- Advert number: 324823-0
- Posted Date: 28/02/13
- Closing Date: 31/03/13
StR in Occupational Medicine - London Based
Can you hack it in the boardroom?
We are looking for our new apprentice: an individual who is not only an excellent Doctor, but who will be respected and trusted by everyone, from the Boardroom to the shop floor in the companies we look after. It is not only challenging but also one of the most interesting and rewarding careers in Medicine.
Duradiamond Healthcare is one of the most dynamic and innovative Occupational Health providers in the UK. We are looking for a StR to join our company and be part of our award winning team. In return we will give you diverse and stimulating training across a number of our client companies; from major construction projects to Blue Chip corporations; media to transport, and manufacturing to name a few.
Our excellent remunerative package includes all course fees and professional membership subscriptions. The job will be based at various locations within the greater London area, but will include some nationwide travel.
You will need to meet the essential criteria for Specialty Training including MBBS (or equivalent) qualification, evidence of achievement of Foundation Year, CT, ST1 and ST2 competencies. MRCP/MRCGP preferred, but not essential. You should also have demonstrable evidence of excellent Clinical Care. If you are a non-EEA national your immigration status must entitle you to work without restriction in the UK. This post holds educational approval from the Postgraduate Dean, and the successful candidate will be allocated a NTN(I).
Send us a letter detailing why you think you would be our ideal apprentice and include your CV – make your application compelling! Please send it to: Jenny McCullagh, HR Manager, Duradiamond Healthcare Limited, Mullion House, Aberuthven Enterprise Park, Aberuthven, Perthshire PH3 1EL or email: Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org Informal discussions can be organised by email, or call: 01764 664197.
Closing date: 31st March 2013.