Clinical Lecturer in General Surgery
Institute of Cancer and Genomic Sciences
College of Medical and Dental Sciences
Full time, fixed term for 4 years or CCT plus 6 months (whichever is sooner)
The College of Medical and Dental Sciences is seeking to appoint one Academic Clinical Lecturer in General Surgery. It is envisaged that a successful candidate would remain in post until they reach CCT (plus 6 months) or for a period of four years (whichever is sooner), subject to satisfactory annual review. This post will provide opportunity for higher and advanced sub-specialist specialist training in general surgery alongside research and a contribution to teaching. The clinical duties of the post will be based in West Midlands Higher Surgical training scheme for general surgery, enabling the appointees to coordinate clinical and research based training and practice. The post holder will have responsibilities for both inpatient and outpatient care, in addition to teaching and assessment of medical students and postgraduate students.
The successful candidate would have full General Medical Council registration and relevant membership of professional bodies e.g. Royal College of Surgeons. In addition, applicants will have obtained, or are about to be awarded, a higher medical degree. The posts are designed for trainees who can demonstrate that they have outstanding potential for development as clinical academics.
This post requires the employee to undertake an enhanced disclosure check by the Disclosure and Barring Service and occupational health clearance.
Informal enquiries to Professor Dion Morton, Barling Professor of Surgery, Dion.Morton@uhb.nhs.uk for clinical service aspects of the post:
Full time starting salary will be £31,614 to £58,813 a year (appointment will be made at the appropriate threshold) with on-call banding.
Closing date: 31 May 2017.
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