Senior Clinical Fellow Emergency Medicine & Emergency Preparedness, Resilience & Response (EPRR)
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- Full Time
About the post
Senior Clinical Fellow Emergency Medicine & Emergency Preparedness, Resilience & Response (EPRR) - Limited Term Appointment
Department of Health and Social Care
Isle of Man
Salary: £30,605 - £48,123 + 50% uplift
Attractive relocation package with advice and support on relocation
About the post
We are searching for a motivated and enthusiastic Senior Clinical Fellow Emergency Medicine & Emergency Preparedness, Resilience & Response (EPRR). The post is based at Noble’s Hospital which is a modern, bright hospital and like the UK NHS, the Isle of Man Health Service is free at the point of delivery. The post is for a limited term appointment of initially one year, with the possibility of an extension to two years by mutual agreement.
Within this role your time will be split between the Emergency Department and Emergency Preparedness (70% EM; 30% EP). You will be exposed to, and trained in all issues relating to Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response (EPRR). There will be opportunity to undertake EPRR training courses both locally and in the UK and encouraged to attend conferences related to EPRR.
It is expected that paralleling this training and personal development that you, together with the Hospital Lead for Emergency Preparedness will be responsible for:
- Improving the processes of training and education for all hospital staff
- The design and running of exercises with in the hospital
- Delivery of regular major incident education
- Integration of the voluntary sector into the Hospitals Major Incident Plan
- Ensuring lessons learnt from UK and International major incidents are integrated into Hospital planning and resilience
- The publishing of relevant reports or experiences of Major incidents or planning for mass gathering events
- Collaborating with key external partners
This role may be suited to someone who has completed EM training and looking for a post that will broaden their clinical experience, allow them to lead service delivery changes and would like to create a personal portfolio of leadership within the major incident management.
Amongst other requirements, to be successful in this role, you will need to have full registration with the GMC with a licence to practice and completion of ST3 training in Emergency Medicine.
The Terms and Conditions of service are essentially the same as in the United Kingdom with enhancements such as automatic annual incremental pay rises.
For more information about the role, its responsibilities and requirements please see the Job Pack, available to download below; alternatively you can also check out our video about the post via https://bit.ly/2xWZzys to find out more!
About our Department - Quick facts:
- The Emergency Department currently sees over 31,500 patients per annum
- Noble's Hospital is part of the Cheshire and Mersey Major Trauma Collaborative as an accredited Trauma Unit
- Major Trauma has always been a significant part of the workload at the Hospital due to the large numbers of motorsport competitions taking place annually
- Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response (EPRR) team are actively involved not just in its delivery within the department but also the wider hospital and the government as a whole
You can read more about the Department and Noble’s Hospital in our Job Pack, which can be downloaded below.
About the Island
The Isle of Man is a special place to live and work!
- 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!
- 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, Manchester, Dublin and regional airports
The Island’s healthcare is provided by a National Health Service based on that in the United Kingdom but is independently financed and administered within the Isle of Man. Many of the changes brought about to the UK National Health Service, as a consequence of the extensive reorganisations of recent years have not been adopted in the Isle of Man.
Noble’s Hospital is situated in the capital of the Isle of Man and equipped to the very latest standards with an Education and Training Centre and library situated in the grounds.
You will be working within a supportive team all of whom are committed to improving outcomes for patients from our island population. If you would like to achieve a fantastic work/life balance with a professionally satisfying job whilst living in one of the safest, least congested and most beautiful parts of the British Isles then this is the job for you!
For further information about living in the Isle of Man and the Island’s lifestyle visit www.locate.im
Interview expenses and a relocation package of up to £1,000 based on receipts is available for this role. Subsidised accommodation and assistance with housing costs may also be available.
In the Department of Health and Social Care we pride ourselves on being committed, appreciative, respectful and excellent. CARE represents what we are about, what we stand for and what we value. All our recruitment, performance management and staff development are based on our CARE ethos.
Find out more and apply:
More details of the duties of the post can be obtained Oliver Radford, Divisional Manager for Surgery, on (01624) 650141 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Applications for this post will be accepted up to midnight on the 26th October 2018.