Salaried Locum General Practitioners (GPs)
PRIMARY CARE SERVICES
(Plus additional income for working optional out of hours shifts)
Why you should join us in the Isle of Man...
- Relaxed way of life, friendly people and low crime rates
- Enjoy an outdoor lifestyle - walking, diving, sailing, mountain biking and great beaches
- Short commutes with no traffic jams!
- Separate GP Contract. No QOF
- Low income tax rates, maximum rate is 20%
- Great environment to raise a family with high standards of pupil behaviour and an extensive range of extra-curricular activities
- Over 100 flights a week to London, Dublin and regional airports
In partnership with the GP Sub-Committee of the Isle of Man Medical Society, the Department of Health and Social Care wishes to recruit 2 suitably-qualified and experienced GPs to undertake locum support to GP practices on the Island. The posts are 9 sessions per week. Flexible working arrangements are negotiable for the right candidate.
The principle purpose of the posts will be to undertake locum duties to cover GP appraisals and where GPs are attending an increasing range of meetings within the Department of Health and Social Care or undertaking practice and professional development.
The Salaried GP Post is the ideal way to experience life as a GP on the Isle of Man with a range of practice types across the 12 GP practices on the Isle of Man while developing professional interests in a supported learning environment.
There are currently partnership opportunities on the Island, full or part-time considered. If you are interested in relocating to the Isle of Man but feel that a GP partnership would be more suitable for you, please make contact and we can discuss the opportunities available, or click on this link www.gov.im/gpvacancy
The Isle of Man
The Isle of Man is a self-governing dependency within the British Isles with a locally funded National Health Service. Currently the Island’s GP Contract is similar to the English GP Contract, although local negotiations around enhanced services ensure that the Contract better suits local needs. There is no QOF on the Isle of Man.
How to apply
A job description or further information can be obtained from Mrs Annmarie Cubbon, Head of Primary Care Commissioned Services, on 01624 642600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications should be submitted on-line by clicking the Apply button
For further information please visit www.gov.im/jobs
Department of Health and Social Care
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