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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 25/08/2020.

Consultant

Job Reference: J10-A-20-3043

Employer:
NHS Professionals - Doctors
Department:
Medical Oncology
Location:
Oxford
Salary:
Competitive

This 10PA Locum post is now available at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The post is specialising in Breast, Thyroid and Endocrine Malignancies. The post is open to both Clinical and Medical Oncology applicants. A detailed job plan will be confirmed depending on the candidate’s experience. The post is Oxford based with some commitments at the Horton in Banbury.
The oncology department in Oxford moved into a new £108M cancer centre in 2009 with 6 Varian linacs, four with CBCT. 4DCT, MRI and PET CT planning is routinely used. The department is one of only 7 selected to deliver SABR for all NHSE CtE indications, along with SRS for brain metastases. Lung SABR has been delivered since 2012 and IMRT is routine for most radically treated patients in the department. Rapid Arc is installed on 3 linacs as well as ExacTrac for the stereotactic programme. Chemotherapy is prescribed using a pan cancer network e-prescribing system (Aria).
The department works closely with the University Department of Oncology including the CRUK/MRC Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology, providing excellent opportunities for collaborative radiotherapy research. In 2016, the department was designated an NCRI Established Centre of Excellence in Academic Radiation Oncology (currently only 3 in the UK). The department is taking forward plans to develop satellite radiotherapy units in Swindon (building work commenced due to open in 2019) and Milton Keynes (business case in development).In the interest of equal opportunities, we want to make sure that information about candidates is provided in the same format so all applicants should fill in the standard application form on the NHS Jobs website.

2. Job Description
1. JOB TITLE: Full time (10PA) Locum Consultant in Clinical or Medical Oncology
2. GRADE: Consultant
3. DEPARTMENT: Oncology
4. ACCOUNTABLE TO: Clinical Director Oncology Directorate via the Oncology Clinical Lead
for Breast oncology
5. PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES:
Clinical
The postholder’s duties will be primarily at Churchill Hospital, Oxford, and Horton General Hospital, Banbury, but it is a condition of the appointment that the postholder will be willing to work in any of the Trust’s locations or outreach district general hospital clinics. The post is specialising in Breast Cancer and Endocrine Malignancies. Each 4 hour clinic has 2 new and 7 follow up patients; for a 42 week year, this post holder is likely to see 250 - 300 new patients.

3. Person Specification

 

Post:       Locum Consultant in SPECIALTY Clinical Oncology                                               Job reference: S5/   

 

Requirements

 

Essential

Desirable

Qualifications / Training

 

 

Professional qualifications 

 

MB ChB or equivalent. MRCP,  FRCR (Clinical Oncology) 

Higher medical degree

                 

Professional training 

CCST in  Clinical or Medical Oncology;  OR

Registration on GMC Specialist Register in Clinical or Medical Oncology ;  OR  within six months of achieving CCST at the time of interview.

 

 

IMRT training course.

 

Educational Supervisor training (if not completed pre interview a formal commitment to completion before commencement of post will be required)

 

Further qualification in teaching or education role

Experience

 

                 

Work experience                   

 

General training in  Clinical or Medical Oncology  to specialist level or equivalent IMRT treatment planning. 

IGRT (4DCT planning and CBCT image verification) 

 

Experience in managing chemotherapy for breast cancer

Additional experience in Breast Cancer and Endocrine Malignancies, including isotope therapies

Interest in research with publications. 

 

Type of experience

 

 

 

 Level of responsibility 

Ability to make decisions at consultant level

 

Skills and Knowledge 

 

 

Leadership skills

Excellent leadership, organisational,

communication, professional and personal skills sufficient to undertake effectively the role of consultant in Clinical or Medical Oncology in a large teaching hospital.

 

Organisation and management skills

As above

Management training and experience

Professional - extra skills or achievements

As above

Knowledge of the organisation of the NHS and the Government’s agenda for Its modernisation. Familiarity with the national Cancer Strategy.

Interpersonal skills

Good personal and interpersonal skills

 

                 

Communication skills

Good spoken and written English.   Communication skills should be highly developed.

Computing skills:  ability to use word processor, spreadsheet programme and web browser.

     

Teaching skills

 

Experience of teaching undergraduates and trainees

 

                 

Clinical governance experience

 

Evidence of effective participation in clinical audit and risk management.

 

 

Research skills

 

ICH GCP training within last 12 months.  Evidence of active involvement in clinical research trials. 

Publication of research. 

Other Requirements

 

GMC Registration

Full 

 

                 

Transport

 

Driving licence 

 

 

                 

 

 




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