|We will mirror the successful applicant’s NHS pay and progression including transitional pay arrangement, Grade: Clinical scales
|5th December 2023
|4th January 2024
A Clinical Lecturer post in the GMC specialty of Public Health for a public health specialty registrar to undertaken one year post-doctoral training based in Population Health Sciences in Bristol Medical School. This is an excellent opportunity to consolidate your academic career and begin to establish yourselves as an independent researcher. It is envisaged that the successful post-holder will focus their research area on health optimisation and pre-habilitation pathways prior to orthopaedic surgery. The post holder will collaborate with a multidisciplinary group of public health, epidemiologists, statisticians, health economists, musculoskeletal clinical academics and researchers at the Musculoskeletal Research Unit (MRU), an internationally renowned centre of research into musculoskeletal conditions, interventions and outcomes, in the department of Translational Health Sciences.
The planned interview date of 11 March 2024.
What will you be doing?
The successful applicant will split their time 50:50 between clinical training in a public health approved training location in the South West, and academic work at the University of Bristol. Within the sessions at the University, the main activity will be research although involvement in teaching will also be encouraged. Time will be divided into blocks of service or research work as most appropriate for the research the appointee plans to pursue. The post provides opportunities for post-higher degree research and facilitates applications for further research funding for post holders working towards completion of specialty training.
You should apply if
The applicant will have completed core Public Health training and be eligible for specialty training in public health at ST5 level. Clinical Lectureship posts are only available to medically qualified candidates. Please note that applications for Academic Clinical Lecturer posts require candidates to hold a current National Training Number (NTN). If a number is not held the candidate would need to clinically benchmark to be able to take up the post. Clinical benchmarking can be achieved through application for specialty training within the national recruitment window where the minimal appointable score must be achieved. Trainees are responsible for ensuring that their clinical application is submitted within the appropriate recruitment round to ensure that they are benchmarked before the date that the post needs to commence. The duration of this Academic Clinical Lectureship will be for a maximum of 1 year or until CCT is reached with 6 months of grace period, whichever is the sooner. During this time the post holder will combine 50% clinical specialty training with 50% academic training. Applicants should have completed, or at least submitted, a higher degree by research by the time of applying for the post (PhD or MD or equivalent), which must have been awarded by the time of taking up the post.
Contract type: Fixed term for a period of up to 1 year or until CCT is reached
Work pattern: Full time /1.0 FTE
Shift pattern: To be arranged
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on 04/01/2024
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