Accident and Emergency | Consultant in Emergency Medicine
What is your role? “As a consultant in emergency medicine I work in the A&E department, helping to treat some of the 125,000 or so people we see in A&E every year. “My job is...
There has never been a better time to come and work at University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust. The Trust was formed on 1 July 2018 to bring together our five hospitals – in Derby, Burton, Lichfield and Tamworth – to provide the highest quality care to patients across southern Derbyshire and south east Staffordshire.
With over 12,000 members of staff you can expect huge variety and new opportunities every day! Our staff go above and beyond and take pride in caring for our patients.
University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust is fully committed to promoting inclusion, equality, diversity and human rights in employment and delivery of its services. The Trust is committed to providing an environment where all employees, patients, carers and visitors experience equality of opportunity by means of understanding and appreciating the value of diversity.
As a Trust we promote an inclusive environment and welcome applications from a diverse pool of talent and backgrounds. All individuals are valued and given every opportunity to succeed based on merit.
MINDFUL EMPLOYER – University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust has signed the Charter for Employers who are positive about Mental Health.
Join us and help make a real difference to our Trust.
Here’s more about the role and what we’re looking for;
At University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust patients are at the centre of all we do.
The newly created Derbyshire Pathology serves both the Royal Derby Hospital Pathology and Chesterfield Royal Hospital Pathology services and is hosted by University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation.
The single clinically lead management team for Derbyshire Pathology aims to
We’re looking for a passionate and committed individual who shares our values and want to invest in continuously to improve and transform our services.
If you are an experienced Senior Biomedical Scientist or an aspiring leader and would relish a new challenge, then we would love to hear from you.
You will be working as part of the newly formed Derbyshire pathology service within the Microbiology Laboratory based at Chesterfield Royal Hospital.
This is an exciting time to join us as you will play a pivotal role in leading and shaping the transformation and development projects of our newly formed service whilst putting your technical and managerial skills in practice.
Your career starts here. Join us and become a key part of #TeamUHDB
Key Requirements of the role:
In return we offer:
Key facts about our Trust:
In terms of location, Derby and Burton offer the best of both worlds – city life on the doorstep of a stunning rural environment. We border the National Forest and we are in easy reach of the Peak District that offers outstanding natural beauty. Centrally located, we have excellent transport links to the rest of the country including major cities. Sports facilities, theaters, shops, restaurants, museums, entertainment are all located within the area.
Closing date - 23rd January 2019
Interview Date: 6th February 2019
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
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For informal enquiries please contact Michael Collins Specialist Technical Manager Derbyshire Pathology. Tel: (01246) 512270 or Rebecca Turner Service Manager Derbyshire Pathology Tel (01332) 788219
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