Senior Clinical Fellow (ST4+)  Haematology, BMT and Clinical T-cell and Stem Cell Gene Therapy

Manchester, Greater Manchester
£31,217 - £49,086 per annum
12 Feb 2019
07 Mar 2019
Contract Type
Fixed Contract
Full Time

Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital

Senior Clinical Fellow (ST4+)  Haematology, BMT and Clinical T-cell and Stem Cell Gene Therapy

Salary will be on the StR Pay Scale £31,217 - £49,086 plus on call banding

12 months fixed term contract (with possibility of extension)

We are proud of our vision “Our Family Caring for Yours” and taking care of the children of Manchester, Trafford and beyond isn’t just a responsibility for us, it’s a pleasure. At RMCH, we face the types of challenges that any city presents and we’re well equipped to provide an exceptional level of patient care. We’re also one of the UKs largest and busiest Children’s Hospitals, so this will be an exciting Clinical Fellow opportunity.

Working as part of the MFT Group of hospitals, we’re already well on our journey through an exciting period of change as we support our staff to become the best they possibly can be, providing world-class healthcare for the thousands of children who need our care every year. Are you ready for a bespoke clinical fellow role that will take your career to a higher level?

An opportunity has arisen for GMC registered applicants to join the Paediatric Haematology and Oncology Medical team at The Royal Manchester Childrens’ Hospital.

The Paediatric Haematology and Oncology Unit currently has 28 beds within a purpose built dedicated unit with state of the art facilities. The department is a regional centre for all paediatric haematological and solid tumour cancers and is also a paediatric Immunology and haematology treatment centre.

The NW Regional Blood and Marrow Stem Cell Transplant Unit currently has 11 beds within a purpose built dedicated unit with state of the art facilities with increasing allogeneic transplant activity. The clinical area includes the Stem Cell and Gene Therapy unit, commissioned in July 2017 as part of a service expansion programme.

The department is a regional transplant centre for all transplants including malignant and non-haematological disease but is also a national and international referral centre for metabolic illness. The Unit has an increasing interest in the gene therapies of paediatric illness (we treat ALL patients with CAR-T cells, and will treat metabolic children with stem cell gene therapy in 2019).

The post holder will receive training in all aspects of haematology (malignant and non-malignant diseases) and will suit a paediatrician, paediatric haematologist/oncologist or adult-trained haematologist who wishes to specialise in this area of medicine. There will be the expectation that the post-holder will contribute to the academic life of our department since we publish many clinical and pre-clinical papers.

This is an exciting time to join this team. For further information please contact: Professor Robert Wynn, Consultant Paediatric Haematologist and BMT Programme Director and CSU3 Clinical Lead via email to or 0161 701 8417.

Closing date: 7th March 2019.

Your application will not be considered if you are not GMC registered or if you have not fully completed an Application Form.

The successful candidate will be required to apply for a Disclosure and Barring Service


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