I am NHS staff with a full time role and work bank with another NHS trust. You will not receive any omp or SMP from your bank contract, as you won't be entitled to omp if you work bank and you cannot get two lots of SMP I'm afraid!
I had no idea you couldn't get SMP from both jobs, is this because they are both NHS?
It may be worthwhile not working bank then in my qualifying weeks?
I also bank for a private organisation very occasional, do you think i may be entitled to SMP from a non nhs job if i up my hours in my qualifying weeks or is it just you cannnot claim SMP for two employments full stop?
Yes the nhs OMP is reasonable but i only do 30 hours and rest either bank or private.
I have read this online from work smart
"If you meet the above conditions, the two employers must each pay Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP) for the first six weeks, calculated at a weekly rate equal to 90% of your average weekly earnings and, for the remaining 33 weeks, must pay the lower of the following: £140.98 per week"
This information is what made me think i could get my OMP from my normal nhs job and also get SMP from my bank / private job.
If your second job -10 hrs- is a permanent contracted post, then SMP may be a possibility. If your 2nd job is NHS bank work for a trust or a NHS contractor, I’m almost 100% sure you are not entitled to paid sick or annual leave or maternity pay.