Trust Specialist Registrar Visa Sponsonsorship Uk

May 29, 2024
£37.1 - £57.6 / year

Job Description




We are searching for a full-time doctor to join the Stroke Unit on a one-year fixed-term contract.

All positions working with vulnerable groups will be subject to an enhanced criminal record check upon appointment, and employees must provide their approval for the Trust to obtain frequent updates on their criminal record status throughout their employment.

Due to the large amount of applications we receive for particular positions, we retain the right to close any advertisements before the advertised closing date if we receive a sufficient number of applications. Following the closing date, we strongly encourage you to verify the registered email account. If you have not heard from us within four weeks of the closing date, please assume that you were not shortlisted.

Please be aware that, as per updated UKVI guidelines, candidates appointed to any role for which we can request sponsorship for a Tier 2 (general) visa from April 2017 will be required to provide an overseas criminal record certificate for themselves and any adult dependents from each country in which they have lived for 12 months or more consecutively in the previous ten years.

As part of our commitment to equality and diversity at LNWUH, we encourage submissions from BAME (Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic) individuals to ensure that our personnel structures reflect the variety of the communities we serve.

Candidates must hold an MBBS or similar qualification, have completed foundation one-year training, and ideally have experience at the F2, CT1/2, or ST1/2/3 levels.

The successful applicant will be expected to be fully registered with the General Medical Council and hold a licence to practise.

On the Stroke Unit, patients with suspected stroke or TIA, stroke mimics, and medical outliers will be treated both inpatient and outpatient.

Participate in clinical and other service tasks to ensure a high standard of patient care.

Contribute to the improvement of clinical quality and efficacy in other clinical domains that overlap with stroke advancements.

To participate in the Unit’s research programme.

London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust (LNWH) serves the communities of Brent, Ealing, Harrow, and beyond.

Our team of more than 8,200 clinical and support staff serves a varied population of almost one million individuals.

We provide significant acute care at Northwick Park Hospital, which has one of the country’s busiest emergency departments (A&E). The hospital offers a comprehensive range of services, including the country’s top-rated hyper-acute stroke facility and one of only three hyper-acute rehabilitation units in the UK.

St Mark’s Hospital is a globally recognised centre for intestinal disease.

Ealing Hospital offers a variety of clinical services, including a 24/7 emergency department, urgent care centre, and Meadow House Hospice.

Central Middlesex Hospital is our planned care site, offering surgical and outpatient treatments alongside an urgent care centre.

We are a university teaching NHS trust, recognising the critical role we play in training future clinicians and disseminating research findings to the public.

Clinical fellows are not formally recognised training positions, but they will receive consultant-led teaching and supervision, as well as support for their professional development, such as MRCP and, eventually, higher specialist training.

Candidates should be competent doctors with some expertise in general and geriatric medicine. Experience with stroke is useful but not required. Training will be provided, and qualified people will be encouraged to develop skills related to stroke management.

The stroke unit offers patients 24-hour access to highly skilled and devoted stroke experts, as well as direct admission to HASU beds, ensuring that patients are cared for by specialists from the moment they arrive. The Unit is effectively coordinated, with multidisciplinary treatment provided on freshly remodelled wards designed exclusively for stroke patients.

Rehabilitation amenities include therapeutic gyms, restaurants and an assessment bathroom, as well as seven-day TIA clinics.

There is a 24/7 on-call rota for thrombolysis, which is manned by Trust Specialist Registrars in stroke medicine and stroke nurses, with consultant assistance available at home.

To examine the major responsibilities, please review the accompanying Job Description and Person Specification.