Following successful investment in refurbishing the Ophthalmology Unit and expanding the workforce, an exciting opportunity has arisen for 2 new Associate Specialists to join the Ophthalmology Unit at Royal Bolton Hospital.
With an already strong and diverse medical workforce of 11 Ophthalmology Consultants and 5 Associate Specialist Doctors, you will be joining a forward thinking, dynamic and inclusive team.
The Ophthalmology unit offers a wide range of services, ranging from retinal, glaucoma, diabetes, occuloplastic, corneal, cataract, general, emergency services and ocular motility.
The unit provides training to Junior Doctors and strives to be part of Research, Innovation and Quality Improvement.
As these are new posts, we are able to be flexible to meet the needs of the right candidates. Having a good work / life balance is a priority and working in new ways is encouraged.
The Post is for 10 PAs but this is negotiable for the right candidate. All areas of specialist interest in Ophthalmology are welcome.
These are both permanent posts within the Unit
For further information on what is required / expected please refer to the Job Description and Person Specification
The post you are applying for will be subject to a DBS Check that is satisfactory and all other pre-employment checks that are required by the Trust.
Shortlisting details and interview arrangements will be communicated via email therefore please ensure you check your email account regularly following the closing date.
This advert closes on Friday 24 Jul 2020
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