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NB: This vacancy closed to applications on 29/07/2019.

Advanced Training Fellowship in the Management of Skin Cancer- PILOT

Job Reference: J93-A-19-2161

Health Education England South West
Specialty Registrar

JCST-Training Interface Group -Advanced Training Fellowship in the Management of Skin Cancer - PILOT

Applications are invited, from surgical trainees, for a pilot of four Specialist Registrar placements in the management of Skin Cancer utilising Mohs Micrographic Surgery. Each placement will be for a period of 6 months, two posts commencing on the1st of February 2020 and two posts commencing on the1st of August 2020.

The specialised training centres that deliver the training are Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and St Helens and Knowsley Hospitals NHS Trust.

Candidates will be appointed to a centre on the basis of personal preference and availability depending upon ranking at interview.

The fellowships will be undertaken as a period of Out of Programme and are pre-certification (CCT) for the duration. If there is insufficient time to complete fellowship before CCT then training will need to be extended. Trainees will be asked to confirm the extension of CCT with their Training Programme Director (TPD) prior to the interview and the TPD will need to be one of the referees for the post.

Please note that this Fellowship is a pilot and although GMC approval is anticipated, until it has been confirmed, the programme should be undertaken as Out of Programme Experience OOP(E).

Applications can be submitted until the 29th of July 2019 at 16:00. Late applications will NOT be accepted. The interviews will be held in Bristol on the 4th of September 2019.

This recruitment process is managed on behalf of the Joint Committee on Surgical Training by Health Education England (Severn). For the full details of these exciting training opportunities and to submit an application please select the link to Oriel (on-line recruitment portal) provided within NHS Jobs.

These training programmes are open to those who may, either from the outset or subsequently, wish to train flexibly (part-time).


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