Specialty Doctor in Paediatrics

  • Job Reference: CA16-Perm (Arinder)
  • Date Posted: 17 November 2023
  • Recruiter: A&E Agency
  • Location: North Yorkshire
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Paediatric, Paediatric > PICU, Paediatric > NICU, Paediatric > Neonatal, Paediatric > Paeds A&E, A&E Agency careers
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Arinder Cheema
  • Email: arinder.cheema@accident-emergency.co.uk

Job Description

Are you an experienced and dedicated Specialty Doctor in Paediatrics searching for an exciting opportunity in North Yorkshire?


A&E Agency is delighted to unveil a fantastic full-time permanent position for a Specialty Doctor in Paediatrics. The post holder will work on the middle grade tier, with a bespoke rota, offering flexibility and work-life balance. Embrace on-call duties with consultant support, covering Paediatric ward, Outpatient clinic, Special Care Neonatal Unit, and Children's Assessment Unit.


As a Specialty Doctor in Paediatrics, you will be at the forefront of future paediatric developments, including the establishment of an ambulatory service, simulation programs, medical student teaching, and subspecialty interests such as diabetes, epilepsy, and cardiology.


The hospital includes a 14-bedded Paediatric ward, a Children's Assessment Unit, a Paediatric outpatient department, an eight-bedded level one neonatal unit, and a three-bedded Paediatric Emergency Department with a dedicated team of Paediatric Nurses.



  • License to practice with the General Medical Council
  • Part 1 MRCPCH or equivalent
  • Neonatal Life Support
  • Advanced Paediatric Life Support
  • Substantive NHS experience.


Enjoy a competitive salary, a permanent full-time position, the chance to contribute to paediatric care, a dynamic work environment, and continuous professional development.


If you are passionate about paediatric care and ready to take your career to the next level, please apply below or get in touch with us at doctorscandidateattraction@acaciumgroup.com


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