WELCOME TO NHS GREATER GLASGOW AND CLYDE CANDIDATE INFORMATION PACK Job Title: Clinical Research Fellow in Gastroenterology Location: Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Job Reference: 57630 Closing Date: 23rd June 2021 Contents Section Section 1 Summary Information relating to this post Section 2 About the i) ii) Section 3 Brief description of Hospitals and Department/Specialty – Facilities, Resources and Activity Departmental Staffing Structure Section 4 Job Description i) Main Duties ii) Person Specification General Information Section 5 Terms and Conditions Section 6 Making your Application Section 7 About NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Section 8 Living and Working in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area Please visit https://apply.jobs.scot.nhs.uk for further details on how to apply Search for the job reference number quoted above. Please note all applications should be made via our e Recruitment system (Job Train) Section 1: Summary Information Relating to this Post Job Title: Department: Location: Clinical Research Fellow Gastroenterology Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Additional Arrangements for Applicants : Informal enquiries and details of arrangements to visit the department regarding this post will be welcome by: Name Dr John Paul Seenan Job Title Consultant Email [email protected] Telephone 0141 451 6089 Applications are invited for the above post in Gastrointestinal Medicine, based in the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (QEUH), Glasgow. This post will commence in August 2021. This post is not part of the National recruitment process for Specialty Training in Gastroenterology and is not recognised for training by NHS Education for Scotland. This post has been developed to offer training and research opportunities in gastroenterology, including experience of clinical trials work in the Glasgow Clinical Research Facility (CRF). This unit supports a wide range of commercial and academic research including studies in gastroenterology and hepatology. The post-holder will be expected to undertake a period of supervised clinical research leading to the award of a higher degree (MD) from the University of Glasgow, College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences (MVLS). Ongoing participation in the MD programme is subject to demonstration of satisfactory progress through a formal annual review process. The post will also provide an opportunity for ongoing development of skills and experience in gastroenterology. Funding is available for 2 years. Candidates would preferably be in possession of MRCP (UK) or equivalent, and have appropriate experience in General Medicine and Gastroenterology. Applicants should be planning to continue in a career in Gastroenterology or a related specialty. We would welcome applications from doctors at level CMT2/ST2 or above looking for a two year research break to consolidate their training. To practice medicine in the UK you need to hold both GMC registration and a license to practice. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde encourages applications from all sections of the community. We promote a culture of inclusion across the organisation and are proud of the diverse workforce we have. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde encourages applications from all sections of the community. We promote a culture of inclusion across the organisation and are proud of the diverse workforce we have. Applications from UK, EU and non-EU candidates will be welcomed. Right to work in the United Kingdom Anyone from outside of the United Kingdom (UK), excluding from the Republic of Ireland will need permission from UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) to work in the UK and may also need entry clearance before travelling here. The Home Office (of which UKVI is a part) is responsible for governing the way individuals from outside the UK and Republic of Ireland can work, train or study in the UK. To obtain a visa or entry clearance, you will need to meet certain requirements and demonstrate you have the right the work in the UK via: · the points-based immigration system · the EU settlement scheme · a biometric residence permit A new points-based immigration system was introduced in January 2021 with parts of it in place towards the end of 2020. The system provides a route for both European Union and non-European Union nationals to work, train or study in the UK if they meet the eligibility criteria. It applies to everyone from outside of the UK who wishes to live and work her

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