Full-Time EMERGENCY MEDICINE INTERNATIONAL TRAINEES
Health Education England is currently working with a number of NHS Trusts throughout England to assist in the recruitment of Emergency Medicine doctors at registrar level although applications from Consultants in Emergency Medicine are also encouraged.
To be considered for these roles, applicants will require MBBS or equivalent medical qualification suitable for professional registration with the General Medical Council (GMC), and additionally possess at least one of the following qualifications:
- MRCEM Part B or FRCEM Intermediate
- Any additional postgraduate examinations
- FRCEM Primary (or MRCEM Part A after August 2012)
- FRCEM Intermediate SAQ (or MRCEM part B after August 2012)
- FRCEM Intermediate SJP (or MRCEM obtained prior to August 2018)
While these qualifications are highly desirable, applicants with qualifications and experience equivalent to the above are also eligible to apply. We would be particularly interested in applications from current emergency medicine trainees or advanced trainees from Australia, New Zealand and Singapore eager to gain experience in an NHS setting. Such positions would be eligible for credit to your current training programme if required.
Evidence of the ability to communicate with patients, colleagues and staff at all levels.
Successful candidates will be provided an opportunity to experience specialty training and development in the UK’s National Health Service (NHS). They will receive training at Specialty Training Year 3 level or above, supervised by a qualified NHS consultant. The training plan is usually tailored to suit their educational objectives to help them to work towards attainment of competences relevant to their level of training to support their continued career development and progression.
Candidates shall be able to receive additional financial funding, subject to contract and written agreement, to support their move to England totalling more than £10,000. This includes assistance for the cost of a Tier 2 visa, £7,000 towards relocation costs and up to £2000 towards the first three months’ cost of accommodation rental.
Successful candidates will be allocated a named educational supervisor for the tenure of their post who will meet regularly to agree and review short and longer-term goals and personal development needs.
How to ApplyTo apply, or to request further information about the Emergency Medicine International Training programme, please submit an application via this site. If you prefer, you can visit this page and submit an enquiry - we'll certainly get back to you and answer any questions you may have.
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