Vacancy for a General Practitioner

Role: General Practitioner

Location: University of Bristol – Students’ Health Service

Working Patern: Part time

Salary: £84,493 per annum (pro rata)

Closing date: 24/03/2019

A new doctor (ideally 6 sessions/ week) is invited to join our unique, specialist, University of Bristol practice. You need:

  • To be an excellent clinician, with a commitment to multidisciplinary team working.
  • To bring ideas, skills, energy and enthusiasm.
  • To have an interest in all aspects of the health and care of young adults.

If you think you could be the right person for us, and could make a positive contribution to our lively practice, then please contact  joanne.mobbs@nhs.uk or jotemple@nhs.net.

The closing date for applications will be midnight on Sunday 24th March. The interviews are planned for Friday 5th April 2019 at The Students’ Health Service, BS6 6AU.

More information here.

Vacancy for a Salaried GP

Role: Salaried GP
Location: University Health Service – 6 Bristo Square Edinburgh
Closing date: 21/09/2018

 

Richard Verney Health Centre are happy to take applications for the full 9 sessions or a combination of lesser sessions.They are a centrally located practice serving a largely student population using Vision IT system and paper-light practices. If you are interested in receiving the details on this opportunity then these can be downloaded from their website at www.health-service.ed.ac.uk
 
Any enquiries to Mrs J Grant, Practice Business & Development Manager on 0131 650 2777 or email j.grant@nhs.net.
 
CV and covering letter are required to apply with closing date being 21 September 2018.
 
Please submit your application to Mrs J Grant, Practice Business & Development Manager, Richard Verney Health Centre, 6 Bristo Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9AL

Vacancy for a Wellbeing Advisor (Mental Health)

Role: Wellbeing Advisor (Mental Health)
Contract type: Permanent
Working pattern: Part time
Salary:  £15,802 to £19,417 per annum pro rata (0.5 FTE)
Closing date: 13/07/2018

 

The University of Surrey is recruiting for an experienced mental health practitioner to join their highly skilled team in the busy Centre for Wellbeing. They are looking for a dynamic and adaptable individual with significant experience in supporting people with a wide range of mental health difficulties and an enthusiasm for empowering students to achieve their potential within the Higher Education sector.

 

Full details here.

Vacancy for Practice nurse / nurse prescriber at University of Bristol Students’ Health Service

Role: Practice Nurse / Nurse Prescriber
Contract type: Open ended contract staff
Working pattern: Part time
Salary: £32,548-£36,613 (Grade I) or £36,613-£41,212 (Grade J) pro rata
Closing date: 24/06/2018

 

The University of Bristol Students’ Health Service plays a pivotal role in student life by offering a unique and leading edge NHS General Practice to around 20,000 University students and their dependents, most of whom are in the 18-24 year age group. The practice nursing team consists of highly skilled primary care nurses and healthcare assistants providing a range of services and support within a well-established and friendly environment.
 
The practice is looking to recruit a part time practice nurse or nurse prescriber to work 3 full days a week (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 9-5pm). Occasional working on a Saturday morning or Monday/Thursday evenings (approximately twice a quarter) is also required.

 
Full details here.

Vacancy for a new Head of Service at Bristol

Role: Head of Student Health
Contract type: Open ended contract staff
Working pattern: Part time
Salary: Competitive Salary plus Benefits
Closing date: 24/06/2018

 

The University of Bristol seeks to appoint a Head of Student Health who will lead and manage the Students’ Health Service as part of the Division of Student Services and in relation to its General Medical Services contract with NHS Bristol. The role also has a clinical commitment of four sessions per week contributing to the provision of full General Practice care for 20,500 student patients, including a significant proportion of mental health related appointments, and provides expert input into the development and operation of student healthcare provision at the University.

 
Full details here.