Staff Grade in Ophthalmology

Jersey (GB) (JE)
44888 - 74162 GBP
12 Apr 2021
02 May 2021
Contract Type
Full Time

Applicants with an interest in ophthalmic surgery or a sub-specialty would be welcome

Jersey General Hospital Gross basic salary: £44,888 - £74,162 (dependent on experience)

10 PAs with no on-call commitment

Situated just 40 minutes by plane from London with excellent transport links to the whole of the UK & Europe, the beautiful island of Jersey - a British Crown Dependency -enjoys excellent weather, spectacular natural beauty, a low burden of taxation, excellent primary and secondary school education, and a healthy work-life balance.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for the successful applicant to relocate to our Island. Our eye department offers general and sub-specialist services to our population including sub-specialist surgery in oculoplastics, surgical retina, and cornea.

The successful applicant will join a team of 3 consultants, an Associate Specialist, 2 orthoptists, 2 Clinical Nurse Specialists and several further members of nursing and support staff. We benefit from a world-class standard of equipment, both in clinic and theatre. For applicants with experience or interest in ophthalmic surgery (minor operations and/or phacoemulsification) there will be opportunities to undergo appropriate surgical training and/or carry out independent theatre lists, depending on experience and ability. The experience gained during this role may count towards future CESR application or Associate Specialist promotion.

Full travelling expenses are paid from a UK port of entry, with a generous relocation package available and the appointee may take advantage of Jersey taxation policies. The post attracts residential qualifications on our island and Jersey offers excellent education for children. Under Jersey Law, applicants must possess FULL registration with the General Medical Council and hold a licence to practise.

The Government of Jersey is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable people (to include children) and requires all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. As this position will work with vulnerable people, the selection process will involve safeguarding measures and include an enhanced DBS check.

If you would like to discuss the post informally or arrange a visit (virtual or in person) please contact: Mr Anish Shah – Clinical Lead, telephone 01534 444215 or email

Closing date: 2 May 2021.

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