- Advert number: 320845-0
- Posted Date: 07/01/13
- Closing Date: 08/02/13
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
Medical Sciences Division
Radcliffe Department of Medicine – Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
Clinical Lecturer in Cardiovascular Medicine
Grade A67 (£31,523 - £55,754 p.a), Fixed-term period of 6 years
Applications are invited for the above post in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine. The Clinical Lecturer will be required to take part in the teaching of Cardiology to medical students, engage in research and contribute toward the clinical work of the Department under the direction of the Head of Department.
Candidates should possess MRCP or equivalent and will have demonstrated ability to undertake research by the submission of a thesis for a higher degree and /or relevant publications in refereed journals. The successful candidate will possess a commitment to the teaching of undergraduates. The post will provide higher specialist training and research experience in an area of relevance. The post is available to applicants with SpR (ST3 & above) in Cardiology who will be able to gain a CCT in Cardiology within the tenure of the post. The appointment will be for 6 years with a formal review after a probationary period of two years. The salary will be in the range £31,523 - £55,754 p.a. (excluding additional payments for clinical duties).
Informal enquiries about this post are encouraged and should be directed to the Head of Department, Professor Hugh Watkins (email@example.com). Further particulars including information on how to apply, a detailed job description and the selection criteria are available at http://www.ox.ac.uk/ about_the_university/jobs/fp/index.html or from the Recruitment Officer, by phone 01865 234 665 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is Noon of 8th February 2013.
Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford. Committed to equality and valuing diversity.
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