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Post CCT Clinical Fellow Plastic Surgery

Employer
The Christie NHS Foundation Trust
Location
Manchester
Salary
£33,790 to £53,132 a year per annum, pro rata
Closing date
10 Sep 2022

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Sector
Hospital, Plastic surgery
Career Level
Fellow
Contract Type
Fixed Contract
Hours
Full Time
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The post will offer excellent clinical experience in Plastic Surgery with a focus on surgical oncology including microsurgical reconstruction, working closely with a multi-disciplinary team consisting of surgical specialties, medical and clinical oncology. The post could suit those wishing to gain specialist Plastic Surgery experience prior to embarking on a training programme. The post provides excellent opportunities to build surgical skills and there is good scope for audit and publications.

The overall clinical workload will involve management of inpatients, attendance at theatre and outpatient sessions along with presenting at MDTs.

This post is designed to support specialised oncologic plastic surgery and reconstruction at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust which is a tertiary referral centre for the treatment of cancer. It will provide the appointee with excellent opportunities to further operative experience and clinical management of oncological surgery patients.

The job is a full time post with potential to join the on-call rota at the middle-grade level. This is currently banded at 40% and will be reviewed with the successful applicant on appointment.

Main duties of the job

The appointee will be expected to be involved in all areas of oncologic plastic surgery and microsurgical reconstruction, providing cover where necessary. The appointee will work closely with the 4 Consultants, the Specialty Doctor and the Registrars who rotate through the unit. They will get involve with all aspects of oncological plastic surgery, reconstructive surgery and microsurgery.

There will be the opportunity to take part in the Surgical Oncology on-call rota covering plastic, gynaecology, urology and colorectal surgery patients.

The successful candidate will have regular outpatient clinics and will be expected to attend both local and general anaesthetic lists, where there will be excellent opportunities to perform and learn new surgical procedures under varying levels of supervision dependent upon the experience of the appointee

Specific Duties will include:

Participation in the primary care of patients admitted to The Christie

To oversee the daily care of inpatients, as an integral part of the plastics team

Attendance at outpatient clinics and theatre lists as required by the supervising consultant.

Management of dedicated single stream clinics with new and follow-up patients running alongside a consultant's clinic

Monitoring of plastic surgery flaps

About us

We are one of only two nationally commissioned hospitals in the country offering surgical treatment for patients with pseudomyxoma and peritoneal metastases of colorectal origin. We provide cytoreductive surgery with heated intra-peritoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) for appendix tumours, pseudomyxoma peritoneii (PMP) and colorectal cancer.

In 2007 we installed the first Da Vinci operating robot in the North West and in 2015 expanded our robotic program with the purchase of 2 Da Vinci Si robots to replace the original. We currently robotically treat prostate, renal (partial nephrectomy), rectal, gynae and uterine cancers, as well as selected joint operations for complex cases.

The department consists of two inpatient wards (38 beds), an Oncology Critical Care Unit, 5 operating theatres, and the Integrated Procedures Unit.

Plastic Surgery

Mr D Mowatt (Consultant Onco-plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon)

Mr D Oudit (Consultant Onco-plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon)

Mr D Kosutic (Consultant Onco-plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon)

Dr K Gajanan (Specialty Doctor in Onco-plastic and Reconstructive Surgery)

Job description
Job responsibilities

Please see the attached job description/person specification for further details of the main responsibilities and job role.

Person Specification
Qualifications
Essential

  • Holds or have held a National Training Number in Plastic surgery
  • FRCS (plast) or equivalent
  • Fully registered medical practitioner

Desirable

  • To show a broad range of publication and research activity

Training
Essential

  • Clinical training and experience equivalent to that required for gaining UK CCT in Plastic Surgery
  • Previous exposure to Microsurgery

Desirable

  • Up to date ALS

Experience
Essential

  • Possession of a genuine interest in Plastic Oncology and Reconstruction
  • Ability to take responsibility for clinical care of patients in a supervised basis

Management/Audit
Essential

  • Evidence of self audit

Desirable

  • Ability to audit and critically appraise clinical care delivery by a multidisciplinary team

Teaching
Essential

  • Interest in postgraduate and undergraduate teaching

Desirable

  • Interest in teaching non medical staff

Personal Skills
Essential

  • Ability to work in a multi professional team

Physical
Essential

  • Satisfactory medical clearance by the Trust

Circumstances
Essential

  • Within 30 minutes of the hospital by road

 


BMJRef: BMJ-88760/413-C2022-22649

 

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