In addition to providing regular RMO rotations to our clients, a number are looking for something a bit more specific. Details of these opportunities can be found below.
Registrars in General Medicine
£50,748, based on an average 42 hour working week
NES Healthcare is recruiting a number of Registrar-level (or equivalent) doctors in General Medicine to provide high-quality patient care at a busy NHS hospital in the south-east of England.
Applicants must have at least 36 months’ recent experience in the relevant specialties and be eligible for full GMC registration. MRCP Part 1 (UK) or equivalent would be advantageous. Benefits will include on-duty accommodation and insurance.
NES Healthcare is a Designated Body for Appraisals and Revalidation.
Opportunities throughout the UK
From £45,552 per annum
NES is currently recruiting Psychiatric RMOs for a prestigious client with sites all across the UK.
Applicants should have previous experience of working with psychiatric patients and be eligible for full GMC registration in the UK.
Please contact us for further details on rotations and locations.
ICU Medical Officer
£53,784 to £100,512 per annum
A number of our client hospitals require us to engage doctors with ICU and/or Anaesthetic skills and experience.
These positions either involve a combination of ward work and dedicated ICU, or are solely based within an ICU. Typically these hospitals are looking to increase the number of complex cases that they can admit, and in order to do so are providing a level of expertise within their ICU environment that will provide maximum consultant confidence.
Rotations can vary from week on week off (1:1) to 12 hour shifts.
A minimum of 12 months' experience within ICU and/or Anaesthesia is an essential requirement for these positions, and in many cases 6 months' recent exposure to paediatric patients is a distinct advantage.
Oncology Medical Officer
£41,592 per annum
NES is recruiting for doctors to work at a highly-regarded oncology clinic in London.
Prior experience in oncology is essential and a desire to specialise in this area would be a distinct advantage.