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General Surgeon with SI Upper GI Surgery

Galway (County), Connacht (IE)
Closing date
4 Dec 2023

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Specialist doctor, General surgery
Specialty doctor
Contract Type
Full Time

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General Surgeon with SI Upper GI Surgery

Contract Type: The post is temporary, on a Public Only Consultant Contract 2023, with a commitment of 37 hours to Galway University Hospital

Professional Qualification and /o Experience Required:  Registration as a specialist in the Specialist Division of the Register of Medical Practitioners maintained by the Medical Council in Ireland in the specialty of General Surgery.

Desired: Experience in Upper GI Surgery

Post Details: Galway University Hospital is a level 4 hospital which offers exciting training, subspecialty and research opportunities with the University of Galway.  This post will provide General Surgery cover in a busy University teaching hospital in the West of Ireland.

To apply: Please submit CV to or via

Closing date for receipt of CVs:  Monday 4th December at 10.00am.

Informal enquiries to:  Ms Judith McLucas – 0035391 544000

Or Mr. Alan Hussey – 0035391 544000

(Please note no applications will be accepted via the informal enquiries email address)

Please note: Any information provided to prospective applicants, applicants or shortlisted candidates by any parties does not form part of the contract, forms no part of the selection process and is only an informal process. The reference name of the post must be clearly stated on all correspondence in relation to the post.

Application Process: Applicants must complete the application process as detailed below.

Presentation: If you are shortlisted for interview, you may be asked to make a presentation to the Selection Committee. The title and length of the presentation will be advised in advance of the interview(s). The time and length of the presentation must be strictly adhered to. Presentation instructions are provided.

Referees: The names and addresses of three referees must be submitted with your application, two of whom should be from recent appointments. The Hospital may also refer to present and former employers for reference purposes without further notification to the applicant. An applicant having any reservations on this matter should state on cover letter at the time of application. Please be assured that we will only collect the details and contact referees should you come under consideration after the final interview stage.

Thesis Clarification: If a thesis has been submitted but not granted, the applicant should clarify the status of the thesis in their Curriculum Vitae.

Expenses: Galway University Hospital will not be liable for travelling or other expenses incurred by applicants who may be required to attend for interview(s).

Amendments to the Curriculum Vitae: Amendments/ addendums to Curriculum Vitae are not accepted once the Short listing meeting has taken place. Addendums are not accepted at Interview. Short-listed candidates will be invited to Interview to update the Selection Committee on any changes to Curriculum Vitae since submission.


Personal Data: Curriculum Vitae must contain the following information: Home Address, Irish Address (if available), Home Telephone Number, Irish Telephone Number (if available), Mobile Number, Irish Mobile number (if available), Email address, Irish Medical Council (IMC) Registration Number (if registered with IMC), Registration Number(s) for Medical Councils outside the jurisdiction.



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