Academic Clinical Lectureships in Anaesthesia
Job number ACAD104018
Division/School – School of Physiology, Pharmacology & Neuroscience
Contract type – Annually Renewable
Working pattern – Full time
Salary The salary will be in line with pay for clinical academic doctors in training (2016 contract, subject to transitional pay arrangements)
Closing date for applications 23-Jun-2019
Continuing on the success of the NIHR-Clinical Lectureship scheme we invite applications for two Clinical Lecturer posts in Academic Anaesthesia at the University of Bristol and Severn Postgraduate HEE partnership. One post is NIHR funded and the other locally funded but will be NIHR badged and the posts will be equivalent in all respects.
The Clinical Lectureships are designed to provide postdoctoral support for Anaesthetists-in-training who will have completed a higher degree (PhD) prior to starting the post. It provides salary support to allow the clinicians to set aside 50% of their time to develop their academic portfolio with the remaining 50% for clinical training.
The Lectureship is available for a maximum of four years and should enable the continued acquisition of clinical competencies to achieve CCT, as well as obtaining support for a research portfolio and will provide experience in teaching. A broad range of research interests can be fostered within the School of Physiology, Pharmacology & Neuroscience. We are particularly interested in applications from candidates who can enhance our existing strengths in Pain Neuroscience and Cardiovascular research.
For informal enquiries please contact Professor Tony Pickering, +44 (0)117 3312311, Tony.Pickering@Bristol.ac.uk.
The closing date for these posts is 11:59pm on Sunday 23rd June 2019. PLEASE NOTE: The selection process will take place on Monday 1st July 2019.
We appreciate and value difference, seeking to attract, develop and retain a diverse mix of talented people that will contribute to the overall success of Bristol and help maintain our position as one of the world’s leading universities.