- Advert number: 306280-0
- Posted Date: 28/06/12
- Closing Date: 20/07/12
SHEFFIELD TEACHING HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST
LOCUM APPOINTMENT FOR TRAINING
Specialty Registrar ST3 Level
DIABETES AND ENDOCRINOLOGY
Applications are invited for the post of ST3 Level Specialty Registrar, Locum Appointment for Training, based at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The post will be available to commence from September 2012 for a period of nine months.
Possession of MRCP or equivalent is essential, as is two years’ Basic Medical experience. Some experience in Diabetes and Endocrinology would be advantageous but is not essential. Candidates must be able to demonstrate immunity to Hepatitis B in order to carry out the duties of this post. In the event of a further vacancy arising for the above post or LAT/LAS on the same Training Scheme prior to interview, shortlisted candidates may be considered.
The Postgraduate Dean has confirmed that this post has the required educational and staffing approval.
This post does not attract a National Training Number. In accordance with Home Office regulations, applications from candidates who require a work permit to work in the UK may be considered if there are sufficient numbers of other suitable candidates from the UK/EEA. Non-UK/EEA applicants should ensure they are aware of the recent changes to the immigration rules.
For further information on how this may affect your application, visit: www.homeoffice.gov.uk or contact the Home Office’s Immigration and Nationality Bureau, telephone: 0870 606 7766 or by email: email@example.com
Informal enquiries are welcomed by Dr John Newell-Price, Training Programme Director and Consultant, based at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, telephone: 0114 271 1634.
To apply, please visit: www.yorksandhumberdeanery.nhs.uk and click on Specialty Recruitment 2012, to access information regarding the Yorkshire and the Humber Region, vacancies available and the full application process. Reference: NGH/12/39. Closing date: Friday, 20th July 2012.