SPECIALTY DOCTOR IN REHABILITATION MEDICINE SOUTHERN GENERAL HOSPITAL INFORMATION PACK REF: 25538D CLOSING DATE: 15TH JUNE 2012 www.nhsggc.org.uk/medicaljobs SUMMARY INFORMATION POST: SPECIALTY DOCTOR IN REHABILITATION MEDICINE BASE: SOUTHERN GENERAL HOSPITAL This is an exciting opportunity to join a team of four consultants providing a needs-led comprehensive Rehabilitation Medicine service based in the Southern General Hospital. The post is offered on a full-time basis with no on-call attachment. All applicants must possess Full GMC Registration, a licence to practice and at least 4 Years full time Post Graduate Training, two of which must have been in relevant acute specialties or you will demonstrate and evidence equivalent experience and competencies. Consideration will be given to applicants who are unable for personal reasons to work full time. ACUTE SERVICES DIVISION Rehabilitation and Assessment Directorate Southern General Hospital Information Pack For the Post of Specialty Doctor in Rehabilitation Medicine 1. GLASGOW – A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE AND WORK Greater Glasgow and Clyde Valley are one of the world’s most thrilling and beautiful destinations. There is a wealth of attractions to discover, the UK’s finest Victorian architecture to astound, internationally acclaimed museums and galleries to inspire, as well as Glasgow’s own unique atmosphere to soak up. Be entertained in one of Europe’s top cultural capitals by its year-long calendar of festivals and special events and enjoy outstanding shopping, superb bars and restaurants – all located within a stone’s throw of some of the country’s finest parks and gardens. The area also stands at the gateway to some of Scotland’s most spectacular scenery, with Loch Lomond and the Trossachs only 40 minutes away. What’s more, we are easily accessible by air, rail and road so getting here could not be easier. 2. ACUTE SERVICES DIVISION, NHS GREATER GLASGOW AND CLYDE The Acute Division of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is the largest group of adult acute hospitals in Scotland – offering many opportunities to ensure job satisfaction and career development. We provide a wide range of services from community-based care through to the full range of general hospital services. We enjoy close links with Glasgow’s three universities and make a significant contribution to teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Research also has a high profile within the organisation. We provide excellent facilities for students and their tutors in the brand new, £15 million, state of the art, Wolfson Medical School, based at Glasgow University. We serve a core catchment population of 560,000 with patients not only coming from Greater Glasgow and Clyde but also, in some instances, from the whole of the West of Scotland and for our national services, from the whole of Scotland. We have eight hospitals north of the River Clyde, all with teaching responsibilities: Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Western Infirmary, Stobhill Hospital, Gartnavel General Hospital, Glasgow Dental Hospital and School, Drumchapel Hospital, Blawarthill Hospital and Lightburn Hospital. South of the river situates the Southern General Victoria Infirmary. The Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley, Inverclyde Royal Hospital in Greenock and the Vale of Leven District General Hospital situated in Alexandria make up the three acute sites within Clyde. With an annual budget of over one billion pounds this is a particularly exciting time to be joining NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. Over the next decade there is planned investment of more than £750 million, this is the largest single investment programme in the history of NHS Scotland – giving NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde hospital accommodation for 21st Century health care. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde plans to develop a new pattern of Accident & Emergency Services for Glasgow that will see: Specialist Accident & Emergency and Orthopaedic teams sited 24 hours a day at two centres of excellence – Glasgow Royal Infirmary and Southern General Hospital; New rapid access for GP emergency referrals; and Five Minor Injury Units staffed by nurse practitioners under the guidance of Accident & Emergency Consultants at Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Gartnavel General Hospital, Southern General Hospital and at the Ambulatory Care Hospitals to be built at Stobhill Hospital and the Victoria Infirmary. The Acute Division brings together all acute services across the city and Clyde under a single management structure led by the Chief Operating Officer. The Division is made up of six Directorates of clinical services each managed by a Director and clinical management team along with a Facilities Directorate. These are: Rehabilitation and Assessment Emergency Care and Medical Services Surgery and Anaesthetics Regional Services Diagnostics Women and Children’s Services Facilities Rehabilitation and Assessment Directorate The Rehabilitation and Assessment Directorate brings together the management of services that have strong inter-relationships to related CHCPs. The Directorate manages the following services: Stroke Frail Elderly Palliative Care Inpatient Physically Disabled West of