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Job summary

Main area
Intensive Care
Grade
MN37
Contract
6 months fixed term
Hours
Full time: 40 hours per week
Job ref
349-CSS-343-20
Employer
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
Employer type
NHS
Site
Wythenshawe
Town
Manchester
Salary
£32,478 - £51,069 per annum
Closing
02/06/2020 23:59

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COVID-19 Vacancy Senior Clinical Fellow in Intensive Care Medicine

MN37

 

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) is one of the largest acute Trusts in the UK, employing over 20,000 staff.

We are responsible for running a family of nine hospitals across six separate sites, providing a wide range of services from comprehensive local general hospital care through to highly specialised regional and national services.

We are the main provider of hospital care to approximately 750,000 people in Manchester and Trafford and the single biggest provider of specialised services in the North West of England. We are also the lead provider for a significant number of specialised services including Breast Care, Vascular, Cardiac, Respiratory, Urology, Cancer, Paediatrics, Women’s Services, Ophthalmology and Genomic Medicine.

Our vision is to improve the health and quality of life of our diverse population by building an organisation that:

-Excels in quality, safety, patient experience, research, innovation and teaching

-Attracts, develops and retains great people

-Is recognised internationally as a leading healthcare provider

We actively encourage applications from members of the Armed Forces community

There is a vacancy for a Clinical Fellow, for a period of six months. The post of Senior Clinical Fellow is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) within one of the North West’s largest teaching hospitals and would be suitable for applicants with a background in anaesthesia or another acute specialty.

The successful applicants will join a team of doctors providing resident cover for the seventeen bedded general intensive care unit. The unit has a longstanding reputation for training in ICM and has training recognition for nine Specialist Trainees with backgrounds in ICM, Anaesthesia and Medicine including two advanced level trainees and one ST3 in ICM.

This post is suitable for a candidate with no previous experience in intensive care medicine who has appropriate experience in a specialty which is complementary to ICM; either anaesthesia, medicine or emergency medicine.   Study leave allowance will be in keeping with that of a Core Trainee.

The posts will provide experience in patient care for an interesting and varied case mix, including tertiary referral for major burns, vascular surgery, cardiology and respiratory medicine and will offer opportunities to be involved in teaching, audit, research and management in the intensive care setting. These posts are not recognised for training by the Royal Colleges. Applications from candidates wishing to work at less than full time will be welcomed. Full registration with the General Medical Council is required.

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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

Dr Jon Hopper

Intensive Care Unit

Acute Block

Wythenshawe Hospital

Southmoor Road

Manchester

M23 9LT

jon.hopper@mft.nhs.uk or christine.gooding@mft.nhs.uk     

Tel       0161 291 6420