Clinical and Experimental Sciences
Location: Southampton General Hospital
Salary: £27,146 to £47,132 Per annum
Full Time, Fixed Term - 48 months
Closing Date: Friday 14 December 2018
Interview Date: Thursday 17 January 2019
NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Ophthalmology (SpR Grade) at the University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
*Please note: successful applicants will be appointed to a different salary range (£33,127 to £58,593) if they were at ST3 on or before 2 August 2016.
This post is based within the Southampton Eye Unit, Southampton General Hospital with excellent clinical and laboratory research facilities available in the Clinical Neurosciences Research group of the University Of Southampton, co-located on the same hospital site.
You will already be a SpR in Ophthalmology, have a NTN and have gained MRCOphth and a PhD or equivalent by the time the appointment commences. Approximately 50% of your time will be devoted to protected academic activity, including undergraduate teaching. You will be expected to have an established track record in clinical or basic science and be committed to an academic career.
Please see the below job description and further particulars for further details.
Informal enquiries should be directed to: Professor Andrew Lotery, Professor of Ophthalmology, email@example.com.
You should submit your completed application form online at https://jobs.soton.ac.uk. The application deadline will be midnight on the closing date stated above.
References are requested along with your application. This reference system is automated so please ensure you provide the correct email address and allow time for these to be received, prior to the close date, to assist the department with shortlisting.
If you need any assistance, please call Georgie Warren (Recruitment Team) on +44 (0) 23 8059 7749. Please quote vacancy reference number 1026918F-R on all correspondence.
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