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- 10 PA's
- Conquest Hospital with Cross site working
- £76,761.00-£103,490.00 per annum
- 09/03/2018 23:59
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust provides NHS hospital and community services throughout East Sussex. We provide our services at two district general hospitals, Conquest Hospital and Eastbourne District General Hospital, community hospitals in Bexhill, Crowborough, Lewes, Rye and Uckfield and a number of clinics and health centres, GP surgeries, schools and in people’s homes.
The Trust is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to the improving working lives of all our staff. A wide range of staff benefits are available to staff and these include: staff development, pension scheme, on-site nurseries within the acute hospitals, access to sports and social clubs, staff restaurants, on-site accommodation, staff gymnasiums, squash and tennis court plus heated outdoor swimming pool (Eastbourne only), staff lottery.
Please download the Recruitment Information Leaflet for guidance on making a successful application
Consultant Neurologist – Eastbourne District General Hospital & Conquest Hospital – Cross Site
Applications are invited for a replacement Consultant Neurologist (in East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust.
The post holder will be part of a multidisciplinary team of 3 other neurologists and specialist nurses in Parkinson's Disease and Multiple sclerosis. The appointee will be encouraged to develop a subspecialty interest, and will be primarily based at Eastbourne District General Hospital. The neurology service is linked to the regional Neurosciences Centre at Haywards Heath, where there are weekly academic meetings.
There is an option to take part in the acute neurology on-call rota for the regional centre.
Applicants must have full GMC registration and be within 6 months of gaining CCT at time of interview or on the Specialist Register.
10 reasons why you should live and work in Sussex
1. Its natural beauty Sussex has some fantastic natural features such as the medieval heathland and forests of the High Weald and the Seven Sisters National Park
2. Its beaches and harbours Hastings still boasts the largest beach-launched fishing fleet in Europe, as well as the UK’s steepest funicular. Camber Sands is a magnet for kitesurfers and windsurfers. Meanwhile, Eastbourne offers a traditional Victorian seafront combined with the Sovereign Harbour marina.
3. Places to stay There’s a rich array of accommodation options, ranging from the five star Grand Hotel on Eastbourne seafront to quaint B&Bs set amid beautiful Sussex countryside. There are doctors’ accommodations at the Eastbourne site.
4. Its weather Often referred to as ‘The Sunshine Coast’, both Eastbourne and Hastings regularly top the UK list for locations that enjoy the most hours of sunshine.
5. Birthplace of English History The legacy of the Battle of Hastings still colours 1066 country, and the remains of William the Conqueror’s first English castle still stand today.
6. Its travel connections London is just over one and a half hours away by car or train, whilst Gatwick Airport, Eurostar and regular ferry crossings allow easy access to mainland Europe.
7. Its White Cliffs coastline The stunning and world famous White Cliff coastline includes the iconic Beachy Head and The Seven Sisters, as well as Seaford Head and Hope Gap.
8. Its places of cultural interest East Sussex offers a rich array of culture, from the modernist De La Warr Pavillion in Bexhill, to the cosmopolitan, vibrant and colourful city of Brighton.
9. Its open spaces Explore the beautiful South Downs Way, 1066 Country Walk, The Weald Way and the picturesque villages of Alfriston, Lewes, Rye, Heathfield and Burwash.
10. Its festivals To name but a few, these include the Lewes Bonfire Celebrations, Hastings Pirate Day, Eastbourne’s Airbourne International Airshow and Brighton Pride.
Interviews: Thursday 31st May 2018
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Further details / informal visits contact
For further information please contact Dr M Chowdhury, Consultant Neurologist 01424 755255 Ext 6447’.
If you have problems applying, contact
- 01323 417400 (3825)