These Postdoctoral Clinical Lectureship positions are designed to provide opportunity for research time for medical doctors who have completed a research degree (PhD) and are currently working towards the completion of speciality training. The posts will have 50% protected academic time and will be available until the CCT is reached. They are part of the normal SCREDS establishment in Scotland, and will be from the already existing pool of training posts.
To apply candidates must:
- Have completed a PhD
- Be in a speciality registrar in training with a Scottish NTN number
- Find a University supervisor and write a research proposal
- Have written commitment from the appropriate Deanery office and the NHS employer that a clinical academic lectureship position will be supported, agreeing the required time commitments for clinical practice, research and teaching and reviewing the CCT date.
Completed applications should be should be submitted electronically no later than 5pm on Tuesday 28th Feb 2017, with signature pages forwarded in hard copy to:
Dr Julie Simpson, Chief Scientist Office, GR, St Andrews House, Regent Road, Edinburgh, EH1 3DG (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The assessment of these applications will be based on the quality of the candidate (research background, academic merit) and the research proposal (quality of research proposed, benefit to patients).
The applications will be shortlisted and those candidates successful at this stage will be invited to interview in May 2017.
Successful candidates will be eligible to apply to CSO for:
- up to £10k/year consumable money
- Travel money to attend up to 2 conferences where they are presenting work