Clinical Lecturer / Resident Surgical Officer
Swansea University Medical School Clinical Lecturer / Resident Surgical Officer – 2 Positions Available
Fixed Term Contract
£32,156 to £45,757 + 1A on-call banding per annum together with USS/NHS benefits.
The normal expectation is that the successful applicant will be appointed to the minimum of the agreed scale with annual increments on 1 October each year (subject to completing six months service).
These are fixed term positions and the salary will be on the salary scale for Clinical Academic Lecturers.
Please note that these are a fixed term positions for up to 2 years. Subject to satisfactory academic progress and Clinical performance (annual review).
These posts offer an outstanding opportunity for an early-career clinical academic to advance their research, or physicians in training to work towards an MD, at SUMS's state-of-art Institute of Life Science (ranked UK 2nd in Unit of Assessment 3 at REF 2014).
One post specialises in Colorectal Surgery, the other post specialises in Plastic Surgery.
The jobs provide a role for a candidate with research and academic interest to develop their career at Swansea University. The successful candidates will be expected to expand their own research activities and be capable of linking with existing research areas and research teams in the University. They will also need to develop their own portfolio of funded projects, as well as fruitful interactions and collaborations with industry and others. The post-holders will seek to operate at an international level and publish research in the respected journals.
The RSO component is a 1:5 weekday in Singleton Hospital for a 24-hour period. In addition, there will be 1:5 weekend cover.
The jobs require a contribution to teaching and graduate supervision across the College in addition to college management responsibilities.
To deliver its top 20 ambition the University needs a workforce with the differentiated skills necessary to ensure that it can deliver excellence in research, teaching, learning, and the wider student experience, and to be a powerhouse for the regional economy and internationally. The Academic Career Pathways (ACP) scheme has been designed to ensure that academic strengths whether in research, teaching, the wider student experience, leadership or innovation and engagement, are all appropriately recognised, developed, valued, and rewarded.
The appropriate career pathway will be decided with the successful candidate once appointed.
Informal enquiries can be directed to Martyn Evans, email: Martyn.Evans@wales.nhs.uk
This post will close at midnight 30 April 2017.
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