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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 06/12/2020.

Clinical Fellow ST1-3 Paeds General

Job Reference: 001-MP163.20

Employer:
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
Department:
Paediatrics
Location:
Noah's Ark Children's Hospital, Cardiff
Salary:
£32,896 - £51,724 per annum

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Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (the UHB) is a Smoke Free Health Board. Smoking is banned across all of the UHB sites. Staff are therefore not able to smoke in the hospital grounds or on any other UHB premises.

The UHB reserves the right to close this vacancy after 24 hours if a large number of suitable applications are received. Therefore we encourage early applications to ensure consideration for this post.

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We are committed to promoting inclusion, where every staff member has a sense of belonging. We welcome applications from everyone and actively seek a diverse range of applicants. We value our differences and fully advocate, cultivate and support an inclusive working environment where staff treat one another with dignity and respect. We aim to create an equitable working environment where every individual can fulfil their potential no matter their disability, sex, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, age, religion or belief, pregnancy and maternity or marriage and civil partnership status.

Applicants are invited to apply in Welsh, any application submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application made in English


Junior Clinical Fellow posts at Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital

(ST1-3)

Applications are invited for Junior Clinical Fellow posts in Child Health at Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital in Cardiff. We require doctors to work across a range of specialties, including General Paediatrics, Paediatric Surgery, Neonatology, Cardiology, Respiratory, Renal, Gastro-enterology, Neurology, Haematology-Oncology, or Paediatric Emergency Medicine.

The posts will be from 3 March 2021 for 6 to 24 months, with good prospects of 6 monthly rotation through the wide range of other paediatric subspecialties within the Children’s Hospital, subject to your performance, interest and post availability nearer the time. Please indicate any particular interests you may have on the application form.

We are a teaching health board with close links to Cardiff University. The University boasts a high profile teaching, research and development role within the UK and abroad. Together we are training the next generation of medical professionals. Whilst the posts on offer are not recognised for training, we do offer successful applicants excellent educational opportunities, equal to Deanery trainees, including study leave budget and rotas.

Cardiff and Vale University Local Health Board offers a full range of Regional Specialties for children in Wales. This comes at an exciting time in the development of Paediatric Services with the successful opening of the Phase One (2005) and Phase Two of the new Children’s Hospital for Wales in March 2015.

Cardiff and Vale uHB is situated in a vibrant easily accessible part of Wales which combines the best of City life, coast and countryside all within easy reach. An exceptional quality of life can be achieved with affordable housing in the locality good schools and excellent sporting and cultural events at venues such as the Millennium stadium and the Millennium Centre and a range of others.

References will be required to cover a minimum of three years of previous employment and/or training. A satisfactory disclosure check will be required of the successful applicant.

The UHW reserves the right to close the advert early if suitable candidates apply.

In view of Border Immigration Agency regulations, all applicants must state their current immigration status including expiry dates.

For informal enquiries please contact:

Dr Siske Struik, Consultant Paediatrician and assistant clinical director for Junior Workforce on Tel: (029) 2074 2273 or siske.struik@wales.nhs.uk

For further details / informal visits contact:

NameDr Siske StruikJob titleConsultant Paediatrician and assistant clinical director for Junior WorkforceEmail addresssiske.struik@wales.nhs.ukTelephone number(029) 2074 2273




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