Scotland Mobility and Rehabilitation Centre (Westmarc) Physiotherapy Dietetics Speech and Language Therapy Rehabilitation In addition, the Directorate manages a range of community services including palliative care, a number of specialist community disability services, pain services, continence, services to care homes and falls prevention. Emergency Care and Medical Services The specialties included in this Directorate are: Accident and Emergency services Acute Medicine Cardiology Respiratory Medicine Renal Medicine Gastroenterology Diabetes Infectious Diseases Rheumatology Dermatology This Directorate also includes management of the Out-of-Hours GP Service Surgery and Anaesthetics This Directorate includes: General Surgery – including vascular and breast surgery Orthopaedics / trauma Anaesthetics – including critical care (with the exception of Coronary Care) Ophthalmology Optometry ENT Surgery Audiology Endoscopy Urology Regional Services This Directorate includes: Neuro-sciences (including all sub-specialties except neuro - Radiology and neuropathology) Specialist Oncology services (including haemato-oncology) Plastic Surgery and Burns Cardiothoracic Surgery Renal Transplantation Oral and Maxilofacial surgery Homeopathy Diagnostic Services This Directorate includes: All Laboratory Medicine including Paediatrics Diagnostic imaging (including Beatson radiological services and Paediatric Radiology) Vascular and Interventional Radiology Breast Screening services Women and Children’s Services This Directorate brings together maternity, gynaecology and children’s services. The Directorate includes: Obstetrics Gynaecology Neonatology Paediatric Medicine Paediatric Surgery Paediatric Accident and Emergency Paediatric Anaesthetics Facilities Directorate This Directorate includes: Site maintenance for both acute and CHCP facilities Hotel Services Laundry TSSU Supplies Transport Catering Telecommunications Waste Management 3. SOUTHERN GENERAL HOSPITAL The Southern General Hospital is a large teaching hospital with an acute operational bed complement of approximately 900 beds. The Hospital is sited in the south-west of Glasgow and provides a comprehensive range of acute and related clinical services. District General Hospital services are provided for the south-west of the city, with some services provided for the whole city. Services include Accident and Emergency, Dermatology, ENT, General Medicine (including sub-specialties), General Surgery (including sub-specialties), Medicine for the Elderly (including Assessment, Rehabilitation and Day Services), Gynaecology, Neonatal Paediatrics, Obstetrics, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedic Surgery, Urology, Physically Disabled Rehabilitation and Continuing Care. The Obstetrics, Urology, Ophthalmology and Dermatology Departments provide the single in-patient location for the whole population of South Glasgow. The Maxillofacial Department for the whole city was centralised at the hospital in the autumn of 2002 providing trauma and elective surgery and specialist provision for head and neck cancer. South and West Glasgow’s in-patient Gynaecology service was centralised at the Southern General Hospital in late 2003/early 2004, bringing together on one site a range of services from across the city. The Assessment and Rehabilitation service for the Physically Disabled is also provided for the whole city from the Southern General Hospital. There is also a wide range of therapeutic services including Audiology, Clinical Psychology, Dietetics, Occupational Therapy, ECG, Physiotherapy, Radiology (including MRI and CT provision for the general hospital service) and Speech Therapy. The Institute of Neurological Sciences The Institute of Neurological Sciences is based on the Southern General campus and provides Neurosurgical, Neurological, Clinical Neurophysiology, Neuroradiological and Neuropathology facilities for the West of Scotland. The Institute is equipped with 2 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Suites, SPECT Scanner, 2 Computerised Axial Tomography Scanners, and angiography facilities. The Institute has recently undergone a major upgrade to incorporate ENT and Oral & Maxillofacial Services and is now equipped with additional facilities including the development of a new ward, four additional theatres, ICU, HDU and a new out-patient department. Westmarc The Westmarc Unit houses the clinical services for prosthetics and orthotics, including the Artificial Limb and Appliance Centre, within a purpose-built facility. The centre is staffed jointly by hospital and university personnel from the National Centre for Training in Prosthetics and Orthotics of Strathclyde University. Podiatry The Department of Podiatry has a purpose-built 24-chair clinic and a minor procedure theatre. Spinal Injuries Unit The Queen Elizabeth National Spinal Unit for Scotland provides a spinal injuries service to the whole of Scotland. This is housed in a purpose-built facility attached to the Institute of Neurological Sciences. Education There is a long tradition of training medical students and the Southern General is one of the principal teaching hospitals in Glasgow. There are fully equipped conference facilities at the Walton Conference Centre on site and a range of other tutorial rooms throughout the hospital. There is also a Library with a Learn Direct