Are you a great critical care consultant who wants to deliver great healthcare?
Do you want to strive towards improving health and wellbeing?
You are invited to apply for the role of Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine at one of the largest hospital trusts in England. This trust has a national and international reputation for delivering high-quality specialist care.
This NHS Trust is on an exciting journey of transformation. With a new Medical School at the centre of the community, a focus on research, clinical leadership and making our trust a rewarding and friendly place to work, there’s never been a better time to join.
This is a full-time permanent role as a consultant in intensive care medicine. You can be single speciality or dual with anaesthesia, acute, respiratory or renal medicine. The salary for this role is between £84,559 and £114,003 per annum. This trust is offering an additional £20,000 benefit payment as a thank you for choosing to work at this trust*
*A £10,000 recruitment premia will be paid on commencement and £10,000 after 12 months’ service. To be repaid (pro rata %) if you leave within 12 months of either payment.
What’s it like working as an intensivist in this department?
Critical Care at this NHS trust is at an exciting period of redevelopment, having attracted national investment to expand Critical Care provision across East Kent. They offer a forward-thinking approach to flexible working and portfolio careers. The team work closely with other specialities and applications are welcomed from candidates who practice Intensive Care Medicine as a sole speciality, or who are dual accredited with any of the following: anaesthetics, respiratory, renal, acute medicine or emergency medicine. The team has a burgeoning research portfolio, including high-profile national studies. Educational PAs at the Kent and Medway Medical School are available.
What do you need to be successful in this role?
You should have the following:
- Full GMC Registration
- CCT Specialist Registration (or will obtain within 6 months of interview date) in intensive care medicine and anaesthetics, emergency medicine or acute medicine.
- Wide knowledge and experience of caring for critically ill adults and children
- Wide experience in anaesthesia, emergency medicine or acute medicine
- Previous NHS experience
- Experience in teaching
- Audit participation
Are there any additional benefits?
As well as a £20,000 recruitment premium, the benefits package includes the following:
- Removal expenses
- 32 days annual leave
- Active support for the study, quality improvement and patient safety work
- Medical education and research
What is it like living in Kent?
Whilst there might be some travel between sites, the majority of the time would be spent at your base site in Margate. Margate is an iconic seaside town with a rich historic and cultural heritage.
In the past decade, Margate has enjoyed a great deal of investment, making it a cool, hip, and vibrant place to live. Flocks of ex-Londoners are currently heading to Margate in their droves, with homebuyers from further afield also keen to join the party. With a real arty feel to the area, quirky streets, expansive coastal views, a stunning sandy beach and impressive housing options, Margate is a real winner for young professionals, couples or retirees looking for a new lifestyle.
Margate has its own train station operated by South-eastern Trains. The station is well-equipped and runs regular services to London St Pancras and Victoria, both of which take between one hour to an hour and a half. The station also offers routes to many of Kent’s major destinations as well as both Ashford and Dover (via Ramsgate).
Properties in Margate had an overall average price of £290,320 over the last year. The majority of sales in Margate during the last year were terraced properties, selling for an average price of £284,036. Flats sold for an average of £157,869, with semi-detached properties fetching £354,535.
If you want to look outside of a seaside town, you could easily live in Ashford, Kent or Canterbury and commute to work.
If you are a Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine and want to join an NHS trust actively investing in an improvement journey to make it a great place to work, please apply nowand a member of the permanent division will be in touch for a confidential discussion.
If you aren’t sure if this opportunity is for you, please email EmmaDooley@accident-emergency.co.uk and we can arrange a call to discuss your goals and preferences.
If this isn’t for you but you know someone who might be interested, we pay up to £1000 for referrals who go on to work with the A&E Agency. Please read the terms and conditions for more information.