RCPCH is leading the way in children’s health and alongside the community have developed a vision of future workforce requirements and training to ensure you are able to provide the best possible services for children and young people. When asked, “In 2040, what is the top thing you want to be different about the working lives of paediatricians?”, the main responses related to wellbeing. Of the 294 who wrote comments, 68% referred to well-being, with “work-life balance” being the most common response. We are excited to be working with an NHS trust with a proactive commitment to equality and diversity, and a range of flexible working options .
Are you a consultant in paediatrics with a sub-speciality interest in neonatology?
Are you looking for a job which provides you with more time to learn, train, lead and carry out research?
Are you looking for flexibility with your working hours and on calls?
We are delighted to open applications for a Consultant Paediatrics with a sub-speciality interest in neonatology. The role will be based in Eastern England and a permanent contract.
What opportunities are available in this job?
You will be expected to see a full range of general paediatric patients. It would be desirable to have a subspecialty interest in neonates and to develop it to complement the needs of the department. You could have the opportunity to take clinical leadership roles such as Clinical Audit and link person for A&E in providing care for the children. You will be one of 10 General Paediatricians based in the trust and will support general paediatric and epilepsy services in the region of the Trust. You will also be supported to develop other interests within the role.
Why continue your career at this trust?
With specialist services, state-of-the-art facilities, strong research links and opportunities to move across the Trust, you can grow your skills and experience, progress your career, and expand on your knowledge. Add in the team’s proactive commitment to equality and diversity, and a range of flexible working options – including part-time, job sharing, and compressed hours – and it’s easy to see why so many inspiring individuals choose to be here.
What are the requirements?
The ideal candidate will have:
- MRCPH or equivalent
- NHS experience is desirable but international candidates are welcome to apply
- 9+ years’ experience in paediatrics and/or neonates
- Registration with the GMC *or in process*
Why live in Cambridgeshire?
Cambridgeshire is an excellent place to live. The cities are situated in the heart of East England and are some of the most affordable cities to live in. There is an excellent choice of schools, family facilities, entertainment and affordable homes. A city is a popular place for families to settle down.
The city is not short of restaurants, bars, pubs and entertainment venues. There is always something going on in the city including theatre shows and comedy nights. You certainly won’t be bored living in the heart of this city. There is also a selection of lovely market towns and villages if you don’t want to live right in the city. If you love adventure and the outdoors there are plenty of attractions just a walk away.
If you are a consultant paediatrician or neonatologist and looking to join a paediatrics department to support your career goals and development, please apply now. If you are looking for a paediatrics role somewhere else in the UK, please email EmmaDooley@accident-emergency.co.uk with a copy of your CV.