Clinical Professor in Haematology
Application closing date 27/09/2021
Salary £82,500 - £111,230 per annum.
Job category/type Academic
The School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences is currently seeking to appoint an exceptional candidate to the post of Clinical Professor in Haematology to provide research leadership in the field of Haematology within the Patrick G Johnston Centre for Cancer Research (PGJCCR). The successful candidate will join academic teams specialising in haematology and in clinical trials in the School and the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust.
The successful candidate will provide leadership in the development and delivery of an innovative research programme in the appropriate field of haematology in line with the research strategy of PGJCCR and the School, teach at undergraduate and postgraduate level, contribute to the School’s administration/outreach activity and deliver and enhance clinical service in haematology.
The successful candidate will also provide clinical responsibility for patients in their charge allowing for the proper delegation to and training of staff working under their supervision and provide Consultant Haematologist services to the Belfast Trust.
The successful candidate must have:
- Primary Medical Degree.
- Higher degree (PhD, MD or equivalent).
- Full Registration with the GMC, or eligible for full registration (in case of international applicants) for entry on the GMC Specialist Register for Haematology via
- (i). CCT, or
- (ii). CESR, or
- (iii). European Community Rights (or eligible for inclusion within six months of the interview date).
- Post registration qualification (FRCPath in haematology or its recognised equivalent).
Queen’s University Belfast is recognised as one of the most diverse organisations in Northern Ireland. We are committed to equality of opportunity, fair participation and welcomes applications from all. However, our Fair Employment Equality Monitoring data tells us that individuals from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities, people with a disability and those who identify as LGBT+ and members of the Protestant Community are also currently under-represented in this category of work. As such, we particularly welcome applications for this role from individuals who identify with these backgrounds and / or communities.
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Informal enquires may be directed to Professor Ken Mills on email@example.com.