BDI Resourcing are welcoming applications from keen IMG's looking to relocate to the UK to work as Specialty Doctors in Clinical Oncology. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a full time NHS appointment at an NHS Trust in greater Manchester to enhance the quality of care for elective admissions and emergency referrals to the cancer inpatient services.
- The oncology services are fully integrated with other specialities such as surgery and radiology to provide a multidisciplinary approach to patient care.
- Based in some of the newest purpose-built and modern facilities in the UK, the Trust offers a wide range of courses and education in the areas of laboratory, clinical, and population health through the provision of innovative education and globally recognised research.
- In line with GMC Good Medical Practice, it is the responsibility of the post-holder to ensure that all duties are carried out to the highest possible standard, and in accordance with current quality initiatives within the area of work.
Duties of the post:
- To provide high quality care to patients, including clinical leadership and supervision of junior medical staff, ensuring the highest standards of clinical care are provided to all patients attending the hospital.
- To be proactive in ensuring that all patients receive rapid assessment, treatment and clinical decision making, whilst ensuring our standard to deliver safe quality and performance are delivered and sustained.
- To provide teaching and training to undergraduates.
- To be proactive in the Departments clinical governance agenda, thereby abiding by the clinical and corporate governance policies of the Trust.
- To participate in relevant audit and quality assurance processes.
- The appointee will work together with Clinical Oncology ST3+ trainees rotating through attachments of 6 months to provide exposure to a multitude of tumour types.
- Undertake continued professional development and be aware of any new clinical developments in oncology, and to keep regularly update skills and clinical practice.
- Depending on the successful candidates’ experience and career aims, there will be opportunity to undertake radiotherapy planning weekly and take part in peer review meetings.
- Substantial protected time will be given to help support the clinical trials team with active participation in clinical research within an oncology research portfolio.
- Academic support will be provided to a successful applicant wishing to pursue further post-graduate and/or Royal College qualifications (FRCR for example).
- Job plans to be agreed in accordance with successful applicant’s areas of interest alongside service requirements.
- SPAs will be provided as part of the successful applicant’s job plan for those building a CESR portfolio for GMC Specialist Registration.
- Full GMC
- FRCR is desirable but not essential