Specialty Doctor Anaesthetics and ICU – TTM Healthcare Recruitment – Coleraine

Are you seeking Specialty Doctor Anaesthetics and ICU job in Northern Ireland with immediate start?

I currently have a vacancy for Specialty Doctor Anaesthetics and ICU with a hospital in Northern Ireland starting immediately upto 2 months with possible extension.

Do not miss out on this interesting and challenging opportunity, apply now or call Shreya Singh at +353 656869300 today to arrange an interview.

Requirements:

  • GMC Registration is must
  • Min. 24 months relevant experience in Anaesthesia (6 months of which to have been in the UK) including Intensive Care Medicine and Obstetrics.
  • IELTS/OET if applicable
  • EU Passport/ Right to work in UK


TTM Healthcare is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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