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Clinical Fellow or Specialty Doctor in Clinical Oncology - Head & Neck

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Job Description

Are you a a clinical oncologist with a passion for head and neck oncology and a desire to advance your career? This unique opportunity has been designed to support the expansion of the Trust's advanced technical radiotherapy services. This role offers an enriching learning environment with strong support. You will be a part of an NHS Trust that serves as a regional tertiary referral center with expertise in neurosurgery and technical radiotherapy.

This is a great opportunity for overseas Consultants who want to establish themselves in the NHS, and gain some NHS experience in a world-class UK Centre before starting their consultant career in the UK. The post is suitable for candidates holding primary qualifications or specialist certification from the EEA, or for experienced IMGs looking to complete CESR.

The NHS Trust is a prominent teaching hospital and one of the UK's largest NHS trusts, and manages five leading hospitals in central and north London. They consistently achieve high CQC ratings, providing acute and specialised care to over a million patients annually. Being a part of this NHS Trust means becoming part of a dedicated team delivering "better health, for life."

The Oncology Department, spanning three major teaching hospitals, offers comprehensive head and neck cancer services, addressing a wide range of tumours and conditions. Cutting-edge treatments include radiotherapy and chemotherapy, supported by robust research opportunities. You will be situated in the vibrant heart of London, which offers an urban lifestyle with diverse cultural activities and scenic riverside parks. Excellent schools and transportation links enhance the appeal of this dynamic location.

Researchers from this NHS Trust benefit from numerous funding opportunities, including collaborations with college institutions and renowned organisations.

Overall, this role combines clinical excellence, research support, and a dynamic urban lifestyle in the heart of London.


EEA Candidates:

  • Experience of working in Clinical Oncology
  • Board Certified Specialist in Clinical Oncology desired

Non-EEA Candidates:

  • Experience of working in Clinical Oncology
  • Eligibility for GMC registration (including ECFMG Verification completed)
  • OET or IELTS (candidates who have booked their test and have good levels of English will be considered)

UK based applicants

  • Experience of working in Clinical Oncology
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