We are recruiting a locum consultant to join our existing team on a full time fixed term basis with commitment in both Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
We are particularly seeking a colleague with either interests in Benign Gynaecology or Antenatal care, in addition to a broad range of generic skills in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
The applicant must have a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) or equivalent qualification in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and must be registered in the GMC's specialist register.
Main duties of the job
This is a fixed term post supporting the current Gynaecology service with Obstetric component. The post holder will be supporting consultant delivered care and junior doctor training through alternative models of working. There will be a general commitment in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
The appointee will take full responsibility for clinical care of patients during their duties. Additional support and mentoring will also be available as appropriate based on the appointee's experience.
The consultant is expected to be physically on site while providing labour ward cover during working hours.
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You will be able to find a detailed Job Description and Person Specification in the Supporting Documents section.
Knowledge and Qualifications
- MRCOG or equivalent appropriate specialist registration
- Inclusion on Specialist Register of GMC or eligible for award of CCT within 6 months of interview date
- RCOG Benign Gynaecology ATSM or equivalent
- RCOG Antenatal Lead ATSM or Equivalent
- Additional relevant degree(s)
- Appropriate experience in training grade posts at SpR/SR/STR leading to accreditation for CCT, CESR or recognised equivalent
- Equivalent training accepted by College/GMC for Specialist Register (CESR)
- Evidence of audit/Quality improvement projects
Clinical Experience and Effectiveness
- Clinical training and experience in general obstetrics and Gynaecology equivalent to that required for a UK CCST
- Statement regarding appropriate training and experience, including that relating to a specialist interest
- Completed ATSMs appropriate to the post
- Computer skills
- Evidence of effective service development
Management and Administrative Experience
- Proven engagement in management activities
- Qualification/Evidence of management and administration experience
Teaching and Training
- Experience of supervising junior staff
Other relevant requirements
- Leadership skills
- Ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, patients, relatives, GPs, nurses and other agencies
- Ability to work in pressured environment
- Able to fullfil the travel requirements of the post
- Ability to network with other CPG's, consultants, trainees and management staff
- Car owner/driver because of geography of the Health Board
BMJ Ref: BMJ-100640/050-LCON-OG-1122