We are keen for people working with the Hurley Group to develop their full potential. We are supportive of individuals capable of taking on additional responsibilities and reward them for their efforts. This is why we have a good reputation as an employer and we put such a great emphasis on providing our teams with the time and facilities for growth and training. There are also mechanisms to identify and fast-track talented and committed individuals through the organisation, whilst ensuring everyone has a fair opportunity for personal and professional development. Mobility between jobs within the group, both with respect to roles and geographical places of work, is accommodated where possible.

Our team continues to expand every month and comprises:

  • GPs and Psychiatrists (Practitioner Health)
  • Nurse Practitioners, Independent Nurse Prescriber, Practices Nurses and Health Care Assistants
  • Physician Assistants and Clinical Pharmacists 
  • Senior Managers and Administrators

join our team

We are constantly growing which means we are always looking for talented individuals who share our passion for providing great care to patients.

If you would like your CV to be considered for any role below within the Hurley Group please email our HR department.

Admin/Reception | Management | Salaried GP | GP First Scheme | Nurse | Physician Assistant | Pharmacist

Gender pay gap data (snapshot date 31/3/19): The Hurley Group

The Hurley Group are required to carry out Gender Pay Reporting under the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017. This involves carrying out six calculations that show the difference between the average earnings of men and women in our organisation. We are required to publish the results on our own website and a government website.

At the time of the survey (31st March 2019), The Hurley Group employed 234 female employees compared to 74 males at the snapshot date of the 31st March 2019 and as seen from the percentage figures from the gender pay gap quartiles there are a higher proportion of men in the upper quartile. This would be because there is a higher proportion of male GPs compared to non-clinical male staff. The results of these statutory calculations are as follows:


Hourly Rate

Women's hourly rate is: LOWER 7.1% (mean) HIGHER 4.92% (median)


Pay quartiles

How many men and women are in each quarter of the employer's payroll:

Top quartile: MEN 29% WOMEN 71% Upper middle quartile: MEN 18% WOMEN 82% Lower middle quartile: MEN 30% WOMEN 70% Lower quartile: MEN 19% WOMEN 81%


Bonus Pay

Women's bonus pay is: LOWER 66% (mean) LOWER 30% (median) Who received bonus pay: OF MEN 1.2% OF WOMEN 0.7%

The Hurley Group confirm that the above information has been prepared from our payroll data on the snapshot date and fairly represents the Gender Pay information for The Hurley Group.

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