Theatre practitioner jobs at Circle Health Group

Life comes at you fast when you’re a Circle theatre professional, and we wouldn’t want it any other way. 

The right decisions. Decisive action. Innovations. Investments. Tech rollouts. Diverse training and development. We make a commitment with everything we do: we work as a team – a very close one – to achieve to the very highest standards, and crucially, at pace. It’s the most dynamic healthcare environment imaginable.

Whichever Theatre role you join us in, your career and your life outside work will be front and centre. We’ll support you to develop at pace, experience complex, stretching work and get the balance right to meet your priorities.


We have many exciting opportunities to join our Theatre teams

Benefits of being a Theatre Practitioner at Circle Health Group

As a Theatre Practitioner, you will be working in a close-knit and diverse team ensuring patients are cared for during a daunting time. However, 98% of our patients describe the care received from our Theatre Team as very good or excellent.

We know our Theatre Practitioners are proud to offer this level of care.

Some of the perks of working as a private Theatre Practitioner at Circle Health Group are:

  • Flexible working hours to suit your individual lifestyle and to help you ensure a good work/life balance;

  • Great career progression, whether you choose the clinical or managerial route;

  • Theatre Practitioners have the option to choose a surgical specialism. These include cardiology, orthopaedics, plastics, gynaecology, recovery or anaesthetics;

  • A more equal team structure, meaning you can make a real difference to ways of working and processes;

  • A range of surgeries performed in our hospitals, including orthopaedics and plastics as well as many other procedures, both major and minor;

  • A more controlled pace of work;

  • Better hands-on support for newly qualified team members;

We are an Armed Forces Friendly Employer (silver award), encouraging applicants from all current military and Ex-Military personnel. We also allow military reservists time off to serve.

Discover the full list of rewards and benefits available to all employees at Circle Health Group.

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Our Commitment to your Theatre Practitioner career development

Whether you are entering as a Health Care Assistant, Clinical Specialist or a Theatre Practitioner, there are opportunities for you to grow and develop with BMI Healthcare.

We are committed to your professional development, ensuring we support you at every stage in your career.

Below are a few of our possible career pathways to show how you could develop with us.

Healthcare Assistant

We'll help you train to become an Assistant Practitioner via Level 5 Course.

Theatre Practitioner with specialist courses for Scrub, Recovery, Anaesthetics and SFA

Our Theatre Practitioners go on to become a:

  • Clinical specialist or team leader;

  • Surgical First Assistant, via the recognised Surgical First Assistant Course,

  • Deputy Theatre Manager or Clinical Services Manager, via the Institute of Leadership and Management Level 3 Course.

Clinical Specialist, Team Leader or Surgical First Assistant

These roles are supported to progress to be Deputy Theatre Managers or Clinical Services Managers, via the Institute of Leadership and Management Level 3 course.

Deputy Theatre Manager or Clinical Services Manager

We'll support you to train for roles including Director of Clinical Services, Executive Director, or DOP, via The Institute of Leadership and Management Level 5 course.

  • Flexible working hours to suit your individual lifestyle and to help you ensure a good work/life balance