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- London, UK
- Full-time employment
- Posted on 10 Nov, 2018
- Start date:
- Visa Sponsor
- £ 31,096.91 per year
Applications are invited for vacancies in ST1 Community Sexual and Reproductive Health training programmes across England and Wales starting between 01 August 2019 - February 2020.
The specialty training programme is a six year run-through training programme commencing at ST1. The curriculum comprises Basic Training for 3 years in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Sexual and Reproductive Health. Trainees will follow different competencies from O&G trainees which are focused towards medical Gynaecology rather than Labour Ward expertise. Gynaecological competencies will need to be maintained throughout training. The MFSRH Part 1 must be achieved before entering intermediate training. Intermediate training (Years 4 and 5) will extend the strand of Gynaecology and SRH, which will continue to include unplanned pregnancy and Abortion Care, but now also encompass training in Genitourinary Medicine, Public Health, Sexual Assault and Sexual Problems. The MFSRH Part 2 must be achieved before entering advanced training. Advanced Training (Year 6) will be a year of completing all outstanding competencies but with opportunities for shadowing and preparing for a role as a consultant. Throughout the programme the trainee will undergo training in leadership and management. The programme develops the skills required to lead and manage the community based Sexual Health services of the future and lead large multidisciplinary teams.
The application window opens on Wednesday 07 November 2018 at 1000 hours (UK time) and closes on Thursday 29 November 2018 at 1600 hours (UK time). You will not be able to submit your application after this time. Please ensure that you have completed all relevant sections of the application form as missing information will deem your application incomplete and it will not be considered.
You must apply via the online Oriel recruitment system, this can be accessed from the link provided. Registration is available to applicants now, however you will not be able to begin an application until the official opening date of Wednesday 07 November 2018 at 1000 hours (UK time).
The qualifications and professional registration requirements plus other eligibility criteria can be found in the person specification. The person specification for this specialty is available from the Specialty Training website which can be accessed from Oriel.
Please visit Health Education England East of England website for vacancy details, applicants’ guide and further recruitment information. Eligibility criteria for recruitment to Specialty Training 2019 – Immigration requirements
You are eligible to be considered for ST1 Community Sexual and Reproductive Health in Round 1 if:
- You are a UK or EEA national
- You are a non-UK or non-EEA national and your immigration status allows you to work without restriction in the UK. For example, if you have Tier 1 or dependent status, and no restriction against working as a doctor or dentist in training
- You are a non-UK or non-EEA national, you graduated from a UK medical or dental school, your immigration status currently entitles you to work in the Foundation Programme and where you would have previously been eligible for Tier 1 (PSW). You will need to apply for Tier 2 sponsorship, but you will be exempt from the Resident Labour Market Test (RLMT) in this instance.
Please see the Applicant Handbook on the Specialty Training website for further information.
Please note the salary displayed above is a catch-all to cover all participating countries, for the relevant payscales for England and Wales please refer to the links included alongside this advert.
Job Type:Fixed termPay Scheme:Hospital Medical and Dental StaffPay Band: Specialty Registrar Staff Group:Medical & DentalSpecialty/Function:CSRH
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