Consultant with functional responsibility for peripheral nerve block anaesthesia

We are looking for a specialist with energy and commitment who would like to participate in developing the Department of Anaesthesiology in the field of anaesthesia and intensive therapy and who also have the competence and skills to be head of function for peripheral nerve block anaesthesia. The position is vacant from 1 March 2019 or by agreement.

We expect that

  • You want to undergo further training in regional anaesthesia
  • You approach challenges with a positive attitude, you are a problem solver and a reflective person
  • You have good collaborative skills
  • You are an authorised anaesthesiologist
  • You focus on high professional standards in your work and you put the patient in focus
  • You would like to teach and train colleagues and students
  • You wish to contribute to the continued development of a strong Department of Anaesthesiology

We offer

  • Opportunity for a part-time position
  • Funding has been granted for a Master’s degree programme in Regional Anaesthesia (in English) Most of the programme can be taken online, but you will need to attend some lectures in Norwich in the UK
  • The opportunity to create a research project supervised by a consultant with research responsibility
  • The opportunity to work in a rapidly developing department
  • The opportunity to participate in developing a specialist area
  • Complex anaesthesia courses for patients in ASA classes 1-4 as well as paediatric anaesthesia
  • Varied and challenging work in anaesthesia, intensive care and traumatology
  • Good colleagues and a good working environment
  • Exciting and developing interdisciplinary collaboration
  • The opportunity to make your mark on your workplace in a department with a short turnaround from idea to action

About us

The department is organised with:

  • Anaesthesiology unit which provides anaesthesia services for approximately 1,000 births a year
  • In addition, a general anaesthesiology unit which provides anaesthesia services for elective and acute operations of both adults and children in the specialisations: Orthopaedic Surgery, Gastro Surgery, Gynaecology and Obstetrics
  • Intensive therapy unit level 2 with nine beds and with a patient flow of 600-700 patients per year
  • Recovery unit
  • External functions: Trauma reception, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, anaesthesia services for CT and MRI scans, DC conversions and supervision/assistance for severely ill patients

There is a dual on-site duty scheme covering the intensive care unit and the operation room. In addition, the on-call physicians participate in trauma reception and cardiac arrest resuscitation. The specialist forms part of a 2-shift duty team with a scheduled frequency of on-call duty of 3-4 shifts monthly.

More information and how to apply:øbing-F-Hospital 



90 000.00 EUR per year

+457 222 3359

Full Time