Pediatric Adjunct Recovery Consultant (PaNDR) job at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Applications are invited for the position of Adjunct Pediatric Recovery Consultant (PaNDR) at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to start as soon as possible for 12 months.

PaNDR integrates both the Neonatal Recovery Service and the Pediatric Recovery Service for the whole of the East of England.

We are looking to appoint a dynamic clinician to join our team of consulting pediatric intensivists and anesthesiologists in this busy regional service.

The new role will be to assist in the exciting development and expansion of the regional transport service, PaNDR (Paediatric and Neonatal Decision Support and Recovery Service) and is a great opportunity for senior trainees to develop and enhance consultant level skills, knowledge and experience.

Main duties of the position

The appointee will provide clinical shifts, clinical leadership, expert advice and multi-disciplinary management for the pediatric recovery service.

You will be fully registered with the GMC and ideally will have a CCT or you will be within six months of being awarded the CCT at the time of the interview. Applications are welcome from those unable to work full-time for personal reasons or from those wishing to job share.

This is an excellent opportunity for senior trainees who want to gain experience in a supportive environment as a new consultant with a range of clinical development, management and leadership opportunities available.

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The candidate should have demonstrable listening, reading, writing and speaking skills in English that enable effective communication on medical topics with patients and colleagues as outlined in GMC Good Medical Practices (2013). Non-UK applicants must pass the IELTS/OET exam before obtaining a GMC license to practice.

Applications from job seekers who need skilled worker sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be considered along with all other applications. For more information, please visit the UK Visas and Immigration website.

It is mandatory for skilled worker applicants, applying for leave to enter the UK, to submit a criminal record certificate from each country in which they have continuously or cumulatively resided for 12 months or more in the past 10 last years. Adult dependents (over 18) will also be subject to this requirement.

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is an equal opportunity employer.

Detailed job description and main responsibilities

It’s an exciting time to join the team, as funding for a new children’s hospital in Cambridge has been agreed and work is progressing at full speed, with construction due to start in 2024.

Our pediatric intensive care unit supports a wide range of medical and surgical specialties, major trauma, education and research.

There are strong links with the University Department of Pediatrics and the Level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Neonatal Transport Team

Please refer to the attached job description and person specifications for more details on the main responsibilities and duties of this position.

For more details / informal visits, contact:

Informal inquiries regarding this position should be directed to Dr Susan Broster, Director of PaNDR, Head of Specialist Services Development at [email protected] or Dr Hiren Mehta, Head of PaNDR and Consultant in Pediatric Critical Care at [email protected]

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