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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 21/04/2022.

Speciality Doctor in Assisted Conception

Job Reference: L24-BF-LON-SDAC

Employer:
British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas)
Department:
Fertility - IVF
Location:
London
Salary:
Negotiable - depending on experience

British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) is the UK’s largest independent women’s reproductive healthcare charity. We work mainly on behalf of the NHS across the country providing abortion, contraception, STI testing & treatment. Soon we are launching BPAS Fertility. We specialise in evidence-based, not-for-profit care.


BPAS Fertility are looking to appoint a doctor to join our assisted conception service at our London clinic

About BPAS Fertility:

BPAS Fertility consists of a hub unit in London where the embryology and andrology labs are located and 2 satellite units in Peterborough and Swindon where Nurse/Midwife Practitioners carry out consultations, ultrasound scans and cycle management. In the hub, a team of nurses, midwives, doctors, embryologists, administrators and counsellors collaboratively provide not-for-profit, patient-centred, evidence-based fertility treatments including IVF, ICSI, frozen embryo cycles, fertility preservation and intra uterine inseminations for a whole range of patients.

The role:

As a Speciality Doctor in Assisted Conception you will undertake patient consultations, cycle monitoring using transabdominal and transvaginal ultrasound scanning, egg collections and embryo transfers.

Other duties include:

  • To be responsible for Egg collections and Embryo transfers, liaising with the patients when they attend the clinic so that they have a clear understanding of what is being carried out.
  • To ensure that all necessary drugs are correct and in date, and equipment is functioning correctly before commencing the procedure.
  • To complete patient consultation and pre-treatment assessment if needed, ensuring that patient’s questions are fully answered, and they understand the procedure.
  • To undertake Scanning for cycle monitoring.

About you:

We are looking for someone who has experience of working within an assisted conception unit as well as knowledge in the assessment and management of complications, management of infertility and assisted reproduction techniques and identification of medical and other conditions which may affect treatment.

The successful candidate will have full General Medical Council Registration with a Bachelor of Medicine.

What we can offer you:

BPAS has generous benefits including life assurance cover, 34 days annual leave per year and a defined contribution pension scheme – you will also have access to our employee benefits programme through BHSF which includes specially selected health and wellbeing products and services, as well as lifestyle offers to meet the needs of you and your family. This includes various salary sacrifice schemes, alongside free counselling services and access to free private GP appointments. There is also access to BHSF’s online discounts site, providing a wide range of savings and special offers.

Further Information:

Salary: Competitive - negotiable depending on experience
Location: 1-5 Christopher Place, Chalton Street, NW1 1JF London
Hours: Part time or full-time hours will be considered. Please state your preference on your application form.

There is a requirement for the successful candidate to be part of an on call rota (1 in 4 weeks) this will attract extra renumeration.

For an informal discussion about this role please contact marta Jansa Perez, Director of Embryology via email at marta.jansa-perez@bpas.org

BPAS Fertility. Evidence-based, not-for-profit care.




We don’t just offer choice to our clients - We also offer it to you. An excellent supportive and friendly working environment with comprehensive training and development opportunities provided. Come and join the BPAS team in the exciting area of reproductive healthcare.

Interested so far? Don't delay, apply today! Complete an online application form via NHS Jobs. (We do reserve the right to bring forward our closing date, without notice, in the event of high volumes of interest). For further information please contact us on via email recruitment@bpas.org

The Small Print: All applicants must be pro-choice. If you do not hear from us within 2 weeks of the closing date, unfortunately you will not have been shortlisted on this occasion.

References: All offers of employment are conditional based on satisfactory pre-employment checks. We require applicants to provide 3 years of employment references including information on reasons for leaving and any gaps in employment.

COVID-19: BPAS encourages all applicants to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and we invite you to share evidence of your vaccination status. This is in addition to the requirement to provide evidence of vaccination/immunity against the following conditions of Tuberculosis, Hepatitis B, MMR and Varicella for clinical roles directly involved in patient care.



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