GP Vacancies

 GP Vacancies 

The East Riding of Yorkshire area is a great place to live and work. It is a place where you and your family can go walking in the Yorkshire Wolds one week and visit a beach the next. Here you can find out about current GP and practice staff vacancies that are available in the East Riding of Yorkshire area.

Here is some information about living in East Yorkshire.

Find out more about working for East Riding of Yorkshire CCG and living in the local area.

Health Education England has produced a series of six short videos to highlight the diverse nature of the role of a GP.

The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) has produced a film to share information and personal insights into the role of Nursing Associate.

 General Practice jobs website 

Humber Coast & Vale have launched a new website aimed at the recruitment of GPs and practice staff in the region. It's a one-stop-shop for GP and practice staff to check out new vacancies located in 6 CCG areas.

It offers lots of helpful information about what working in our area can offer and lists many varied opportunities. Click here to view their website.

 Campaign to bring more family doctors back to general practice 

A new campaign, aimed at getting hundreds of family doctors to return to general practice, has started. A similar scheme has already attracted almost 800 GPs to return to the profession after taking a break or working in another occupation, or moving from overseas. NHS England and Health Education England (HEE) have produced a new brochure for GPs considering a return. The brochure details the improvements the NHS Long Term Plan will deliver for general practice, with billions in extra funding and plans to recruit 22,000 health professionals, to support GPs, that will improve services for patients while also easing the GP workload.

 Field House Surgery 

Senior Practice Manager

A number of opportunities have arisen for well-organised, motivated and ambitious Senior Practice Managers to work in a forward-thinking organisation that is committed to high quality primary care – you will be ready to embrace and manage the changes, opportunities and challenges currently facing primary care.

Humber NHS Foundation Trust is a multi-specialty health and social care teaching provider committed to Caring, Learning and Growing. Weemploy approximately 2,500 staff across more than 70 sites at locations throughout Hull, the East Riding of Yorkshire and North Yorkshire. The Trust runs 7 GP practices across East Riding and Hull.

The successful candidates will need to be enthusiastic and have a positive attitude to working as part of the highly motivated, hard-working and committed clinical and administration teams. Candidates will need strong communication skills at all levels, possess robust leadership, management and HR experience plus strong financial acumen.

The successful candidates will have the ability to support and maximise the effectiveness of our clinical and administration teams through proactive leadership – supported by a range of corporate business partner experts. You will understand the dynamics and efficiencies required to build on an already growing and successful business.

You will have the aptitude to support us in engaging with the wider health economy as required, such as our clinical commissioning group, our local practice manager network and secondary care providers to ensure that we are constantly aware of best practice and new developments.

Your main focus and responsibility is to support us to provide an excellent standard of service to our patients and manage all operational aspects of the core primary care business.

The position is a full time post. Healthcare experience is an advantage but not essential. Informal discussions and visits are encouraged – please contact Susan Wardlow, Service Manager (susan.wardlow@nhs.net) or Julia Harrison-Mizon, Care Group Director (julia.mizon@nhs.net) in the first instance.

Interviews will be held on Friday, 26 April 2019 – the interview will include a presentation to a stakeholder panel.

Click here to apply.

Closing date: Wednesday 15 May 2019.

 North Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust 

Divisional Clinical Director - Therapy & Community Services

The Trust is looking to appoint a Divisional Clinical Director for Community & Therapy Services on a permanent basis. 5 PAs plus responsibility allowance.

We are looking for a Primary Care Doctor, Nurse, Allied Health Professional, social worker, or strong community leader to take forward our vision developing a more integrated service delivery model across our community.

You will work closely with Primary Care Leaders, Clinical Commissioners, Local Authority Provider/Commissioners the voluntary and third sector partners in Northern Lincolnshire.

Your role will be to drive and support the development of our services to look after local people bringing care closer to home. You will also play an important role in linking our services with those services in North East Lincolnshire supporting change to better meet the needs of our population.

The Divisional Clinical Director role is central to driving continuous quality improvement and pivotal to embedding successful clinical leadership across the Trust. You will direct us to shape our future Community & Therapy Services benefit patients, carers and staff alike.

We are seeking a Divisional Clinical Director with drive, resilience, good communication skills, and the Trust values of kindness, courage, and respect.

The Divisional Clinical Director will be accountable for the operational leadership, performance and strategic development of the Division. This will include accountability for high quality patient care, patient safety, clinical quality and governance, the delivery of agreed performance and financial objectives, and ensuring that the Division operates with the needs of patients as its highest priority.

The Divisional Clinical Director will work closely with and be responsible for the Divisional General Manager, Divisional Head of Nursing, and Divisional Head of Therapies in order to achieve these operational objectives.

