Community Sexual and Reproductive Health ST1
Applications are invited for ST1 vacancies in Community Sexual and Reproductive Health.
The specialty training programme is a six year run-through training programme commencing at ST1. The curriculum comprises Basic Training for 3 years in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Sexual and Reproductive Health. Trainees will follow different competencies from O&G trainees which are focused towards medical Gynaecology rather than Labour Ward expertise. Gynaecological competencies will need to be maintained throughout training. The MFSRH Part 1 must be achieved before entering intermediate training. Intermediate training (Years 4 and 5) will extend the strand of Gynaecology and SRH, which will continue to include unplanned pregnancy and Abortion Care, but now also encompass training in Genitourinary Medicine, Public Health, Sexual Assault and Sexual Problems. The MFSRH Part 2 must be achieved before entering advanced training. Advanced Training (Year 6) will be a year of completing all outstanding competencies but with opportunities for shadowing and preparing for a role as a consultant. Throughout the programme the trainee will undergo training in leadership and management. The programme develops the skills required to lead and manage the community based Sexual Health services of the future and lead large multidisciplinary teams.
Health Education East of England is co-ordinating the national process for recruiting trainees into Community Sexual and Reproductive Health ST1 level posts.
Community Sexual and Reproductive Health ST1 interviews will be hosted at a single Centre at Health Education East of England and candidates will be able to preference all available posts in Community Sexual and Reproductive Health ST1 across England and Scotland with a post start date between August 2019 - February 2020.
This is for completion of CCT/ CESR subject to satisfactory progression.
Before applying please read the Specialty Training person specification to assess your suitability for the post.
In the event of further training opportunities becoming available within this specialty in any of the programmes managed by Health Education England, East of England shortlisted candidates may also be considered for these posts.
In order to assess whether or not you have the requisite competences or equivalent, refer to
Foundation Competences and Alternative Certificates (formally Alternative Certificates)
Please upload all required evidence of competences to the ORIEL application form when completing the application form online. For those experiencing difficulties when uploading evidence, please ensure you email the evidence to the following email address by the application deadline: email@example.com
Applications are equally open to those who may, either from the outset or subsequently, wish to train less than full time or job share.
Please note that Health Education England East of England has a strict application policy and will not accept applications submitted after the submissions deadline.
Please note that Health Education East of England is governed by Health Education England and the UKVI regarding overseas applicants. If you are subject to immigration control, you will be required to provide evidence of your immigration status as at the application closing date of the post to which you are applying. Please see the Applicants Handbook for more information.
Posts will be confirmed directly with the candidate by the appropriate LETB/Deanery should applicants be successful at interview. The posts available are the following, please note these posts are indicative and subject to change.
|HEE East Midlands Leicester||1 post||Training programme information|
|HEE London and the South East CNWL||0/2 post (tbc)||Training programme information|
HEE Yorkshire and Humber Rotherham
|HEE North West Burnley and East Lancashire||1 Post|
Wales - Aneurin University Health Board
|2 Posts||Training programme information|
|South West||1 post TBC|
Please be aware that although trainees’ preferences are considered when making decisions on placements, final decisions take into account the service needs of all sites within the training programmes.
Applications open Wednesday 07 November 2018 at 1000 hours
Applications close Thursday 29 November 2018 at 1600 hours
Longlisting from from 30 November 2018
Invitation to book Selection Recruitment Assessment by 18 December 2018
Multi-Selection Recruitment Assessment (SRA) 3rd - 14th January 2019
Candidates invited to book an interview slot by 25th January 2019
Interview date 26th February 2019 venue West Wing, Victoria House, Fulbourn, Cambridge, CB21 5XB
Preferences Post preferences will be uploaded to ORIEL at the point of invite to interview
Offers by Friday 04 March 2019 at 1700 hours
Holding deadline Friday 08 March 2018 at 1300 hours
Upgrade deadline Friday 15 March 2018 at 1600 hours
The expected duration of this programme is 6 years duration however the actual duration may depend on the circumstances of the individual.
The Postgraduate Dean confirms that this placement and / or programme has the required educational and Dean’s approval. The Training Programme is equally open to those who may, either from the outset or subsequently, wish to train less than full time or job share.
Document checking: A list of relevant documents to bring on the day of interview(see document checklist)
Length of interview: 45 minutes
Interview structure: Three stations, each station will last 15 minutes
Selection Centre Interview –
· Communication station
· Interview station
· Portfolio station
All trainees should be paid monthly at the rates set out in the national terms and conditions of service for hospital medical and dental staff and doctors in public health medicine and the community health service (England and Wales), “the TCS”, as amended from time to time. The pay scales are reviewed annually. Part-time posts will be paid pro-rata. Current rates of pay for junior doctors may be viewed on the NHS Employers website
Pay Circular Wales to be updated
During the recruitment episode please visit Health Education England East of England regularly to access up-to-date information relating to this vacancy and information about the recruitment process. NHS Job Advert Reference: You may also find the CSRH Applicant Guide and the CSRH FAQ section helpful in answering your query.
For any queries that cannot be answered by the methods above please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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