Tournament Sport Physician Required for Tennis
A Sports Physician is required for the AEGON Classic international women’s tournament taking place at The Edgbaston Priory Club, Edgbaston, Birmingham:- http://www.lta.org.uk/fans-major-events/LTA-summer-grass-court-events/AEGON-Classic/
The tournament runs from Monday 10th to Sunday 16th June inclusive but the Sports Physician will be required for the Qualifying as well (Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June) and to be on site from 1300hrs on Friday 6th June onwards.
Preference will be given to applicants who are based locally but some travel expenses, and accommodation on site, are available if necessary.
This is a WTA (Women’s Tennis Association) event for female international tennis players who are playing on the world tour and the sports physician will only be responsible for the players (there is a separate Crown Doctor employed for this event). The main draw players will be ranked within the world’s top 100, and the event is one of only 54 WTA tournaments staged across the globe.
Applicants must have a post-graduate qualification in Sport and Exercise Medicine and be Fellows or Members of the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine
Applicants must carry appropriate malpractice insurance with Third Party Cover. The Medical Defence Union (MDU) now excludes Third Party Cover from all their policies and this is not acceptable for International events run in association with the LTA. Sports Physicians who are insured by the MDU will not be considered for this post.
Applicants should contact Dr Michael Turner, the LTA Chief Medical Adviser, and forward a current CV and a copy of their current Malpractice Insurance Certificate to –
Details of remuneration, accommodation and travel will be available at that stage.
Dr Michael Turner MB BS, FFSEM
Chief Medical Adviser
Lawn Tennis Association
100 Priory Lane
London SW15 5JQ
Lead Physician required for the Department of Musculoskeletal Medicine Tier II
Salary: £74,505 per annum, pro rata
An opportunity has arisen for a Consultant in MSK and SEM in the Department of Musculoskeletal, Sport and Exercise Medicine. The post offers 8 sessions per week, but there is some flexibility so consideration may be given to applicants who wish to work up to 10 sessions or job-share.
You will be required:-
- To work as the Lead Physican for the Tier 2 Musculoskeletal service within ACE.
- To receive referrals from other health professionals (primarily GP’s) regarding patients with musculoskeletal and/or exercise/activity-related problems.
- To provide a high standard consultation, investigation, diagnosis and treatment service for such patients.
- To communicate with the patients GP.
- To advise the referral and booking service where problems arise triaging patients with musculoskeletal problems.
- To attend meetings as required, relevant to the current and future running of the service.
- To mentor the Extended Scope Physiotherapists within the service.
- To be proactive as regards the development of the service
You will need to maintain spread sheets for audit purposes and record all consultations on Systm1. Secretarial support is provided.
X Ray, MRI, CT, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, Pathology and all usual investigative facilities are available. Facilities for joint and soft tissue injection are also available.
Links with ACE and Colchester Hospital Physiotherapist Services and ACE podiatry service are in place.
You will need to have:-
- Higher qualifications and experience in Sport and Exercise or Musculoskeletal Medicine
- Considerable practical experience in Musculoskeletal Medicine
- The ability to perform joint and soft tissue injections
- The ability to record consultations on an IT system.
For more information please contact Dr Paul Marfleet – 01206 286805 (Monday and Thursday PM and all day Tuesdays and Wednesdays or email email@example.com
To apply for the post or to view the job description visit www.jobs.nhs.uk
Closing date for applications: Friday 15th March 2013
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 27th March 2013
Specialty Training posts in SEM, Specialty Registratar Levels 3 – 6
Applications are invited for Specialty Training posts in Sport and Exercise Medicine Specialty Registrar Levels 3 – 6.
