Applications are invited for appointment to two NIHR TCC Clinical Lecturer posts on the Specialist Training Programme in Hepatology or Gastroenterology. The posts are based at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Queen Marys, University of London, respectively, commencing as soon as possible from October 2010.
These posts are open for applications from candidates at ST5 Level or above.
The post at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust (Hepatology) allow the successful candidate to spend 50% of their time in clinical training and 50% of their time undertaking research. Research will be supervised by an appropriately matched senior academic.
The post at Queen Marys, University of London (Gastroenterology) allows the successful candidate to spend 50% of their time in clinical training at Bart’s and the London NHS Trust and 50% of their time undertaking research at Queen Marys, University of London. Research will be supervised by an appropriately matched senior academic.
The training programmes for these lectureships have been selected through national competition to provide high quality academic training for individuals in specialist training who can demonstrate that they have outstanding potential for development as a clinical academic in research and/or education.
The posts are open to trainees who have completed a relevant higher medical or research degree (i.e. PhD/MD), the thesis to have been submitted or the degree awarded at time of Application.
All candidates should be eligible for registration with the GMC, should have completed 2 year’s Gastroenterology Training (or equivalent experience), and possess MRCP or equivalent. Where equivalent postgraduate qualifications or experience are being offered as evidence of entry criteria, it is essential that the candidate provides confirmation from the Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board.
Candidates must also ensure that they meet the eligibility criteria with regards to immigration status, English language skills, and the minimum educational entry criteria for the specialty and level as set out in the person specification.
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Eligibility criteria must be met by the application closing date for the relevant specialty/level. Shortlisted applicants must be able to provide evidence of their immigration status at interview.
Non UK / EEA applicants should ensure that they are aware of changes to the immigration rules. For further information on how this may affect your application please visit www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk or contact the Home Office’s UK Border Agency by e-mail: [email protected]
The Postgraduate Dean confirms that this placement and / or programme has the required educational and Dean’s approval. The Training Programme is equally open to those who may, either from the outset or subsequently, wish to train flexibly or job share. Approval must be sought from the Deanery prior to interview and this is subject to availability of suitable training placements. Applicants need to be aware that although trainees’ preferences are considered when making decisions on placements, final decisions take into account the service needs of all sites within our training programmes.
In the event of further training opportunities becoming available in any of the programmes managed by the London Deanery, shortlisted candidates may also be considered for these posts.
Please note that the vacancies advertised may be subject to change prior to interview.
For further information regarding the post at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, or an informal visit to, please contact Professor Mark Thursz at [email protected]. For the Queen Marys, University of London post please contact Professor Ian Sanderson at [email protected].
Application pack can be downloaded from the panel shown top right.
Please state reference 018/25 clearly in all communication.
Application forms will be available on the London Deanery website on 11 June 2010 at 12.00 noon (GMT + 1) for four weeks. Please note the timescale for the receipt of applications which is not later than 12.00 noon (GMT +1) on 9 July 2010.