BDI Resourcing are searching for an international Doctor to fill an NHS Locum Consultant Clinical Oncologist position (Urology + 1 tumour site of preference) within the West Midlands
FRCR, MRCP or Equivalent (GMC Registration) required
Applications are invited for a Specialty Doctor in Medical Oncology at a leading University Teaching Hospital NHS Trust in the Midlands.
The successful applicant will join a friendly, enthusiastic and innovative team, committed to supporting your Continued Professional Development (CPD) as an NHS Oncologist. The post holder will Work alongside a team of Consultants and Specialist Registrars as well as with the wider cancer multi-disciplinary to deliver exceptional cancer care throughout the region. The exact tumour site and outpatient work commitment will depend on the interests and skills of the successful candidate, as well as the needs of the Cancer Centre
The Trust prides itself on its flexible and supportive ethos, promoting staff well-being whilst maintaining its excellent reputation of developing internationally trained Oncologists in post.
The Department is actively involved in audit and research and the successful applicant will have access to a varied educational programme and all training opportunities available to the existing specialist trainees. There will be no on-call commitments for this post, unless specifically requested by the successful applicant
Eligibility for GMC registration (required)
Requirements: Full GMC, FRCS preferable
BDI Resourcing are now searching for an international Doctor to fill a Locum Consultant Clinical Oncology position within a highly reputable NHS Trust in the Midlands for a 24 month contract.
BDI Resourcing are seeking an international doctor for a Specialty Doctor Medical Oncology post within a West Midlands NHS Trust.
You will provide outpatient care through the outpatient clinics and day case units where Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapy Treatments are delivered, as well as inpatient care on the main oncology wards.
You will also become an active member of the hospital's Disease Groups enabling the post holder to work with the Multidisciplinary team to deliver treatment for patients and to develop trial activity hand in hand with clinical service activity.
This post requires full MRCP and a pass in IELTS or OET to evidence your English language skills.