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Job Description

Senior Clinical Fellow in Adult Critical Care 

Nottingham £43,828 - £52,090 + banding at 50 % (1A)

Indigo Healthcare are recruiting for an ICU Senior Clinical Fellow to work in Nottingham University Hospital.  
  

This post would ideally suit candidates with anaesthetic experience who are aiming to advance their CV and develop their ICM and Acute Care Skills to a higher level within a tertiary teaching ICU.

The applicant would work on the airway rota and therefore should have at least 2 years post foundation experience in any of the acute specialities (of which at least 12 months should be in Anaesthesia).

Clinical Responsibilities will include (not exhaustive):

  • Perform daily reviews on ICU patients and present findings on the MDT ward round
  • In conjunction with the consultant support the clinical decision making of junior medical and nursing staff as the senior member of the critical care team
  • Review critically unwell patients outside of critical care
  • Admit, stabilise and formulate an initial management plan for critically unwell adults
  • Competently initiate ventilation, use vasopressors, insert CVC and Arterial Lines and be able to transfer the critically unwell patient.


This post requires the successful candidate to:

  • Support the learning and development of other members of the critical care team (inc undergraduates)
  • Participate in clinical governance and quality improvement.
  • Set individual goals

1.5 days per week of paid CPD time is allocated for the successful applicant to pursue their clinical and non-clinical interests, this may also be used for postgraduate exam preparation.

This opportunity will allow you to build a well-rounded portfolio of clinical experience, service development/audit, teaching and management. The Trust has  an excellent track record of SCFs gaining entry into competitive training programs in Anaesthesia, Critical Care and other specialties.

 

The hospital offers an initial 12 month or 24 month contract. 

The working hours are between 40-48 hours as per the rolling rota.

This Trust is in a position to offer a Certificate of Sponsorship for candidates who require a Health and Care Visa. 

 
Nottingham University Hospital is one of the finest University Hospitals in the UK.

The Trust provides services to over 2.5 million residents of Nottingham and the surrounding areas.
 

QMC - The Queens medical centre is a teaching hospital and one of the largest busiest hospitals in the UK. 

It has a busy A&E Department and is the primary destination of the Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance for the seriously injured. 

Nottingham City Hospital - or City campus serves the region for cancer care, nephrology, infectious diseases, cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery and burns.

It is also a national centre for shoulder surgery. 

This hospital also has a stroke unit, respiratory medicine, elective urology centre and provides maternity and neonatal care. 
 

Indigo Healthcare are experts at placing Doctors, providing an end to end service from detailed interview preparation, career coaching and assistance throughout the relocation process. We offer a friendly, professional and confidential service for Doctors in the UK and those wishing to relocate to the UK.

For more information about this opportunity, please contact Stella@indigohealthcare.co.uk or contact Stella Redgrave-Nevison on 07881 387351

Qualifications

Required Qualifications & Experience:

GMC Registration
Evidence of successfully completing foundation year 2 training.
Evidence of a further 2 years in acute specialities (of which 12 months should be in anaesthesia).

 

Benefits

This opportunity is great for candidates who wish  to gain further experience in the management of critically unwell patients with a wide range of medical and surgical conditions and enhance their CV for application to specialist training.