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Nottingham University Hospitals, Queen’s Medical Centre Campus
Band 5– full-time, permanent post
An opportunity to experience working in a busy department, either as a new graduate or an Orthoptist with previous experience has become available. We need a motivated orthoptist to work as part of our team in this post.
The orthoptic department, in this large teaching hospital, has a varied and interesting caseload. The postholder will participate in paediatric and adult ocular motility clinics and the assessment and management of orthoptic patients across various orthoptic and refraction clinics.
The department supports new graduates in the transition from University to independent practice and provides a clinical supervisor and mentor.
The postholder will be required to provide clinical teaching and support for pre-registration optometrists, medical students, post graduate medics and other health professionals.
A Diploma/Degree in orthoptics plus HPC registration is required. Outside the Hospital, Nottingham is an exciting city and offers a great quality of life.
As part of our commitment to provide the best care to our patients, we will in the near future be extending our Ophthalmology service to include some consultant led evening and weekend work. As a member of the orthoptic team you will be expected to participate in the provision of support to this extended service.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Isabel Ash, Head Orthoptist or Victoria Jarvis, Deputy Head Orthoptist on ( Phone number removed ) ext 61009/61750 e-mail ( Email address removed ) or ( Email address removed )
We reserve the right to bring forward the closing date should we have an overwhelming response to this advert.
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All new employees starting work at NUH will be subject to a DBS check and liable for the cost (£49 for enhanced, £31 for standard, £30 for basic).
The quoted salary will be on a pro rata basis for part time workers.
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