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Aktualne oferty pracy dla neurochirurgów i neurologów. Krajowe i zagraniczne. Wolne stanowiska w Oddziałach i Klinikach. Konkursy na Ordynatorów.

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Aktualna oferta dla asystenta w Klinice Neurochirurgii

HCL International is looking for the Trust Grade-Clinical Fellows in Neurosurgery and Neurorehabilitation to work in one of the Trusts based in North East England. This role is available for 6 months initially and good command of English is required. Candidate must be eligible for the Full General Medical Council. For more information, job specification or to apply please contact Monika Cyganek at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or call 00442078618950

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The Trust presently provides the hospital services on 2 separate sites, namely The James Cook University Hospital and the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton.The trust serves a population of approximately 350,000 for local specialities and up to 1,200,000 for an extensive range of sub-regional specialities.  Medical specialities include Cardiology, Respiratory Medicine, Neurology, Gastroenterology, Diabetes and Endocrinology, Nephrology, Haematology, Elderly Care, Genito Urinary Medicine, Oncology, Radiotherapy, Dermatology, Rheumatology and Rehabilitative Medicine.

Surgical specialities include Neurosurgery, Cardiothoracic surgery, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology, Vascular Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Urology, Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery, Maxillofacial, Orthodontic and Dental surgery.  There is also Paediatric and Neonatal Medicine, which are linked with Obstetrics and Gynaecology.  The Trust is a Cancer and Trauma Centre.  The Regional Spinal Injuries Unit provides a comprehensive spinal cord injury service for the North of England (population 3 million).


There are strong links with the Universities of Newcastle and Durham.  The Southern Campus for the University of Durham Medical Schools pre-clinical teaching programme is now located locally in a purpose built campus at Stockton-on-Tees. Since 2002 the Trust has been a University Hospital, teaching and training both pre-clinical and clinical medical undergraduates on site. The Trust has evolved from being a District General Hospital into a fully-fledged teaching centre and is attracting substantial extra resource to provide for teaching and research facilities. A new clinical sciences research facility will be constructed on the James Cook Hospital site in the near future.

There are now 15 clinical professorial posts across the Trust with chairs at the Universities of Durham and Teesside. It is expected that many consultants will soon achieve Clinical Lecturer status in the University of Durham in recognition of their input into undergraduate medical education 


The James Cook University Hospital houses all the district general surgery beds and the medical specialities.  The major Outpatient services for the district provides a wide range of consulting facilities.The Regional Ultrasound School, School of Midwifery and School of Anaesthesia are also on site.Pathology services are provided by the Central Clinical Laboratory.  There are computer links between this laboratory and most wards and departments.A supra-district of the Public Health Laboratory Service and District Bacteriological Service are on site, together with Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy and a large Radiology Department which offers a full range of imaging services.  The Medical Physics Department is on site providing Nuclear Medicine Imaging.The District Postgraduate Centre is based in the Academic Centre which contains an excellent medical library, seminar rooms and a large lecture theatre ideal for demonstration and clinical conferences.


All types of neurosurgical cases are referred to the unit.  Each of the six Consultant Neurosurgeons provides a general neurosurgical service when on call and there is a high degree of subspecialisation within the elective workload. Patients are referred from within James Cook University Hospital and other hospitals within Cleveland, South Durham and the Northern part of Yorkshire region.  The Department has a dedicated Neuroradiology Service with facilities for digital subtraction angiography, CT and MRI and also a dedicated Neurophysiology Sevice.  Ophthalmological and otological referral is readily available.  There are strong working links with the Regional Spinal Injures Service.

 The Consultant neurosurgeons and their specialist interests are:

 Mr F P Nath                Neurovascular, posterior fossa and spinal surgery

Mr S M Marks               Complex spinal surgery, spinal trauma

Mr E J Sinar                Surgery for degenerative spinal disease, spinal trauma

Mr R Strachan             Cervical spine surgery, hydrocephalus, pain management

Professor P J Kane       Intracranial tumour, pituitary tumour

Mr S Tizzard                Complex spinal surgery, spinal trauma

Mr M Prasad              

There is a close liaison with the Department of Neurology with ten consultants:

Dr P Newman, Dr G Young, Dr P McKee, Dr D Bathgate, Dr T Wolf,

Dr Osei-Bonsu, Dr P Reading, Dr J Evans, Dr N Hitiris & Dr D Crompton. 

