Vasectomy Surgeon - Full or Part time - North England

United Kingdom - North region (UK centres)

This vacancy is now closed


About Us

At MSI Reproductive Choices we are unapologetically pro-choice. We believe that every woman has the right to make choices about her own body and her own future. As one of the world’s leading providers of contraception and safe abortion care, we give women the means to do so. Across 37 countries, we provide high quality, safe services, and work with advocacy to create an enabling environment, so every client has safe access to services when and where they are needed. Because when a woman can determine her own future, she can contribute to creating a better, more sustainable future for everyone.

MSI Reproductive Choices is committed to creating an inclusive environment with a workforce which is representative of the communities we serve. We’re proud to be an equal opportunities employer and give equal consideration to all qualified applicants without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or age. We are committed to promoting equality and safeguarding the welfare of all team members and clients, with a focus on vulnerable groups. 

About the Role

To provide safe and appropriate clinical care for clients undergoing vasectomy and associated care. To follow all reasonable instructions which fall within the scope of MSI’s Doctor’s Agreement, including ad hoc requests, utilising the skill, knowledge and judgement available to the practitioner, accorded by their professional status. This includes an obligation to treat all clients, irrespective of who provided previous care, and to implement the specific techniques and procedures developed by MSI.

About You

  • Undertake routine occasional consultation and regular treatment sessions as required across the UK, both as part of a schedule and on an ad hoc basis, in accordance with the attached outline.
  • Sessional frequency audit
  • Provide occasional medical support to groups and individuals in the UK to ensure standardisation of clinical practice across the board and that high standards are achieved and maintained. This may include undertaking clinical audits, training and other monitoring and advisory activities.
  • Reports, peer review results, training and competency notes
  • Take part in research programmes as appropriate
  • Feedback and results from research
  • Provide ad hoc information, correspondence or reports as required
  • Maintain professional registration, and own person and professional knowledge and skills.

Personal Attributes:

  • Committed to the protection of team members and clients, with a focus on vulnerable groups.
  • Able to role-model inclusive and culturally sensitive attitudes and behaviours.
  • A flexible approach and act as a client advocate. Helping to maintain a pleasant and safe environment for clients.

What you can expect from us

We’re big on training: In return for your commitment and hard work, you will have plenty of opportunities to build on your experience. You will be provided with career support, training for revalidation, on the job training and an environment for development.

For more information about the role, please view the job framework on our website.

Location: North of England

Contract type: Full or Part Time

Salary: £96,000 

Closing date: 15th October 2021 (midnight GMT). Interviews may take place before this date for exceptional candidates.

Our organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and post holders to share this commitment.

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