Scan the code with your mobile camera to download the Colivia app.
Colivia provides you a seamless digital platform to choose your work according to your choice.
This varies hugely dependant on a number of factors including:
– Type of contract
– Shift type
– Other specific market factors
We will need to speak to you personally to advise the types of pay scale you personally can expect.
We run a biweekly payroll. The only exception to these processing times would be if there is an error/missing information on your timesheet – in which case you will be contacted by a member of the team so we can help ensure we have the right information to process your payment as quickly as possible.
For Nursing we have a standard policy for breaks, which is 60 mins of break for every 12 hours or more worked and 30 mins of breaks for 6 hours or more worked. This information is set out within your agreement and any breaks taken are unpaid. If a Trust has a different policy you will be advised accordingly as part of your Confirmation of Assignment.
You will get registered with us in few minutes on colivia app and to gather all the compliance information we need from you, it can be as little as 1 week’s time, the only thing that will slow us down is missing information.
You will need to have a min of 6 months experience in the NHS. However, we have a wide range of HCA and RGN roles available so if you haven’t quite got the right experience, we are able to look at suitable options that can help you.
When you work PAYE for Colivia, you are employed by Colivia and we make payments directly to you after the deduction of the appropriate PAYE tax and National Insurance contributions – this is our recommended model if you work exclusively for us, ensuring you are paid on time.
When you work through an umbrella company, you’re employed by your umbrella and work for Colivia as a contractor. We will pay the umbrella company for your shift and they will then claim any available tax relief and make a payment to you after the deduction of the appropriate PAYE tax and National Insurance contributions. This model is normally better if you are working for multiple agencies so you are paid under one tax code making your accounts easier to manage.