BDI Resourcing are seeking international nurses to join various Manchester NHS Trusts.
The NHS needs thousands of nurses to improve the health of the UK population with the aim to provide safe, high-quality services using innovative models of care while ensuring the patient is at the heart of everything that you do.
The Nursing team within the NHS are dedicated to improving and protecting the long-term sustainability of primary care - helping to meet the physical, mental and social needs of the population.
We are looking for a range of highly motivated and enthusiastic nurses to join the NHS to help deliver the stated vision.
We are seeking an Acute Medicine Physician to join a North East NHS Trust.
The successful applicant will be joining a team of 7 Acute Consultant Physicians working in the Acute Medical Unit and Ambulatory Emergency Medicine Clinic.
The hospital is within a successful Trust and located in a beautiful part of the country.
The area is a great place to both live and work, excellent-quality schools and public transport links.
A London NHS Trust is undergoing a radical period of development and growth and they are looking for talented individuals to join their team and help achieve their ambition to deliver the gold standard of care for their patients.
The Trust plan to grow their ability to care for children requiring emergency treatment: a six-fold increase in capacity with a dedicated waiting area for children and adolescents, a dedicated resus and HDU space, as well as clinical isolation cubicles and provisions to support patients with mental health conditions.
If you share our passion for providing the best possible care to children and their parents when they need it most and want to work in a team that is constantly striving to offer new and improved operational processes then we would love to hear from you.
We are currently looking for an enthusasitic and dynamic team player for the appointment of a full-time, Permanent Consultant Radiologist with an interest in Thoracic imaging at a South West hospital's imaging department.
1.The post holder will be a member of the thoracic radiology team based in Wythenshawe hospital but supporting the whole Trust, acting as a source of advice for consultant colleagues and general practitioners.
2. Develop good working relationships with professional colleagues within the Radiology Department, the Trust, primary care and with Regional Specialty colleagues.
3. Support Trainees, Radiographers and Sonographers in delivering the thoracic radiology service to patients.
4. Adopt, where relevant, the guidelines and protocols produced by the Royal College of Radiologists and local approved Trust guidelines.
5. Will be responsible for presenting the results of radiological investigations, or ensuring that colleagues present those results to required MDTs.
6. With Thoracic Service Leads, and other senior staff in radiology, the post holder will determine the department’s direction with reference to Trust tertiary services and patient needs.
7. Will participate in the 1 in 12 consultant-led on-call service in Radiology which is being re-designed as part of the merger of UHSM and CMFT.
The salary scale is as per the Terms & Conditions of Service as set out in the Consultant Contract 2003. The current scale is £76,761 rising to £103,490 per annum, for 10 programmed activities per week. Any agreed extra programmed activities, and on-call requirement will be paid in addition to the basic salary.
Pay progression will be on the anniversary of appointment and is subject to satisfactory participation in annual appraisal, the completion of a job plan review and agreed personal objectives as set out in Schedule 15 of the Terms and Conditions.
Starting salary will be determined according to the terms and conditions as per the Consultant Contract 2003. Where a candidate has service in or outside the NHS which they feels should be taken into account in determining the starting salary, this will be considered following the offer of appointment by the AAC.
Your annual leave entitlement is as per Schedule 18 of the Terms and Conditions. At least six weeks’ notice is required before taking annual leave. Numbers of Years of Completed Service as a Consultant.
Are you an international nurse looking to relocate to the UK and work within the NHS?
We currently have a number of fantastic opportunities surrounding the thriving Manchester area - and we want to hear from you!
The Trust offers a unique range of services to the North West population, treating and managing the simplest to the most complex conditions and diseases. For nurses, it means the chance to gain diverse experience.
Applications are invited for an NHS Consultant/Locum Consultant Breast Radiologist for an NHS Trust located in the Midlands.
There is an expectation that the post-holder will offer general radiological expertise and take part in routine work in the department. The department would be flexible in accommodating secondary areas of interest.
As a diagnostic radiologist you will be encouraged to further develop your CT, MRI, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine/PET, Fluoroscopy, Interventional expertise etc. This Trust will allow you to work flexibly to allow you to thrive.
On call: Currently 1:4-8 plus additional payments depending on intensity and frequency
Responsible to: Clinical Directorapp
Reporting to: Radiology Head of Service
Your annual leave entitlement is as per Schedule 18 of the Terms and Conditions. Approval of annual leave will be sought in writing at least 6 weeks’ notice before the first day of the proposed annual leave.
Consultants who have undertaken up to, and including, 7 years’ service as a Consultant
Consultants who have undertaken more than 7 years’ service as a Consultant
The Appointee will be expected, in conjunction with his / her colleagues, to provide a comprehensive radiology service to United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT) to the highest standard. From a base to be agreed provide reporting services to other sites within the trust. Any successful candidate may be expected to work on other sites within the Trust as required.
The post may be flexible to some degree based on workload and activity. Team work is very important.
The successful applicant will support and work closely with the Clinical Director, Radiology Head of Service, Lead Nurse and Radiology Operational Managers.
