A Trust in the South West of England is looking to appoint a Senior Clinical Fellow in Oncology. This is an excellent opportunity for an Oncology doctor to join a supportive and dedicated team and gain valuable NHS experience and training before joining a Consultant/Specialty Doctor post or applying for Oncology Specialty Training. After joining the team, you will be allocated a Mentor from one of the Consultant staff team, and this mentor will closely monitor your progress in post and offer support with Clinical and Educational professional development. Study leave will be available for those wishing to work on further postgraduate medical qualifications, such as MRCP or FRCR. There will be dedicated time weekly for supporting professional activities, which can be used to work on the CESR portfolio. The CESR Lead in the Trust is keen to onboard overseas trained doctors and offer appropriate training and support with CESR. After the initial fixed-term contract ends, the department would like to encourage the post-holder to remain as an employee and be supported towards a Consultant-level. It will be a standard 40 hours p/w (10PA) job plan, and you can expect to be doing the following:
- Providing care to patients across a range of subsite areas (flexible depending on interests/experience)
- Working as part of a multidisciplinary team and discussing cases with the relevant tumour site team
- Supervising and prescribing systemic treatment
- Reviewing new and follow up patients in outpatient clinics
- Planning radiotherapy (for doctor’s hoping to pursue Clinical Oncology)
- Managing inpatient ward and acute oncological cases
- Committing to supporting professional activities and continued educational development
- Completing quality improvement projects
- Participating in clinical trials and research
- Contributing to on-call rota
- Post: Senior Clinical Fellow in Oncology
- Contract: 2 year Fixed Term
- Salary: £51,017 + on-call uplifts equating to up to £70,000
The Trust provides care to a population of over 1 million living in the surrounding region and is proud of creating a safe and comfortable atmosphere, where the team is friendly and welcoming. You’ll be based in the Cancer Centre however you may have some off-site commitments which are fortunately very easily accessible by road or rail. Most outpatient clinics are in the main Hospital site, where there’s also a custom-built ward for Oncology and Haematology patients which is well-staffed by Consultants, Specialist Registrars, Specialty doctors and Junior doctors. You’ll also find expert Oncology nurses who can assist with prescribing and inpatient SACT patients. There is an Acute Oncology ward which is dedicated to patients suffering acute side effects. The Radiotherapy Department offers a wide range of state-of-the-art facilities including liner accelerators, brachytherapy, superficial X-rays and electrons, CT planning and virtual simulator suite. There is a strong commitment to research, and the Cancer Centre Clinical Trials Unit has a bespoke research suite and consultation rooms. There is an Education Centre, where specialist medical teachings are held regularly, and there are library facilities with IT equipment to use. You’ll be encouraged to join in with the specialty-specific seminars to support with continuous personal development.
- The Cancer Centre is based in a thriving town which is known for having a very friendly community and a very low crime rate.
- The transport links from the town by rail and road are excellent, so you benefit from living in a familiar and safe environment, whilst still having access to larger cities which are less than an hour away.
- There are top schools receiving some of the best grades in region and offering educational options for all ages in both private and state schools.
- The cost of living is lower than the neighbouring cities and rent is more affordable.
- In addition to having lots to see and do within the town, there are really beautiful green spaces in the mountains and hills nearby, as well as stunning beaches a short drive away.
- GMC Registered with License to Practice/GMC application submission in process (essential)
- Minimum 3 years specialty specific experience in Oncology (essential)
- MRCP (UK), FRCR (UK), or equivalent postgraduate qualification (desirable)
How BDI Resourcing can support
When choosing to apply for your next Senior Clinical Fellow in Oncology 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 Senior Clinical Fellow in Oncology 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 Oncology 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 oncology team will be in touch to discuss your options.
We look forward to hearing from you and wish you all the best with your job search.