JSD Higher (ST3) in Emergency Medicine, Education Fellow

Birmingham, West Midlands
22 Dec 2020
17 Jan 2021
Career Level
Trust / Career grade
Contract Type
Fixed Contract
Full Time

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An opportunity to work in the biggest and best Emergency Medicine Directorates in the United Kingdom

JSD Higher (ST3) in Emergency Medicine - Educational Fellow

Birmingham is the second largest city in the country. Our community is socially and ethnically amongst the most diverse to be found within the UK. This diversity is reflected in our team, with staff members from all over the world.

Birmingham boasts a vibrant and varied experience. There are world class sporting venues, internationally recognized architecture and a huge diverse cultural heritage. There are good transport links both locally, nationally and internationally. This allows for both city and rural living within easy travelling distance to all our sites.

The whole trust will see and treat more than 2.2 million people every year across our sites and our hospitals deliver more babies than anywhere else in Europe. We have over 20,000 members of staff and we are committed to investing in their development and their health and wellbeing.

Across our three Emergency Departments, at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Heartlands, Good Hope, we have an established consultant team with over 200 years of joint experience in delivering Emergency Care, with a wide range of special interests and regional, national and international roles. Our people are our focus. We are a driven, passionate and a supportive team, working together to deliver the best care possible for our patients.

The Queen Elizabeth site is a Major Trauma Centre, with many tertiary specialist services such as neurosurgery and transplant services. The Heartlands Hospital site is a Trauma Unit, has primary PCI services and advanced vascular services. Our departments have undergone extensive refurbishment and redesign in response the COVID 19 pandemic. All three departments have Rapid Assessment and Treatment services; and supporting ambulatory care and frailty units. Heartlands and Good Hope have separate Paediatric Emergency Department areas with specialist children’s’ nursing teams.

Our job plans are flexible to balance work and home life, we have significant alternative work force including Emergency Nurse Practitioners and Advanced Clinical Practitioners.

We are now in a position to significantly expand our team at all levels. The posts on offer are listed below. All post may involve an element of cross site working.