Consultant Plastic Surgeon (Upper Limb & Lower Limb Trauma)

The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Consultant Plastic Surgeon (Upper Limb & Lower Limb Trauma)


The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, St Johns, Wakefield

  • Full time
  • Permanent
  • Onsite working

Posted 2 days ago, 15 May | Get your application in today.

Closing date: Closing date not specified

job Ref: 71dd24679f6c456bacdbb3f4154e4aaa

Full Job Description

The Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery are looking to recruit a colleague with an interest in upper limb and lower limb trauma. The successful candidate will joint our current team of fifteen consultants. This is a substantive post., Duties will be based at Mid Yorkshire Hospital Trust The main duties of the posts will include:

Elective Theatre lists day case surgery will take place on the Pinderfields and Pontefract site.

Inpatient and trauma operating we take place on the Pinderfields site.

General on-call duties will be shared between 10 colleagues (1.4PAs)

Weekdays -Monday to Thursday 1 in 11

Weekends 1 in 9

Consultant will take part in consultant of the week covering general trauma 1 in 11 weeks

Supporting Professional Activities in accordance with the Trust Framework, with at least a minimum of 1.5 SPAs included in the core 10PA timetable. Additional SPA or DCC time may be commissioned in line with the skills of the successful candidate and changing requirements of the service.

Examples may include formal teaching responsibilities or departmental leadership roles

Dedicated office space is provided on the Pinderfields site, with access to IT facilities on peripheral sites.

Administrative support is accessible via the Plastic surgery departmental secretaries.

We provide care and support to over a million people in Wakefield and Kirklees in their homes, community settings and across our three hospital sites at Pontefract, Dewsbury and Pinderfields (Wakefield).

Always striving for excellence, we are at the forefront of innovation and research, and we invest in teaching and the development of our workforce.

We live by our values of caring, improving, being respectful and maintaining high standards. We listen and learn because we aim to make Mid Yorkshire the best place to work and receive care.

We value diversity and welcome talent and enthusiasm irrespective of age, disability, neurodivergence, sex, gender identity and gender expression, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation, or other personal circumstances including providing unpaid carers support to someone with a health and care need. As ethnic minority groups, members of the LGBTQ+ community, and people with a disability/neurodivergence are currently under-represented across the organisation, we encourage applications from members of these groups. We have policies and procedures to ensure all applicants are treated fairly and consistently.

We are proud of our staff networks - who offer valuable guidance and feedback from those with lived experience.

We have a clear vision and you could be part of this! If you share our values and you want to make a difference to the lives of our patients and their families and carers, we would love to hear from you.