About the Trust
Trust has strategic objectives which include building a world class reputation in research, education and training relevant to the diverse population, delivering an excellent patient experience and ensuring is fit for purpose.
Trust's purpose is to deliver “Caring at its best” for all the people who visit hospitals, either as patients, the public or as staff.
As one of the largest and busiest teaching hospitals, our vision is to move from where we are now to where we want to be. Locally, this is known as the journey from ‘Good to Great’. In becoming part of our team you too can show your commitment to the delivery of high quality services to patients with our Trust values.
This is a locum full time replacement post in Adult Haematology. The post provides an exciting opportunity to join an enthusiastic team with interests including: Myeloma, CLL, Laboratory and General Haematology.
The post holder will be expected to do 3 clinics a week covering myeloma, low grade lymphoma and general haematology. They will also take part in an attending system managing the day-case and in-patients. There is a 1 in 9 on call system to cover haematology with specialist rotas in transplantation and haemostasis. There are weekly MDTs to cover haematological malignancies.
There will be a sessional commitment to laboratory work. The post holder will be part of the HMDL (Haematology Malignancy Diagnostics Laboratory) team. They will be able to report samples relating to their patient cohort but will also work as part of the dual reporting and integrated report writing of the HMDL team.
The post holder will be encouraged to participate in and instigate audit activities within the hospital relevent to haematology. There is a clinical on call commitment shared with consultant colleagues for in patients. The current frequency is 1 in 9. Separate consultant rotas exist for Haemostasis, Thrombosis and Transfusion and for stem cell transplantation.
- MBBS or equivalent
- MRCP or equivalent
- FRCPath or equivalent
- Full and specialist registration (and a licence to practise) with the General Medical Council (GMC) (or be eligible for registration within six months of interview)
- Holder of Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT), or within six months of award of CCT or equivalent by date of interview
- MD or PhD - Desireable
What happens next?
If you are a qualified and experienced specialist in Haematology and fulfill the above listed requirements for the role then please apply and a member of our A&E Agency team will be in contact with you shortly.