CLP UK are currently looking for an experienced Locum Registrar in A&E to take up a full rota slot immediately for a minimum of 2 months. Rota will include days, nights, weekends and on calls as per typical slot.
The doctor must have UK ST3+ level experience and hold ALS.
This role is based in Northern Ireland and situated about 45mins from the international airport. The Trust also have very affordable onsite accommodation to use if needed.
The hourly pay rates are very competitive and we can pay via one of our umbrella company options for ease.
Please get in contact with me ASAP to apply or to refer a colleague – [email protected] or 07584147653.
GMC Licence to Practice
Right to Work in the UK
DBS Certificate / Overseas police checks
Minimum 3-4 years A&E experience – ideally ST3 or higher
Advanced Life Support Certification
We can assist with updating your compliance, planning travel and accommodation, providing mandatory training/CPD courses and we are also a designated body with the GMC offering services for appraisal and revalidation.
For more information on this role please contact FIONA MURPHY on 07584 147653 or email [email protected] with your availability and CV documents for immediate consideration.
To refer a colleague please visit our website here https://www.riglocums.com/doctor-jobs/refer-a-candidate/ or contact me directly – you can obtain referral bonus of up to £300 per referral!
CPL UK Health work with NHS Trusts all over the UK, alongside many private hospitals, and as a framework supplier we have access to jobs nationwide as soon as they are needed. Here at CPL we like to get doctors on board as early as possible prior to their available period so they can complete registration in good time – this in turn allows the doctor to accept their perfect locum offer without delay.
The benefits of working with CPL UK;
· Approved NHS Framework Supplier
· Weekly Payroll
· CPD training provided including BLS
· Expert Recruiters working solely in one Specialty
· Designated Body for the GMC
· Excellent referral schemes