Consultant Consultant, Consultant in public health medicine job with UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON


NETSCC

Site: Southampton Science Park, Chilworth
Salary: £ 84,559 to £ 114,003 Per year
Full time, permanent
Closing Date: Saturday, December 18, 2021
Interview date: Tuesday 25 January 2022
Reference: 1584621VB

NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Center (NETSCC) – School of Healthcare Enterprise and Innovation (formerly Wessex Institute)

Medical School

Full-time (applications for part-time, work-sharing or secondments will be considered)

The NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Center (NETSCC) will become, in early 2022, one of the founding members of a new School of Healthcare Enterprise and Innovation (formerly Wessex Institute) at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Southampton. . NETSCC will be the largest externally funded contract held within the new school and is located in the University of Southampton Science Park, Chilworth.

This replacement public health medicine consultant position is a senior position with a high level of responsibility, the incumbent will be part of the senior management group of NETSCC. The expected responsibilities of this position fall largely within the NIHR research programs managed by NETSCC. NIHR research programs managed by NETSCC may include research in any aspect of all specialties of clinical medicine and the incumbent should be medically qualified to ensure that he has the necessary medical training and the ability to understand the technical elements of medicine in all of these specialties.

The position will provide leadership in medical medicine and public health for the identification, prioritization and funding of important research questions, in the areas of health, public health and social services, as well as support for monitoring the completion of commissioned research until its publication in the NIHR. Journal library. This is a technically difficult role which will require the incumbent to draw on a varied range of medical knowledge and skills on a daily basis.

Tasks in other parts of NETSCC may be required in the future, as agreed during the task planning process with the successful candidate and based on their interests and skills. There will also be additional opportunities to contribute to inter-NIHR initiatives.

We are looking for a Public Health Medicine Consultant or Medically Qualified Public Health Trainee who is at the appropriate stage of their training to apply, with the necessary knowledge, skills and expertise in Medical Medicine and Public Health who can support these NIHR research programs. Applicants should be highly motivated and strongly committed to public health principles, be flexible and adaptable, able to work in a team and able to work effectively on their own initiative.

The successful candidate will work intensively with partners and key stakeholders inside and outside the organization. This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to NIHR strategy and NIHR research programs.

For more information or an informal discussion of the position, please contact Mandy Jones ([email protected]) to set up a discussion with Dr Martin Ashton-Key, Scientific Director and Public Health Medicine Consultant or Elaine Williams , Deputy Director .

At the University of Southampton we appreciate diversity and equality. We aim to be an equal opportunity employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Interview date: January 25, 2022 at NETSCC Southampton

Application procedure

You must submit your completed online application form to https://jobs.soton.ac.uk.

Please submit details of 3 references and include your CV with the publication list included with your application.

The application deadline will be midnight on the closing date indicated above. If you require assistance, please call Michelle Jose (recruiting team) on +44 (0) 23 8059 2750. Please quote ref 1584621VB on all correspondence.

The Faculty of Medicine holds an Athena SWAN Silver Award demonstrating its commitment to equal opportunities and gender balance in the workplace. The Faculty recognizes that applicants may seek flexible working hours which will be considered as part of the recruitment process. For more information, including key benefits designed to help maintain and support employee well-being and work-life balance, please see our work with us website pages.


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