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Locum Appointment for Training (ST4) in Anaesthetics

Employer
NHS Grampian
Location
Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire
Salary
£40,995 - £64,461 per annum
Closing date
26 May 2024

Job Details

NHS Grampian (and NHS Highland)

Locum Appointment for Training (ST4) in Anaesthetics

Ref:  CI185698

Applications are invited for four LAT posts within the North of Scotland Anaesthetic Training Programme.  The posts are ST4 level although there may be the option to appoint at a lower grade (CT2 or CT3 level).

The North of Scotland Anaesthetic Training Programme is delivered through Aberdeen Royal Infirmary in Aberdeen and Raigmore Hospital in Inverness. These posts may be based at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary or Raigmore Hospital in Inverness, depending on experience of the successful applicant and needs of the training programme.  At least 12 months previous experience in Anaesthesia in the UK and the Initial Assessment of Competence and Initial Assessment of Competence in Obstetric Anaesthesia are desirable.

Three posts commence from 7th August 2024 for a period of 12 months.  One post will commence on 5th November 2024 for eight months.

Brief Description of the programme:

Both Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and Raigmore Hospital have most major surgical specialties on a single site. Maternity and Paediatric services are provided at both sites. Allocation of trainees between the two sites takes into account this regional variation in workload.

The Aberdeen Medical School has students on both hospital sites, allowing opportunities to become involved in student teaching. Students rotate through Anaesthetics at various times in their degree programme and Anaesthetic trainees are often actively involved in delivering medical education.

Aberdeen and Inverness are well served by air, rail and road and uniquely allow quick and easy access to the wild and spectacular scenery of Royal Deeside and the Highlands. Both Inverness and Aberdeen have vibrant modern city centres and are great places to live and bring up families.

Applicants should refer to the National Person Specification for Anaesthesia ST4 2024 to confirm eligibility for this post (at ST4 level), available at https://www.scotmt.scot.nhs.uk/recruitment/specialty-recruitment/person-specifications.aspx  (We would also welcome applications from candidates at CT2 or CT3 level as there may be the option to appoint at a lower level.)

Full registration with a licence to practise with the GMC is required. (licence to practise must be in place prior to starting in post).  For more information visit www.gmc-uk.org 

The Postgraduate Dean confirms that this placement and / or programme has the required educational and Postgraduate Dean's approval.

Applicants may be eligible for excess travel and relocation expenses.  Information regarding nationally agreed excess travel and relocation are contained in NHS Circular PCS(DD) 2010/8.  NHS Grampian’s relocation policy can be accessed by visiting http://www.scotmt.scot.nhs.uk/recruitment/specialty-recruitment/key-documents/relocation-policies.aspx 

Informal enquiries to:

Dr Calum McDonald, Training Programme Director, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, calum.mcdonald2@nhs.scot 

Dr Jenny Parsons, Stage 1 College Tutor, Raigmore Hospital, jenny.parsons@nhs.scot 

Dr Graeme Brown, Stage 2 & 3 College Tutor, Raigmore Hospital, graeme.brown10@nhs.scot 

Anaesthetic Dept. Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (01224) 553142
Anaesthetic Dept. Raigmore Hospital (01463) 705350 

                                                              
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Closing date:  Sunday 26 May 2024.

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