UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL

Consultant Senior Lecturer in Obstetrics

Location
Bristol, United Kingdom
Salary
£76,761 - £103,490 per annum
Posted
04 Oct 2018
End of advertisement period
04 Nov 2018
Ref
ACAD103589
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Division/School Bristol Medical School
Contract type Open Ended
Working pattern Full time
Salary £76,761 - £103,490 per annum
Closing date for applications 04-Nov-2018

The Department of Translational Health Sciences at the University of Bristol are seeking to appoint a dynamic full time Consultant Senior Lecturer in Women's Health to join the team at the University of Bristol/Southmead Hospital, Bristol for a fixed term of three years.
The appointee will be awarded an honorary consultant contract with North Bristol NHS Trust.

You will already have a strong track record of competitive, independent research in obstetrics and/or gynaecology disease (or the clear potential to achieve this). You will be expected to develop an independent programme of internationally competitive research; delivering high impact papers and significant grant funding. You will also participate in a full range of clinical service work and your training and experience will have equipped you to undertake all aspects of routine adult cardiac surgical practice.

Strong teaching leadership skills are essential to the delivery of the undergraduate MBChB programme where this role will lead a theme in Obstetrics and/or Gynaecology.

You will be registered with the GMC & hold a licence to practice, be in possession of MRCOG or equivalent and be, or be eligible to be, on the GMC Specialist Register within 6 months of the interview date.
Informal enquiries are welcome and should be made to Professor Ashley Blom 0117 47846 email: ashley.blom@bristol.ac.uk or Sonia.barnfield@nbt.nhs.uk

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.