ST3 Genito-Urinary Medicine Recruitment At A Glance

Welcome to ST3 Genito-Urinary Medicine Recruitment at the North Western Deanery

Please scroll down the page or click on one of the links below to find out about ST3 Genito-Urinary Medicine recruitment and training in the North Western Deanery.


Recruitment Information | Recruitment Timetable | Programme Information | Employment Information

Next recruitment episode anticipated

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Recruitment Information

Specialty & Level (Type of Work)

ST3 Genito-Urinary Medicine

Anticipated Number of Vacancies

 3 x ST3; 1 x LAT (12 months, likely to be from 1st September 2015)

Fill Rate

See Round 2 fill rate on


Recruitment Round

Round 2, 2015

Type of Recruitment

National - coordinated by the Royal College of Physicians

Qualifications & Professional Registration Required

Click here for the 2015 person specifications

Eligibility Criteria Click here for details

Anticipated Start Date

Between August 2015 and February 2016, depending on when posts fall vacant.

Competition Ratios

Refer to lead recruiters' website

Contact Us

Application Process

National - see for more information

Online Recruitment Portal

Provisional Recruitment Timetable



Advert appears

Wednesday 11th February 2015 

Apply from

From 10am UK time on Tuesday 17th February 2015 

Closing Date

At 4pm UK time on Wednesday 11th March 2015 



Invitations to Interview expected

March, April or May 2015 depending on interview date(s) 

Interview Date(s)

Between 23rd March and 13th May 2015 

Interview Location

 Refer to lead recruiter’s website

What to bring to interview

Refer to lead recruiter’s website 

Interview Expense Claim Forms

Expenses should be claimed from the lead recruiter. 

Offers from

By no later than Thursday 14th May 2015 

Programme Information

Programme Details

Click here for Programme details. The Royal College's Curriculum can be accessed here.

Role Description (or Job Description if available)

Will be provided in due course.

Training Locations

Sector Guide for ST3 Genito-Urinary Medicine

Anticipated Duration of Programme

Usually 4 years

Anticipated Outcome of Programme (subject to satisfactory progression)


LAT (Locum Appointment for Training): A period of training in the above specialty

See Gold Guide for further information

Expected Rotation Information

Usually annually.

Sample Rotation

Will be provided in due course

GMC Trainees' Survey link

2011 Genito-Urinary Medicine Trainees in the North Western Deanery

Employment Information


Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

Salary Scale / Basic Pay

Refer to latest NHS Employers' M&D Pay Circular (Specialty Registrar - Full)

National Terms & Conditions

Junior Doctors' Terms & Conditions of Service

Travel and relocation expenses policy

Refer to paragraphs 277 - 308 in the Junior Doctors' Terms & Conditions of Service.

For Relocation Expenses, also see Pennine Lead Employer Policies' page

Other Policies & Guidance

Click here for Lead Employer policies.

Click here for Deanery policies.

Last reviewed: 24th April 2015