Role: Plastic/Reconstructive Surgeon
Hours: Full time, with some weekend and evening working required to support the humanitarian programme delivery
Pay: Negotiable (dependent on experience)
Duration: Minimum of 2 weeks at a time (longer availability is highly desirable).
Location: Internationally / any of the UK-Med response including Ukraine and or to various other locations.
UK-Med is a frontline medical aid charity. Born of the NHS, we’ve been working for over 30 years towards a world where everyone has the healthcare they need when crises or disasters hit.
We are seeking for Surgeons with Plastic/Reconstructive experience working in humanitarian contexts. You will be able to make yourself available to travel and work internationally at short notice for a minimum of 2 weeks (longer availability is highly desirable).
Our ideal candidates will be fully licensed and experienced Plastic/Reconstructive Surgeon, who have significant experience providing medical care to patients with a wide range of medical conditions.
Most of our surgeons need to be confident and capable in treatment of both adults and children. Previous experience in low resource / humanitarian /conflict contexts may be an advantage but is not essential.
You must be a fully licensed Plastic/Reconstructive surgeon, registered with an appropriate professional body. You must hold a Degree in Medicine with speciality training in either Plastics or Reconstructive surgery.
You will be determined, high performing, compassionate and collaborative, as well as being committed to learning and supporting others to learn. Language skills will be an advantage. You will have a positive and flexible problem-solving approach and be willing, able, and ready to deploy to support all UK-Med programmes and projects.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits along with a friendly working environment and the opportunity to make a real difference.
We strongly recommend that you read the Candidate Information Pack – Plastic / Reconstructive Surgeon December 2022 before applying for this role.
To apply, please submit a current CV and a supporting letter (no more than 2 pages) that includes a detailed explanation of your suitability for this post with specific reference to the essential criteria in the person specification
Please apply below no later than Friday 13th January 2023
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