Two Consultant Urologists are needed to join a Urology department in Scotland (10 PAs per week). These are fixed-term/permanent posts based primarily at one site, with some sessions at another site. The Trust has a brilliant sense of community due to its relatively smaller size. This also makes it very appealing for someone starting out in the NHS as a Consultant. There is also great levels of investment in equipment meaning that you have the tools to do what you love in the best way possible.
The main expectations and duties of the job plan will be as follows:
- Provision of outpatient, inpatient, day case and diagnostic services
- Provision of emergency services in-hours and the option to join the regional on-call aligned to another Trust.
- Demonstrate a firm involvement in Clinical Governance, Risk Management and Clinical Audit. This will include the development and maintenance of appropriate systems and practices to ensure continued safe clinical practice.
- Weekly multi-disciplinary meetings
- Take on-going responsibility for patients under his/her care.
- Provide a consultation service and advisory service to other clinical colleagues in other specialties within the Trust and Primary Care.
- Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with medical colleagues in other specialties and participate in regular clinical meetings and other post graduate activities.
- Develop and maintain good communications with General practitioners and appropriate external agencies.
- Take responsibility for the professional supervision and development of trainee doctors and other staff within the specialty. This will include the appraisal of doctors in training, and the Certificates of Satisfaction in respect of foundation year doctors.
- Ensure own practice is up-to-date which will include taking responsibility for own Continuous Professional Development and participating in the Trusts Performance and Annual Review system.
- Contract: Fixed Term
- Location: Scotland
- Salary: £93,666 - £126,281
The Trust’s Urology Service
The Department provides a core elective and emergency urology service at the Trust which is mostly based out of one site. Out-patient and cystoscopy services are also provided at a different site.
The department has significant support by General Surgical colleagues, and junior staff. The Department also has close links with the renal physicians who manage the Renal Dialysis Unit at the Trust.
The Department is part of the “managed clinical network” for cancer services for the South East of Scotland. As such, Oncology services are supported by the cancer facilities in Edinburgh. At present, emergency admissions are accepted via the General Surgical team and the local on-site Urology team will be consulted when a Urology issue confirmed. There is an SLA in-situ with another Trust so that emergencies can be transferred when out of hours.
Low house prices. Low crime rates. High standards of education. These are just 3 reasons why the location of this Trust is desirable. It also is near very beautiful towns and places of historical significance, including the home of a very famous Scottish poet. If you love nature and being out in the wild then it is also ideal, it has miles of coastline and lush forests – perfect if you like hiking, biking or swimming and fishing.
- GMC Registration with License to Practice (essential)
- Ability to practice independently at Consultant level (essential)
- MRCS at a minimum, with FRCS/FEBU and Specialist Registration being highly desirable
How BDI Resourcing can support
When choosing to apply for your next Urology role with BDI Resourcing, you’ll have the full support of an expert recruitment team who will assist, as standard, with:
- CV Preparation using our recognised bespoke guidance
- Application support with expert knowledge of specialisms, NHS and local support
- Video based Interview Preparation using specific example questions according to job role
- Contract and offer negotiations for salary, relocation packages, tenure and more
Once you have accepted your new role, you’ll then be met by one of our dedicated relocation executives who will guide you through all the way to starting to your new Urology role in the NHS including:
- Document gathering and checking
- COS and Visa Application support if applicable
- Short- and long-term accommodation sourcing
- Travel Arrangements
- Family support for finding schools and any other aspects of pastoral care
How to apply
If you wish to apply for this vacancy or if you would like to discuss your search for work and seek advice on other available posts then please send a copy of your most recent CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of the specialist Urology team will be in touch to discuss your options.
We look forward to hearing from you and wish you all the best with your application.