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Vacancy / Clinical Radiology

Vacancy ID: LASE/17-18/PWY/0099108699/080-5-R2A 
Training Programme: CLINICAL RADIOLOGY
Staff group: Medical
Grade (Places): ST5 (2)
Post type: Sub Specialty
Post commencing from:
October 2017 
Recruitment lead: London and the South East Recruitment Office
Recruiting for: London and the South East Recruitment
Recruitment model:
Regionally Led and Operated 
Opening date: Tuesday 20 June 2017 16:00
Closing date: Tuesday 18 July 2017 16:00
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Sub-specialty Training Placement in Clinical Radiology ST5+

Applications are invited for appointment to Sub-Specialty Training Placements on the Specialist Registrar Training Programme in Clinical Radiology in London. One post is available, each at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

Please note that the posts advertised are Interventional Radiology posts.

Please be reminded that your OOPT should be discussed with your TPD in advance.

The duration of the post is for 2 years if a successful candidate starts at ST5 level. If a successful candidate starts at ST6 level, the duration will be for one year, subject to satisfactory progression.

Please be aware, if you are applying from an HE region other than HE NWL, HE NCEL or HE SL, you will need to formally apply for an OOPT from your host region/current TPD and get approval in order to train in these posts, you will also need to bring your NTN with you. If you are invited to interview, you will need to bring a letter supporting the period of OOPT from your host region/current TPD. Final completed paper work must be submitted within a month of posts being offered, failure to do this may result in your offer being withdrawn.

A National Training Number (NTN) is not available for this placement.

All applicants should be eligible for registration with the GMC.

This is for completion of acquiring competences in Interventional Radiology.

Reasonable adjustments and Guaranteed Interview Scheme

For more information regarding reasonable adjustments and guaranteed interview scheme please refer the link: http://www.lpmde.ac.uk/laserecruitment/confidential-enquiries

Eligibility Criteria for recruitment to Specialty Training  – Immigration Requirements

Health Education England (HEE) is responsible for the sponsorship of Medical and Dental trainees for their Tier 2 visa application in England.  Health Education West Midlands administers the process on behalf of HEE. For more information please visit their website, as well as the Applicant Handbook which can be found on the Oriel Resource Bank.

Evidence of immigration status should normally consist of a biometric residence card, date stamped passport, and accompanying letter from the Home Office. Please visit their website for more information.

Key dates & information

Interview dates:  16 August 2017
Interview venue: London Events Centre, 32 Russell Square, WC1B5DN

Posts commence from: 4th October 2017

Interview process

Document checking: A list of documents required for interview is available on the interview pages of the website.

Length of interview: 30 minutes.

Interview structure: A two-station interview covering different criteria from the person specification and will last for 15 minutes each.

Contacts / Enquiries

During the recruitment episode please visit the recruitment system FAQ section

For any queries that cannot be answered by the methods above please contact: Applicant Enquiries.

 If you have made a positive declaration in the FTP section, you must e-mail fitnesstopractise@southlondon.hee.nhs.uk by the close of the application window.  Please refer to the supplementary FTP guide for the information you must include. Failure to e-mail the outlined information by the close of application may result in your application being withdrawn.

Programmes

Programmes will be confirmed directly with the candidate by the appropriate LETB should applicants be successful at interview.

Indicative number of posts available

2

Please note that post numbers and post information are subject to change.

Please note that there is currently an agreement between the three Health Education London regions and their neighbouring regions of Health Education East of England and Health Education Kent Surrey and Sussex, which may mean that applicants are placed into a neighbouring region in order to fulfil the requirements of their training programme. The number of trainees that this involves is small, but significant enough that applicants should be aware of this when selecting programmes.

Please note that there is currently an agreement between Health Education Kent Surrey and Sussex and the three Health Education London regions, which may mean that applicants are placed into a London post in order to fulfil the requirements of their training programme. The number of trainees that this involves is small, but significant enough that applicants should be aware of this when selecting programmes. Successful applicants will remain KSS managed trainees during time spent out of region.