I want to keep my account, but I don’t want people to see my CV
Click ‘PRIVACY SETTINGS’, then select ‘I don't wish to be contacted about jobs by companies looking to hire'
I want to keep my account, but I don’t want to receive jobs by email
Click ‘JOBS BY EMAIL’ then choose ‘REMOVE THIS JOB ALERT EMAIL’ next to any of your alerts.
I want to permanently remove my account from this site
This will permanently remove all of your details and CV from our site. If you want to apply for any jobs in the future, you can apply as a guest or you will have re-register.
Southampton, Hampshire, England
Salary up to £ Apply
Our client has an exciting opportunity for an Ophthalmology Surgeon to work within two of their hospitals that are within commutable distance of eachother either via public transport or car, these are located within Hampshire. This is a permanent role working 40 hours per week. Postholders will be expected to provide cross-cover for colleagues during periods of absence, including for example annual leave and study leave. The postholder will be responsible for liaising with senior colleagues in the neighbouring NHS Trust to affect the seamless transfer of acutely ill patients who require transfer across to the NHS.
Duties will include:
Preoperative intra operative and postoperative activities as well as time allocated for clinical supporting work
Participation in the outpatients prior to surgery, and in all aspects of the operative care of the patients
Spend the equivalent of at least three days in the operating theatre and two days a week in a combination of outpatient assessment; administrative, management and clinical governance duties
Work closely with clinical colleagues, both specialists and RMO's, in order to enhance the level of patient care at the centre.
To act at all time in accordance with the principles in the GMC document "Good Medical Practice" and all other relevant professional guidelines.
To be mindful at all times of the requirements of the Health & Social Care Acts and related legislation (as amended) and the requirements of the Care Quality Commission as they exercise their statutory responsibilities.
To provide a high standard full range of specialist diagnosis, treatment and care to inpatients, day cases and outpatients who need ophthalmology services, as required by the case mix
To provide advice and assessment of patients as requested by the RMOs during routine working hours.
To cover the wards, outpatients and surgical sessions for Consultant colleagues during their absence.
To participate in the Centre's audit programme.
To contribute to the development of Clinical Quality Standards.
To undertake all necessary administrative duties associated with the care of his/her patients, including but not limited to clinical coding, discharge summaries, letters and reports.
Qualifications & Experience
Qualified Ophthalmologist on the Specialist Register of the GMC
Broad general experience in Ophthalmology.
Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team.
Able to conduct a clinical audit.
Ability to teach clinical and practical skills.
Ability to communicate well with patients and staff, both orally and in writing.
Self-awareness and the ability to develop others
25 days annual leave
10 days sick leave
Relocation package - £5K
10 Days CPD - with generous financial contribution
Pension (2-5%) matched contributions
Life assurance (if enrolled in the pension scheme)
Cycle to work scheme
Job Type: Permanent
City of Westminster, London, Greater London, England£ 19000 - 22000 Per yearPermanentPosted 15th February 2018
£ 19000 - 22000 Per yearFull timePermanentPosted 15th February 2018Closes 15th March 2018Ref VAC-20119
Ophthalmic TechnicianWest Central London - Zone 1£19,000 - £22,000 + Bonus My client, a leading independent Ophthalmic Clinic in Ce...