BDI Resourcing are searching for an international doctor to fill a Specialty Medical/Clinical Oncology position within a busy Greater Manchester NHS Trust
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic, motivated Oncology Speciality Doctor to join our busy oncology directorate based in a Manchester NHS Trust. The successful candidate will work with a team of clinical and medical oncologists. The post holder will provide support to the oncology team which includes a total of 25 clinics per week and two chemotherapy departments (20 sessions per week in total).
The post holder will be required to provide clinical support in most areas of cancer (all tumour groups except for rare and very complex cancers which are referred to the local Cancer Centre). We are specifically looking for a speciality doctor with training and some experience in medical oncology across the range of ‘common’ tumour types.
A flexible and adaptable approach is required to meet the needs of the service. In return, we can offer you a supportive environment with development opportunities. The Trust are committed to supporting you through your clinical audit, research and educational training needs.
The Trust is one of the busiest in the UK providing services to a population of 520,000 people. It provides a comprehensive range of secondary care facilities and is also a tertiary referral and treatment centre for hepato-biliary, head and neck and urological cancers. There is a full team of chemotherapy staff and three senior acute oncology nurses (7-day nursing service) in addition to a fully established team of MDT Coordinators, medical secretaries, cancer nurse specialists, clinical psychology service (for cancer patients) and 2 full time cancer service improvement facilitators. The service covers all major tumour groups. The Cancer Directorate is part of the Surgical and Anaesthetics Division. There is a Lead Cancer Clinician (Clinical Director), Lead Cancer Nurse (Macmillan Assistant Director of Nursing) and a Lead Cancer Manager (Directorate Manager for Cancer & Oncology) heading up the Directorate.
BDI Resourcing are searching for an international doctor to fill the position of Specialty Doctor of Microbiology within an NHS Trust in Greater Manchester.
You will join a close team of Microbiologists and infectious disease Clinicans providing high standardss of infection management, laboratory microbiology, infection prevention and control. The Microbiology department comprises bacteriology, serology, mycology and parasitology.
The successful candidate will be expected to work across the hospital sites to provide clinical advice, antimicrobial stewardship, and infection prevention and control services. The out-of-hours on-call duty is shared equally.
As a team-player and excellent communicator, you will be involved in planning changes to working practices and developing services. Supervising the day to day work in a section of the laboratory you will ensure that high standards are maintained.
GMC Eligibility required – FRCPath support provided
PLAB or MRCP required
BDI Resourcing are seeking an international doctor for a Locum Consultant Medical Oncology post within a Greater Manchester NHS Trust.
The hospital are looking for someone with a high level of experience and expertise in mutually agreed tumour sites and the ability to demonstrate expertise at consultant level in Medical Oncology. An interest in research and teaching of undergraduates and postgraduates is an advantage.
The Oncology Department currently has 9 Medical Oncology and 12 Clinical Oncology Consultants. The five year plan for the Service will see the number of consultant posts increase with the aim of ensuring that the number of new patients seen per annum per consultant is at Royal College recommended levels.
Applicants must have MBBS or equivalent medical qualification and membership of the Royal College of Physicians or equivalent. Applicants must be on the GMC Specialist Register via CCT (or expected CCT within 6 months at time of interview), CESR or European Community Rights.
BDI Resourcing are seeking a hard-working and motivated international doctor for a Clinical Oncology post in a University Hospital in Greater Manchester. CESR support and educational CPD will be provided by the Trust.
Full FRCR or MRCP preferred, but PLAB candidates are also welcome to apply. You will also need a pass in IELTS or OET to evidence your English language skills.
BDI Resourcing are seeking an international doctor for a Clinica Oncology post within a University Hospital located in Greater Manchester.
The Oncology Department provides a comprehensive clinical, radiotherapy, chemotherapy service and Oncology malignancies are treated for the population of Greater Manchester.
Applicants must have full GMC registration with a licence to practise. You will have at least four years’ full-time postgraduate training (or its equivalent gained on a part-time or flexible basis), at least two of which will be in a specialty training programme in a relevant specialty or as a fixed term specialty trainee in a relevant specialty. Alternatively you will have equivalent experience and competencies. Your previous experience will include responsibility for Acute Medical Care.
As well as clinical commitments, the posts do carry teaching/learning opportunities and attendance at accredited learning events will be encouraged and funded by the Trust.
You must have full FRCR and a pass in IELTS/OET to apply.
BDI Resourcing are seeking an international doctor for a Consultant Histopathology post within a Manchester NHS Trust.
You will be expected to have or develop a subspecialist interest in more than one area.
All areas of expertise will be considered depending on the interests of the applicant. Urological, gastro-intestinal, breast, renal, skin and respiratory pathology are the subspecialist areas of greatest need although additional support would also be helpful in gynaecological pathology.
The cellular pathology laboratory (histology, cytology and neuropathology) is in a purpose-built facility.
The department operates a subspecialist system of reporting serviced by teams of consultants.
The Royal College Workload matrix is utilised as a guide to enable an equitable distribution of work and for use as a tool for medical workforce planning. Flexible working for part of contracted hours is under evaluation.
The department is in the process of implementing digital pathology.
This post requires full FRCPath and a pass in IELTS or OET to evidence your English language skills.