Clinical Fellow ST3+ Paediatrics

Worcestershire

Permanent

Job description

We have an amazing opportunity for dedicated Clinical Fellow ST3 in Paediatrics to work in Worcester

You will work with other middle grade Paediatricians to provide continuous emergency cover for the Delivery Suite and the Level Two Neonatal Unit, Emergency Department and the 35 bedded Children’s Ward.

What HCL Permanent can offer you:

  • Lucrative referral scheme of up to £250*
  • Dedicated Recruitment Consultant and registration team to help you through the application process
  • Free interview training to help you prepare when selected for an interview
  • Assistance with the on-boarding process including assistance with compliance
  • Aftercare service from the point of when you are offered a job to relocation and beyond into the UK
  • We can help with opening up bank account and offer accommodation assistance

What you will need:

  • You must have the right to work in the UK
  • Must have acceptable postgraduate qualifications to allow GMC Registration- MRCPH or PLAB
  • Must have experience of working in Paediatrics for at least 2 years
  • Ideally 6 months of neonatal intensive care experience and 6 months equivalent to that required at ST2 level in Paediatrics in an approved training post
  • Valid Academic IELTs or OET for international candidates
  • Preferable NHS experience in the speciality

Keen to know more? Apply now to send us your CV and one of our recruitment team will be in touch with you. Not quite the role for you? Contact us directly to discuss our other available roles.

HCL is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications regardless of sex, age, race, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, religion and belief, pregnancy and maternity or disability.

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