Senior Clinical Fellow
Senior Clinical Fellow in Emergency Medicine & Pre-Hospital Care - 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 driven and committed Senior Clinical Fellow in Emergency Medicine & Pre-Hospital Care to join our friendly team here at Noble’s Hospital. The post is for a limited term appointment of initially one year, with the possibility of an extension to two years by mutual agreement.
Noble’s Hospital is a modern, bright hospital and like the UK NHS, the Isle of Man Health Service is free at the point of delivery.
Within this role your time will be split between the Emergency Department and the Pre-hospital Care (70% EM; 30% PHC) and is ideally suited to someone who has completed EM training and looking for a post that will broaden their clinical experience and allow them to lead service delivery changes.
You will be exposed to and trained in elements of pre-hospital care and will also undertake service development work in the pre-hospital, helping deliver an innovative model of care providing Emergency Medicine to patients in the community. Service development work will focus on enhancing clinical care and patient experience through the development of community-based pathways and stream-lining emergency care.
Before undertaking operational PHC shifts you would undergo a period of training followed by sign-off to work in the PHC environment. You would then be responsible for the delivery of clinical care to patients they attend, and will be supported at all times by telephone access to a Consultant with Pre-Hospital Care experience.
You would be expected to participate in clinical audit and governance work relating to PHC, and will be afforded opportunities to represent the service at local management and development forums.
During racing periods you will help man a dedicated response car that will serve during racing and dependant on individual skill sets join the rota for helicopter cover.
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
- The Pre-Hospital Care Service is a recent development and is supported by three new consultants with extensive experience in PHC
- The Hospital runs its own active fixed wing Air Ambulance that undertakes emergency transfers to the UK for specialist investigations or treatments
- During major motorsport events, the hospital is home to 3 twin squirrel helicopters that provide support for the racing and the general public
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. For any further information on the relocation package please contact email@example.com.
Subsidised accommodation and assistance with housing costs may also be available.
In the Isle of Man Public Service we believe the benefits we offer our employees are important; from financial benefits to your Wellbeing and Development, we have a lot to offer.
We have created a downloadable document, Our Benefits - A Quick Guide; have a read to see what benefits you could enjoy whilst working for us.
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:
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Applications for this post will be accepted up to midnight on the 14 March 2019.