Consultant Cardiologist (YC72)

Location
Keighley
Salary
Negotiable £79,860 - £107,668 pro rata per annum
Posted
07 Oct 2021
Closes
26 Oct 2021
Ref
BMJ-48399/423-3422786A
Career Level
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

The expanding Consultant Cardiologist team provide both an acute and elective cardiology service. The new appointees will ideally have any sub-speciality interest. Devices and imaging sub-specialities are particularly desired to develop the service.

Main duties of the job

The Consultant Cardiologist team provide both an acute and elective cardiology service. They cover the Coronary Care Unit during the weekdays, conducting a coronary care ward round on weekday mornings at 08.30 hrs. They also provide cardiology input as requested for patients admitted by the physicians and assume ongoing responsibility for those needing intervention and other specialist input. They look after cardiology in-patients undertaking further diagnostic and therapeutic intervention. There are close links with the cardiology service at Leeds. Non- invasive diagnostic services are provided by the cardiac technical staff who also run the pacing clinic. Rapid access chest pain referrals are integrated into the outpatient cardiology clinics that operate on a comprehensive one stop principle. Facilities for CT coronary angiography and trans-oesophageal echocardiography and stress echocardiography are already well developed.

About us

The successes of our Trust are proof that fantastic quality of life can go hand-in-hand with consistent high quality patient care. Our award winning hospital is in a location providing genuine opportunities for a great work-life balance. Our local town of Skipton has been voted as the best place to live in the UK by the Sunday Times, commending its top class schools, great transport links, low crime and beautiful surrounding countryside.

Job description
Job responsibilities

Applicants must be on the Specialist Register, or within six months of being admitted to the Register for trainees if currently in a training programme within the UK. If you are a trainee, currently on a UK training programme, and are not yet on the specialist register, please provide details of your expected CCT date on your application form. In accordance with the regulations, all other categories of doctors must be on the Specialist Register at the time of their application to be eligible for consideration for a Consultant appointment by the Advisory Appointments Committee.

Prospective candidates are encouraged to visit the Trust and meet members of the management team and other senior members of staff as part of the application process.

You should complete the application form as fully as possible, including any information which may help us judge your suitability for the post. Experience outside of paid employment, such as voluntary work or caring responsibilities, may be as relevant as paid employment. You will also need to ensure that the references you provide for this position cover the last three years of employment/voluntary work or training and that they are from someone who has had direct line management responsibility for yourself.

If you have a disability which makes it difficult for you to complete an application form, then we are happy to accept alternative methods of providing the required information. Please contact us to discuss this.

This posting will close when we have received an adequate number of applications. You are advised to submit your completed application form as soon as possible to have the best chance of being considered

Please provide the requested information within your application form:

  • Current or most recent designated body (DB)
  • The name and contact details of the current/most recent Responsible Officer(RO)
  • Date of last revalidation/expected date of next revalidation


Your employment as a doctor brings with it an obligation to engage with all the processes of revalidation, job planning and appraisal. Please ensure when nominating references at the end of your application form that you include referee details for your current Medical Director or Clinical Director to comply with Trust requirements.

Please be aware that we will also approach your current or most recent Responsible Officer for a reference. If this information is not provided and you are shortlisted, the HR department will request this information from you prior to an interview.

Please note that if successfully shortlisted for this role, all communication will be in electronic format where possible (e.g. Invite to Interview). Therefore, please ensure that you regularly check your email/NHS Jobs account. Please be aware that depending on your email provider these emails may automatically go into your junk folder.

Person Specification
Experience
Essential

  • Experience within a research team
  • Post-MD / PhD research experience

Clinical
Essential

  • MBChB or equivalent
  • Possession of MRCP, FRCP or equivalent
  • GMC Registration

Desirable

  • Possession of CCST / CCT in GIM (or be within 6 months of obtaining)