National Paediatric Surgery ST3 Recruitment
The national Recruitment Office for ST3 Paediatric Surgery is Health Education England - Yorkshire and the Humber. We are recruiting to posts across the United Kingdom. All posts have the required educational and Dean’s approval.
Higher Training in Paediatric Surgery aims to provide comprehensive and enjoyable training in all aspects of Paediatric Surgery including neonatal surgery, general paediatric surgery, paediatric urology and paediatric trauma. Opportunities for research and overseas experience will be accommodated wherever possible and appropriate.
Training centres in Paediatric Surgery have been organised into regional consortia which are able to provide broad exposure to Paediatric Surgery. If appointed, trainees will be required to train in a number of locations within the consortium.
A brief summary of the recruitment process is provided below, but please refer to the Applicant Handbook for a full guide.
** Please note ACF trainees appointed at Core Training Level do not need to be rebenchmarked when then they reach ST3, they simply 'run through' their training**
Completion of Self Assessment for 2021 Applications
Whilst completing your application for Paediatric Surgery and in particular submitting answers within the self assessment form please note, no candidates should be disadvantaged in light of any redeployment they have had to undertake due to COVID.
Therefore please complete your Self Assessment to reflect what posts you should have been undertaking and not those which you were deployed into and provide the relevant evidence of this when the Self Assessment Evidence upload period is open.
On 22 October 2020, The MDRS senior team held a webinar to address questions from candidates applying to all specialties in 2021 as well as offering guidance and advice. We recommend all candidates watch this in addition to reading the guidance. Please do note that the information was correct at the time of it being presented. the webinar can be found here.
New Immigration Ruling:
With effect from 6 October 2019, all medical practitioners are on the Shortage Occupation List. This means that with the exception of all applicants to Public Health, all specialty recruitment applicants will be exempt from the RLMT; there will be no restriction on their appointment.
Further sources of information
- The Royal College of Surgeons of England
- The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
- The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
- ISCP Paediatric Surgery Training Syllabus
- The British Association of Paediatric Surgeons (BAPS)
- Trainees in Paediatric Surgery (TRIPS)
For information and FAQ’s about how COVID-19 is affecting Medical and Dental recruitment, please see the information available on the specialty training website.
The number of vacancies for each consortium are to be confirmed.
A breakdown of NTN vacancies will be displayed below when available
We currently expect there to be no English LAT vacancies in 2021.
PLEASE NOTE:- The number of preferences a candidate receives in Oriel may be different to the number of vacancies. This is because some Preferences will have more than 1 vacancy.
For information about the posts in each consortium please follow the links below to view the Local HEE Office / Deanery websites:
Local Office / Deanery
|Birmingham, Bristol and Cardiff||Health Education England - South West||0||0|
|Health Education England - West Midlands|
|Manchester and Liverpool||Health Education England - North West||0-3||0|
|Northern||Health Education England - East Midlands||
|Health Education England - North East|
|Health Education England - Yorkshire & the Humber|
|Northern Ireland||Northern Ireland Medical and Dental Training Agency||0||1|
|Scotland||NHS Education for Scotland||2||0|
|London and South East||Health Education England - East of England||5-8||0|
|Health Education England - Kent, Surrey & Sussex|
|Health Education England - North, Central and East London|
|Health Education England - North West London|
|Health Education England - South London|
|Health Education England - Thames Valley|
|Health Education England - Wessex|
All vacancy information is indicative and subject to change.
The recruitment process for ST3 Paediatric Surgery will follow the timeline below:
|Applications Open||At 10am, Thursday 26 November 2020|
|Application Deadline||At 4pm, Thursday 17 December 2020|
|Interviews||Tuesday 30 and Wednesday 31 March 2021|
|Initial Offers Released||By 5pm, Wednesday 5 May 2021|
|Holding Deadline||At 1pm, Tuesday 11 May 2021|
|Upgrade Deadline||At 4pm, Wednesday 12 May 2021|
Interview Dates and Venue
The dates for interviews for ST3 Paediatric Surgery are still to be determined.
Documents Required at Interview
There are a number of documents that you are required to bring with you to interview, see the Applicant Handbook for further details.
See Applicant Handbook when available
Travel and Subsistence Expenses
Please see details within the Applicant Handbook