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Found 2 Fixed Contract jobs

  • Medical Director

    • Ipswich, Suffolk
    • £150,000 (including pension) - pro rata
    • Suffolk GP Federation

    Role would suit an individual with a good understanding of the health and social care system, partnership working and proven leadership skills.

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  • Medical Director

    • Gosport, Hampshire
    • £77,913-£105,042, based on full-time hours
    • Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust

    Up to 6 PAs Management, plus clinical PAs within respective speciality Consultant pay scale with 10% responsibility allowance 3 year appointment (w...

  • Associate Medical Director

    • Birmingham, West Midlands
    • The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

    We believe the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is a fantastic place to work and we are extremely proud of our hospital

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