Job Reference: <TBA>
Job Title: ST3- ST6 Specialty Registrar
Area of Work: Sport and Exercise Medicine
Employer: National Health Service (England, Scotland, Wales)
Location1: England, Scotland, Wales
Post Numbers2: to be confirmed
Salary: For more information, go to: http://www.nhsemployers.org/PayAndContracts
Length of Post: 1 to 4 years dependent on entry level (subject to satisfactory progression)
Staff Group: Medical
Pay Scheme: Hospital Medical and Dental Staff
Pay Band: Specialty Registrar
|Qualifications required3: Essential – MBBS or equivalent medical qualification; CT/ST 1&2 competences;
For physician applicants, MRCP(UK) Part 1 or equivalent at time of application and MRCP(UK) full diploma or equivalent by 7th August 2013
Desirable – MRCP (UK), MRCGP (or nMRCGP) or equivalent;
Sport & Exercise Medicine specific qualification eg MSc or PGDip;
Intercalated BSc or equivalent;
Higher degrees including MSc, PhD or MD (where research thesis not part of first medical degree)
Professional registration required4: GMC registration and license to practice by start date of post
Outcome of Satisfactory Progression: Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) or of Eligibility for Specialist Register (CESR)
Deadline for Submission of Applications: 20th March 2013 at 9am
Vacancies available from5: August 2013. Posts with start dates up to 31 December 2013 can be included in this Round
1 Candidates will apply to ST3 Sport and Exercise Medicine posts nationally via East Midlands Deanery. Information on specific post locations/rotations will be made available and eligible candidates given the opportunity to specify their programme preferences during the recruitment process.
2 The number of vacancies for each deanery/UoA can be viewed here: http://www.eastmidlandsdeanery.nhs.uk; please note that not all deaneries may have posts available. Please be aware also that vacancy numbers can and do change throughout the recruitment round, so this webpage will only reflect post numbers at that particular point in time.
3 For more information on the qualifications required please see the 2013 sport and exercise medicine person specification at the following link:
4 Candidates are only required to demonstrate their eligibility for GMC registration & licensing at time of application; but must be both fully registered with and licensed by the GMC before the post start date.
5 Please note that start dates will vary between different posts within the specialty. Round 1 post start dates can be between 7 August and 31 December 2013.
Applications are invited for Specialty Training posts in Sport and Exercise Medicine –
Specialty Registrar Levels 3 – 6.
East Midlands Healthcare Workforce Deanery is the Lead Deanery for recruitment to this specialty and will be recruiting to vacancies on behalf of all participating deaneries.
There will be vacancies for full ST3-6 four year programmes and for CESR (Top-up trainees) or Combined CESR (CESR CP) candidates. You should state in your application whether you are applying for 1, 2, 3 or 4 years of training. Please note some deaneries will appoint applicants at ST3 level only. Applications will be restricted to those candidates who meet the eligibility and entry criteria as outlined in the person specification and the MMC Applicant Guidance.
All applications for this post must be submitted via the Intrepid Pathway website – https://secure.intrepidonline.co.uk/PATHWAY2013. We will accept applications from the opening date/time of 9.00am on 28th February until the closing date/time of 9.00 am on 20th March 2013. It will not be possible to submit an application after this date/time. Applications will only be accepted if submitted electronically and online via Intrepid Pathway
All candidates will need to hold full GMC registration and a license to practice at the time of appointment.
Doctors whose employment will require Tier 2 sponsorship, and who are subject to the Resident Labour Market Test (RLMT), may apply but can only be offered employment if there are no suitable candidates whose employment is not subject to the RLMT.
[Please note – RLMT-subject candidates requiring Tier 2 sponsorship can only be assigned a certificate of sponsorship within six months of this advert’s publication.]
All candidates will need to provide evidence of their immigration status. Normally this will consist of a passport (date-stamped where necessary) and accompanying letter from the Home Office. Please visit http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk for more information.
All training programmes are equally open to those who may, either from the outset or subsequently wish to train part-time (flexible training), if eligible, or job share.
In the event of further training opportunities becoming available in this specialty shortlisted candidates may also be considered for these posts.
Please note that the vacancies advertised are indicative and may be subject to change prior to interview.
East Midlands Healthcare Workforce Deanery is committed to preventing discrimination and promoting equality. All our hospitals are working towards Equal Opportunities with flexible working practices. We aim to ensure that no employee or job applicant receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of their age, colour, race, nationality or ethnic origin, religion or similar belief, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, trade union membership (or non-membership) or political affiliation.
The position you have applied for has been identified as a regulated or controlled activity within the terms of the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act (2006), and is eligible for a Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check under the provisions of the Police Act 1997 (Criminal Records) regulations (as amended).
Before you can be considered for appointment in a position of trust as a trainee in this position, your employer must be satisfied about your character and suitability.