Haematology Clinical Research Fellow (ST1/2 equiv) - London

Recruiter
University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Location
London (Greater)
Posted
13 Feb 2018
Closes
16 Feb 2018
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Main area
HaematologyGrade
SPRContract
Fixed Term 12 monthsHours
Full time – 40 hours per weekJob ref
309-SCB498-JH-C

Site
University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH)Town
LondonSalary
£30,605 - £48,123 pa plus London weightingClosing
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At UCLH (University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust) our success starts with you.
We want you to come to UCLH, and stay at UCLH; all of our staff have been involved in developing our values.
We believe that UCLH is a better place for patients and staff alike. This is an exciting opportunity to join one of the largest and most successful Foundation Trusts in the UK with an international reputation and a tradition of innovation.
UCLH has two major strategic projects underway. On Grafton Way, we are building a facility which will be home to one of only two high energy NHS proton beam therapy centres, Europe’s largest centre for the treatment of blood disorders and a hyper modern surgery service. Close by on Huntley Street we are developing the new Royal National ENT and Eastman Dental Hospitals. Replacing the current hospitals on Grays’ Inn Road, this development will mean we can provide multidisciplinary care to our dental and ENT patients in a modern environment. Our Grafton Way facility is due to open in 2020, with Huntley Street opening in 2019.
NHS staff survey results from 2016, UCLH has been named one of the ten best performing non-specialist trusts against the following statement: “If a friend of relative needed treatment I would be happy with the standard of care provided by this organisation”.


There are two new research posts in Haematology Core Training level 1-2. Positions are for a period of 1 year starting from early 2018.These are part of a new UCLH research initiative to encourage research from an early stage in training. Post holders will do two weeks clinical as part of the SHO rota, alternating with 2 weeks research. One post is to participate in work on the pathogenesis of antiphospholipid syndrome and markers for a severe clinical phenotype as a joint collaboration with APS ACTION, under the supervision of Professor Hannah Cohen (UCL/UCLH) and Dr Maria Efthymiou at the UCL Haemostasis Research Unit. The second post is part of a collaboration between UCLH, NHS Blood and Transplant, The University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge as part of the donor genotyping project that will be under the supervision of Dr Trompeter (UCLH/NHSBT) and Professor Murphy (University of Oxford and NHSBT).Post holders will form part of an existing, supportive multi-disciplinary team in our world renowned haematology services. They will be expected to publish papers and present data at conferences.It is essential that candidates have relevant experience and have a minimum of core competencies of Foundation Year two, good team working skills, and an excellent command of English. It is desirable that the candidate has a working knowledge of statistics programmes such as SPSS or STATA.


We offer our permanent staff an interest free season ticket loan for travel, a subsidised social club including gym, free independent and confidential support for all staff, large retail discounts, cycle to work scheme and on-site accommodation to name a few… for more information on our staff benefits please see attached poster.
We recognise, reward and thank colleagues by nominating them for our annual Celebrating Excellence Awards, which are funded by UCLH Charity.
We are also members of www.mytrustbenefits.co.uk/ which offers discounts on high street retail stores, offers on travel deals, and also to take advantage of cash back schemes.
This vacancy may close before the current listed closing date. You are advised not to delay submitting your completed application.
Please note that all correspondence regarding your application will be via email. The emails will be sent to you via TRAC.jobs and not via NHS Jobs, we encourage you to check your inbox regularly.
Please note that if you have not heard from us within 3 weeks of the closing date of the advert to assume that you have not been shortlisted on this occasion.

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