BDI Resourcing need a Consultant Radiologist with a specialist interest in Paediatric Radiology to join a London NHS Trust.
This is a replacement post, primarily to support the Paediatric and Neonatal Services for the population served by the Trust, but with a commitment to general Radiology workload.
The successful candidate will be expected, in conjunction with their colleagues, to provide a comprehensive radiology service to the London NHS Trust.
The post may be flexible to some degree based on workload and activity. Team work is very important.
The post holder will support and work closely with the Clinical Director, Radiology Head of Service, Lead Nurse and Radiology Operational Managers.
In addition, he/she will be required to:
If you have had experience in a caring role and want to build a UK career in nursing - we can help.
We have a number of international nursing vacancies located at a Greater London NHS Trust. The Trust will help you acquire new skills, achieve qualifications in nursing.
You will receive:
Applications are invited for a Registrar Vascular Surgery post within a London NHS Trust.
The post is for 10 PA's. Please note, the number of PA's is provisional and may increase subject to job plan agreement.
The NHS Trust has a reputation for providing high-quality, well-structed care in a friendly and supportive environment.
We are looking for a dynamic doctor with enthusiasm and leadership qualities.
The Department has a strong research track record and the successful candidate is expected to participate in current and future research projects. The on call rota is 1:12 and covers the regional Vascular Network.
The Department is equipped with a state of the art hybrid theatre and is very active in endovascular work on a daily basis.
BDI Resourcing are seeking an exprienced, motivated and friendly international doctor for a Consultant Microbiology post located in a Greater London NHS Trust.
The Trust is excellently located - just a 25 minute train from London's centre, offerring good-quality schools and quality of life, with close access to international airports.
The role of the Consultant Microbiologist is:
A Greater London NHS Trust invites international doctors to apply for a Consultant Haematologist post. The successful candidate will have an interest in haemato-oncology.
The department is warm, friendly, open and supportive and has a professional and friendly working relationship with clinicians.
The Department provides a clinical and laboratory service, managing a full range of haematological conditions to BCSH level 2a. Salvage therapy and high dose therapy cases are referred to Royal Victoria Hospital Blackpool and Central Manchester Haematology centres. Clinical haematology in-patient beds are ring fenced, with junior doctor cover provided by the medical team. The modern Blood Sciences laboratory is accredited to UKAS ISO15189.
The post holder should have a broad training in clinical and laboratory haematology and must have made steps towards their GMC Registration.
Given the rising number of haematology cancers an interest in haemato-oncology would be welcomed. Development of areas of specialised expertise is encouraged and would be planned during annual team job planning round.
The successful applicant will be expected to work with management and clinical colleagues to further develop the haematology service and achieve the Trust’s key objectives.
International doctors have the opportunity to work within the Acute Medical Department, specifically the Acute Medical Care Unit, Ambulatory Care Unit and Escalation.
This post is ideal for candidates who hold MRCP and have experience in ICU, Emergency Medicine and General Medicine.
You will be encouraged to identify your own learning and development needs linked to the current and future needs of the hospital; to provide rotation/ secondment opportunities between specialties and other departments/ directorates and to take advantage of any future Trust-wide career opportunities.
BDI Resourcing are looking for an enthusiastic international doctor for a Speciality Doctor Ophthalmology post to assist with the day-to-day running of a busy Ophthalmology Department located in Greater London.
The post offers excellent professional and personal experience.
The successful candidate must have Ophthalmic experience and demonstrate a good grounding in General Ophthalmology and Cataract Surgery.
The post will provide you with an opportunity to develop a sub-speciality interest in medical retina or glaucoma but doctors with training in other complimentary sub-specialties will be considered as well.
Applications are invited from international doctors for this post located within a London Hospital.
The Trust provides excellent patient service and training opportunities within a tertiary neonatal unit.
You will join a team of Consultant Neonatologists undertaking inpatient and outpatient work, Speciality Doctors, Clinical Research Fellows and Neonatal Nurses.
All rotas are compliant with the European Working Time Directive.
The neonatal department within the hospital has a strong educational and academic base and many opportunities exist for the post holder to acquire clinical skills and training as well as audit and research experience.
The post is exactly comparable to training posts in terms of opportunities and many doctors have progressed to appointment in paediatric training programmes.