Trust Doctor in Nephrology (ST3)
KENT & CANTERBURY HOSPITAL, CANTERBURY
Trust Grade Renal Registrar
October 2019 for 1 year
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust requires a Trust Grade Renal Registrar.
East Kent Hospitals is a pioneering Trust that is currently on an exciting journey of healthcare transformation. We are looking for staff who are passionate about people to help us deliver first-class care.
As one of the largest acute Trusts in the country, we have five sites across east Kent and care for more than 2000 people every day, employing over 8000 staff.
We have lots of great opportunities for dynamic and forward-thinking staff to deliver great healthcare and develop their career.
The Renal Department is friendly, supportive, professional and willing to invest time in supporting your own professional development by offering excellent training and educational opportunities and career support.
You will be joining a team of 9 junior doctors working in the renal department: this usually comprises of 4 Specialty Training Registrars, 1 General Practitioner, 1 Internal Medicine, 2 Foundation Year 2 and a Foundation Year 1 trainees.
The junior team is responsible for day to day management of patients on the renal ward (Marlowe Ward), for any outlying renal patients within the hospital and taking referrals from our regional hospitals. You will also be required to take part in a variety of outpatient clinics including dedicated clinics in Peritoneal Dialysis, Advanced Kidney Care and Transplantation. You will support the acute and chronic haemodialysis programme, plasma exchange service and day case procedures.
Depending on the applicant’s experience we would look to develop this role into a senior registrar post to develop involvement in management, leadership and quality improvement within the department, or in the case of a more junior applicant help to support application to a formal training post.
The On-call rota is a 1:5 non-resident rota paid at band 1A and with a half day off after a rostered on-call.
Please apply on line via the NHS website at www.ekhuft.nhs.uk (click on the Careers Tab then Vacancies and then NHS Jobs website)
We are actively encouraging equal opportunities. The Trust operates a complete smoking ban on all sites and grounds.
All posts are subject to a Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure check in the event of the post being offered.
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974. All positions within the Trust working regularly or unsupervised with children or vulnerable adults will require an enhanced CRB disclosure. All other posts will require standard checks. The Trust is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults.
We positively promote flexible working practices. To ensure that our workforce reflects the population we serve, we welcome applications from all sections of the community.
All candidates should be eligible for registration with the GMC. Non-UK / EEA applicants should ensure that they are aware of recent changes to the immigration rules for Postgraduate Doctors and Dentists. For further information on how this may affect your application please visit www.bia.homeoffice.gov.uk or contact the Home Office's Borders and Immigration Agency on telephone: 0870 606 7766 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org We are actively encouraging equal opportunities. The Trust operates a complete non - smoking ban on all trust sites and grounds.
For further details / informal visits contact:
If you wish to discuss the post please contact Beverley Stephenson-Luckhurst:
Direct line: 01227 864318.