Client Name: Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

Role: Substantive Consultant in Clinical Oncology – Lung, Skin and AOS

Salary: £99,532 – £131,964 per annum

Hours: Full time, part time and flexible working considered

Location: Nottingham City Hospital

Job summary

This 10 PA per week Consultant Clinical Oncologist post with the following responsibilities in the radiotherapy and systemic therapy treatments in:

  • Lung cancer – radiotherapy and systemic therapy
  • Skin cancer – non-melanoma skin cancer (melanoma radiotherapy support only)
  • Acute Oncology Service (AOS)

The post is based at Nottingham University Hospital, City Campus (NCH) with all the radiotherapy facilities based at this site. It does outreach work to Queens Medical Centre (QMC) for AOS and skin cancer.

Main duties of the job

You will be joining an multidisciplinary team treating skin cancers at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. You be part of Nottingham’s specialist skin cancer MDT, which is a regional centre for management of complex skin cancers within the East Midlands, and will work closely with dermatologists, plastic surgeons, ophthalmologists and medical oncologists. You will work alongside an existing clinical oncology consultant treating skin cancers with radiotherapy and patients with advanced non-melanoma skin cancer with systemic treatments:

Acute Oncology Service (including CUP MDT)

You will be joining NUH’s expanding acute oncology team and supporting their work at Queen’s Medical Centre. The team is currently made up of 5 acute oncology specialist nurses, 1 consultant clinical oncologist and 1 consultant palliative care physician. The consultant oncologist you will work with is:

About us

The speciality serves a resident population of 1.1 million and currently sees approximately 5,000 new patients each year (at City Hospital and Kingsmill); providing a comprehensive range of non-surgical oncology services to the East Midlands.

Oncology has invested in a high calibre acute oncology nursing team supporting the acute care of cancer patients admitted to city hospital campus as well as providing outreach support at Queen’s medical centre.

Job description

Job descriptions & person specification available upon request

Person Specification

Training and Qualification


  • Full GMC registration and Licence to Practice
  • MRCP
  • CCT expected within 6 months of interview date

clininical skills/Experience


  • Experience and special interest in lung cancer and skin cancer
  • Evidence of training in complex radiotherapy planning techniques
  • Experience in prescribing and managing patients with systemic anti-cancer therapy for lung and skin cancers
  • Independent practitioner in the radiotherapy treatment of primary lung and skin cancers
  • Previous experience in Acute Oncology and in managing Cancers of Unknown Primary


  • Experience of working with a complex multi-disciplinary team

Certificate of Sponsorship

Applications from job seekers who require current Skilled worker sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications

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