Jobs in Anaesthesia

Remember it is not easy to get jobs due to the intense competition, but if you keep "chipping" away, you will eventually get it!

Click on this link to go to the latest SHO jobs in Anaesthesia! (This site is updated every day by BMJ)

A lot of Overseas Doctors keep asking me about Salary Scales, so I am including a link that takes you to the BMJ site where you can find this information: Click Here!

Don't be too fussy about your first job. As long as it is an approved Training Post, it is ok. One of our lads even went to Isle of Man. Then you can look for a better job and you will have experience and some money under your belt!

Click on this Logo to go to the NHS Website for Overseas Doctors Job Vacancies and International Fellowships

The following information will be useful for Senior and Experienced Anaesthetists who might be able to obtain a Consultant post in the UK! Click on the RCA logo to go to the web page that gives you the Non Training, senior posts that you can apply for. Click on the DOH logo to go to their Website

regarding information about the International Fellowship Scheme

The Global Scheme

This strand of the campaign aims to attract doctors at consultant level who are interested in working in the NHS. This interest is generated through advertisements in the international medical and national press and through seminars that are arranged in specific countries where we have agreement to hold such events. These expressions of interest have been compiled into a database of doctors on the specialist register, or who are entitled to be on the specialist register by virtue of European Directive and who are looking for suitable posts.

Further information about the Global Scheme can be found in

‘International Recruitment – Global Scheme: Recruitment Process'

Further information can also be obtained from Maurice Sheahan,Global Scheme Manager, at TMP, on 020 7406 3618 or Click this link to take you to employment resources for Doctors and Allied Health Professionals in UK and other countries

Working Holidaymaker Scheme

Click on the link above to go to the Home Office Page which has details about the above scheme. Don't forget to read the changes to the scheme

Managed Placement Scheme

As part of the Department of Health's international recruitment campaign, the DOH has introduced the Managed Placement Scheme.

This Scheme will give you the opportunity to sample working in the National Health Service (NHS) as a consultant on a temporary basis.

This will help you to decide whether you would like to apply for the post permanently.

Click on the link above to go to the DOH site for details about the managed placement scheme.

Further information can be obtained from the Managed Placement Scheme team at NHS Professionals on 0114 290 2680 or