NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer in Vascular Surgery (UOH-TA-0114)

University of Hull
April 04, 2024
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NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer in Vascular Surgery Reference: UOH-TA-0114

Campus: Hull and NHS Sites Faculty/Area: Faculty of Health Sciences School/Department: Hull York Medical School Subject Group/Team: Centre for Clinical Sciences Salary: Post Type: Full Time Closing Date: Thursday 04 April 2024

This post requires an enhanced clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service for Adult & Child barring and Child workforce.


NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer in Vascular Surgery,

Hull York Medical School

Reporting to :

Professor Ian Chetter

Professor of Surgery

Applications are invited for the post of NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer in Vascular Surgery

Interview Date: 1 st May 2024

Hull York Medical School, University of Hull seeks to appoint an NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer in Vascular based within the Academic Vascular Surgical Unit (AVSU) at Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.

We are seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic individual wishing to excel in both their clinical and academic training, with the ambition to join the next generation of world-leading academic clinicians.

Applications are now invited for an Academic Clinical Lecturer in Vascular Surgery within the Academic Training Programme. This new post has been created as part of the National Co-ordinating Centre for Research Capacity (NIHRTCC) programme of Integrated Academic Training and offers candidates a comprehensive experience of clinical academic surgery, working alongside internationally renowned clinicians and researchers. Applicants for this post must have an existing NTN (or be clinically benchmarked) and be at ST3 level or above and must hold a higher degree (MD, PhD or equivalent) with a focus on endovenous, peripheral arterial or wounds related research.

The Academic Lecturer will continue clinical training at 50% whole time equivalent rate within the Health Education Yorkshire and the Humber. The appointee will participate in the regional training programme in the Health Education Yorkshire and Humber School of Surgery. As training in surgery is 5+ years, an additional period of dedicated clinical training may be required, either before or after the Clinical Lectureship. The successful applicant will work with the Training Programme Director and Academic Lead to develop a configuration of research to clinical training conducive to both progression and academic output.

This post will be based at the AVSU, Hull Royal Infirmary. The AVSU was established 20 years ago and collaborates with some of the strongest departments within the University of Hull including: Clinical Biosciences Institute; Centre for Medical Engineering & Technology; Department of Biological Sciences; Department of Sport, Health and Exercise Science. It has close links with the Hull York Medical School, Department of Health Sciences, University of York, Clinical Departments in the NHS and to industry. The AVSU staff include; 10 consultant vascular surgeons (1 Professor & 2 Senior Lecturers); 8 consultant interventional radiologists; 4 Specialist Registrars; 3 ACFs, 1 core surgical trainee; 4 FY1 doctors; 3 vascular technicians / sonographers; 5 specialist / research nurses; 5 research fellows. Facilities include fully equipped vascular laboratory (4 ultrasound scanners, plethysmography equipment; treadmills; cardiopulmonary exercise testing); access to CT, MRa, combined procedures and interventional radiology suites.

The AVSU has a proven track record in peer review publication, successful grant applications, and supervision of successful MD, MSc, BSc & PGCert students.

For informal discussion about the role, please contact Professor Ian Chetter; [email protected]

One post is available

Salary for this post will be at the clinical scale, depending on qualifications and experience.

It is a condition of these posts that satisfactory enhanced disclosure is obtained from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

The Postgraduate Dean confirms that this placement/programme has the required educational and Dean's approval.

This post is equally open to those who may, either from the outset or subsequently, wish to train part-time (flexible training), if eligible, or job share. For further information on flexible training please contact Health Education England, Yorkshire and Humber.

All candidates will need to hold full GMC registration with a licence to practise at the time of appointment.

Applicants for this NIHR Clinical Lecturer need to either hold a current National Training Number (NTN) for the speciality, or be able to clinically benchmark to be able to take up the post. Clinical benchmarking can be achieved through application for the relevant specialty training within the national recruitment window where the minimal appointable score must be achieved.

All applicants who do not already hold a National Training Number (NTN) or Deanery Reference Number (DRN) in the GMC specialty to which they are applying for will be required to undertake the national clinical recruitment process and attend an assessment/interview for that GMC specialty as appropriate.

Doctors appointed as an NIHR CL must already hold a higher research degree (PhD, MD, or equivalent) and either hold MRCGP and have completed their clinical training, or be a specialist /speciality registrar. Candidates may only apply if they have already submitted their PhD or MD thesis at the time of application

The employment contract will be with the University of Hull.

Applicants must be able to take up the appointment before 31st August 2024.

Informal enquiries as appropriate may be addressed to:

Professor Ian Chetter

Chair of Surgery

Hull York Medical School

Hull Royal Infirmary

University of Hull, HU3 2JZ

E mail: [email protected]

Telephone: 01482 311917


Professor Bob Phillips

Academic Training Programme Director – North & East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire

Hull York Medical School

[email protected]

Further information and details of how to apply can be found at the University of Hull website; https: // www. vacancies.aspx.

The Hull York Medical School is an equal partnership between the universities of Hull and York. It operates in association with the NHS in North and East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire. For further information about HYMS, visit www. .

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