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  • NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer in Plastic Surgery

    Code: (HY0315)

    Applications are invited for the post of NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Plastic Surgery

    Hull York Medical School seeks to appoint an NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Plastic Surgery, based within the Academic Vascular Surgical Unit (AVSU) and Department of Plastic Surgery at Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.

    We are seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic individual wishing to excel in both their clinical and academic training, with the ambition to join the next generation of world-leading academic clinicians.  Applications are now invited for an Academic Clinical Lecturer in Plastic Surgery within the Academic Training Programme. This new post has been created as part of the National Co-ordinating Centre for Research Capacity (NIHRTCC) programme of Integrated Academic Training and offers candidates a comprehensive experience of clinical academic medicine, working alongside internationally renowned clinicians and researchers.  Applicants for this post must have an existing NTN (or be clinically benchmarked) and be at ST3 level or above and must hold a higher degree (MD, PhD or equivalent) with a focus on clinical wounds related research.

    The Academic Lecturer will continue clinical training at 50% whole time equivalent rate within the Health Education Yorkshire and the Humber.  The appointee will participate in the regional training programme in the Health Education Yorkshire and Humber School of Surgery. As training in surgery 5+ years, an additional period of dedicated clinical training may be required, either before or after the Clinical Lectureship. The successful applicant will work with the Training Programme Director and Academic Lead to develop a configuration of research to clinical training conducive to both progression and academic output.

    It is anticipated that this post will be based at the Academic Vascular Surgical Unit (AVSU), Hull Royal Infirmary.  The AVSU was established 20 years ago and collaborates with some of the strongest departments within the University of Hull; it has close links with the Hull York Medical School, Faculty  of Health Sciences, University of York, Clinical Departments in the NHS and to industry.  Areas of research include:  surgical wounds healing by secondary intention, surgical site infection.      

    For informal discussion about the role, please contact Professor Ian Chetter  (Ian.Chetter@hey.nhs.uk). 

    One post is available

    Salary for this post will be at the clinical scale, depending on qualifications and experience. 

    It is a condition of these posts that satisfactory enhanced disclosure is obtained from the Disclosure and Barring Service.

    The Postgraduate Dean confirms that this placement/programme has the required educational and Dean's approval.

    This post is equally open to those who may, either from the outset or subsequently, wish to train part-time (flexible training), if eligible, or job share. For further information on flexible training please contact Health Education England, Yorkshire and Humber.

    All candidates will need to hold full GMC registration with a licence to practise at the time of appointment.

    Applicants for this NIHR Clinical Lecturer need to either hold a current National Training Number (NTN) for the speciality, or be able to clinically benchmark to be able to take up the post. Clinical benchmarking can be achieved through application for the relevant specialty training within the national recruitment window where the minimal appointable score must be achieved.

    All applicants who do not already hold a National Training Number (NTN) or Deanery Reference Number (DRN) in the GMC specialty to which they are applying for will be required to undertake the national clinical recruitment process and attend an assessment/interview for that GMC specialty as appropriate.

    The contract will be with the University of Hull.

    Applicants must be able to take up the appointment before 31st March 2021.

    Informal enquiries as appropriate may be addressed to: 

    Professor Ian Chetter 

    Chair of Surgery

    Hull York Medical School

    Hull Royal Infirmary 

    University of Hull, HU3 2JZ

    E mail: Ian.chetter@hey.nhs.uk   

    Telephone: 01482 675784

    Or

    Professor Fliss Murtagh

    Academic Training Programme Director – North & East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire

    Hull York Medical School

    Allam Medical Building

    University of Hull, HU6 7RX

    E mail: fliss.murtagh@hyms.ac.uk 

    Telephone: 01482 463164

    Further information and details of how to apply can be found at the University of Hull website; https://www.hull.ac.uk/work-with-us/more/jobs/current-vacancies.aspx

    The Hull York Medical School is an equal partnership between the universities of Hull and York.  It operates in association with the NHS in North and East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire.  For further information about HYMS, visit www.hyms.ac.uk

    Closing Date: 16 Oct 2020
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 16 Oct 2020

  • Lecturer in Translational Radiopharmaceutics (Band 7)

    Code: (HS0287)

    The University of Hull has invested substantially in infrastructure and new research posts, particularly in the area of Biomedicine. The Positron Emission Tomography Research Centre(PETRC) is established as a leading international centre that provides state of the art facilities to undertake research in translational biomedical science. In particular, the development of positron emission tomography imaging probes and new clinical applications. PETRC links through a translational pathway to support the Molecular Imaging Research Centre (MIRC) at Castle Hill Hospital.  MIRC is a ca. £8.5 million investment between Hull University Teaching Hospital NHS Trust, the Daisy Appeal and the University of Hull, that is planned for completion in 2020. The University PETRC is equipped with a 7.5 MeV cyclotron to allow synthesis of radiolabelled compounds for PET and SPECT imaging. This facility is dedicated to the translation of novel imaging biomarkers for cancer and cardiovascular disease.

