Job description / Role
A University Hospital based in Cork, Ireland's second largest city, is in search of General Internal Medicine Registrar to join its Medical team. You will part of a dynamic team of Doctors in the aim to improve the overall quality of care in this modern public healthcare facility.
- You will be covering medical admissions and discharges, daily ward rounds and weekly outpatient clinics.
- In this varied position, you will also be involved in hands-on case presentations in Grand Rounds.
- Also article reviews and updates in Medical Journal Club along with teaching Medical Students and Junior Doctors
Part of the role will also involve covering Emergency Dept. cases.
- You should have significant medical training and experience as a Specialist or Registrar in General Internal Medicine or one of the other medical specialties including Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Nephrology, Endocrinology, Neurology or Geriatric Medicine
Key requirements include:
- Full Irish Medical Council Registration - or eligibility to register
- 3 to 5 years Medical Registrar experience
- Full or part MRCP is advantageous
- Valid IELTS or OET certificate
About the Company
Recruitment does not need to be complicated. MatchMedics take a traditional, person-centred approach to matching people with employers taking into account the needs of both.
We Recruit Doctors – as specialist medical recruitment consultants, we know that our networks are our “net worth”. So we spend inordinate amounts of time researching and executing search techniques and strategies designed to build and strengthen these networks.
Clients of MatchMedics tap into these networks when they ask us to fill a position and Doctors working with us benefit from discussing the current market with recruiters who understand and have a presence in the medical sector.(and by the way, we do not charge doctors a cent for our services.)
We probably ask more questions than most recruiters – but we do not apologise for that. Only by fully understanding each person’s unique situation and each organisation’s distinctive culture and environment, can we make the match.