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VACANCY FOR A CLINICAL FELLOW (SHO GRADE) POST IN GENERAL SURGERY – GLAN CLWYD HOSPITAL
Applications are invited for a Clinical Fellow (SENIOR SHO) post in General Surgery commencing from August 2019 and is fixed term for 12 months. The post offers excellent experience and developmental opportunities in elective and emergency General Surgery (although it is currently not recognized for training by the Postgraduate Dean). The department is committed to support the appointee by offering them extensive opportunities to develop their portfolio, with a view to their successful progression onto the registrar level. This post is an exciting opportunity for a dynamic and experienced surgical trainee with ambition to progress to registrar level.
The appointee will have the opportunity to progress clinically to the standard of competence needed for appointment to higher surgical training, or other registrar level posts. They will have their own educational supervisor. Active participation in surgical audit and clinical research projects will be encouraged. The appointee will have the opportunity to develop teaching skills within the department, and also through the undergraduate teaching programme. Study leave will be encouraged and supported on an equivalent basis to that which applies to educationally approved posts, with ATLS courses are available locally, if required. Assistance with exam preparation (e.g. MRCS) and interview practice will be provided.
Glan Clwyd Hospital enjoys excellent clinical and postgraduate facilities, with an extensive library.
This post currently operates a 1:11 full-shift Rota with prospective cover for annual and study leave.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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