s requirements, we will work to get you started quickly and make the process as smooth and efficient as possible. How do I get paid as a locum pharmacist?Pay dates are usually more regular with locum work, which is another advantage. At Maxxima, we operate on three weekly pay dates, so you can regularly access your money. You will need to submit a timesheet after each shift or each week, which we will provide a straightforward template for. Depending on the client, you will either submit the timesheet directly to their online system or to Maxxima’s platform. You’ll most commonly be paid through PAYE, though you can also be paid to an umbrella company or a limited business. If you’re interested in becoming a locum pharmacist with Maxxima, we’d love to hear from you. Register your interest online or browse the pharmacy opportunities that we currently have available.
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