E-Learning Centre. University Links The Southern General Hospital has built a sound academic and research base over the years, and have an excellent teaching reputation with libraries and lecture suites with comprehensive audio/visual facilities. There are close links with the University of Glasgow's Faculty of Medicine including Professors within Neurosciences. VALUING OUR STAFF The Division is committed to extending training and development opportunities to all staff and is actively developing multi-disciplinary training, extending the role of on-line learning, and recognises the importance of developments in technology for both staff and patients. We offer: 1. Policies to help balance commitments at work and home and flexible family friendly working arrangements / Access to Day Nursery 2. Excellent training and development opportunities / Excellent student support / On-site library services / Commitment to staff education and life-long learning/development opportunities 3. Free and confidential staff counselling services 4. A central Glasgow location, with close access to motorway, rail and airport links 5. On-site staff gym at the Southern General Hospital / Active health promotion activities 6. Subsidised staff restaurant facilities on each site 7. Access to NHS staff benefits/staff discounts 8. Easy access to city centre shopping facilities, with SGH close to Braehead Shopping Centre 9. Good Public Transport links / Bike User Group / Access to discounted First Bus Travel 10. Access to NHS Pension scheme . 4. WORK OF DEPARTMENT OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE The PDRU provides a consultant led multidisciplinary rehabilitation service for adults with physical disability referred from both hospital and community settings. Referrals are received from the inpatient neurological and neurosurgical units at the Institute of Neurological Sciences, as well as medical and surgical units in Glasgow and surrounding areas. Patients are also admitted from outpatient and domiciliary assessments having been referred by GPs, other specialists or community services. Inpatients receive a multidisciplinary rehabilitation programme directed by patient centred goals. Weekly consultant led multidisciplinary team meetings and ward rounds are held to monitor patient progress and manage relevant clinical issues. Each patient will also have regular individual goal planning meetings with staff specifically working with them to set goals in detail. Each consultant has regular outpatient and also day assessment or day case clinics. A specialist spasticity clinic is held on a regular basis, and there are also gait assessment clinics. There are good links with the West of Scotland Mobility and Rehabilitation Centre (Westmarc) and community services. Domiciliary and environmental control assessments are carried out regularly. The Larkfield Unit also provides a consultant led multidisciplinary rehabilitation service for adults with physical disability referred from both hospital and community settings for patients mainly residing in within the Inverclyde area of NHSGGC. This service is provided across outpatient and community settings and within an 8 bedded inpatient ward based at the Inverclyde Royal Hospital. Ward 53 provides continuing care for younger adults with severe physical disability, and there is facility for medical respite. There is regular teaching of medical undergraduates, and there is one FY2 and one GPST2 post rotating through the PDRU. Multidisciplinary audit, clinical governance and journal club meetings are held regularly. Bed Numbers Southern General Hospital Physically Disabled Rehabilitation Unit 26 Ward 53 Continuing Care 22 Inverclyde Royal Hospital Larkfield Unit 8 5. THE POST (a) Title: Specialty Doctor in Rehabilitation Medicine (b) Relationships (i) Rehabilitation and Assessment Directorate Stroke and Disability Services Director: Ms A Harkness Associate Medical Director: Dr M Roberts General Manager Ms M Farrell (ii) Names of Consultant members of the Department Dr A Weir Dr B Panesar Dr J Benjamin Lead Consultant (iii) Other members of medical staff in the Department Dr S Jose Staff Grade Specialist Registrar 2 Posts GPST 2 1 Post FY2 1 Post (c) Duties of The Post (i) The postholder will be expected to work with local managers and professional colleagues in the efficient running of the service. Subject to the provisions of the terms and conditions of Service, the postholder is expected to observe NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s agreed policies and procedures, drawn up in consultation with the profession on clinical matters, and to follow the standing orders and financial instructions of the Health Board. (ii) The postholder will be expected to make sure that there are adequate arrangements for hospital staff involved in the care of patients to be able to make contact with the postholder when necessary. (iii) The postholder is required to comply with GG&C Health and Safety Policies. (iv) Direct Clinical Care: Referral assessments Out-patient and day case clinics including procedures Administration associated with task e.g. letters, liaison with GPs and families Cross-cover for absent colleagues Supporting Professional Activities: Hospital meetings Audit Involvement in Clinical Governance e.g. complaints, investigation of clinical incidents Participation in Annual Appraisal and Job Planning There are no on-call or out of hours duties required with this post. Whilst this is not a training post we would be happy to support a suitable candidate who wished to consider specialist accreditation via the CESR route. 