Current Vacancies

Salaried Portfolio GP - Full-time, Part-time, Flexible working

Working with EBPC is all about family. Your work/life balance is as important to us as the high-quality care we expect you to deliver to our patients. With this in mind, we promote a flexible approach to rota planning and would like to work with you to establish a routine that returns maximum value in more ways than just the pay cheque (although we make sure that’s good too!).

Perhaps you like the idea of working mainly from home during school terms, but would like to balance this with face-to-face patient contact at other times?

Perhaps you love the idea of spending half your time preventing ambulances being dispatched to avoidable 999 calls then spend half of your time conducting home visits?

Perhaps you already have a job in primary care but would like the opportunity to earn a bit of extra cash in the evening or at weekends?

The opportunities really are as flexible as they seem so whatever your circumstances, we’d love the opportunity to talk to you and understand if EBPC would be good fit for your next role.

The pay? It’s good! Of course, it all depends on your chosen type and pattern of work but, with salaries as high as £115k, we’re confident you won’t be disappointed. It’s worth picking up the phone to have an exploratory conversation.

 

Main duties of the job

  • To provide, as part of a well-supported team, high quality medical intervention to patients presenting to our services via 111.
  • To provide safe and effective outcomes for all patients presenting to the service
  • Be prepared to work across a variety of consultation types, including telephone advice, Primary Care centre attendances and home visits
  • To provide outstanding levels of quality leading to high levels of patient’s satisfaction
  • Develop and maintain good working relationships with our stakeholders
  • To use an Electronic Health Record to keep contemporaneous, accurate and appropriate records of all patient encounters.
  • To pursue continuing professional and personal development
  • Undertake Appraisal and Re-Validation as required.
  • Comply with all requests to provide reflective feedback and structured analysis when involved in cases where complaint has been raised or an adverse incident declared.
  • To participate in the education and training of students and other professionals within the limits of your scope of practice.
  • The post holder will be subject to both informal review and formal annual appraisal with reference to both quantitative and qualitative key performance indicators.
  • Refer patients to hospital specialists or other practitioners in an appropriate and timely manner.

 

Knowledge/ Skills and Abilities

 

Essential:

  • Self-motivation and the ability to work without supervision, using own initiative to complete tasks. Excellent communication skills. Recent evidence of continued academic and professional development. Ability to work as a member of a team. Willingness to support and mentor clinicians. The ability to manage a demanding workload and work well under pressure. Reliable, punctual and committed to high performance

Desirable

  • Willingness to be flexible in approach to working locations.

 

Qualifications

Essential:

  • GMC Registration as a General Practitioner with entry on the GP Performers List

Desirable

  • MRCGP qualification

 

Experience

Essential:

  • Practical experience as a Primary Care Practitioner with a firm grasp of issues surrounding In and Out of Hours Primary Care Services. Previous experience of working in an out of hours setting.

 

If you’re interested, get in touch with John Daniels, our COO, who would be delighted to talk to you over coffee or via MS Teams. Email [email protected] to set it up.

Salaried GP (Weekend)

Working with EBPC is all about family. Your work/life balance is as important to us as the high-quality care we expect you to deliver to our patients. With this in mind, we promote a flexible approach to rota planning and would like to work with you to establish a routine that returns maximum value in more ways than just the pay cheque (although we make sure that’s good too!).

Recognising that family life takes up the bulk of the week for many people, EBPC are now offering salaried positions for weekend working. 2 x 12 hour shifts, times can be flexible, and you will be rewarded with a salary of £74k (£115k full time equivalent) and the other benefits you associate with NHS employment, including employers pension contributions.

Our locations in Bracknell, Maidenhead and Slough all have free parking but are also very close to Heathrow airport and the national rail network so this opportunity would suit doctors who live locally or who live a bit further afield but would be happy to travel in for the weekend.

 

Main Duties:

  • To provide, as part of a well-supported team, out of hours medical services to communities of East of Berkshire.
  • To provide safe and effective outcomes for all patients presenting to the service
  • Be prepared to work across a variety of consultation types, including telephone advice, Primary Care centre attendances and home visits
  • To provide outstanding levels of quality leading to high levels of patient’s satisfaction
  • Develop and maintain good working relationships with our stakeholders
  • To use an Electronic Health Record to keep contemporaneous, accurate and appropriate records of all patient encounters.
  • To pursue continuing professional and personal development
  • Undertake Appraisal and Re-Validation as required.
  • Comply with all requests to provide reflective feedback and structured analysis when involved in cases where complaint has been raised or an adverse incident declared.
  • To participate in the education and training of students and other professionals within the limits of your scope of practice.
  • The post holder will be subject to both informal review and formal annual appraisal with reference to both quantitative and qualitative key performance indicators.

 

Qualifications

Essential

  • GMC Registration as a General Practitioner with entry on the GP Performers List

Desirable

  • MRCGP qualification

Experience

Essential

  • Practical experience as a Primary Care Practitioner with a firm grasp of issues surrounding In and Out of Hours Primary Care Services. Previous experience of working in an out of hours setting.

 

Knowledge/ Skills and Abilities

Essential

  • Self-motivation and the ability to work without supervision, using own initiative to complete tasks.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Recent evidence of continued academic and professional development. Ability to work as a member of a team.
  • Willingness to support and mentor clinicians.
  • The ability to manage a demanding workload and work well under pressure.
  • Reliable, punctual and committed to high performance

Desirable

  • Willingness to be flexible in approach to working locations.

 

If you’re interested, get in touch with John Daniels, our COO, who would be delighted to talk to you over coffee or via MS Teams. Email [email protected] to set it up.