Gibraltar Health Authority
Vacancies for Non-Consultant Doctor in General Medicine &
Resident Medical Officer in General Surgery & Orthopaedics & Trauma
Gibraltar is located at the mouth of the Mediterranean with easy access to the South of Spain and Morocco, as a British Overseas Territory, English is the main language with Spanish widely spoken. These posts give an opportunity for enthusiastic Junior Doctors to develop their skills in a relaxed, friendly environment whilst enjoying the benefits of the Mediterranean climate and surrounding amenities.
Applications are invited from Registrars and experienced SHOs for appointment to the below mentioned vacancies within the GHA. The Gibraltar Health Service is organised and modelled on UK NHS and follows traditions of British medical practice. It would be advantageous for applicants to be registered with the UK General Medical Council, with a licence to practice. Non-native English speakers must have a good command of English.
Non- Consultant Hospital Doctor (NCHD) in General Medicine (for commencement approximately in December 2018)
Applicants for the above post must have a minimum of three years’ experience in acute general medicine and related medical subspecialties, including coronary care. MRCP would be an advantage. Medical NCHD’s are resident on-call 1 in 6 and supported by five Consultant Physicians and resident intensivists. Candidates are expected to be competent in dealing with acute medical emergencies when on-call. Further information on the post is available from Dr Gareth Latin, Consultant Physician & Clinical Director in Medicine on Tel + 00350 20072266 ext. 2240 / 2245 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Resident Medical Officer (RMO) in General Surgery (for commencement February 2019)
The Surgical RMO will work closely with the Surgical Consultants and their team. This will provide exposure to a wide variety of general surgery conditions and their treatment, allowing active participation in the operating theatre and clinics. RMOs form part of a 1 in 6 resident on call rota, in cross cover with Orthopaedics and Trauma, ENT, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics and experience in any of the specialities we be advantageous. Further information on the post is available from Mr Alfonso Antequera, Consultant General Surgeon: email@example.com
Resident Medical Officer (RMO) in Orthopaedic & Trauma (for commencement February 2019)
The Orthopaedics & Trauma RMO will work closely with the Orthopaedics & Trauma Consultants and their team. This will provide exposure to a wide variety of orthopaedic & trauma conditions and their treatment, allowing active participation in the operating theatre and clinics. RMOs form part of a 1 in 6 resident on call rota, in cross cover with General Surgery, ENT, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatric and experience in any of the specialities would be advantageous. Further information on the post is available from Mr Thomas Boerger, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon: firstname.lastname@example.org
This appointment will be on contract terms for a maximum period of 12 months and may be renewed conditional on satisfactory completion of the term of service and the circumstances prevailing within the department at the time.
The total value of salary package is up to £100,000. This is dependent on years of reckonable service as Senior House Officer or equivalent and inclusive of an out of hours supplement. In addition, economy class air-fares from the UK are payable in full and rented accommodation is subsidised, where the maximum amount per month is dependable on family composition.
Non-EU nationals should note that a Schengen Visa is required in order to be able to transit through Europe. This is obtained from the applicant’s place of residence. Please note that Schengen Visas cannot be obtained through Gibraltar.
Application Packs may be obtained from the Human Resources Department, Gibraltar Health Authority, St Bernard’s Hospital, Gibraltar Tel: + (350) 20072266 ext. 2084 / 2079, or email: email@example.com
Closing Date: Monday 29th October 2018
* Please note that St Bernard’s Hospital is not a teaching hospital