A&E Agency are excited to bring you this opportunity for a SHO doctor to work in general medicine. there is multiple vacancies available. They have 09-17's and full rota positions to start ASAP and are ongoing for the next 3 months with possible extension for the successful candidate.
County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest integrated care providers in England, serving a population of around 650,000 people. They are a high performing organisation with a track record of success. The Trust has been an integrated acute and community services provider since 2011, and a foundation trust since 2007.They provide acute hospital services at Darlington Memorial Hospital and University Hospital of North Durham. Bishop Auckland Hospital is a centre for planned care and we provide community services from six community hospitals and 80 other community based locations. Have a dedicated, 8,000 strong workforce and are committed to our vision - 'with you all the way' - whether in hospital, home or the community.
If you would like to apply for this post through A&E Agency, here are the benefits:
• Competitive rate of pay
• Fully flexible hours
• Fast track registration
• Guarantee a responsive and reliable recruitment service around the clock
Our recruitment consultants will aspire to consolidate any sought-after positions. Making sure you personally are getting the right experience to help further yourself in your career.
Is this job right for you?
Successful applicants will need to meet the following criteria
- Full GMC Registration
- MBBS or equivalent (basic medical degree)
- 2+ Years UK experience in desired specialty
- Able to pass compliance frameworks
Refer a doctor to A&E Agency to receive additional money:
Essentially, the refereeing doctor would get the payment on request once the referred doctor has worked the hours set out below;
- 250 Hours : £ 200 in Vouchers
- 500 Hours : a further £200 in Vouchers
We would pay these in either One4All vouchers or Amazon vouchers depending on your preference.