Consultant Obs & Gynae- University Hospital -West of Ireland

  • Job Reference: DOC 174647
  • Date Posted: 25 January 2023
  • Recruiter: Headhunt International
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  • Location: Mayo
  • Salary: €138,000 to €178,000
  • Bonus/Benefits: Excellent Salary/Benefits Package
  • Sector: Healthcare & Medical
  • Job Type: Contract
  • Duration: 12 months
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Consultant Obs & Gynae - West of Ireland

Head Hunt International is currently looking for a Obs & Gynae Consultant to work in a top HSE University Hospital in the West of Ireland.

Come and experience a great place to live and an excellent working environment

Grade: Consultant
Contract type: Full time/Fixed term
Contract length: 12 months
Remuneration: €135000 - € 175000 depending on experience

The organisational role of the consultant relates upwards through the Executive Clinical Director. During the appointment the successful candidate will, liaise and collaborate with other health care professionals, managerial/administrative staff and agencies associated with standards and inputs to the provision of quality care for clients of the service.

Purpose of the Post
The consultant's position is both clinical and organisational in the service context).

The clinical role is diagnostic, investigative, treatment and prescription, either directly or through others but involving continuing full responsibility for the treatment of patients without supervision in clinical matters.

The organisational role carries service planning and resource management responsibilities at individual consultant level and at the department/unit and hospital levels.

The teaching role arises from the clinical and organisational dimensions of the role and focuses on health staff training and development. Consultants will contribute to the training, education and supervision of non-consultant hospital doctors, undergraduate students and a range of clinical staff.

The effectiveness of the role will be seen in the quality of care provided within the parameters of policy and the optimum use of available resources.

* Relevant experience in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
* IMC registration under specialist division with the Irish Medical Council essential
* Excellent English Skills
* Irish or UK experience preferred, not essential.

Note: In order to practice medicine in Ireland it is necessary to be registered with the Irish Medical Council (IMC). For further information on how to register with the IMC follow the link

For more information about the above mentioned post please email your CV to

Informal enquiries to Christy O'Hara on 00353 87 9473404.