In addition, he/she will be required to:
The Radiology Directorate has an established audit programme with monthly clinical governance meetings regarding Clinical Radiology, in which you will be required to attend and participate. The programme is intended to be multidisciplinary whenever possible and also incorporate Trust-wide audit topics
Are you an international doctor looking to start a UK career in Medicine? Do you have plans to progress to Higher Speciality Training or a Consultant via the CESR route?
Applications are invited for the above post of Middle Grade Emergency Medicine in the Accident and Emergency Department of a North East NHS Trust - the largest Trust in the North of England.
The post holder will be clinically and educationally responsible to the Consultants in
The post holder will support the Emergency Department in:
1. Ensuring the effective organisation of the reception, resuscitation, diagnosis and
emergency treatment of all patients presenting to the Emergency Department.
2. The appropriate discharge of patients to a specialist unit within the hospital and
other hospitals in the area, General Practitioner or back to the community.
3. The direct clinical supervision and training of the Emergency Department Junior
Medical Staff and Emergency Nurse Practitioners working in the Emergency
Department as well as the organisation and delegation of clinical work.
4. The readiness of the department to implement at any time the Major Incident Plan.
5. The post holder will contribute to the periodic reviews and verifications of these
6. The monitoring of the quality of service given by the Emergency Department, which
includes clinical audit.
7. Active participation at various committees and working groups.
8. Participation in development of emergency treatment protocols.
9. Professional supervision under Consultant guidance aiming to encourage the
development of all doctors within Emergency Medicine.
10. Contributing to the provision of reports for the Coroner, Police Statements and for
Complaints management adhering to time frames.
11. Demonstrating an involvement in Clinical Governance, Risk Management and
12. Contributing to collaborating with Emergency colleagues.
13. Ensuring own practice is up to date. This will include taking responsibility for own clinical professional development and participation in the Trust wide appraisal
14. Complying with data protection.
15. Complying with all relevant Trust Policies and Procedures.
The Emergency Department is committed to increasing the profile of Education and Training. The post holder will be required to participate fully in the education and training of medical students, trainee doctors, paramedical, nursing and other appropriate personnel.
There are weekly training sessions for all doctors on Thursday afternoons. The post holder will have one day every fortnight protected for SPA (supporting professional activity) relating to administration, training, teaching, continuous professional development.
There is new, state of the art postgraduate medical centre on site with lecture rooms and several seminar rooms provided with extensive audio-visual facilities. Facilities for poster preparation and presentation are available at the centre. There is a staffed library, a dining / sitting room. A full programme of academic meetings, seminars and tutorials is organised for hospital Doctors, General Practitioners and other professionals of the hospital.
BDI Resourcing are looking for an enthusiastic international doctor for a Speciality Doctor Ophthalmology post to assist with the day-to-day running of a busy Ophthalmology Department located in Greater London.
The post offers excellent professional and personal experience.
The successful candidate must have Ophthalmic experience and demonstrate a good grounding in General Ophthalmology and Cataract Surgery.
The post will provide you with an opportunity to develop a sub-speciality interest in medical retina or glaucoma but doctors with training in other complimentary sub-specialties will be considered as well.
We are looking for a Consultant Radiologist with an interest in Paediatric Radiology.
The successful applicant will join an estbalished cohesive team of Paediatric Radiologists in delivering acute and elective imaging in both specialist areas in General Radiology and Paediatric imaging services.
A major refurbishment programme of all Trust MRI and CT scanners has recently been completed ensuring the latest technology is available.
The service has strong links to academic and other radiology departments; the opportunity to be involved in research is available for interested candidates.
We are inviting international doctors to apply for a Consultant Cellular Pathology post offering an interesting and rewarding work with good work-life balance in a beautiful rural locaton within easy reach of one of the UK's major cities.
You will be joining a friendly, supportive, forward-thinking Celluar Pathology team.
The Department is well-equipped and has full UKAS accreditation. The laboratory processes 30,000 Surgical specimens and 2,000 non-gynae cytology specimens annually. There were 720 coroner’s autopsies in 2017.
The Consultants subspecialise in three to four areas of surgical pathology, in addition to general biopsy reporting, with a lead role in at least one specialty.
The location is described as having 'Outstanding Natural Beauty' and is home to World Heritage sites. The area will also offer you excellent-quality schools and affordable housing.
International doctors are invited to apply for a Consultant Cellular Pathology post for a South East hospital, located just 25 minutes from Central London.
The hospital serves a population of approximately 400,000 and the successful Consultant Histopathologist will report on the full range of celluar pathology speciments received into the department.
The hospital is renowned for its friendly atmosphere and has ongoing expansion developments.
The appointment will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check for the successful candidate prior to commencement.
We are currently looking for several international doctors in Medicine for NHS Trusts located in the Midlands.
The hospitals we are working with are friendly, motivated and supportive of IMG's joining their hospital. All hospitals provide high quality and a patient focused service to the local population.
This is a great first NHS position for IMGs who are keen to move to a beautiful part of the United Kingdom with excellent access to other major UK cities.
Salary scales are determined by previous experience and qualifications so please get in touch for full information on this and one of our expert team will be able to talk you through possible banding.
Relocation expenses can often be negotiated for successful candidates and these are considered on a case by case basis.
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