6. Proposed Weekly Programme The proposed indicative weekly programme is below. The job plan will be reviewed with the successful candidate within 3 months of appointment and immediately after appointment if the appointee wishes to work a reduced number of sessions. Name: Specialty: Rehabilitation Medicine Grade: Specialty Doctor Effective Date of Job Plan: Next Expected Review Date: Contract: Weekly PAs: 10 Principal Place of Work: Southern General Hospital Other Regular Workplaces: Inverclyde ward if cover required On-Call Availability Supplement: Nil None / (delete as appropriate) Out of Hours Work: Nil Managerially Accountable to: Clinically Responsible to: PDRU Consultants a) Timetable of activities which have a specific location and time DAY HOSPITAL/ DESCRIPTION OF CATEGORY PA TYPE LOCATION WORK Southern DC SOA AR - PA APA General Hospital or other Glasgow hospitals for liaison work Monday PDRU Day case clinic √ √ From / To Neuro Outpatient clinic √ √ 9am – outpatients 5pm Tuesday Referring units Referral assessments √ √ From / To Referring Referral 9am – units/PDRU assessments/admin √ √ 5pm Wednesd Neuro Spasticity √ √ ay outpatients clinic/General From / rehabilitation outpatient To clinic 9am – √ 5pm Referring units Referral assessments Thursday Neuro Spasticity √ √ From / outpatients/PDR clinic/procedures To U 9am – SPA √ √ 5pm PDRU Friday PDRU Day case clinic √ √ From / To Neuro General rehabilitation √ √ 9am – outpatients/PDR clinic / admin 5pm U 7. No Smoking Policy In recognizing the danger to health of smoking and the right of non-smokers to enjoy smoke free air, Greater Glasgow and Clyde has implemented a smoking ban throughout all premises. 8. Crown Indemnity The postholder will be eligible for Crown Indemnity. However it is recommended that the individual contacts his/her Medical Defence organisation for advice on any personal cover needed for his/her own situation. 9. Details of arrangements for applicants to visit hospital: In the first instance contact: Head of Department Dr Alastair Weir 0141 201 1690 Lead Consultant Disability Services, RAD Short-listed candidates are invited automatically by the Director of Human Resources to visit the hospitals concerned. If candidates on their own initiative have visited the hospital prior to short-listing, they will only be allowed expenses for that prior visit if they are subsequently short-listed. When it is thought that there will be difficulty in filling the post, the Director of Human Resources has the authority to approve a second visit. NHS GREATER GLASGOW AND CLYDE ACUTE SERVICES DIVISION REHABILITATION AND ASSESSMENT DIRECTORATE PERSON SPECIFICATION JOB TITLE: Specialty Doctor in Rehabilitation SPECIALITY: Rehabilitation Medicine Medicine FACTOR ESSENTIAL DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS MBBS or equivalent medical qualification Eligibility Full registration with the GMC and a licence to practice. Evidence of achievement of Foundation competencies by time of appointment in line with GMC standards in Good Medical Practice including: • good clinical care • maintaining good medical practice • good relationships and communication with patients • good working relationships with colleagues • good teaching and training • professional behaviour and probity • delivery of good acute clinical care. Evidence of achievement of ST1/CT1 competences in a relevant specialty at time of application and likelihood of achieving ST2/CT2 competences in a relevant specialty by the start date of the post (see notes on page 31). Eligibility to work in the UK. Fitness to Applicant’s knowledge is up to date and practise is fit to practise safely Language skills All applicants to have demonstrable skills in written and spoken English that are adequate to enable effective communication about medical topics with patients and colleagues, which could be demonstrated by one of the following: • applicants have undertaken undergraduate medical training in English • applicants have scores in the academic International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or equivalent equal to those required for recruitment to MMC specialty training programmes. If applicants believe that they have adequate communication skills but do not fit into one of the examples they need to provide evidence (see notes on page 31). Health Meets professional health requirements (in line with GMC standards in Good Medical Practice). Application ALL sections of application form FULLY completion completed Clinical skills Acute care safe: up-to-date ALS. ALS instructors (see notes on Relevant specialty clinical knowledge: Certificate page 31) capacity to apply sound clinical Hospital at night team knowledge working/experience or out of relevant to the post. hours experience relevant to the Clinical judgement: experience in job. making clinical decisions and managing risk. Knows when to seek help, able to prioritise clinical need. Practical skills: shows aptitude for practical skills, required in the job. Proven ability to work effectively in different clinical settings required in the job. Specialty Can assess