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- Norwich, UK
- Full-time employment
- Posted on 29 Oct, 2018
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- £ 46,208.0 per year
Would you like to join a team that makes a real difference every day and at the same time expand your knowledge and experience of Microbiology at one of the leading teaching hospitals in the country? If so then we would really love to hear from you.
We are currently looking for a Locum Appointment for Service (LAS) Clinical Fellow - ST3+ equivalent in Medical Microbiology and Virology you will be based in the Microbiology Department at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. You will work closely with our senior clinical team and benefit from their experience and knowledge allowing you to expand your own clinical experience every day and participate in active teaching and research links.
The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital has 1000 beds and serves a population of over 700,000. The hospital is adjacent to the University of East Anglia, the Medical School established in 2002 and the world renowned Norwich Research Park. This ensures that our staff have unqualified access to research development and opportunities for under and post graduate teaching.
Norwich is quite rightly described as “a fine city.” Its skyline is dominated by a graceful cathedral and a massive Norman castle. It boasts countless attractions to interest and intrigue its residents, with all of the modern facilities you would expect in a vibrant city. Norwich schools are rated as some of the best within the country. The surrounding Norfolk countryside and long stretches of coastline are renowned for its beauty and tranquility. The Norfolk Broads provide a quintessential rural getaway with the North Norfolk villages providing a more traditional ambience. With excellent transport links to Cambridge and London, Norfolk offers everything you require to establish the perfect work life balance.
The senior clinical team have put a lot of thought into the rotas and working patterns and this post will be subject to 1:4 rota for telephone advice on call and weekend laboratory service, depending on the experience of the appointed candidate ( a period of grace before on call starts is expected).
You would be offered the same training opportunities as our specialty trainees in Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology and Virology, who are provided with weekly training, support in teaching and ward round (OPAT, Clostridium difficile, diabetic foot clinic, AMS) rotations. We are here to support you as you help us support the service at NNUH.
Applicants must have full GMC registration with a licence to practise, have experience in Medical Microbiology and Virology and preferably hold MRCPath part 1/2 and we hope to have you in post for up to 12 months. Please note that this post does NOT attract a training number.
Further information about the hospital can be obtained from our Web Site.
If you are interested in joining our team or have further questions, please contact dr Ourania Kakisi consultant Microbiologist and UEA Academic Lead on 01603 288649 or via email@example.com for an informal discussion. Alternatively dr Reham Soliman Consultant Microbiologist and Service Lead on 01603 288586 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Type:Fixed termWorking pattern:40Pay Scheme:Hospital Medical and Dental StaffPay Band:Specialty RegistrarStaff Group:Medical & DentalSpecialty/Function:Microbiology
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