BDI resourcing have a fantastic NHS opportunity for a keen NHS Locum Consultant in Histopathology. The Position is within a great NHS Trust in Wales!
Duties of the post:
- The appointee will share the responsibilities of the histopathology service with the current pathologists.
- The post holder will be expected to participate and be innovative in the activities of the department including audit, quality assurance, teaching of junior medical and technical staff, including undergraduates when required. Via the wide range of clinico-pathological meetings they will be expected to build relations with clinical colleagues.
- The post holder will be expected to support and/or initiate clinical research and encourage the campus medical student population to take an interest in pathology.
- The post holder will be expected to work alongside professional colleagues and managers in Cellular Pathology, the rest of the Trust and to maintain the efficient running of Cellular Pathology.
- The post holder will be responsible for all of their signed reports issued from the histopathology department. This will be on a rota basis with consultant colleagues.
- The post-holder will be required to maintain their continuing professional development (CPD) to be able to successfully revalidate. As per the Trust requirement the successful candidate will be required to have annual appraisal and attend / keep fully up to date with statutory and mandatory training as stipulated.
- 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.
Working in wales:
Wales is a Country in the South West of the UK and is popular for its beautiful coastline, mountainous national parks and distinctive Welsh language. The capital of Wales is Cardiff which is a coastal city with an extensive array of history, leisure and culture.
Working for NHS Wales will bring you plenty of benefits including:
- Annual Leave – you will receive a generous annual leave allowance of 27 days leave a year plus bank holidays, rising to 29 days after five years and 33 days after ten years of service
- Flexible Working – NHS Wales appreciate that there is more to life than work and so they offer a flexible working policy to help you balance your home and working life. This includes part-time hours, job sharing options, career breaks, flexible retirement and working from home where applicable
- Occupational Health - All employees have access to our occupational health services: the service can support staff with stress management, confidential counselling and seasonal vaccinations.
- Salary – Everyone who joins the NHS is guaranteed a salary that matches their ability and responsibilities and is given every opportunity to increase it through training and development