Local Job Vacancies
If you are looking for employment in General Practice in the BOB (Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West) region the following sites have opportunities available;
BOB Locum Chambers
Working with the National Association of Sessional GPs (NASGP) a new initiative to link Training Hubs, GP Federations/PCNs, Practices and the locum workforce, to create a tangible online “home” for flexible GPs. The platform will facilitate administrative tasks and enable Locums to connect more easily with one another. The BOB Local Chambers Groups, provide access to online resources and opportunities for peer support. The Chambers will simplify the engagement between clinicians, services and practices, saving on administrative resource at the practice level. The Chambers also provide a supportive network for Locum GPs to attract new talent into the area who may subsequently take up a permanent role within a BOB practice. If you are interested and would like to find out more about the scheme please visit boblocumchambers.org.uk
Flexible or Substantive work for GPs in the Oxfordshire Out of Hours service
As a GP within the OoH period you will work predominantly within Oxfordshire to use your clinical expertise and professional knowledge to work within a multi-disciplinary team to deliver a service between 1830 to 0800 Monday to Friday and 24 hours a day at weekends and bank holidays. Shifts are of varying length and type providing primary care within telephone, base and home visiting options. (During the Covid outbreak telephone shifts are limited to those who we have risk assessed as not being able to see patients face to face). Work is carried out in one of six bases across the county in Abingdon, Banbury, Bicester, Henley, Oxford and Witney. GPs must be on the Performers List and are encouraged to be a member of a medical defence organisation although full indemnity is provided by the Trust. Training is provided on local systems and protocols which staff are expected to follow for example local antimicrobial prescribing guidance. While there is considerable flexibility around hours of work, a minimum of 2 shifts should be worked on average each month. Rates of pay vary depending on time of shift and whether staff are flexible or substantive.
To discuss these positions further, please contact one of the medical advisors either Anne Caley Anne.Caley@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk or Ian Neale Ian.Neale@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk If you wish to obtain full application forms please contact Karen Haycroft KAREN.HAYCROFT@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk
The service also has positions for Nurses, ENAs, AEPs and Paramedics who have experience of MIU or Primary Care work. To discuss these positions further, please contact one of the medical advisors either Anne Caley Anne.Caley@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk or Ian Neale Ian.Neale@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk If you wish to obtain full application forms please contact Karen Haycroft KAREN.HAYCROFT@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk