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- Consultant Ophthalmologists
- 10 PA's
- Hull Royal Infirmary
- £79,860 - £107,668
- 30/09/2019 23:59
CONSULTANT POSTS IN OPHTHAMOLOGY
Due to exciting service expansion we are currently looking for FOUR consultants to become part of our nationally renowned ophthalmic service at the Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
We’re a committed, friendly and dynamic team who’ll give you the opportunities to grow your skills and make an impact that gets noticed.
So, whether you’re starting out, settling down or simply looking for the next step in your career, there’s a role for here for you.
Applications are invited for the post of Consultant Ophthalmologist in all sub-specialties including Glaucoma, Cornea, Medical Retina and General Ophthalmology.
The successful candidates will join our expanding Department of Ophthalmology, with 16 Ophthalmic consultants, covering a wide range of specialist interests.
Applicants should possess full GMC registration, FRCOphth (or equivalent) and either already be on the Specialist Register or be within 6 months of receiving their Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) at the time of interview.
The successful candidates will work alongside a team of trainees, sharing clinical duties and will take part in the on-call rotas. In addition participation in regular Departmental and regional teaching is expected along with participation in clinical audit.
A General Ophthalmology Consultant job description and person specification has been included to illustrate an indicative weekly timetable but sub-specialty specific ones are available on request.
Please make clear which post you are applying for at the start of your supporting statement.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Further details / informal visits contact
Mr Mark Costen or Miss Louise Downey, Clinical Leads on (01482) 605300 or by emailing Mark.Costen@hey.nhs.uk or Louise.Downey@hey.nhs.uk