BDI Resourcing are exciting to release this amazing opportunity for a Locum Consultant in Ophthalmology with an interest in RMD for a position in the Midlands
In addition to any specialist interests all consultants will be involved in providing a general clinical service to the Trust:
i. Responsibility for diagnosis & treatment of patients at the hospitals & clinics at which you have duties.
ii. Responsible for the continuing care & treatment of patients in your charge & personal performance of clinical duties as agreed in your job plan, allowing for all proper delegation to & training of your staff.
iii. Provision of an out-of-hours service with consultant colleagues including on-call rota commitments.
iv. Active participation in undergraduate & post graduate education, including training sessions for Foundation Years, Specialty Registrars and medical students.
v. Provision of cover for your consultant colleagues during reasonable periods of leave including care of patients & supervision of doctors in training.
vi. Responsible for the professional supervision, training & management of junior medical staff, carrying out teaching, examination & accreditation duties as required & contributing to postgraduate & CPD activity locally & nationally as appropriate.
vii. Participate in clinical audit under local arrangements.
viii. Commitment to entering patients into MRC trials where appropriate (if the appointee has an interest in research this would be supported by the Trust & the Division).
ix. Commitment to taking part in annual appraisal process which will be undertaken by the Deputy Assistant Clinical Director for Ophthalmology.,
x. Responsible for compliance with personal continuing professional development requirements with the support of the Trust. It is mandatory for all Consultants to keep up to date with evidence based practice.
xi. Responsible for maintaining awareness of & acting in accordance with professional guidelines such as “Duties of a Doctor”, “Good Medical Practice”, & the “GMC Performance Procedures” .
xiii. Exceptional requirements to undertake additional duties for limited periods within geographical area specified above or undertake duties at other hospitals in the event of a major disaster or incident.
?? Possession of MRCOphth/FRCOphth Postgraduate Qualification or equivalent
?? Full GMC registration with a license to practice
BDI Resourcing are seeking an international doctor for an ST3+ Plastic Surgery post within a Midlands NHS Trust.
The of Plastic Surgery is part of the Division of Planned care, whose multidisciplinary approach to the provision of health care underpins the aim of the Division achieving the highest possible standards.
The applicant should have Experience working at middle grade/registrar level within Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, equivalent to a level at ST4/5The post is not educationally recognised by the postgraduate dean, however you will have access to teaching and training as required.
This post requires full MRCS, a pass in IELTS or OET and UK experience.