The two UDFs "Appt NHS Contract Details" and "Appt: Clinical Sub Specialties" work together to identify if the employee reuqires and NHS contract for thier role with the Universtiy and have direct patient contanct, the type of contract, grade, regulatory body and their clinical specialties.
In essence there are four main types of employees that will have NHS contracts for their roles with the University: doctors, nurses and midwives, allied health professionals and other clinical academics.
This information is needed for the HESA Staff Return in September each year and also for the Medical Schools Council Survey in July each year.
This information is returned to HESA and full details of the HESA requirements can be found on the HESA 2017/18 staff record.
When NHS Contract Details is coded as “2 Separate HEI & NHS contracts” then the FTE of the appointment must be less than 1.
Some individuals have separate paid contracts with both the University of Oxford and an NHS employer (often called A+B contracts). These contracts should be coded “2 Separate higher education provider and NHS contracts”. Therefore, they are part-time contracts with the University.
The two separate contracts together constitute employment in a single job agreed by two employers
Individuals coded as “2 Separate HEI & NHS contracts” in Core therefore cannot be full-time with an FTE of 1 on Core Personnel