patients for rehabilitation Specialty knowledge specific skills potential Exam related to the Can manage common problems in post rehabilitation as part of multidisciplinary Experience of procedures carried out in rehabilitation teams. Commitment Clinical governance: Capacity to be Demonstrates to clinical alert understanding of the governance/ to dangers or problems. Demonstrates principles of research, improving awareness of good decision making. evidence of relevant quality of Aware academic and research patient care of own limitations. Track record of achievements (see engaging in clinical governance: note on page 32). reporting errors, learning from errors. Teaching: evidence of Audit: evidence of active participation in experience in teaching audit. where required in the job. Communication Effective communication skills: 360º feedback skills demonstrates clarity in written/spoken Patient survey communication and capacity to adapt feedback and language as appropriate to the reflections (see notes situation. on page 32) Empathy and sensitivity: capacity to listen and take in others’ perspectives. Works in partnership with patients: always considers patients preferences when discussing treatment options. Always considers the full impact of clinical decisions on the patients. Practice shared decision making. Directs and supports patients to access the information they need to support decision making Personal skills Team working: demonstrated Leadership skills: experience experience in working in a team, values the other leadership professionals in the team. Managing others and team Demonstrates skills involvement: needed for effective capacity to work co-operatively with delegation within the others and demonstrate leadership team: 360º feedback when Driver with a valid appropriate. Capacity to work license (see notes on effectively in page 32) multi-professional teams. Coping with pressure: capacity to operate under pressure. Demonstrates initiative and resilience to cope with setbacks and adapt to rapidly changing circumstances. Problem solving and decision making: capacity to use logical/lateral thinking to solve problems and make decisions. Organisation and planning: capacity to organise oneself and prioritise own work. Demonstrates punctuality, preparation and self-discipline. Understands importance of information technology. Flexible approach to work: able to adapt and work with employers to deliver improved patient care. Equality and diversity: promotes equality and values diversity Probity Professional integrity and respect for others: capacity to take responsibility for own actions and demonstrate a nonjudgmental approach towards others. Displays honesty, integrity, awareness of confidentiality and ethical issues. Commitment Learning and personal development: Extracurricular to ongoing demonstrates interest in the specialty activities/achievements professional required for the job. Demonstrates a relevant to the job development commitment to maintaining professional skills and knowledge relevant to the job Specialty exams (see (see notes on page 32) notes on page 32). Demonstrates a willingness to fully engage in appraisal. Self-awareness and ability to accept and learn from feedback. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE The conditions of service are those laid down and amended from time to time by the Hospital and Medical & Dental Whitley Council. TYPE OF CONTRACT Permanent GRADE AND SALARY Specialty Doctor £ 36,807 £ 68,638 per annum (pro rata) New Entrants to the NHS will normally commence on the minimum point of the salary scale, (dependent on qualifications and experience). Salary is paid monthly by Bank Credit Transfer. HOURS OF DUTY Full Time 40.00 SUPERANNUATION You have the option to join the NHS Superannuation Scheme, to participate in the State Earnings Related Pension Scheme or to take out a Personal Pension. Employee’s contributions to the NHS Scheme are Tiered based on your earnings and the employers contribution equates to 13.5 % of salary. Employees in the NHS Scheme are “Contracted-out” of the State Earnings Related Pension Scheme and pay a lower rate of National Insurance contributions. Employees who choose to participate in the State Earnings Related Pension Scheme pay the higher rate of National Insurance contribution. A Stakeholder Pension is also available. A Personal Pension is a private arrangement agreed with the pension provider that will be an organisation such as a Bank, Building Society or Insurance Company. REMOVAL EXPENSES Assistance with removal and associated expenses may be given and would be discussed and agreed prior to appointment. EXPENSES OF Candidates who are requested to attend an interview will be given assistance CANDIDATES FOR with appropriate travelling expenses. Re-imbursement shall not normally be APPOINTMENT made to employees who withdraw their application or refuse an offer of appointment. TOBACCO POLICY NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde operate a No Smoking Policy in all premises and grounds. This post is considered to be in the category of “Regulated Work” and DISCLOSURE SCOTLAND therefore requires a Disclosure Scotland Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG) Membership which currently costs £59.00. The cost of the PVG Membership will be initially paid by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and