Consultant Post in Paediatric Neurodisability
Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Developmental Paediatrics is seeking to appoint a Full Time Consultant, to enhance the expertise within our dynamic and versatile Paediatric Neurodisability team. You will be joining the Trust at an exciting time as we have moved into our new purpose built state of the art Children’s Health Park. Applicants wishing to work part time should also apply.
Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust is situated 4 miles from the city centre and within easy reach of the motorway network. It is an international centre of excellence, treating over 200,000 children a year. The Trust is renowned for both its clinical innovation and dedication to staff development. The vibrant city of Liverpool, European Capital of Culture for 2008, provides an excellent selection of housing and school and offers a diversity of social activities.
We would welcome enthusiastic applicants to complement the existing team particularly individuals with experience in diagnosing and managing autistic spectrum disorders, ADHD, and children with complex physical needs and learning disability in order to strengthen delivery of these well-established services. The department has well established pathways of care and has a skill mix of medical, nursing, therapists and psychologist who work together to deliver high standards of care. We offer a supportive and encouraging environment in which to develop areas of expertise and provide research opportunities.
Applications are invited from doctors with CCST in Paediatric Neurodisability or Community Paediatrics with experience in disability or within 6 months of their CCST or evidence of competency thereof. Please apply via NHS Jobs under job reference number 411-COMCAM-2019-18220
Further information and enquiries can be obtained by contacting Dr Zaby Bassi, Clinical Director, on 0151 252 5972.
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Closing date: 9 August 2019.
Interview date: 19 November 2019.
The Trust is committed to carefully screening all job applicants to ensure the safeguard of children and to an environment that promotes equality and embraces diversity. The trust operates a flexible working policy. Job share would be considered.
The Trust is an equal opportunities employer and operates a no smoking policy.