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Document What happens if I have more than one NHS job and I am made redundant?

If you are part of the 1995 section of the scheme, you may either:

  • Take your benefits in respect of all your pensionable NHS jobs. If you do this, you must leave all your jobs for at least one day unless the continuing employment(s) total no more than 16 hours per week. If you choose to take your benefits from all your jobs, you will not be able to be a member of the 1995 Section of the scheme or join the 2015 Scheme in respect of any further employment in the NHS; or
     
  • If you are age 55 or over you could take your benefits for scheme membership in the job from which you are retiring prematurely and remain a member of the 1995 Section of the scheme in respect of your other pensionable jobs, you can get more information from the Retirement Booklet available from our website.
If you are part of the 2008 section of the scheme, you may either:
  • Take your benefits for scheme membership in all your jobs. If you do this, you must leave all your jobs for at least one day; or
     
  • Take your benefits for scheme membership in the job from which you are retiring prematurely only.

For more information, please see the retirement section on our website.

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