BMJ Careers


From £764.00 +VAT /post.

Free offer


Job post duration

Up to 6 weeks.

CV database access

Employer dashboard

Customer support

Phone, email, and live chat.


BMJ Careers is a niche job board that gives employers access to a targeted audience of healthcare professionals. While the site's primary market is the U.K., it does have an international reach. Employers can choose from several packages tailored to specific hiring needs, and there are both online and print advertising options.


  • There is a wide range of job posting plans to suit different hiring needs.
  • Job postings include a company logo.
  • Online job ads reach around 50,000 job seekers per month.
  • The subscription plans include unlimited job ads, automatic job posting, and social media promotion.
  • The Premium and Platinum plans include a highlighted job ad and increased visibility at the top of the search results.
  • The Platinum plan includes a six-week listing and a high-profile print campaign in The BMJ.
  • Additional job post upgrades are available during the posting process.
  • The site features a CV database employers can access to find suitable candidates.


  • There is no free job posting option.
  • The site does not offer job distribution or an applicant tracking system.


We were unable to find any online reviews of the BMJ Careers service. However, the site features some handpicked customer testimonials.




NHS GP: 4-Week Online Listing

From £764.00 +VAT

NHS GP: 4-Week Online Listing + Print

From £819.00 +VAT

NHS GP: Standard

£1,379.00 +VAT

NHS GP: Premium

£2,367.00 +VAT

NHS GP: Platinum

£2,907.00 +VAT

NHS Hospital/Charity: 4-Week Online Listing

From £928.00 +VAT

NHS Hospital/Charity: 4-Week Online Listing + Print

From £1,047.00 +VAT

NHS Hospital/Charity: Standard

£1,959.00 +VAT

NHS Hospital/Charity: Premium

£3,279.00 +VAT

NHS Hospital/Charity: Platinum

£4,076.00 +VAT

Non-NHS: 4-Week Online Listing

From £1,092.00 +VAT

Non-NHS: 4-Week Online Listing + Print

From £1,307.00 +VAT

Non-NHS: Standard

£2,383.00 +VAT

Non-NHS: Premium

£3,970.00 +VAT

Non-NHS: Platinum

£4,945.00 +VAT

Recruitment Subscriptions

Contact for quote.

*For access to the candidate profile area, users should contact BMJ Careers by phone or email.

How to Post a Job on BMJ Careers:

£764.00 GBP
15 Minutes
How to Post a Job on BMJ Careers:

Six easy steps for posting a job on BMJ Careers.


Posting a job on BMJ Careers.


Click on "Advertise with us."

Click on "Advertise with us."

Go to the BMJ Careers website and click on the "Advertise with us" button toward the top-right corner of the page.


Select a category.

Select a category.

Click on "Post a job" in the page menu and select a category that matches your industry sector from the drop-down menu.

For this step-by-step guide, we selected "GP."


Select a job posting plan.

Select a job posting plan.

Scroll down the page and choose a job posting package.


Create an account.

Create an account.

Click on "Create an account" in the "New customer?" block and complete the online form with your details. Then, click on "Create an account."

Verify your email address by following the link sent to your email address by the BMJ Careers team.

Click on "Continue."

Then, repeat steps two and three.


Create your job post.

Create your job post.

Click on "Your jobs" in your account menu, select the "Advertise a job" button, and click on "Advertise Now" beneath your preferred job posting package. Complete the online form with information about your job vacancy and click on "Save and continue" toward the bottom-right corner of the page.

Next, you can upload any supporting documents you would like to include with the job ad. To skip this step, click on "Save and continue."

Select any job post upgrades you would like to add to your job posting plan and click on "Continue to basket."


Pay for your job posting.

Pay for your job posting.

Review your order and click on "Checkout." Then, select the "Pay online" button, click on "Continue to payment," and make the payment online.

BMJ Careers vs. GP Jobs:

BMJ Careers and GP Jobs both give employers a targeted approach to finding healthcare staff. While BMJ Careers' pricing starts at £764.00 +VAT per post, GP Jobs charges £825.00 +VAT per post. While neither site offers job distribution, GP Jobs offers a longer job post duration of eight weeks.

BMJ Careers vs. Pulse Practice Jobs:

Unlike BMJ Careers, Pulse Practice Jobs does not offer a plan that includes social media promotion. While both sites target the U.K. healthcare market and feature a CV database, Pulse Practice Jobs is the costlier option with a starting price of £985.00 +VAT per post, compared to BMJ Careers' starting price of £764.00 +VAT per post.

BMJ Careers vs. Healthcare Careers:

BMJ Careers and Healthcare Careers both have an international reach. While BMJ Careers offers pricing in pounds sterling, starting at £764.00 +VAT per post, Healthcare Careers only lists pricing in U.S. dollars, starting at US$199.00 per post. The latter is the more affordable option but lacks a CV database.

Key Information

Legal Name

BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.

Founding Date

Jan 01, 1840


BMA House, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9JP



020 3655 5100



What is BMJ Careers?

BMJ Careers is a niche job portal for the healthcare industry. The employment site is hosted by The BMJ, an international industry publication.

What does it cost to post a job on BMJ Careers?

BMJ Careers' pricing starts at £764.00 +VAT for a single job listing. There are several plans available, including subscription options.

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