Location: United Kingdom
Contract Type: Full-Time Permanent
Reference Number: T2
Salary: £36400 – £47060 per Annum
The main task for a RMO is risk management, this entails recognizing and assessing a change in a patient’s condition and communicating that to the consultant in charge of the patient. The RMO is also responsible for leading the “crash team” in the event of a cardiac arrest situation, you are expected to take total charge of the situation and advise the other clinicians on what action to take.
As an RMO, you will deal largely with patients in a post-surgical setting. In every task you’ll be supported by a close-working nursing team, the detailed job description of an RMO may vary depending on the hospital, however qualification requirements are standard.
• You will be a Graduate holding a recognized medical degree, obtained following 6 years of study
• A minimum of 2 years of relevant post-qualification experience at the time of application, typically comprising 1 year as a House Officer (HO) or equivalent and at least 1 year as a Senior House Officer (SHO) or equivalent.
• Post-qualification experience should include an absolute minimum of 6 months surgery and 6 months medicine.
• Relevant experience should fall into the following categories: General surgery, Orthopaedic surgery, General Medicine, Accident & Emergency.
• Paediatrics is an essential requirement for a significant number of clients and for these a minimum of 6 months must be demonstrated. This should have been gained within the last 3 years. Doctors who have only worked with pediatrics and who therefore do not have significant experience with adults in the recent past will not be accepted.
• Experience gained within Medical Oncology, including the administration of chemotherapy is a distinct advantage.
• Must have perform minimum 400 cannulations, 400 blood takings, 50 male catheterisations and interpreted a minimum of 200 ECGs.
• Fluent spoken and written English.
• ALS and EPLS plus full GMC registration. (We can help you with this registration if you are an EU doctor).
RMOs ordinarily work week on, week off (1:1) rotations. Whilst some variations on this pattern are in operation, it is felt that 1:1 rotations offer the safest working conditions for the doctors within the hospitals, whilst providing the doctors with consolidated blocks of work to minimise their need to travel.
The hospitals that operate 1:1 rotations provide free on-duty accommodation and meals, and internet access is provided to doctors.
Please send your CV mentioning reference T2 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka
Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822