General information about how foundation training is organised at Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
F1 and F2 teaching occurs on alternate Tuesday afternoons, 2-5pm. All Foundation Programme teaching sessions are held in the Education Centres based at both Cheltenham General and Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.
Trainees are encouraged to attend departmental and ward teaching where possible.
Trainees will be expected to maintain their personal e-portfolio. This is to ensure they record their competences and development.
|Educational and Clinical supervision||
Severn foundation doctors are allocated an educational supervisor for each year of their Foundation Programme, to maintain an overview of development and progress of the doctor within the training programme.
A clinical supervisor will be allocated for each four month placement within the rotation.
|Terms and Conditions of employment||
The post is subject to the Terms and Conditions of Service for NHS Doctors and Dentists in Training (England) 2016 as modified from time to time. See NHS Employers website for details.
All staff appointments are made subject to the receipt of satisfactory references and all initial appointments to the national health service are made subject to satisfactory medical and DBS clearance being produced. A medical examination may be necessary on initial appointment and periodically thereafter.
Full information about the rotation, location and content of placements is given in accompanying documents (Programme List and Placement Descriptions)
The salary scale is in accordance with the current national rate and placement within the scale will be in accordance with previous reckonable service. See NHS Employers website for details
F1 doctors are entitled to 27 days annual leave in the year. The 27 days entitlement does not include the 8 statutory holidays. If a foundation doctor works any part of a bank holiday they are entitled to an additional days leave in lieu.
In some specialties there is some restriction on when a foundation doctor can take their leave during the 4 months. The individual directorates will inform the foundation doctor of any specific restrictions on when they can take leave.
For all placements, the foundation doctor is required to book their leave at least 6 weeks in advance via the relevant Consultant lead.
|Visa/Work permits/Leave to remain||
The Trust will consider British /EEA nationals for appointment in the first instance. If the applicant is a non-resident of the United Kingdom or European Economic Union, they are required to have a valid work visa and leave to remain in the UK, which is renewed as required. The Trust is unable to employ or continue to employ the applicant/post holder if they require but do not have a valid work visa and/or leave to remain in the UK.
Further information on this can be found on the UK Visas and Immigration website
Single and married accommodation is available for successful applicants at both Cheltenham and Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, though not guaranteed. Married accommodation is at a premium. For further information please contact Sovereign Housing Association Accommodation Office on 01452 397640 firstname.lastname@example.org