Consultant in Emergency Medicine

1867
  • £93,666 to £126,281
  • East Midlands
  • Fixed

The Emergency Department are currently seeking new, forward-thinking consultants to join the Trust.   With a growing population to provide care for, the Trust is seeking to expand their consultant numbers to match this increase. This is a great opportunity for a dynamic individual that enjoys a challenge and can aid in the development of the service.

The Trust, based in the East Midlands, is home to a number of large cities as well as colourful quaint towns and villages to explore – perfect for young professionals as well as large families.

The Job

Successful candidates will enjoy a 10PA job plan (7.5-8.5 DCC plus 1.5-2.5 SPA), with more PAs available subject to agreement with the Trust. The main duties of the post include:

  • Reception, resuscitation, diagnosis and initial treatment of patients.
  • Regular teaching of medical staff, nurses, ENPs, ACPs and medical students attached to the department, as well as occasional teaching of other staff.
  • Development of a specialist interest will be encouraged within the remit of the department.
  • Managerial duties as agreed with the Lead Clinician and Divisional Operational Manager.
  • Preparation of reports, plans, cases of need etc, to bid for future requirements of the department.

The Location

The East of England offers a wealth of options for living. With major cities nearby as well as local towns and villages, all lifestyles can be accommodated in the area. The area’s rich heritage, beautiful countryside and charming culture combine to make this one of the most desirable places to live and work in the country. On top of that, the local city was recently voted the happiest place to live in the county. Other benefits include:

  • Fantastic transport links to London, Birmingham, and Yorkshire
  • A plethora of history and great architecture
  • Highly-rated schools
  • Navigable waterways to explore the local area in a unique way

The Trust

The Trust serves a population of over 700,000 people across three hospitals, two of which offer A&E care. The Trust has a strong commitment to support the continuing professional development of all non-training staff to fulfil the requirements of revalidation; this includes opportunities for teaching of junior doctors and medical students at the Medical Education Centre, research and development within a specialty interest, as well as taking an active part in clinical audit and clinical governance across a range of specialities.

The Requirements

To be considered for this role, you must meet the following requirements:

  • GMC registered
  • Within 6 months of completion of CCT

How BDI Resourcing can support

When choosing to utilise BDI Resourcing when applying for your next position, you will receive the following support from our expert team of Emergency Medicine recruiters:

  • Tailored CV preparation and advice.
  • Job application support, ensuring your CV is presented to the relevant points of contact.
  • Interview preparation utilising questions that are specific to your role and the hospital you are applying to.
  • Contract and offer negotiations for salary and financial relocation support.

Once you have accepted your new role, you will then be provided support by one of our dedicated relocation experts, who will be there to support you in every step of your move into your new location. This includes:

  • Gathering of pre-employment documentation and verification.
  • CoS and VISA guidance and support.
  • Short-term and long-term accommodation sourcing.
  • Travel arrangements and guidance.
  • Family support in locating schools and any other pastoral support required.
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