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  • Advert number: 243994-0
  • Posted Date: 24/05/10
  • Closing Date: 11/06/10

Ward 40, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
Fixed term up to 1 year
Reference: FM0/11924
Applications are invited for a whole time Locum Appointment for Training (LAT) in Neurology at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. The appointment would be made at ST1, ST2 or ST3 level depending on the experience of the candidate.
 This post is available as soon as possible after 1 August 2010 for a period of up to one year. Experience is offered in the management of Neurology inpatients and outpatients, together with on-call experience of Neurological and Neurosurgical Emergencies. Candidates must have completed Foundation Programme Training. This would particularly suit a trainee planning a career in Neurology or one of the allied specialties.
 If this post is not on the current Shortage Occupation list as issued by the UK Border Agency, it may not qualify for sponsorship. Applications from candidates who require sponsorship to work in the UK may not be considered if there are a sufficient number of other suitable candidates who have eligibility to live and work in the UK.
 For more information visit: Full registration with a licence to practise with the GMC is required. For more information visit:
 Informal enquiries to: Dr Margaret-Ann MacLeod, telephone 01224 553505 or Dr Linda Gerrie, telephone 01224 551187, Department of Neurology, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
 To request a job description and application form, please email us at: quoting the above reference. Applications by email are encouraged, but in the absence of internet access, a 24 hour jobline is available, telephone 01224 556692.
 The application form should be submitted by email to: Only in the absence of internet access please submit your paper application (original plus 3 copies please) to Recruitment Office, Westholme, Woodend Hospital, Eday Road, Aberdeen AB15 6LS, by 4pm on Friday, 11th June 2010 (if enclosing a curriculum vitae this should also be copied 3 times).