Cambridge Critical Care Recruitment

Fellows | Locum Consultant | Substantive Consultant Opportunities

Recruitment Opportunities

We are constantly recruiting for trainees and fellows at all levels of experience and base speciality. In addition to recruiting directly via our site, we advertise in BMJ Careers, NHS Jobs and the Cambridge University Hospitals website.

We can provide clinical posts combined with clinical research, education projects, and management and leadership roles. Many of our former fellows have gone on to substantive appointments at teaching hospitals throughout the world and we are particularly keen to continue to foster our international links.

The jobs listed below are a variety of posts within NCCU and other interesting jobs both locally, in Cambridge, and the wider worldwide clinical community. We are more than happy to advertise posts available at our collaborating centres, please contact us.

Addenbrooke's NCCU


Speciality:Neurosciences and Trauma Intensive Care Medicine
Salary:£31,391 - £48,123
Hours:Full time, fixed term.

Applications are invited for a Clinical Fellow (Higher) in Neurosciences and Trauma Critical Care, commencing from February or August 2018 (other start dates will be considered). These posts are particularly suitable for candidates considering an out of program experience from their base specialty at intermediate, or advanced level of ICM training, or for specialists requiring post-CCT experience in neurosciences critical care or major trauma critical care.

Addenbrooke's NCCU

Consultant in Neurosciences and Trauma Intensive Care Medicine

Salary:£76,761 - £103,490
Hours:Full or part time.

Applications are invited for the post of Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine with a subspecialty interest in Neurosciences and Trauma Intensive Care, based at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge.

Addenbrooke’s Hospital is the Major Trauma Centre and the quaternary centre for Neurosurgery for the East of England, serving a population of 5.8 million. This thriving, modern teaching hospital is the local hospital for people living in the Cambridge area and is the regional referral centre for a number of specialties, including cancer surgery, transplantation, plastic surgery, vascular and paediatrics.

Read more on the CUH jobs site using the link below.

Addenbrooke's NCCU

Senior Clinical Fellow in Trauma Anaesthesia

Hours:Full or part time.

Applications are invited for a 12 month fellowship programme in Trauma Anaesthesia. This post is to start in February 2018 for the duration of one year. This fellowship post would suit applicants who have completed or nearly completed a recognised anaesthetic specialist training programme, including someone who already possesses a CCT in anaesthesia. The post offers the opportunity to develop and increase anaesthetic experience in anaesthesia for the major trauma patient, prior to taking up a consultant post. The level of supervision will be tailored to the fellow’s prior experience with the ultimate aim of independent practice with distant supervision, so to work at junior consultant level with senior consultant support. The fellow would participate in a non-resident on call rota on a 1:8 frequency.

Read more on the CUH jobs site below.


JVF ICU (Senior) Clinical Fellow

Clinical Fellow (Higher) in Intensive Care Medicine

Speciality:General and Transplant Intensive Care Medicine
Salary:£31,931 - £48,123
Hours:Full or part time.

Applications are invited for Clinical Fellows (Higher) in Intensive Care Medicine, starting from May 2018 and August 2018 for a period of 6-12 months. Further start dates may also become available. The posts are part of the middle grade rota so candidates must have at least two years post-registration experience in acute specialties which have regular contact with critically ill patients, ideally with at least 6 months at ST3 level or above. Please see full advert at the Addenbrooke’s site.  Applications close 25th February 2018

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