Note: If you wish to apply to these psots please make sure to read the details and see if you fall under the criteria described. Also note that all UK based medical offers are exclusive to Doctors Abroad Ltd. More about our UK job is here or in our Blog.
Please have a look at the original offer here: http://doctorsabroad.hu/eng.uk.rmo.html
The candidate for RMO or Registrar post should hold the following:
- GMC registration or GMC registration process started
- Medical diploma and at least 2,5 years medical experience
- hold excellent English skills
The following are advantage and should be done during the recruitment process:
- should hold valid ALS/ACLS certification
- Occupational Health Clearance (blood tests and CXR)
- 2x references
- Copy of passport
- Copy of Diploma and translation
- Copy of Specialization and translation (if required)
Additional information based on specialties
General medicine: 2 or more yrs experience on registrar level (Degree plus Internship plus 3 or more yrs medicine experience.
Neurology: 2 or more yrs experience on registrar level (Degree plus Internship plus 2 or more yrs medicine experience plus 2 or more yrs neurology experience)
Gastroenterology: 2 or more yrs experience on registrar level (Degree plus Internship plus 2 or more yrs medicine experience plus 2 or more yrs gastroenterology experience)
Elderly care: 2 yrs or more yrs experience on registrar level (Degree plus Internship plus 2 or more yrs medicine experience plus 2 or more yrs elderly care experience)
A&E: 2 yrs or more yrs experience on registrar level (Degree plus Internship plus 4 or more yrs A&E)
ICU Doctors: 2 yrs or more yrs experience on registrar level (Degree plus Internship plus 4 or more yrs ICU). These ICU doctors will work in ICU’s in hospitals where there is also a ward RMO supplied. At times when there is little or no work in the ICU, the doctors are expected to assist the ward RMOs
ABOUT THE JOB
Our jobs are RMO or registrar job which operate in the following order.
|Week One||Week Two||Week Three||Week Four|
|Day Shifts8am to 8pm||Doctor A||Doctor C||Doctor B||Doctor D|
|Night Shifts8pm to 8am||Doctor B||Doctor D||Doctor A||Doctor C|
Most doctors sign 6 month contracts, as 6 month is the minimum.
Accommodation varies, but all help available from our UK partner.
Salary: start from 25 GBP/hour and varies on the basis of positions, prior experience.
Other: Our UK partner will assist doctors with opening a bank accounts, enrolling in their pension fund, reimbursing GMC registration fees and providing food and accommodation whilst the doctor is on duty.
HOW TO CONTINUE? (STEPS)
STEP 1: Fill out our CV Template as detailed as possible and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you already have the above written documents (such as GMC registration number, Occupational Health documents, translated documents) please also attach these to your mail.
STEP 2: We will asses your CV and will ask you if any correction is needed. Otherwise your CV will be forwarded to our partner in the UK.
STEP 3: Skype interview with the UK partner, where they will test your English knowledge measuring spoken skills.
STEP 4: After passing step you will be asked to do a Medical English Test (this will be sent to them via email). The recruitment consultant will be sent the doctors result.
STEP 5: After advancing on STEP 4 a clinical skype interview will be conducted.
FINAL STEP: After approval all contractual steps will be arranged for the placement of the doctor.
If you have any further questions let us know by sending an e-mail to email@example.com Please note: If you are interested in the offer you should start by proceeding with STEP 1.
Just a quick wiki on RMO jobs.
RMO (Resident Medical Officer) jobs Salary: 49,500 – 60,000 British Pounds
Opportunities available throughout the UK
The Resident Medical Officer (RMO) plays a crucial role within the Independent Healthcare Sector.
With consultants working as Independent Practitioners, the hospital is dependent upon the presence of the RMO to provide continuous qualified patient care. RMOs will typically work primarily with the surgical inpatients, conducting regular ward rounds and ensuring that all patients are well looked after. Any changes in a patient’s condition are reported to the consultant and their direction is followed in respect of further treatment.
The RMO is the designated resuscitation team leader in the event of a cardiac arrest, and for this reason all doctors are required to obtain and maintain their adult and paediatric resuscitation certificates. In addition to this, our Company runs annual refresher courses and the hospitals conduct regular scenarios.
The minimum requirement for an applicant to the RMO position is 2 years’ post-registration experience, which will include a mixture of medicine and surgery. Many hospitals admit paediatric patients, and for this we require doctors working in these facilities to have a minimum of 6 months’ exposure to paediatric patients within the last few years. Such experience can significantly help a doctor to increase their potential job opportunities.