Clinical Fellow (ST3/4) in Emergency Medicine

  • MN35 pay scale £37,068 - £48,367 + 1A Banding
  • London
  • Fixed

There is a fantastic opportunity to join a busy Emergency Department as a Clinical Fellow (ST3/4) at a reputable Trust in London, where you will assist in the running of the shop floor and supporting your colleagues in managing the department. You will also be expected to supervise the Junior doctors in the department. This is a unique opportunity for doctors looking for exposure to a multitude of cases of all types.

Main Duties:

The post holder will be clinically and educationally responsible to the Consultants in the Emergency Department  

The poster holder will support the Emergency Department in:

  • Direct clinical supervision and training of the Emergency department Junior medical staff and Emergency Nurse practitioners working in the ED as well as the organisation and delegation of clinical work.
  • The appropriate discharge of patients to a specialist unit within the hospital and other hospitals in the area, including GPs
  • The readiness of the department to implement at any time the Major Incident Plan
  • The post holder is expected to contribute to the periodic reviews and verifications of these plans
  • Active participation vat various committees and working groups
  • Participation in development of emergency treatment protocols
  • Ensuring the effective organization of the reception, resuscitation, diagnosis and emergency treatment of all patients presenting to the Emergency Department.
  • Ensuring own practice is up to date. This will include taking responsibility for own clinical professional development and participation in the Trust wide appraisal system.

The Department and Hospital:

The Trust has 2 hospitals that both have Emergency Departments in London, both being the busiest emergency departments in the city. In 2019/20 there were 189,518 emergency and urgent attendances (Type 1 & 2) and nearly 65,000 ambulance arrivals at both sites. The Trust has a Hyper Acute Stroke Unit at both sites as well as a Neurosciences Centre, and a dedicated breast care service at one of the sites. There will be opportunities to formally and informally develop non-clinical skills like management, quality improvement, and leadership and supervision. We have an incredible record of training and teaching, especially in quality improvement and collaborating with all staff to create ways to enhance working conditions.


London is one the most desirable locations to live in the UK due to its large international community making it a very welcoming and diverse location from doctors joining. London is a modern, innovative, and iconic city, steeped in history. There are amazing transport links making the city centre as well as the surrounding areas easily accessible. any candidates that have children, there is large number of ‘Good’ to ‘Outstanding’ rated schools in the local area.


  • Full MRCEM or NHS experience
  • 2 or more years A&E experience
  • OET or IELTS if you are applying from overseas
  • GMC Registered or registration in process

How to Apply

To apply for this role, simply send your CV through to and one of our specialist medicine team can pick it up. If you have any questions or would like to know more, please email your queries through to the same address and one of our team will be in touch.   

How BDI Resourcing can support

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  • CV Preparation using our recognised bespoke guidance
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  • Contract and offer negotiations for salary, relocation packages, tenure and more

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  • Short- and long-term accommodation sourcing
  • Travel Arrangements
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Bryan Solarte Associate Recruitment Consultant

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