Clinical Fellow in Gynae-oncology
Improvement methodology training and teaching/ Teaching Clinical Fellow in Gynaecological Oncology (1 POST, ST5+ or post CCT level)
Required from 2nd January 2020 for 12 months, although scope for extension. The successful applicant will work with 2 Consultant Gynaecological Oncologists and one diagnostic lead consultant gynaecologist, 3 Clinical Nurse Specialists and 3 Nurse Colposcopists/Hysteroscopists. This is an excellent opportunity for protected higher level surgical and colposcopy/outpatient training and would benefit someone aiming for subspecialist training or a ‘unit lead’ post with an interest in gynaecological oncology. This post is based on our Gynaecological Oncology Centre, which is a tertiary referral centre. The post is based in the Gynaecological Oncological department, providing daytime sessions and two 3 session operating days per week. Due to long theatre days there is no on call commitment to the Obstetrics and Gynaecology (O&G) middle grade rota. The job currently attracts a 40% banding supplement for those on pay protection. There are dedicated sessions for improvement methodology and opportunities to with the opportunity to enrol in the Institute of Healthcare Improvement (IHI) educational programme. The candidate might choose to work towards a teaching degree instead of the proposed Improvement Methodology training if they seem this more appropriate and after discussion with their educational supervisor. The fellow will be expected to contribute to Improvement methodology teaching and mentorship on the FY1 course/ work towards achieving a teaching degree instead.
There are 2 Gynaecological Oncology Consultants, 1 Gynaecology consultant (working alongside gynae oncology team) 10 O&G Consultants , 2 clinical fellows, 8 Specialist Registrars (ST3 –ST7) and 7 ST1-2 general practice trainees working in the O&G department. The Gynae oncology department is supported by 3 nurse colposcopists and 3 Clinical Nurse Specialists in a dedicated centre.
There is an excellent Postgraduate Centre with excellent Library and IT facilities.
The Trust provides a tertiary level Gynae Oncology Service to South Somerset and West Dorset, serving a population of over 500,000, with over 200 new cancer cases per annum, as the area has double the national average of those over 65 years of age and 80 years of age. The Trust has 3,000 staff, 674 beds and is located in Somerset which is situated between the counties of Devon, Dorset and Wiltshire.
The hospital is a busy District General Hospital situated in the south-west of England in the county town of Taunton just off the M5 motorway 37 miles north of Exeter, 48 miles south of Bristol. Taunton is under 2 hours by rail from London.
You should download and complete an application form and a CV with the names, addresses and email addresses of three references, one of which should be from your current or most recent employer.
Please send 2 copies of your application form and CV. Failure to do this will result in your application not being forwarded for shortlisting. Please note we are unable to accept telephone requests or electronic applications. If you have not heard from us within 2 weeks of the closing date, assume that you have not been shortlisted for interview.
In line with the new immigration law, preference will be given to applicants who are resident and/or eligible to work in the UK/EEC. If we are unable to appoint to the post, other applicants may then be considered
For further details / informal visits contact:
Oncological Gynaecology Consultant – David Milliken
David.Milliken@tst.nhs.uk 01823 342562
Oncological Gynaecology Consultant _ Joanne Morrison
Clinical Service Lead for Oncological Gynaecology Services _ Hadi Haerizadeh