£ 75,249 – £ 101,451 per annum
Superb Working Conditions
Provide a first class service in gastroenterology supported by junior medical staff.
Undertake outpatient clinics (and supervise registrar and SHO clinics) and endoscopy sessions. Work closely with other medical and surgical colleagues to provide a seamless service especially for cancer patients and patients referred under the cancer access targets
Provide in-patient services for medical patients when required
Work closely with colleagues to drive service developments in line with the dynamic changing healthcare environment both locally and nationally.
Carry out teaching, examination and accreditation duties as required and contribute to undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing medical education activities.
The post holder will participate in the supervision, appraisal and assessment of doctors in training attached to the department
Participate in clinical audit, clinical risk management, clinical governance and clinical management activities across the department and within the trust.
Full GMC Registration with License to Practice (or eligibility to obtain).
MRCP or equivalent CCT in Gastroenterology and General Medicine and on GMC’s Specialist Register or within 6 months of CCT from the date of the interview or have confirmed eligibility for Specialist Registration.
Current, wide range of general medicine, gastroenterological and hepatology experience
Fully competent in upper and lower GI diagnostic & therapeutic endoscopy
Demonstrable commitment and ability to teach and train undergraduates and junior doctors. Experience of clinical audit.
Demonstrate leadership skills within a multidisciplinary team.
Ability to motivate staff, to facilitate appropriate changes in clinical practice and to work as part of a team.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, enthusiasm and approachability.
Commitment to continuing professional development and clinical governance
Please send your CV mentioning reference UK-35 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822
Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka