We are currently looking for a Full Time, Substantive Specialty Doctor based in the department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
Salary range £45,124 - £77,519
The Oral Health department is situated within the modern facilities of the NNUH. We benefit from 3 oral surgery rooms, a dedicated 4 bed recovery ward, 3 clinic rooms as well as a further 6 surgeries used for orthodontic and restorative work. There is a full maxillofacial laboratory within the department. A full range of OMFS services are provided including deformity, salivary, trauma and head and neck. We are well supported by a good management and secretarial team.
You will work closely with our senior clinical team and benefit from their experience and knowledge allowing you to expand your own clinical experience every day.
The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital has 1000 beds and serves a population of over 700,000. The hospital is adjacent to the University of East Anglia, the Medical School established in 2002 and the world renowned Norwich Research Park. This ensures that our staff have unqualified access to research development and opportunities for under and post graduate teaching.
Norwich is quite rightly described as "a fine city." Its skyline is dominated by a graceful cathedral and a massive Norman castle. It boasts countless attractions to interest and intrigue its residents, with all of the modern facilities you would expect in a vibrant city. Norwich schools are rated as some of the best within the country. The surrounding Norfolk countryside and long stretches of coastline are renowned for its beauty and tranquillity. The Norfolk Broads provide a quintessential rural getaway with the North Norfolk villages providing a more traditional ambience. With excellent transport links to Cambridge and London, Norfolk offers everything you require to establish the perfect work life balance.
Applicants must have full GDC registration with a licence to practise.
If you are interested in joining our team or have further questions, please contact Mr Richard Sisson on 01603 288065 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal discussion.
Further information about the hospital can be obtained from the NNUH website.
BMJ Ref: BMJ-58410/234-MS1670-A