- NHS Medical & Dental: Consultant
- Full time: 10PA's
- King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Kings College Hospital
- Denmark Hill
- £82,022 - £109,830 Per Annum, Inc. London Weighting
- 02/08/2020 23:59
Consultant in Clinical Neurophysiology with extensive experience in intraoperative neuro monitoring
King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of the UK’s largest and busiest teaching hospitals with over 1.5 million patient contacts a year and more than 13,000 staff based across five main sites in South East London and Kent.
The Trust provides a full range of local hospital services across its different sites, and specialist services from King’s College Hospital (KCH) site in Camberwell and the Princess Royal University Hospital (PRUH) site in Bromley, Orpington Hospital, and some services at Beckenham Beacon and Queen Mary’s Sidcup.
The Trust is recognised internationally for its work in liver disease and transplantation, neurosciences, cardiac, haemato-oncology, fetal medicine, stroke, major trauma, and Emergency Department.
King’s is a key partner in one of London's foremost Academic Health Science Centres, King's Health Partners (KHP). KHP is one of only six Department of Health-designated AHSCs in England. It brings together a world-leading research-led university – King’s College London – and three successful NHS Foundation Trusts: King’s College Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’, and South London and Maudsley.
This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of our dedicated workforce and join one of the largest and most successful Foundation Trusts in the UK with an international reputation for innovation and the desire to make a difference.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Consultant in Clinical Neurophysiology with extensive experience in intraoperative neuro monitoring to join the Department of Neurosciences at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
The Neurosciences department at King’s College Hospital is one of the largest Regional Neuroscience Units in the UK and the appointee to this post will work closely with the existing neurophysiology and neurosurgery teams in a intraoperative neuro monitoring capacity across all neurosurgical sub specialities represented in the department including complex spine, pituitary, neurotrauma, skull base, neuro-oncology, DBS, epilepsy and paediatric neurosurgery.
The post holder should already have extensive experience in intraoperative neuro monitoring and be willing to devote at least 80% of their clinical time to working on intraoperative neuro monitoring. They will have a proven track record of intraoperative monitoring at a consultant level and be willing to work closely as part of neurosurgery to further development the already well established intraoperative neuro monitoring internal service, clinically, academically and in terms of governance. Being a very busy service it is essential that the successful candidates have the energy and flexibility to integrate within a busy and thriving neurosciences department.
You must be fully registered with the GMC and hold a Licence to Practice and be on the Specialist Register, or within six months of attaining your CCT or equivalent to be eligible for interview.
The postholder will have regular contact with vulnerable adults and/or children (0-18 years), therefore this post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975, and as such, it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service to check for any previous criminal convictions.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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