|Salary:||£35,254 to £61,042 Clinical Post|
|Placed On:||12th January 2023|
|Closes:||19th February 2023|
College of Medical and Dental Sciences
Full Time, Fixed Term Contract for up to 4 years or completion of CCT, whichever is soonest
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The University of Birmingham is inviting applications for the post of NIHR Clinical Lecturer. Candidates from either Neurosurgery or General Surgery or Paediatrics will compete for one post in their chosen speciality, which can be in any of the above three areas. Applicants must have submitted their PhD thesis in order to be eligible to apply, and must be awarded their higher research degree (PhD, MD or equivalent) to be able to take up the post. Applicants should ideally have been appointed to a speciality training programme and will need to hold a National Training Number (NTN).
The academic appointment will be for 4 years or CCT date, whichever is the sooner. At the end of this period, the post-holder will either be awarded a CCT or revert to clinical training until CCT.
The main aim of this post is to nurture the academic development of a post-doctoral trainee, enabling the individual to develop into an independent principal investigator capable of securing a Clinician Scientist Fellowship in the future. Alongside this academic development, the individual will also obtain high quality clinical training in their specialty. The content of the post will be equally divided between clinical and academic training, arranged to meet the training requirements of the successful applicant.
The clinical component will be undertaken in hospitals in the West Midlands Deanery. The post must be taken up by 30 June 2023.
Contact details for informal enquiries are given on each specialty’s job description.
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