Exciting Opportunity in Worthing ED

Exciting Opportunity in Worthing ED

Really excited to tell you about an opportunity to apply for a clinical fellow role in our Emergency Department with a specialist interest in Point of Care Emergency Ultrasound. This role has been developed by our current (and 1st) fantastic ultrasound fellow, who has worked with our resident Ultrasound guru, Dr. Shaun Pitt, to develop his clinical point of care ultrasound skills. Over the last 4 months our fellow has developed a log book of clinical experience and is now ready to be signed off as USS Level 1 competent; a great tick on his CV for upcoming ACCS applications. 

We are now have the opportunity to offer this role to another motivated doctor(s) who would like to join our team, experience working in an ED that, although challenged by 'winter pressures' ,continues to function well and does not suffer to the same degree the significant exit block experienced by many other trusts. We are proud of the team we have at Worthing, embrace and value our flat hierarchy, and strive to make all our posts as enjoyable and educationally valuable as possible. In fact, during a recent clinical supervision meeting with one of my trainees, I was told that he had loved his placement and really looked forward to coming to work; quite an accolade given he has been working in the department during one of the NHS's most challenging periods on record.

This role would suit someone in their first year post foundation training or someone with significantly more experience; we can tailor to the individual and are keen to talk with anyone who might be interested in applying. And if this isn't the role for you now, but you know someone who might be interested, please share!

Quick on the link below to read the job Description and apply. Closing date 15th April. 

Click here for JD and to apply

Please contact myself , Shaun Pitt, or Jon Burton to discuss further or arrange to visit the department. 

sarah.hall@wsht.nhs.uk

jonathan.burton@wsht.nhs.uk

shaun.pitt@wsht.nhs.uk