£84,559 – £114,003 a year
Full Job Description
SHYPS is a newly formed pathology network that has been formed from two services operated by the York & Scarborough Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (YSTHFT) and Hull Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust (HUTH). It is a clinically led service that incorporates a range of laboratory disciplines across 4 acute hospital sites and covers numerous community, specialist and primary care facilities across a wide geography.
The department in Hull Royal Infirmary operates a subspecialist system of reporting serviced by teams of consultants. We invite applications from newly qualified consultants and those in their mid careers looking for the opportunity to develop their subspecialist interests in more than one area. All areas of expertise will be considered. We can accommodate a combination of specialist interests in gynaecological, gastrointestinal (including pancreas), skin, head and neck, breast and urological pathology and non-gynaecological cytology.
The department has successfully introduced an in-house molecular testing service to support lung cancer, colorectal cancer and melanoma diagnostic pathways and have a strong dissection team supporting all of the specialties.
SHYPS is in partnership with the National Pathology Imaging Co-operative (NPIC) and seeks to implement and deploy digital pathology in the very near future.
The department supports working from home and hopes to offer even greater flexibility in the future.
York & Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides a comprehensive range of acute hospital, community & specialist healthcare services for approximately 800,000 people in & around York, North & East Yorkshire & Ryedale.
Our mission is to be a valued & trusted partner within our care system, delivering safe effective care to the population we serve.
We’re situated in a fantastic part of the country: home to two national parks, a beautiful coastline, & the city of York, which is consistently voted one of the best to live in the UK. The area around Hull has some of Britain’s most impressive and attractive countryside, with a great many places of natural beauty and historic interest.
It’s our privilege to be the largest provider of healthcare in the region & we are incredibly proud of our 8,500 staff, working across 9 hospital sites, supporting safe, high quality patient-centred care on a day-to-day basis.
In joining the Trust, you will have access to a wide range of staff benefits. There is also a competitive relocation package of up to £6,000. To support your learning & development you will be entitled to a study leave budget of £3,000 across three years, along with support from our learning & development team. The Trust also offers an extra 2 days annual leave for consultants on top of the existing allowance as detailed in the 2008 – Consultant Terms and Conditions.
The principle duty of this post is to provide a comprehensive clinical service to patients from and around Hull.
- To, at all times, comply with the GMC requirements of Duties of a Doctor.
- To ensure that patient confidentiality is maintained at all times.
- To undertake duties as defined within the attached job plan in so far as practicable and in agreement with your Lead Clinician.
- To be responsible and managerially accountable for the reasonable and effective use of any Trust resources that you use and influence, and professionally accountable to the Medical Director.
- On commencement to ensure personal attendance at the Trust’s Corporate Induction.
- To participate in the Trust’s statutory and mandatory training programme.
- To fully participate in the Consultant Peer Support Scheme and ensure personal attendance, when invited, at the Consultant Development Programme during your first year in post.
- To be responsible for the clinical management of in and out patients under your care.
- To facilitate research and ensure that all IP rights of the Trust are observed where applicable.
Applicants are required to possess the FRCPath (or equivalent qualification) and have CCT or be within 6 months of obtaining this. The posts are suitable for applicants wishing to work full-time or part-time.
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Our Trust continues to strongly encourage our staff to be vaccinated against COVID19, this remains our best defence to protect our patients, ourselves and everyone else.
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We are holders of the Gold Award from the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme, which is helping actively promote SaBRE – Supporting Britain’s Reservists and Employers. This means that York Teaching Hospital has provided its statement of intent to support all Defence personnel and we welcome their application to work for us.
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The Trust is committed to meeting the needs of employees and applicants with a disability or mental health condition. Our support for these schemes includes encouraging applications from people who are disabled or have a mental health condition, offering adjustments to make our application process accessible.