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We are recruiting for an exceptional individual to join us as a SCREDS Clinical Lecturer in General Practice. The successful applicant will join a committed and enthusiastic team of clinicians, researchers and educators and will be provided with the opportunity to develop expertise through a planned programme of specialty training ensuring professional, academic and personal development.
The post is tenable for the duration of the training period until attainment of CCT. It is open to holders of GPST National Training Number (NTN) in the North, Southeast and East of Scotland Regions, who will enter GPST2 or GPST3 in August 2018. If you do not hold an NTN in East of Scotland, then you will need to transfer in to a suitable clinical training post.
GP SCREDS clinical lecturer posts are clinical training posts, constructed to enable post holders to spend two years (GPST3 and an additional GPST4) with 50% of training time pursuing academic activity over the two years and 50% completing your clinical training. It is intended that this time is used to develop an independent research project, which will form the basis for applying for externally-funded research (for example a PhD fellowship), unless you already hold a higher degree, in which case the time will be spent developing an independent research programme.
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For further information about this position please contact Professor Bruce Guthrie: B.Guthrie@dundee.ac.uk or Professor Blair Smith: firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more about SCREDS Clinical Lecturers please visit Scottish Academic Training (SCREDS)
The closing date for applications is 20 May 2018 with interview w/c 18 June.
The diversity of our staff and students helps to make the University of Dundee one of the top universities in the UK. Family friendly policies, staff support networks for BME and LGBT staff, membership of Athena Swan and Stonewall, as well a full range of disability services, create an enjoyable and inclusive place to work.