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Band 7
Fixed Term 2 years
Part Time 22.5 hours per week
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St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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£44,347- £50,549 pro rata pa Inc
30/05/2019 23:59
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Podiatric Surgical Trainee

Band 7


Podiatric Surgical Trainee

Fixed term for 2 years

Agenda for Change Band 7

Faculty of Podiatric Surgery, College of Podiatrists. Accredited Tutor training program St Georges University Hospitals NHS FoundationTrust (based at Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton) has a position available to a suitable candidate who is undertaking or successfully completed the MSc in Theory of Podiatric Surgery and completed a Podiatric Surgical Passport assessment. The candidate will ideally have experience of working within a Podiatric Surgery Department. The successful candidate will need to demonstrate a good level of knowledge of foot and ankle pathology, investigations and management. This is a demanding post you will need to demonstrate ability to work under pressure remaining calm, keen, enthusiastic with a drive for audit and research. The position is part-time 3 days per week (0.6 WTE 22.5 hours).

Days: Tuesday and Thursday, the other day negotiable. The purpose of the training is to enable the trainee to become a reflective and competent clinician who may successfully go on to complete the examinations of the Faculty of Podiatric Surgery of the College of Podiatrists.

Date of interview: To be arranged 

An informal visit is recommended.


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Applicant requirements

You must have appropriate UK professional registration.

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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Further details / informal visits contact

Ian Beech by email on Telephone: 0208 487 6038