There is a high demand in the UK for speciality doctors with a particular interest in HDU/ITU with positions available at teaching hospitals that are...
There is a high demand in the UK for speciality doctors with a particular interest in HDU/ITU with positions available at teaching hospitals that are able to help with training and development.
About the role
This is a full time, permanent role working within a high-tech, state-of-the-art Anaesthetics Department of a highly acclaimed NHS Trust. Located in London's West End, the hospital is close to many of London's popular attractions with great transport links and award-winning eateries within walking distance. You will report into the Department Director, who as well as being a renowned anaesthetics consultant with over 20 years' experience, is an author of multiple books in the field.
Skills and qualifications
Overseas-trained doctors need to be fully registered with the General Medical Council (GMC) and before you can apply for this, you will need to clear IELTS (general English language test) or OET test (occupation-specific English language test) and PLAB, or any of these acceptable GMC postgraduate experience qualifications. UK-trained doctors require full GMC registration, recent experience within the NHS, two current references and the right to work in the UK.
The ideal candidate
The ideal candidate will be at XYZ grade and available to start as soon as possible.
Benefits of a permanent job within the NHS include:
- Relocation - relocation package and tier 2 visa sponsorship available
- Training and development - CESR
- Working hours - standard full time (40 hours per week)
- Annual leave - 27 days per year, plus eight general/public holidays
- Pay enhancements - rewards for out of hours, shift and overtime working
About the employer
The National Health Service (NHS) is the publicly funded national healthcare system for England and one of the four National Health Services of the United Kingdom. As the largest employer in the UK and the fifth largest worldwide, the NHS provides universal healthcare, free at the point of use.
The NHS provides some of the highest quality healthcare in the world with experts specialising in a variety of fields. Some of the most ground-breaking medical milestones have been achieved by NHS doctors: the NHS pioneered in vitro fertilisation in 1977, performed the first successful kidney transplant in 1960, and the first heart transplant in 1968. In 2017, the NHS was judged as the best, safest and most affordable healthcare system out of 11 wealthy countries. The NHS celebrates its 70th birthday on 5 July 2018.
About the agency
Global Medics has been successfully supplying anaesthetists into the NHS since 2001. We pride ourselves on having up to date knowledge of the UK Anaesthetics and Critical Care market and work exclusively with clinical directors within the NHS, offering the best roles and salaries before other agencies.
We offer a dedicated service throughout the recruitment process, from the interview process to placement. Our specialist Anaesthetics and Critical Care team will offer you a personalised service to ensure all aspects are taken into consideration when securing you with your permanent role.
How to apply
Apply online today or for further information, email Hannah Walker-Stabeler at: or call +44 (0) 20 8566 4111. Applicants should expect a response within 48 hours.