Junior Clinical Fellow - Emergency Medicine
What could a career as a doctor at Noble's Hospital offer you?
Are you looking to take the next step in your medical career in Emergency Medicine?
We're looking for motivated and enthusiastic trust grade doctors to join our fantastic ED team here at Noble's Hospital on the Isle of Man.
Why join us?
Here, you will be able to gain significant experience of major trauma associated with the island’s widespread motorsport culture – this is particularly concentrated during the TT fortnight in June followed by the Manx Grand Prix in August where several major traumas can be admitted each day requiring extensive stabilisation and intervention. Outside the motorsport season, due to the wide variety of presentations to the department given our unique location, you will have ample time to develop core techniques within Emergency Medicine within a supportive educational environment. In addition, you will also have the opportunity to undertake audit and other projects which will help improve your CV in preparation should you wish to apply for core or specialty training applications.
This is a brilliant opportunity for you work alongside a knowledgeable and supportive team comprising of three Consultants in Emergency Medicine, two Associate Specialists and nine ‘tier 4’ Specialty Doctors, as well as a large team of nursing staff, many of whom qualified Emergency Nurse Practitioners.
In return we can offer you a competitive salary, annual leave entitlement and active support for your own personal career goals, aspirations and development!
We can help with relocation
Interview expenses and a relocation package of up to £1,000 based on receipts is available for this role. For any further information on the relocation package please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more about the lifestyle, culture and living/working on the on the Isle of Man please visit www.locate.im
About our Department
The post is based at Noble’s Hospital which is a modern, bright hospital serving the acute healthcare needs of the Isle of Man. Like the UK NHS, the Isle of Man Health Service is free at the point of delivery. This post may be suited to someone who has completed their foundation training but would like further experience in a small but supportive Emergency Department prior to committing to joining a specialty training programme. The hospital is situated in the capital of the Isle of Man and equipped to the very latest standards with an Education and Training Centre and library situated in the grounds.
Our training centre called Keyll Darree comprises lecture theatre, well stocked medical library, training facilities and a state of the art simulation lab which is operated by trained simulation practitioners. Frequent simulation based surgical training programmes are run from the lab as well as drills to practice emergency procedures.
The Terms and Conditions of service on the island for this post are essentially the same as in the United Kingdom with enhancements such as automatic annual incremental pay rises.
About the Island
The Isle of Man is a special place to live and work!
Living on the Island, you can benefit from great lifestyle opportunities, open spaces, a safe environment and in your spare time, the island has plenty to offer.
We have numerous events, clubs and societies in almost everything you can imagine, from cycling to sailing and kayaking to horse riding and from cocktail bars to country pubs, there’s plenty of places to enjoy a well-deserved drink or a bite to eat. Isle of Man residents also benefit from lower tax rates than a lot of countries in the EU and a simpler, more efficient system of calculation.
For further information about living in the Isle of Man and the Island’s lifestyle, check out our All About the Isle of Man booklet attached to this advert. In addition, you can also visit www.locate.im
The Isle of Man is offering a National Insurance Holiday Scheme which allows newly employed, relocated or returning residents to apply for a refund on their National Insurance contributions for their first year of living or returning to the Isle of Man, with refunds capped at £4,000. To see how this scheme could benefit you visit www.locate.im
Find out more and apply:
More details of the duties of the post can be obtained Marc Jubb on (07624) 565008 or email Marc.Jubb@nobles.dhss.gov.im
The closing date for this vacancy is midnight on Tuesday 11 August 2020.
To apply online please visit: https://bit.ly/3eHVaT1