About the role:
As a Consultant in Haematologist Lymphoma, you will be working in a clinical and service development capacity to ensure the service is planned, delivered and evaluated in line with evidence-based practice. Working closely with the multi-disciplinary team to help create and maintain a robust service.
What’s in it for you as a Consultant in Haematologist Lymphoma:
- NHS Pension: A generous and flexible pension scheme with contributions from us as your employer.
- Annual Leave: Starting at 27 days a year, rising to 33 days after 10 years plus eight bank holidays (for staff covered by Agenda for Change).
- Flexible working & career breaks: Helping you match work and home life ask about reduced hours, compressed hours, flexible working, term-time only working, job sharing and unpaid leave.
- Bank working: The chance to work extra hours at enhanced rates and well pay you weekly ideal if your income needs a quick boost.
- Relocation packages: If a relocation package is offered for the role, you could qualify for expenses of up to 25% of your starting salary.
- Family & Childcare including on-site nurseries at Lincoln County Hospital and Pilgrim Hospital Boston, maternity, paternity, adoption & shared parental leave following a set period of employment.
- Health & Wellbeing including mindfulness, counselling, mental health first aid, health check MOTs, physiotherapy, eye tests.
- Learning & Development including Lincolnshire Talent Academy, leadership training, medical education, clinical education, Lincolnshire clinical research and GP speciality training programme.
- Discounts & Salary Sacrifice including Cycle2Work, car lease scheme, home electronics and wider wallet.
- Rewards & Recognition including staff awards, long service awards, retirement awards, examples of excellence and staff lottery.
- Take part in a consultant rota for emergency duties currently 1:7 (weekdays) / 1:8 (weekends)frequency, and to provide, on a reciprocal basis, cover for colleagues during periods of annualor study leave
- Carry out teaching duties as required and take an active part in the Postgraduate and Undergraduate Medical Education programmes, in the teaching of junior medical staff and to be involved in the education of technical and nursing staff
- Provide professional supervision and management of trainee medical, technical and other staff
- Attend regularly department meetings
- Have continuing responsibility for in- and out-patients in their care and for the proper functioning of the department
- Participate in East Midlands Cancer Alliance and multi-disciplinary team meetings
- Take part in the clinical governance programme
- Be involved in research where appropriate
- Actively participate in the management of the services of the Directorate
- MRCP (UK) or equivalent FRCPath or equivalent
- Full and Specialist registration (and with a licence to practise) with the General Medical Council (GMC), or be eligible for registration within six months of interview
- Applicants that are UK trained, must ALSO be a holder of a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT), or be within six months of award of CCT by date of interview/ Applicants that are non-UK trained, will be required to show evidence of equivalence to the UK CCT
- Extensive experience and training in general clinical haematology
- Experience of involvement in clinical research and audit
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Disclaimer: We are unable to support or accept applications from candidates who are residents within the Red or Amber list of the Code of practice for the international recruitment of health and social care personnel in England, based on the World Health Organisation (WHO) Workforce Support and Safeguard List.