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LAS Non-Training FY1 doctor

Government of Jersey
£32,398 a year Any additional enhancements will be dependant on the rota
Closing date
27 Jun 2024

Job Details

Jersey General Hospital are looking for 2 x LAS doctors to recruit to our vacant F1 posts. The posts are rotational working across General Medicine, General Surgery and Trauma and Orthopaedics totalling a 12 month period which will begin on 7th August 2024, it is also requested that the successful applicants are available to start on 29th July 2024 for shadow week.

Full GMC registration is an essential requirement for these posts.

Main duties of the job

You will work on the junior doctor rota with the other trainees appointed via Wessex Deanery. Basic pay is in line with the NHS pay scales and any additional enhancements will be dependent on the rota you work on in each speciality.

About us

Jersey offers an excellent opportunity to train and live. There is a purpose built Post Graduate Education Centre equipped to the highest standard, emphasis is placed on training and participation in related courses is encouraged.

In line with the high standard of living experienced in the Island, purpose built, self contained married or single accommodation is provided at a subsidized cost, subject to nominal charges for services. Full travelling expenses will be paid from a UK port of entry.

The island is situated 14 miles off the coast of France. It has beautiful beaches and enjoys a mild maritime climate with excellent sport and golfing facilities. A sophisticated finance centre, the island maintains frequent transportation links to all major cities in the UK and is only 40 minutes flying time to London.

Job description
Job responsibilities

All F1 Doctors in hospital posts will generally be ward based during the normal working day and expected to deliver the daily medical care of all the patients on their ward irrespective of specialty.

The F1 doctor is responsible with other staff for the ward care of patients and the maintenance of the patients medical record. They are expected to attend the structured teaching programme provided by the department. The doctor will be responsible for: ward jobs, ward round, notes taking, blood taking, cannulation, ABG, clerking patients on admission. Reviewing sick patients, ordering investigations, keeping patient list etc.

The overall objectives of the F1 year are to provide the trainee with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to be able to:

Take a history and examine a patient

Identify and synthesise problems

Prescribe safely

Keep an accurate and relevant medical record

Manage time and clinical priorities effectively

Communicate effectively with patients, relatives and colleagues

Use evidence, guidelines and audit to benefit patient care

Act in a professional manner at all times

Cope with ethical and legal issues which occur during the management of patients with general medical problems

Educate patients effectively

Become life-long learners and teachers.

Person Specification

  • Can show evidence of clinical practice within the last 2 years.
  • Has experience of working in the NHS.


  • Holds full GMC registration.
  • Has achieved, or is expected to achieve, a primary medical qualification as recognised by the GMC.





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