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Applications are invited for the 6 month post of Senior Clinical Fellow for Neurosurgery at Salford Royal Hospital.
The Neurosurgical Unit in the Greater Manchester Neuroscience Centre at Salford Royal Hospital has one of the largest and busiest teams in the country.
You would join this team with direct responsibility to the neurosurgical consultants, working in conjunction with the rest of the neurosurgical team. Subspecialties that are represented within the unit include oncology, complex spine, functional, oncology and vascular neurosurgery, giving you experience in a busy, well-established and highly-performing unit.
The post is suitable for neurosurgical trainees with a clear and demonstrable interest in Neurosurgery, and genuine prospects of being able to take up a consultant (or equivalent for international applicants) post in future.
The post is paid at the equivalent of registrar grade, working alongside the other 17 clinical registrars and 3 research registrars in the regional neurosurgical unit.
There will be involvement in general neurosurgery, and a 1:9 on call as the first on call registrar, with a senior registrar as second on call.
The post is for 6 months.
Applicants should have full registration with the GMC.
In line with the Trust’s Single Equality Scheme we welcome applications from everyone irrespective of ethnic origin, disability, age, gender, sexual preference, disability, nationality, religion, marital status, social back ground or trade union membership.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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