Doctors , Medical Professionals & Healthcare
Locum Consultant – Surgery
- Full Time
PE Global Healthcare is currently looking for a Consultant – Surgeon for a prestigious hospital based in Scotland. This is fixed term post with visa sponsorship.
The successful candidates will have broad general surgical experience, excellent communication and problem solving skills, and be able to work flexibly as part of an integrated team. You would be encouraged to develop your special interests as part of a network with specialists in Highland. An active interest in teaching and support of our team of specialist nurses along with undergraduate students and junior doctors will also be important. You will be integral to the day to day running of the hospital
Applicants who wish to work part time and flexibly are encouraged to apply. You will be on the General Medical Council Specialist Register with a Licence to Practise or within six months of obtaining CCT at time of interview. The posts can be adapted to suit the individual candidate and hours and job plan can be discussed on an individual basis
We are looking for a Consultant Surgeon to join our existing team of three physicians, three surgeons and four anaesthetists as well as three Rural Emergency Practitioners, delivering high quality care from our rural general hospital in the Scottish Highlands
Eligibility Substantive NHS Consultant
Appointment to a substantive consultant post in the UK National Health Service requires the applicant to be listed on the General Medical Council (GMC) Specialist Register.
Doctors with a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) or a Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration via the Combine Programme (CESR)(CP) who have completed an approved training programme in the UK and are eligible for entry onto the Specialist Register. Applicants can be short-listed if they are within six months of obtaining a CCT, CESR (CP) and must have written evidence of the confirmed date.
You may be eligible for direct entry onto the Specialist Register if you are a national of an EEA country (or Switzerland) and you have a specialist medical qualification that is acceptable for mutual recognition.
Alternatively, the applicant should possess a Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR). A CESR enables doctors who have not completed an approved UK training programme to demonstrate their knowledge, skills and experience are equivalent to the relevant CCT curriculum to join the Specialist Register. The CESR application requires you to prepare evidence and it can take six to nine months to process. You should submit your evidence to the GMC who will forward on to the Royal College for consideration. You will be advised that you will hear an outcome within three months. You cannot be considered for a substantive appointment during this process, you must be on the specialist register.
Applications from doctors with appropriate specialist training and experience who are not listed on the GMC Specialist Register can be considered for a locum consultant post (up to two years) if no substantive consultant appointment is made. Whilst in locum employment, an application to obtain a CESR and entry onto the Specialist Register can be made.