Applications are invited for appointment as a NIHR TCC Academic Clinical Fellow in partnership with Royal Devon & Exeter Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Exeter Medical School.
Four posts are available as follows:
Renal Medicine / Public Health Medicine
Geriatric Medicine/ General Psychiatry Emergency Medicine
Genomic Medicine (Endocrinology & Diabetes Mellitus)
Where more than one specialty is listed there will be one appointment across the range of specialties with candidates being ranked based on their response to the academic questions.
All posts commence no later than 31 March 2018. Successful candidates will receive an Academic National Training Number (NTN (A)). Those with existing NTNs are also eligible to apply.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview which will have an academic and clinical component, you will be required to pass all components of the interview. Applicants that do not already hold a Training Number in the GMC specialty to which they are applying will be required to undertake the national clinical recruitment process and attend an assessment/interview for that GMC specialty as appropriate. For further details please refer to the ‘2017 Applicant NIHR ACF FAQ’.
The application window opens on Monday 10th October 2016 and closes on Monday 7th November 2016 at 09:00 hours.
You will not be able to submit your application after this time. Please ensure that you have completed all the relevant sections of the application forms as missing information will deem your application incomplete and it will not be considered.
You must apply via our online recruitment system, Oriel. Oriel can be accessed from the link provided.
The qualifications and professional registration requirements plus other eligibility criteria can be found in the person specification. The person specification for this specialty is available from the Specialty Training website which can be accessed from Oriel. Please visit the Peninsula Postgraduate Medical Education website for further information such as travel & relocation expenses etc.
Eligibility Criteria for recruitment to Specialty Training 2017 – Immigration requirements
UK and EEA nationals and doctors whose immigration status entitles them to work as a doctor in training in the UK are eligible to apply for specialty training. Evidence of immigration status would be a biometric residence card, date stamped passport and/or identity card. All of these documents need to be dated as at or prior to the application closing date.
Doctors who are not UK or EEA nationals but whose immigration status entitles them to work without restriction in the UK will be considered on an equal basis with UK and EEA nationals. Other non-UK or non-EEA nationals with limited leave to remain in the UK and whose employment will require Tier 2 sponsorship are subject to the Resident Labour Market Test (RLMT). Applicants who are subject to RLMT will not be eligible for appointment in this specialty until all suitably qualified, experienced and skilled EU/EEA candidates have been appointed and the Resident Labour Market Test (RLMT) has been satisfied. The RLMT will not be satisfied in Round 1 of recruitment so applicants to which the RLMT applies are strongly advised to pursue their applications in Round 2 of recruitment.
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