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Senior Clinical Fellow Neurosurgery

Employer
St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Location
Tooting London SW17 0QT
Salary
£33,790 to £53,132 a year per annum
Closing date
18 Aug 2022

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Sector
Hospital, Neurosurgery
Career Level
Fellow
Contract Type
Fixed Contract
Hours
Full Time
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We seek to appoint an experienced registrar to support the Neurosurgery service, fixed term for 6 - 12 months in the first instance with a possibility of extending the contract. Anticipated start date as soon as possible ( but can be negotiated)

The Senior Clinical Fellow post will provide excellent experience for candidates who have completed neurosurgical training and passed the neurosurgery FRCS exam or equivalent or are planning to sit the exam in the next 12-18 months.

To apply for the post please visit www.jobs.nhs.uk and complete an online application form. Alternatively the job description can also be found on http://www.stgeorges.nhs.uk  Please be aware that only online applications will be accepted and the post will be closed when sufficient applications have been received.

As an NHS Trust we strongly encourage and support vaccination uptake as this remains the best line of defence against COVID19.

Main duties of the job

  • Full time position with attachment to a Consultant Neurosurgeon(s)
  • Expected to attend out-patient clinics and operating sessions accordingly
  • Working within a team of 10-13 clinical and 3-5 academic registrars and 3 subspecialty fellows
  • Cross- cover of colleague's absence is required
  • Perform on-call duties including operating out-of-hours at a level appropriate of a SpR
  • cover the Neurosurgery Unit beds including assessment of all admission on the ward and where necessary in A & E., including both adults and children
  • attend daily Neurosurgical team teaching
  • teach medical students SHO's and other staff on the unit.


Expected to comply with Trust clinical targets for example: completion of discharge summaries in the appropriate time, turn-around of clinic letters, etc.

About us

St. George's, University of London, is the only remaining independently governed medical school in the country. A College of the University of London, we have been providing medical and healthcare training for over 250 years.

Our Mission is to promote by excellence in teaching, clinical practice and research, the prevention, treatment and understanding of disease.

We were the first to introduce a 4-year MBBS Graduate Entry Programme (GEP) open to graduates from all disciplines. Our latest Biomedical Informatics degree, a programme that brings together computing, medicine, and biology in various different applications, has seen significant enrolment in its inaugural year.

St George's academic provision is organised into three divisions: Biomedical Sciences, Clinical Sciences, Population Health Sciences and Education. Within the three divisions are a number of Research Centres. More information about the divisions and Research Centres can be found at www.sgul.ac.uk.

Job description
Job responsibilities

  • Working within a team of 10-13 clinical and 3-5 academic registrars and 3 subspecialty fellows
  • Cross- cover of colleagues absence is required
  • Perform on-call duties including operating out-of-hours at a level appropriate of a SpR
  • cover the Neurosurgery Unit beds including assessment of all admission on the ward and where necessary in A & E., including both adults and children
  • attend daily Neurosurgical team teaching
  • teach medical students SHOs and other staff on the unit.


Expected to comply with Trust clinical targets for example: completion of discharge summaries in the appropriate time, turn-around of clinic letters, etc.

Person Specification
Education & Qualifications
Essential

  • Meets full criteria

Desirable

  • qualified

Desirable
Essential

  • Reg level

Desirable

  • audits

BMJ Ref: BMJ-88042/200-SUCKC-4415454-JT

 

 

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