Excellent opportunities for microbiology consultants to start or futher their careers in the NHS. For consultants not yet on the specialist register but with appropriate experience and qualifications the department will fully support development and entry to Specialist Register via CESR.
Exact duties and a job plan will be discussed at interview and agreed following successful appointment, however generally it will cover all aspects of a consultant's clinical work, teaching, research, education and managerial duties.
It is a 10 PA role with 7.5PAs DCC, 1 PA on call and 1.5 SPAs which will include audit, appraisal, research, clinical governance and CPD.
The department consists of 3 consultants and the dlinical director and the team are supported by the Microbiology Operational Manager. The total budget for the Microbiology department is £2,084619.00. nt and the Microbiology Department achieved full UKAS Accreditation status in June 2017.
Requirements for this position are:
FRCPath or equivalent
Specialist Registration, or within 6-12 months of attaining CESR
IELTS or OET - those unable to sit tests due to covid-19 will have exemptions discussed on a case by case basis.
Extensive experience in Microbiology
Experience at consultant level in Microbiology
If you are interested in pursuing medical microbiology in the NHS, wish to work as a consultant via either CESR or direct entry from an EEA country you but have questions about eligibility - please get in touch with your CV via email at firstname.lastname@example.org stating Consultant Microbiologist in the subject heading.
An opportunity or experienced consultant medical microbiologists to join a high performing department providing a hospital-based service for the laboratory diagnosis and clinical management of microbial diseases for patients both in hospital and the community.
Laboratories participate and perform well in national quality assurance schemes and is fully accredited. The service is also accredited for training with the Institute of Biomedical Science and registration with the Health Care Professions Council and the Royal College of Pathologists.
The role includes providing a service mainly during the day, and also out-of-hours, to give advice concerning the diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of infectious diseases. Where appropriate, preliminary reports and results are phoned to the clinician concerned. Ward rounds are conducted daily to review and offer advice on the management of inpatients with serious infections.
An active Infection Control Team is available at all times to help with matters relating to the control and prevention of infection.
CESR can also be supported as part of the job plan, with programmed activities dedicated to the successful applicants career development and portfolio.
Requirements for the role:
IELTS / OET
Applicants from the EEA require a equivalent specialist diploma and IELTS or OET.
If you are interested in furthering your consultant career in a friendly, supportive and modern department that will invest in your medical experience, apply today.