The Divisional Clinical Director is responsible to the Chief Operating Officer and professionally accountable to the Medical Director.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Janet Mellor, Executive Personal Assistant to Shaun Stacey, Chief Operating Officer, Direct Dail: 03033 305473 or e-mail janet.mellor2@nhs.net.

Click here to apply.

Closing date: Monday 27 May 2019.

Divisional Clinical Director - Medicine

The Trust is looking to appoint a Divisional Clinical Director for Medicine on a permanent basis. 5 PAs plus responsibility allowance

This is an exciting opportunity to continue clinical leadership of our Medicine group. We’re looking for a senior clinician with experience in a medical specialty to take forward our vision. Working closely with colleagues and external partners your role will be to drive and support the development in our services looking after local people. You will have proven leadership ability through leading a team, undertaking transformational change, or introducing a new service and will have the drive and commitment to continuously improve our medical services. You will be resilient, have excellent communication skills, and demonstrate our Trust values of kindness, courage, and respect.

The Divisional Clinical Director role is central to driving our continuous quality improvement and pivotal to embedding successful clinical leadership across the Trust. You may be a consultant with a speciality interest that you wish to bring to us. Your leadership will drive us to shape our medical services for the future direction which will benefit patients, carers and the public alike. In return we will support your transition to join our organisation in a senior leadership role.

We are seeking a Divisional Clinical Director with drive and commitment to continuously improving our services. The successful candidate will demonstrate resilience, good communication skills, and the Trust values of kindness, courage, and respect.

The Divisional Clinical Director will be accountable for the operational leadership, performance and strategic development of the Division. This will include accountability for high quality patient care, patient safety, clinical quality and governance, the delivery of agreed performance and financial objectives, and ensuring that the Division operates with the needs of patients as its highest priority.

The Divisional Clinical Director will work closely with and be responsible for the Divisional General Manager and Divisional Head of Nursing in order to achieve these operational objectives.

The Divisional Clinical Director is responsible to the Chief Operating Officer and professionally accountable to the Medical Director.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Janet Mellor, Executive Personal Assistant to Shaun Stacey, Chief Operating Officer, Direct Dail: 03033 305473 or e-mail janet.mellor2@nhs.net.

Click here to apply.

Closing date: Monday 27 May 2019.

 Snaith and Rawcliffe Medical Group 

Salaried GP - 7 sessions

Due to retirement and an expanding patient list, we are looking for an enthusiastic GP to join our team.

We are a friendly, forward thinking practice and are committed to providing excellent care for our list of approximately 11,000 patients. We are high QOF achievers and were rated good/outstanding by the CQC. We are the top rated Group Practice in East Yorkshire in the National GP Patient Survey. The clinical team has weekly meetings and daily informal catch-ups which creates a supportive and comfortable working environment.

We take pride in playing an active role in the community, participating in RCGP Parkrun Practice Initiative . We have excellent support from our Patient Participation Group founded 30 years ago. We are a teaching practice and have 2 GP trainers. We also have good links with Hull York Medical School and train Medical, Physician Associate and Nursing students, winning two Teaching Excellence awards in 2018.

The main surgery is located in beautiful purpose built premises in Snaith, a semi-rural community with excellent motorway links. We also have a branch surgery in Rawcliffe, with dispensaries at both sites.

Closing date: Friday 7 June 2019.

Click here to apply.

 Manor Road Surgery 

GP Partner

We are looking for an enthusiastic GP to join our high achieving market town practice.

  • The number of sessions is open to negotiation and would offer up to 6 sessions.
  • There is no capital input required to become a partner of the surgery.
  • We are GMS practice list size 12,500 patients, with a team of 8 partners, 1 Pharmacist, 1 Physio, 3 practice nurses, 3 healthcare assistants, practice manager and a finance manager.
  • We have achieved full QOF points for the last 3 years.
  • Our SystmOne practice is part dispensing and has an on-site pharmacy in which the partners have an interest.
  • We are a teaching practice for the local HYMS Medical School.
  • 8 weeks annual leave.
  • CQC rated Good in every section.

Informal visits are welcomed, enquiries initially to Patricia Cooper – Practice Manager telephone 01482 863733.  Partners will be available to answer questions whilst visiting.

Full practice history on our website - http://www.beverleyhealthcentre.nhs.uk/

Applications by CV to the Practice Manager, Manor Road Surgery, The Health Centre, Manor Road, Beverley, HU17 7BZ. Email patricia.cooper2@nhs.net  Telephone 01482 862733

Closing date: Wednesday 31 July 2019.

Click here to apply.