Medical Retina Fellowship
Applications are invited for a Medical Retina Fellowship at St Paul’s Eye Unit, Royal Liverpool University Hospital. The proposed start date is as soon as possible. We are interested in receiving applications from those able to start soon as well as those who wish to commence at a later date. The posts is available full or part-time, applicants should state what proportion of full time they wish to work.
This post will be awarded for an initial period of six months renewable by mutual agreement to a total of twelve months. The post is suited to an ophthalmologist nearing the end or having completed his/her specialist training but those with less experience will also be considered. The fellowship is also suitable for an experienced ophthalmologist from outside the UK. Trainees in medical ophthalmology will also be considered favourably. The post offers accreditation experience beyond traditional UK specialist registrar rotations for an ophthalmologist wishing to specialise in the management of medical retinal diseases at consultant level and an opportunity to join several well established research programmes. Possession of GMC registration and a licence to practise is esssential. Possession of FRCOphth or EBOD or equivalent is desirable.
The post is not suitable for ophthalmologists wishing to undertake formal surgical training but there will be opportunities to undertake routine surgery depending on experience.
Salary: Point on the specialist trainee scale commensurate with previous experience. There is currently no on-call commitment.
Closing date: 30 Nov 2018
For further details / informal visits contact:
For further details contact: Mr Michael Briggs, Clinical Director, St. Paul's Eye Unit 0151 706 3964
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