Specialty Doctor in Emergency Medicine

  • £52,520 - £82,400 (dependant on experience)
  • South West
  • Fixed


The department are seeking an emergency medicine doctor with UK experience to join their growing team of specialty doctors in the Southwest of England. The hospital is one of the main providers of healthcare services in the area, with great emphasis on teaching and further education and training.

This is an ideal position for a doctor seeking to pursue CESR accreditation with great opportunities for beneficial rotations, whilst working as part of a high-functioning, professional team.

The Job

The typical rota will comprise of 9 DCC PAs + 1 SPA for studying, teaching or research, 28 days per annum of leave (33 on completion of NHS service) on top of a dedicated 10 days of leave per annum for continued professional development. There is an enhanced rate for two hours of every PA between 10pm and 8am. Daily responsibilities include:

  • The management and assessment of patients, ensuring high clinical standards are maintained.
  • Day-to-day management of the ED shopfloor
  • Supervising, teaching and training of junior staff.
  • Regular partaking in continued professional development.

The Trust

This trust has a fantastic reputation of fully supporting doctors undertaking CESR accreditation, with any required rotational specialty to be facilitated. They pride themselves on their extensive induction program, where the candidate will be able to settle in to the fast-paced environment working a more junior rota to accelerate the adjustment process.

The Requirements 

The following requirements must be met to be considered for this role:

  • MRCEM or FRCEM Primary
  • 4 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) postgraduate experience – at least 2 in relevant specialty.
  • Six months experience in NHS post
  • GMC full registration

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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