About the Trust
- University teaching hospital full of hard working and dedicated staff provide community and hospital services across the North West of England
- Renowned for their teaching, training and support with modern educational facilities and simulation suites.
- Within the department there is a current FCEM examiner as well as consultants with special interests such as simulation or ultrasound. There will be a designated Consultant supervisor for the duration of the rotation.
- The posts attract 10+2 Programmed Activities on a 24/7/365 rota. However they are committed to supporting flexible job plans and will work with you to mutually agree your activity commitment. Whether you are interested in a subspecialty commitment, teaching, research or quality improvement projects, we are excited to explore these opportunities with you.
- The majority of the appointee’s time will be spent on clinical duties, however, an integral part of the post will be the supervision and teaching of training grade doctors on the shopfloor. In addition, the appointee will be expected to take part in the formal teaching and on-going audit programmes within the directorate as well as a full range of management duties commensurate with this role
- Provision of primary medical care to patients suffering recent injuries and acute medical and surgical conditions of sudden onset, occurring in circumstances where it is not practical to seek the assistance of their General Practitioner.
- Management of the department to maintain efficient and timely patient flow with specific reference to both local set and nationally set targets. To ensure adequate supervision of junior staff including break provision and adherence to European Working time Directive.
- Assist consultant staff in maintaining staffing levels including covering short term sickness
- Timely review of patient’s results and investigations when returned to the department
- Close liaison with nursing staff to ensure patient care is maintained and all trust policies and
procedures are adhered to.
- Pre-hospital treatment of trauma victims and those suffering from acute illness when
requested by relevant agencies including North West Ambulance Service
Skills and Experience required for this position
- Full GMC Registration or in Process
- MBBS or equivalent (basic medical degree)
- Full MRCEM or FRCEM - (Desirable)
- Have 5+ years experience minimum in Emergency Medicine
- Ability to demonstrate broad experience and skill in Emergency Medicine
- Knowledge of good medical practice and the General Medical Council requirements
- Commitment to and evidence of continuing professional development
- Demonstrates knowledge of clinical governance practice
- Is able to work effectively in spite of pressures
- Detailed working knowledge of safeguarding agenda, and its relevant legislation, policy and guidance
- Ability to teach clinical skills
- Ability to critically review research
- Willing to supervise other staff
- Experience of undertaking audits and presenting their findings
- Works effectively with others towards shared goals, welcoming diverse perspectives
In return the trust can offer you the following?
- Invest in your training and development to pursue a successful and fulfilling career in healthcare.
- As an NHS employer they offer one of the most competitive and flexible benefits packages offered in the UK.
- Support doctors in enhancing their professional development, including doctors who want to work towards gaining the Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR) in Emergency Medicine.
- They can support you in the training required to achieve your Specialist Registration via the CESR route
- Permanent staff receive at least 27 days' holiday each year, a generous pension, plus other benefits including flexible working options and exclusive discounts
- Bank workers receive one extra hours pay for every 12 hours worked in place of annual leave entitlement, plus other benefits including pension