Clinical Professor/Clinical Reader in Epidemiology of Dermatological Conditions

Location
Belfast (GB)
Posted
07 Aug 2017
End of advertisement period
06 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Queen’s University Belfast
Clinical Professor/Clinical Reader in Epidemiology of Dermatological Conditions             
Ref: 17/105773

Centre for Public Health
School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences

We are seeking to appoint a Clinical Professor to provide leadership within the clinical academic base of Medicine within the Centre for Public Health, and the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust (BHSCT).  The post holder will lead the development and delivery of an innovative research programme in epidemiology and public health, particularly in relation to dermatology and in line with the School’s research strategy.  The successful candidate will teach at undergraduate and postgraduate level and will contribute to the School’s administration/outreach activity.  The post holder will also deliver and enhance clinical services.

While we are seeking to appoint at Clinical Professor level, in the event that we are unable to make an appointment, consideration will be given  to appointing at a Clinical Reader level.

Further information about the Centre can be obtained at www.qub.ac.uk/research-centres/CentreforPublicHealth/  

Informal enquires may be directed to Dr Bernadette McGuinness, email: b.mcguiness@qub.ac.uk or telephone: 028 9063 5009, or Dr Keith Armstrong, email: keith.armstrong@belfasttrust.hscni.net 
Anticipated interview date: Friday 8 December 2017

Salary scale: £76,001 - £102,466 per annum (NHS Consultant Scale (M400))

Closing date: Wednesday 6 September 2017

Apply online at www.qub.ac.uk/jobs. For further information or assistance contact the Personnel Department, Queen’s University Belfast, BT7 1NN.  Telephone (028) 9097 3044 or email on personnel@qub.ac.uk.
The University is committed to equality of opportunity and to selection on merit.  It welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons. However, as people with disabilities and females are currently under-represented within the Professoriate, it would particularly welcome applications from these groups.