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Clinical Development Fellow in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care EH

Clinical Development Fellow in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care EH

Posted 18 September by NHS National Services Scotland


?Care and Compassion ?Quality and Teamwork ?Dignity and Respect ?Openness, honesty and responsibility

Why work for us?

Patients are at the centre of everything we do in our daily working lives at NHS Borders ensuring they are safe, cared for efficiently, effectively by suitably experienced and qualified staff driving quality at the heart of patient care. We are a dynamic and forward thinking team with a wealth of clinical and leadership experience. We aim for an open and honest culture and believe in nurturing future stars in NHS.

Our service caters for a stable population in a tranquil and beautiful rural area only 36 miles from Scotland’s vibrant capital, Edinburgh. We have excellent local schools and leisure facilities and a quality of life second to none. There is affordable housing in the local area and a relocation package / assistance with temporary accommodation is available for the successful candidate. After an absence of almost 50 years, the Borders Railway has now opened, with train services to central Edinburgh running every thirty minutes (journey time 50 minutes approx) to Tweedbank Station. On opening the railway Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth said "The Borders railway brings so much promise for sharing and invigorating this most beautiful countryside as a place to work, live and enjoy”.

Recently MELROSE has taken the title of the best place to live in Scotland in a new national ranking --town-of-melrose-named-best-place-to-live-in-scotland/

The Role

This is an opportunity to join the Anaesthetics Department in a modern well-equipped District General Hospital and experience the excellent quality of life of the beautiful and rural Borders area in South East Scotland. You would exercise an intermediate level of accountability and the post will have flexible daytime Theatre / ITU responsibilities and out of hours commitments each week. You will gain invaluable clinical experience in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care and if appropriate can maintain or develop a clinical interest. Non-clinical protected time will be provided in your job plan for developmental purposes e.g. quality improvement, management and continuing professional development.

You must have full registration with the GMC with a licence to practice with adequate postgraduate training and/or Anaesthetic specialty training programme experience (or equivalent), including experience in Obstetric Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, to deal with the on-call requirements. FRCA or equivalent is also desirable.

Out of hours commitments are on a 1 in 7 basis shared with senior trainees, specialty doctors and associate specialist colleagues.

***PLEASE NOTE: We cannot accept late applications so please ensure your application is submitted early***

Reference: 40918576

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