MYDoc Locum Specialty Doctor in Women's Services -
Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is pleased to announce the introduction of these new roles aimed at doctors who are passionate about their practice and their career outside traditional models. Our posts will combine education and career development with practical patient-facing care.
These posts are not recognised UK training posts. Nevertheless, MYDoc doctors will have a named supervisor and be supported in undertaking scheduled educational opportunities to consolidate and develop alongside their experiential learning, with certificated outcomes or credentialing to support career progression through other routes.
An Introduction to the Division/Specialty from the Head of Clinical Service
These posts are 8 months posts to cover maternity leave.
The post holders will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to support and help to provide a comprehensive Obstetrics and Gynaecology service within the Trust. They will work in close co-operation with nursing, midwifery, professional and technical staff.
There is a single labour ward together with inpatient antenatal and postnatal ward at Pinderfields Hospital. The department runs day case and inpatient theatre lists, antenatal clinics, gynaecology clinics, early pregnancy and antenatal assessment units. There is a level 2 neonatal unit adjacent to the labour ward.
The post holders may be attached primarily to a named Consultant, but may work with any of the other Consultants on occasions.
Applicants will be eligible for the post of Specialty Doctor as described in Terms and Conditions of Service Specialty Doctor (England) - 2021 and will be remunerated as appropriate on the salary scale MC75 (£45,124 to £77,519) per annum.
For further information please contact in the first instance Miss Katy Harrison, Consultant on telephone: (01924) 546236
For any queries please contact Medical Staffing on (01924) 543642.
Shortlisted candidates are welcome to visit the department
This post is subject to a Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check.
The Trust is an equal opportunities employer and operates a no smoking policy.
The Government has announced (subject to parliamentary approval) that all NHS staff who are deployed as part of CQC regulated activities and who have face-to-face contact with patients and/or service users (including incidental contacts) will need to have both their first and second Covid vaccines by 1 April 2022. Therefore, before submitting any application for employment, please note that it will be a condition of any offer of employment that, where the role falls within the scope of these regulations, you must satisfy these requirements unless you belong to one of the groups who are exempt, which are:
- Those under the age of 18
- Those who are clinically exempt
- Those who are exempt due to a short term medical condition. Pregnant women may choose to exercise this exemption - however this expires 16 weeks after giving birth.
If you have any concerns about whether this affects your eligibility to undertake a role with the Trust, you may wish to contact the recruiting manager to discuss this further. Please note that if you are successful, the pre-employment health check will require evidence of vaccination status, where appropriate, and your vaccination status will be retained as part of your employment health record.
BMJ Ref: BMJ-54278/377-W&C.CARP22.008MED