will required to be repaid through a payroll deduction mandate from the successful candidate’s first salary. CONFIRMATION OF NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC) has a legal obligation to ELIGIBILITY TO WORK IN ensure that it’s employees, both EEA and non EEA nationals, are legally THE UK entitled to work in the United Kingdom. Before any person can commence employment within NHS GGC they will need to provide documentation to prove that they are eligible to work in the UK. Non EEA nationals will be required to show evidence that either Entry Clearance or Leave to Remain in the UK has been granted for the work which they are applying to do. Where an individual is subject to immigration control under not circumstances will they be allowed to commence until the right to work in the UK has been verified. ALL applicants regardless of nationality must complete and return the Confirmation of Eligibility to Work in the UK Statement with their completed application form. You will be required provide appropriate documentation prior to any appointment being made. REHABILITATION OF The rehabilitation of Offenders act 1974 allows people who have been OFFENDERS ACT 1974 convicted of certain criminal offences to regard their convictions as “spent” after the lapse of a period of years. However, due to the nature of work for which you are applying this post is exempt from the provisions of Section 4 of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 by virtue of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions Orders 1975 and 1986). Therefore, applicants are required to disclose information about convictions which for other purposes are “spent” under the provision of the act in the event of employment, failure to disclose such convictions could result in dismissal or disciplinary action by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. Any information given will be completely confidential. DISABLED APPLICANTS A disability or health problems does not preclude full consideration for the job and applications from people with disabilities are welcome. All information will be treated as confidential. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde guarantees to interview all applicants with disabilities who meet the minimum criteria for the post. You will note on our application form that we ask for relevant information with regard to your disability. This is simply to ensure that we can assist you, if you are called for interview, to have every opportunity to present your application in full. We may call you to discuss your needs in more detail if you are selected for interview. GENERAL NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde operates flexible staffing arrangements whereby all appointments are to a grade within a department. The duties of an officer may be varied from an initial set of duties to any other set, which are commensurate with the grade of the officer. The enhanced experience resulting from this is considered to be in the best interest of both NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and the individual. EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES The postholder will undertake their duties in strict accordance with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s Equal Opportunities Policy. NOTICE The employment is subject to three months’ notice on either side, subject to appeal against dismissal. MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE In terms of NHS Circular 1989 (PCS) 32 dealing with Medical Negligence the Health Board does not require you to subscribe to a Medical Defence Organisation. Health Board indemnity will cover only Health Board responsibilities. It may, however, be in your interest to subscribe to a defence organisation in order to ensure you are covered for any work, which does not fall within the scope of the indemnity scheme. FURTHER INFORMATION For further information on NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, please visit our website on www.show.scot.nhs.uk View all our vacancies at www.nhsggc.org.uk/medicaljobs Subscribe to our Medical Jobs Vacancy Bulletin Click Here Register for Text Alerts for medical vacancies – email your mobile number and the grade and specialty you are interested in to email@example.com Applicants wishing further information about the post are invited to contact Dr Jacob Benjamin on 01475 505027 with whom visiting arrangements can also be made. HOW TO APPLY To apply for these posts please include your CV and names and addresses of 3 Referees, along with the following documents; (click on the hyperlinks to open) Medical and Dental Application and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form Declaration Form Regarding Fitness to Practice Immigration Questionnaire Alternatively please visit www.nhsggc.org.uk/medicaljobs and click on the “How to Apply” tab to access application for and CV submission information. RETURN OF APPLICATIONS Please return your application by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the recruitment address below; Medical and Dental Recruitment Team NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Recruitment Services 5th Floor, Tara House 46 Bath Street Glasgow G2 1HJ CLOSING DATE The closing Date will be 15 June 2012.
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