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This area of our website is dedicated specifically to contractors who are currently working with Sellick Partnership.
We welcome enquiries from professionals who are either looking for a new contract, or who are considering moving away from a permanent position. With extensive sector knowledge and a vast network of clients, Sellick Partnership are ideally positioned to place professionals into roles on a temporary and contract basis across the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.
The following links will be helpful when considering your next contract role:
View information on umbrella providers - why and how to use
View information on Personal Service Companies
View information on Personal Service Company Insurance
You can submit your time-sheet by visiting our online portal
Becoming a contractor
With benefits including flexibility, the opportunity to expand your skillset and experience a wide range of sectors, contracting may be the path for you - contact us today for more information on how we can assist.
How do you get paid?
- Umbrella Workers – as an employee of the umbrella company they will process payment to you following submission of an authorised timesheet and invoice. Expenses may also be claimed as a tax deduction and often additional employment benefits such as childcare vouchers; insurance and pensions are included.
- Self-employed – this method is only available for contractors or locums who are not under the Supervision, Direction or Control of the Client and meet HMRC’s definition of self-employed.
- Own Limited Company – often referred to as a Personal Service Company (PSC), you would be a Director of your own limited company submitting timesheets through the Sellick Partnership portal and submitting your own invoices. This would be suitable for long term professional contractors.
- Agency PAYE – you engage directly with Sellick Partnership as an agency worker under a contract for services. You are working on the Sellick Partnership PAYE scheme but you are not an employee. To be paid you must submit a weekly timesheet as per PAYE deadlines, the payment you receive will be after all statutory deductions have been made.