Consultant Gynaecology Oncologist
- Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust.
- £88,364 to £119,133 a year per annum
- Closing date
- 25 Apr 2023
- Hospital, Obstetrics and gynaecology
- Career Level
- Contract Type
- Full Time
Applications are warmly invited for a substantive Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist posts to join the multi-disciplinary Gynaecological Oncology Centre at Northampton General Hospital.
The successful applicant will join a growing Multi-Disciplinary Team including 2 full-time Gynaecological Oncologists, a Gynaecological Oncology Senior Fellow, along with a Nurse Consultant and a growing team of Cancer Nurse Specialists, whose aim is the provision of high-quality service with excellent outcomes and patient satisfaction, which has been praised on repeated visit by QA/QST.
As part of the team you will be supported in all aspects of the role, but you will also support, coach and impart your knowledge and experience to your team. The department has close teaching and training links to the East Midland Deanery and has a number of middle grade and junior trainees working within the team.
The department works closely with a range of internal departments including Oncology, Vascular Surgery and Colorectal surgery and has close links with tertiary centres including Kettering General Hospital and Milton Keynes Hospital.
A full range of general and specialist Gynaecology surgical services are provided in the Gynaecology Unit, together with a number of specialist services for the diagnosis, assessment, treatment and support of patients with gynaecological cancers, including robotic surgery.
Main duties of the job
The post attracts 10 programmed activities, with view to expansion to 12 programmed activities if desired. There is an internal development and support program available for newly appointed consultants to ensure individuals' professional developments are achieved. The location of the post provides many attractive places to live, excellent schools and easy access to the major cities.
Please see attached Job Description and Person Specification for further information about the main duties of the job.
NGH is one of the largest employers in the area and all of our divisions are committed to doing things better, with more efficiency as we update, modernise, and advance. We have also entered into a Group Model with neighbouring Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Being a large DGH with a proud history, we are big enough to get interesting cases, but small enough to care, coach and develop. With over 200 consultants, a similar number of trainees and approximately 60medical undergraduates throughout the year, NGH provides comprehensive care and extensive training opportunities.
With this in mind, we have built a state of the art emergency assessment unit (Nye Bevan building) and are developing new ways of working to streamline in-patient care and optimize working with our partners.
NGH also has a large library, gym with swimming pool, and a brand new entrance with Marks and Spencer, Subway and Costa on site.
Please see attached Job Description and Person Specification for further details about job descriptions and main responsibilities.
- Full GMC Registration
- Membership of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists or equivalent
- CCT accreditation or equivalent
- Gynaecological Oncology sub-specialist accreditation or equivalent.
- To be on the GMC Specialist Register or eligible to be included within 6 months
Skills & Abilities
- Competent in the management of gynaecological oncological disease
- Evidence of advanced laparoscopic surgical skills
- BSCCP or equivalent
- Competence in the education and training of Specialist Registrars/Senior House Officers and Nursing staff.
- Experience in aspects of Clinical Governancec
- Evidence of management training skills
- Colposcopy accreditation up to date
- Good communicator and organiser.
- Ability to co-operate with other specialists in a team to develop gynaecological services continually.
- Participation and organisation of educational programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
- Participation in research relevant to the speciality.
About our University Hospitals of Northamptonshire NHS Group
Please watch our video of Heidi, our Chief Executive, explaining why it's great to work at NGH!
This is a video of Matt, our Medical Director and surgeon, explaining how NGH can attract the best clinicians to the Trust
Tom is the Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of Medicine at the University of Leicester. In this video, Tom talks about an exciting opportunity for a clinical academic
Our mission is to provide safe, compassionate and clinically excellent patient care, by being an outstanding employer for our people, creating opportunities, supporting innovation, and working in partnership to improve local health and care services
Our Group is made up of two hospital Trusts with two main hospital sites and a number of services provided elsewhere within the community. We are proud to serve the people of Northamptonshire and beyond.
Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (KGH) is an acute hospital with around 600 beds and a 24-hour Emergency Department (A&E). In addition to the full range of district general hospital care, KGH also provides some specialist services including cardiac care for the county. It has inpatient, day case, diagnostic, maternity and outpatient facilities with a dedicated children’s ward and outpatients. In 2019/20 teams at the KGH site cared for approximately 90,000 emergency patients and 120,000 patients referred to us for treatment.
Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust (NGH) is an acute hospital with around 790 beds and a 24-hour Emergency Department (A&E). In addition to the full range of district general hospital care, NGH also provides some specialist services including cancer and stroke services for the county. It has inpatient, day case, diagnostic, maternity and outpatient facilities with a dedicated children’s ward and outpatients. In 2019/20 teams at NGH cared for approximately 135,000 emergency patients and 140,000 patients were referred to us for treatment.
- Our population Together, we will continue to serve our growing population of around 900,000 people across Northamptonshire. This population is varied with a range of needs from our services:
- There are large and growing numbers of people aged over 70, as well as high numbers of people aged under 20 and newborns
- Around 70% of our population live in urban areas, whilst 30% live in more rural areas
- Our six boroughs and districts are diverse, with countryside and urban areas, different age groups between local communities, and differing levels of affluence
- There are growing levels of ethnic diversity, particularly in more urban areas of the county
We are delighted to have achieved University Hospital status, working in partnership with the University of Leicester and the University of Northampton. This status will enable us to strengthen our existing research and clinical teams, ensure our staff have access to the latest training and techniques, and provide patients with access to cutting-edge treatment and research trials. As a result, this will improve the quality of care we are able to provide and enhance training and development opportunities for staff.
We have agreed five priorities for the Group. Everything we do across both organisations should contribute towards achieving goals within at least one of these priority areas. They represent the long-term objectives of the Group, and each has an ambition and a success measure that we can track. Every we will analyse our performance as a Group and set annual goals designed to make the biggest impact on each of these areas. Delivering our goals will move us closer to achieving our overall vision. More information on our Group Priorities can be found in our ‘Dedicated to Excellence’ brochure.
Patient - Excellent patient experience shaped by the patient voice.
Quality – Outstanding quality healthcare underpinned by continuous, patient centred improvement and innovation.
Systems and Partnerships - Seamless, timely pathways for all people’s health needs, working together with our partners.
Sustainability - A resilient and creative University Hospital Group, embracing every opportunity to improve care.
People - An inclusive place to work where people are empowered to make a difference.
Northampton General Hospital is located next to Becketts Park and the River Nene. Walking, running and cycling routes are within minutes of the hospital.
Get job alerts
Create a job alert and receive personalised job recommendations straight to your inbox.Create alert