NES Clinical Lecturer

University of Glasgow - RI Cancer Sciences

Job Purpose

This is a fixed term (6 years) Clinical Lectureship tenable within academic Urology.

Eligible applicants should have completed general professional training. If a period of full time research has taken place, the candidate would then be expected to have achieved a higher degree (MD or PhD) or be in the process of submission. The successful candidate will continue to train in the West of Scotland Higher Specialty Training Programme in Urology. Applicants must already have a national training number in Urology at the time of taking up the post.

The post will be based within the Academic Unit of Urology, and other units/departments within the region as recommended by the Training Programme Director and the training committee. The laboratory and translational research activities of the successful candidate will be expected to be based within the Urology Research Group, CR-UK Beatson Institute.

Clinical training will be a major (80%) focus of the Lectureship in order to ensure the appointee can successfully complete his/her CCT.

The appointee will develop a research group in translational research within the Unit, under the mentorship and supervision of Professor Leung as well as with the support of senior clinical and non clinical academics in the Institute of Cancer Sciences.

Standard Terms & Conditions

The post will carry an additional entitlement depending on "on-call" responsibilities. This banding payment is paid under a separate arrangement with the NHS for which the University acts as paymaster only.

This is a fixed term (up to 6 years) Clinical Lectureship tenable in the Institute of Cancer Sciences and will end within 6 years or within 6 months of completion of CCT, whichever comes sooner. This post is justifiably fixed-term, as a training post, under the Fixed-term Employees (prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2002.

An honorary contract at Specialist/Specialty Registrar level will be applied for to the NHS.

Relocation assistance may be provided where appropriate.

DISCLOSURE SCOTLAND

The post for which you are applying is considered to be a child care position in terms of The Protection of Children (Scotland) Act 2003. It requires the successful applicant to undergo a satisfactory Disclosure check through Disclosure Scotland prior to appointment. This check is necessary to ensure that the University of Glasgow fulfils its legal duties under the Act.

If you are successful in your application, the offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory Disclosure Report. The University will make a Disclosure application to Disclosure Scotland which will reveal any past criminal convictions (spent or unspent) or inclusion on the Disqualified From Working with Children List. Any non-conviction information held locally by the police may also be disclosed should this be considered relevant to the position. Please note it is a criminal offence to apply for a child care position if you are on the Disqualified From Working with Children List.

It is the University of Glasgow’s mission to foster an inclusive climate, which ensures equality in our working, learning, research and teaching environment.

We strongly endorse the principles of Athena SWAN, including a supportive and flexible working environment, with commitment from all levels of the organisation in promoting gender equity.

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