Locum Consultant Medical Oncologist
Fixed term (12 months) Full time 10 PA.
The University Hospitals Bristol (UHBristol) NHS Foundation Trust is looking to appoint a Locum Consultant Medical Oncologist with an interest in Melanoma, Hepatobiliary Cancer and cancer of unknown primary. This is a fixed term (12 month) full time post (10PAs) based at the UHBristol NHS Trust with some sessions at North Bristol NHS Trust (NBT). There is funding in place for a substantive appointment that would be subject to an independent appointment process.
UH Bristol is one of the largest acute Trusts in the country and a major teaching and research center for the South West. At the Bristol Haematology and Oncology Centre (BHOC), the Oncology service provides for a catchment population of 2.2 million people. The center receives about 5,500 new referrals each year. There is a strong emphasis on research with the BHOC clinical trials unit actively recruiting in over 100 oncology and haematology trials. There are close links with the University of Bristol and the University of the West of England.
We aim to provide healthcare, research and teaching of the very highest quality and are recognised as one of the highest-performing acute trusts in the country. UH Bristol was rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) following an inspection in November 2016. The successful candidate will join a team of 16 clinical and 5 medical oncologists (approximately 20 whole time equivalents).
The centre provides radiotherapy (adult and children), brachytherapy and chemotherapy (adult) services to all the Bristol hospitals. The BHOC is also the home of the Teenage and Young Adults Unit, the Avon Haematology Unit (AHU) providing a full range of treatments (including autologous and allogenic Bone Marrow Transplant Services), the University of Bristol Palliative Medicine group and a large Clinical Trials Unit.
The successful candidate must be registered with the GMC with a valid licence to practise in line with the introduction of revalidation on 16 November 2009. You will also have completed Specialist Training (or equivalent) and be entered on the Specialist Register of the GMC, or have a CCT date in Medical Oncology within six months of the date of interview.
Bristol has an exciting and diverse culture with excellent schools. It was voted by the Sunday Times in 2017 as the best city in Britain to live in. There is quick access to the South West of England, Wales and London. Applicants wishing to work as part of a job share or part time are encouraged to apply. The closing date for applications is21 March 2018 with interviews scheduled for 12 April 2018.
For further details / informal visits contact: Dr Jeremy Braybrooke (email@example.com), Lead Doctor in Oncology, Ms Sophie Baugh, General Manager via the Management Office (0117 342 4148).
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest acute Trusts in the country and the major teaching and research centre for the South West. With 8,000 staff, over 100 different clinical services, working in nine hospitals in the centre and to the south of Bristol, we offer a wide range of careers and jobs. Together we support the delivery of excellent care to the people of Bristol and beyond.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust is an equal opportunities employer actively working towards a diverse workforce. Anonymous information will be used from your application in order to ensure we’re meeting our pledge.
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