11th August 2011

Applications are invited for the above post, to commence in January 2012. The post will be available for a period of 12 months in the first instance. 
This post will be based on the Warrell Unit, situated within the newly built St Mary’s Hospital. The Warrell Unit provides clinical assessment and treatment of women with lower urinary tract dysfunction, prolapse and associated problems including incontinence. Surgical treatment of urinary incontinence and prolapse, including minimally invasive surgery has been researched and developed in the Unit.
St Mary’s Hospital, a large teaching hospital which provides both secondary level care for its local population and tertiary level care for women across the North West of England.

Whilst this post is not recognised for training, depending on the expectations of the appointee, we will endeavour to meet training needs. Individual doctors should discuss these with their supervising Consultant/Educational Supervisor.

It is anticipated that the post holders will work at a level equivalent to that of the ST3-7 trainee and there may be opportunities to take part in the on call rota. Applicants should have ideally at least 4 years experience in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, including at least six months experience within the NHS in the UK or equivalent health care system. MRCOG Part 2 is essential.

Informal enquires should be directed to Dr ARB Smith, Consultant Urogynaecologist via Caroline Boston 0161 276 6201.

Your application will not be considered if you have not fully completed an Application Form. You can also download a job description and Application Form by visiting our website
You can download job description here.
Salary £35,596 per annum
Please quote the reference number in all correspondence.
This role may be suitable for non-UK or non-EEA job applicants wishing to apply for Home Office Tier 2 sponsorship.
The successful candidate may be required to apply for an enhanced Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure.
Closing date for applications – Tuesday 6th September 2011

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