Clinical Fellow in Critical Care

Location
Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Salary
£47,132
Posted
27 Mar 2019
Closes
24 Apr 2019
Ref
176-SG-JT-1454123-A
Sector
Hospital
Specialty
Anaesthesia
Career Level
Fellow
Contract Type
Fixed Contract
Hours
Full Time

North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust is currently one of the newest acute hospital trusts in England, formed on 1 April 2017. The Trust runs Peterborough City Hospital, Hinchingbrooke Hospital and Stamford & Rutland Hospital. Together they serve approximately 700,000 residents.

Peterborough City Hospital is a purpose-built, state-of-the-art hospital that opened in 2010, offering a bright and spacious working environment with a comprehensive range of clinical services. It has a 16 bedded Critical Care Unit, providing a flexible mix of level 2 and 3 bed capacity. The latest GMC ICM trainee survey ranked our unit as the best for trainees in the East of England.

The posts are for a period of one year initially, renewable by mutual consent. Start date of August 2019. You will work flexibly within the Critical Care Unit and provide on-call cover (1 in 8 rota) for the Critical Care Unit. Further training and supervision in Critical Care will be provided as needed and required.

This post is open to Anaesthesia trainees who hold the Royal College of Anaesthetists’ (RCOA) Basic Level Training Certificate (or equivalent experience).

This post is open to non-anaesthesia trainees who have a minimum of two years post foundation level training, have completed the RCOA Initial Assessment of Competencies and have a minimum of six months experience in ICM and six months experience in Anaesthesia.

Overseas applicants should demonstrate a breadth and depth of experience comparable to that obtainable in the United Kingdom, and for the same period of time.

You will receive a minimum of four hours per week protected time (up to eight hours by agreement) to support your professional development. There are a variety of potential uses for this time including (but not limited to) quality improvement projects, management experience, research and audit, ICNARC data analysis, organ donation projects, morbidity and mortality review, time in allied specialties and private study for post graduate exam revision. The department encourages those who may have finished their speciality training to apply.

Peterborough is close to the charming and varied countryside of Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire and Rutland. It has excellent road transport links and is only a 50 minute train journey into Central London.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Informal enquiries are welcomed by Dr Coralie Carle and Dr Matthew Davies on 01733 677423.

 

To apply please press the "Apply" button and quote the job reference number 176-SG-JT-1454123-A

Closing Date is 24th April 2019.

 

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