The Consultant Neuroradiologists are:

Dr N Brady,  Dr J Dervin and Dr R Padmanhaban

The Consultant Neuropathologist is Dr D Scoones

3 Specialist Registrars,

2 ST4 (SpR equivalent)

2 Clinical Fellow (Trust Registrar)

1 CT3

2 CT2/FTSTA2                                     

2 Foundation Programme Year 2



Operating Theatre

There are 17 Neurosurgical lists per week, at which the successful candidate will be expected to attend. It is expected that they should assist the Consultants with major surgery and will be trained to perform all types of neurosurgical procedure under the close guidance of his Consultants

TeachingThe successful candidate in conjunction with the Specialist Registrars is expected to teach their junior colleagues and nurses at all times.  The department also teaches medical students from the University of Durham, Stockton Campus Medical School.  The appointee will be expected to take part in this teaching activity, particularly bedside teaching in the department.


Ward DutiesMost routine work is carried out by the Senior House Officer with whom the Clinical Fellow should work closely. It is an important part of the post holder’s duties to supervise the Senior House Officers. The Specialist Registrars and Clinical Fellows are expected to carry out a daily ward round attended by the 5 ST2/FY2 Doctors and the nurse in charge of the ward.  Consultant ward rounds occur daily although the time is flexible.

Research The Clinical Fellow is expected to participate in audit and research work in the department.

Administrative WorkThe post holder is required to draw up the Senior House Officer duty roster in collaboration with his opposite number in the Medical Neurological Unit. They are also expected to supervise care of patients on the rehabilitation unit (Ward 26).


Time spent in the Neurosurgical department is recognised for the requirements of the final FRCS.  It is important that the Clinical Fellow should keep a formal log of operations performed.The District Postgraduate Centre is based in the Academic Centre which contains an excellent medical library, seminar rooms and a large lecture theatre ideal for demonstration and clinical conferences.A weekly academic session of the Neuroscience Group and other members of hospital staff is held at The James Cook University Hospital. These meetings are of a clinical nature but include neuropathology demonstrations and lectures.


Hospital single or married accommodation may be available.


Because of the nature of this work, the post is exempt from the provisions of Section 4(2) of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (exemptions) Order 1975.  You are therefore not entitled to withhold information about convictions, which for other purposes are “spent” under the provisions of the Act, and, any failure to disclose such convictions could result in disciplinary action by the Authority.  Any information given will be kept in strict confidence and used only in relation to the position in which the order applies.


All staff have a general duty of care towards colleagues, patients and the general public and act in accordance with the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and its associated regulations.


 1                    The Terms and Conditions of Service will be those agreed between the appointee and the Trust Board. At the time of writing these will reflect the Terms and Conditions of Service of Hospital Medical and Dental Staff (England and Wales) and General Whitley Council Conditions of Service, and may be amended from time to time.

2                    The salary scale for the post is within the Whitley Council Scale

3                    The post is for a six-month term and may be extendable to a year subject to a review.

4                    The appointment is subject to a satisfactory medical examination with the Trusts Occupational Health Department.



This hospital is now taking part in a The Hospital @ Night initiative. The post holder will be expected to contribute to any local or national projects which will benefit patient care.


Arrangements to visit the department will be made for shortlisted candidates only.

 This can be arranged by contacting:

Mr P Kane, Chief of Service for Neurosciences on 01642 850850 Ext 55706

Mr Simon Tizzard, Clinical Director Neurosurgery on 01642 850850 Ext 54435


NHS oferta dla konsultanta neurochirurga

Vacancy Details

Job Reference: 160-WM141-SPINAL
Job Title: Consultant (Post 31 October YM72)
Area of Work: Neurosurgery with a special interest in Spinal Surgery
Employer: Walton Centre for Neurology & Neurosurgery NHS Trust
Department: 160 Neurosurgery
Location: Liverpool
Salary: NHS Consultant scale
Job Type:Permanent  
Staff Group:Medical & Dental  
Pay Scheme:Hospital Medical and Dental Staff  
Pay Band:Consultant  
Working pattern:10 Sessions/Week
Closing Date:2/03/2010 




The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust is an integrated Neurosciences Trust, providing one of the most comprehensive ranges of Neuroscience Services in the UK. The Centre serves a population in excess of 3.2 million, from a purpose-built facility that was newly opened in July 1998.
Applications are invited for this replacement Consultant Neurosurgeon post. The appointee will be expected to share in the general Neurosurgical on-call rota (1 in 8).
Applicants must be entered or be eligible for entry onto the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council within 6 months from the interview date.
Informal enquiries are welcome: please contact Mr P R Eldridge, Consultant Neurosurgeon and Clinical Divisional Director for Neurosurgery, Critical Care & Pain. Telephone 0151 529 5675 or Dr TP Enevoldsen, Consultant Neurologist and Medical Director, 0151 529 5533Should you require a reasonable adjustment to our recruitment process please contact a member of the Recruitment Team on 0151 529 6398/6421 at the earliest opportunity to ensure that measures can be put in place to enable your application for this post.

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