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Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
Consultant in General and Colorectal Surgery
A vacancy has arisen to work at The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust at Barnet, Chase Farm and Royal Free Hospitals as part of the general and colorectal unit. The emergency work will be carried out on the Barnet site. Candidates should be capable of leading a general emergency surgical on-call with the required training and the clinical, open and laparoscopic surgical skills to deliver this. The on-call commitment is 1 in 12.
The remaining job plan will deliver elective general and elective colorectal surgery (2 OPA, 2 operating, 1 endoscopy session and a flexible session). This appointment is a subspecialty colorectal surgery post. Training and experience in lower GI endoscopy, laparoscopic and open colorectal resection for benign and malignant conditions is required.
To apply for this post, candidates must demonstrate eligibility for Full UK GMC registration and entry onto the GMC Specialist Register or equivalent. This is a 10+1 PA job plan to be reviewed annually
Please note that CV's must be in word or pdf formats and must contain the names, telephone numbers and work e-mail addresses of referees which cover the last three years of employment.
Please be advised that we have also advertised Consultant in Emergency Surgery and General Surgery posts and all candidates will be interviewed on the 2nd December 2016. The Consultant in Emergency Surgery and General Surgery job description and person specification can be found under job reference 391-1541-S-OS. Please state at your interview if you would also like to be considered for the Consultant in Emergency Surgery and General Surgery post.
Interview Date: Friday 2nd December 2016
For further details / informal visits contact:
Mr Daren Francis, Service Lead for colorectal surgery ( Email address removed )
Nick Garlick, clinical director, ( Email address removed )
Kate Cox senior operations manager ( Email address removed ) for informal discussion about the post.
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