Applying for a Training Post
We welcome applications at all grades. Further details are given below.
Recruitment 2010 for CT1 and ST3
Details are slowly emerging about applications for 2010.
ST3 entry is being coordinated centrally by the Royal College of Anaesthetists. More details are on the Royal College of Anaesthetists website.
Recruitment 2009The Applicants Guide for 2009 recruitment is on the MMC website.
The 2009 recruitment process for Specialty Training will open on Monday January 5, 2009.
All candidates must be eligible for registration with the GMC. Candidates must also ensure that they meet the eligibility criteria with regards to immigration status, English language skills, and the minimum educational entry criteria for the specialty and level as set out in the person specification which is available on the MMC Website. Where equivalent postgraduate qualifications or experience are being offered as evidence of entry criteria, it is essential that the candidate provides confirmation from the Royal College if shortlisted for an interview. Shortlisted applicants must be able to provide evidence of their immigration status at interview.
UK and EEA nationals and IMG doctors whose immigration status entitles them to work without restriction in the UK are eligible to apply for specialty training. IMGs can provide evidence of immigration status by means of a date stamped passport or identity card and an accompanying letter from the Home Office detailing which type of visa has been granted. These documents need to be current at the application closing date. You will be asked to bring your passport or identity card and any proof of your immigration status to any interviews or assessments you attend. For further information please visit the UK Border Agency website. Applicants are advised to keep checking the MMC Website for updates.
Please note that the vacancies advertised may be subject to change prior to interview.
We are actively pursuing equal opportunities.
The 2009 recruitment timetable will be available on the London Deanery website in late November / early December 2008.