One of the midlands finest and most well-run trusts are looking for two consultant medical oncologists to join an existing team of 14 consultants. Support with CESR and applications to specialist register for international candidates will be provided.
The department are looking for Medical Oncologists with interest in Lung and UGI however there could be some flexibility which the department would be more than happy to discuss.
The Cancer Business Unit offers high quality clinical care within flexible and sustainable job plan structures. They positively encourage part time working and are happy to recruit less than full time candidates to complement the existing medical team.
RDH Chemotherapy facility includes a state of the art Day Unit with 24 outpatient chemotherapy chairs, a 5 chair assessment bay for unwell patients, two 2 bedded side rooms, and 4 counseling/clinic rooms. Chemotherapy is prepared in a satellite pharmacy within the Unit. Treatment is provided by experienced chemotherapy nurses who are well versed in cannulation and administering chemotherapy.
The QHB Chemotherapy facility includes a state of the art Chemotherapy Unit with 18 outpatient chemotherapy chairs, two bedded side-rooms for assessing and treating unwell patients, and 7 counseling/clinic rooms integrated with Oncology.
Requirements for this position are:
- FRCR or equivalent
- CCT, CESR or within six-months of attaining OR
- Evidence that the GMC is processing a Specialist Registration application (this must be provided prior to interview)
Overseas applicants that are practicing independently as medical oncologists are welcome to apply and have a discussion with the IMG Connect Team. Support will be offered to international candidates for both Visa and Specialist Registration processes (CESR, CCT).