    The post holder will play a key role in the new MIRC facility, equipped with a new generation of compact cyclotron, to allow GMP synthesis of radiolabelled compounds for first-in-human PET studies and support of clinical trials with medical imaging. This is an exciting opportunity to join an interdisciplinary medical imaging research team, within a facility equipped with the latest technologies and to work alongside NHS staff, both contributing to and leading multi-disciplinary translational projects. You will be part of a team of radiochemists, pharmacists and biomedical scientists working closely with clinical colleagues at the MIRC at Castle Hill Hospital. The post holder will support the translation of imaging tracers from the PET Research centre to first-in-human studies and develop an independent funded programme of research in translational radiopharmaceutics. In the first instance, the post-holder will be part of the team bringing the MIRC facility through to MHRA approval in 2021. The post requires experience in radiotracer design and radiochemical synthesis along with understanding of GMP production.

    This position is being jointly advertised with post number HS0288 (Band 8).  Please note that 1 appointment will be made, this may be at either level.  Please complete the on-line application for both vacancies if you wish to be considered for both roles.  http://jobs.hull.ac.uk/HS0288

    Closing Date: 18 Oct 2020
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 18 Oct 2020

  • Lecturer in Translational Radiopharmaceutics (Band 8)

    Code: (HS0288)

    The University of Hull has invested substantially in infrastructure and new research posts, particularly in the area of Biomedicine. The Positron Emission Tomography Research Centre(PETRC) is established as a leading international centre that provides state of the art facilities to undertake research in translational biomedical science. In particular, the development of positron emission tomography imaging probes and new clinical applications. PETRC links through a translational pathway to support the Molecular Imaging Research Centre (MIRC) at Castle Hill Hospital.  MIRC is a ca. £8.5 million investment between Hull University Teaching Hospital NHS Trust, the Daisy Appeal and the University of Hull, that is planned for completion in 2020. The University PETRC is equipped with a 7.5 MeV cyclotron to allow synthesis of radiolabelled compounds for PET and SPECT imaging. This facility is dedicated to the translation of novel imaging biomarkers for cancer and cardiovascular disease.

    The post holder will play a key role in the new MIRC facility, equipped with a new generation of compact cyclotron, to allow GMP synthesis of radiolabelled compounds for first-in-human PET studies and support of clinical trials with medical imaging. This is an exciting opportunity to join an interdisciplinary medical imaging research team, within a facility equipped with the latest technologies and to work alongside NHS staff, both contributing to and leading multi-disciplinary translational projects. You will be part of a team of radiochemists, pharmacists and biomedical scientists working closely with clinical colleagues at the MIRC at Castle Hill Hospital. The post holder will support the translation of imaging tracers from the PET Research centre to first-in-human studies and develop an independent funded programme of research in translational radiopharmaceutics. In the first instance, the post-holder will be part of the team bringing the MIRC facility through to MHRA approval in 2021. The post requires experience in radiotracer design and radiochemical synthesis along with understanding of GMP production.

    This position is being jointly advertised with post number HS0287 (Band 7).  Please note that 1 appointment will be made, this may be at either level.  Please complete the on-line application for both vacancies if you wish to be considered for both roles.  http://jobs.hull.ac.uk/HS0287


    Closing Date: 18 Oct 2020
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 18 Oct 2020

  • Post-Doctoral Research Associate

    Code: (FS0579)

    The Department of Engineering, University of Hull is seeking to recruit a highly motivated engineer or scientist for a post-doctoral research associate position in Energy System Modelling for the decarbonisation of heating and cooling. The successful candidate will develop holistic energy system models in collaboration with experts in geological, electrical and thermal engineering as well as economists and social scientists. These models will support technical, policy and regulatory developments in the decarbonisation of heating.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Ben Hughes (b.r.hughes@hull.ac.uk)

    Closing Date: 02 Oct 2020
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 02 Oct 2020

  • Professor and Head of Department of Criminology and Sociology

    Code: (FA0299)

                                                                            

    The University of Hull is seeking to appoint a Professor and Head of the Department of Criminology and Sociology who will take up the post as soon as possible. The role of Head of Department provides academic leadership for students and colleagues within the academic disciplines of the department.   This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing area within the faculty and work in a collegiate environment. The successful candidate will have experience of leadership and need to meet the threshold to be appointed at Professorial-level. The Head of Department is also a member of the Faculty Leadership Team and works with other Heads of Departments and Schools within the Faculty alongside the Faculty Academic Manager and Associate Deans. 

    The Faculty of Arts, Cultures, and Education was formed in 2017 to consolidate the University of Hull’s expertise and experience in delivering high-quality education and research across the main disciplines of the Faculty. Encompassing: the School of the Arts; the Department of Criminology; the Department of Languages and Philosophy; the School of Education; the Department of English and American Studies; and the Department of History. The Faculty has strong regional, national, and international links and relationships with partner organisations that enhance the work of the Faculty. The Faculty has benefited from the legacy of the 2017 City of Culture celebrations and is well placed to continue developing this work which spans across the various academic areas. With the appointment of a new Dean in July 2019, the Faculty has embarked upon an ambitious programme of work to update and transform its educational portfolio. Criminology is one of the largest disciplines in the Faculty and has grown its student numbers significantly in recent years and has been identified by the Faculty and the University as a key area for future growth and investment. A new undergraduate degree in Policing will be delivered from 21/22.                                                       

    The candidate pack provides a comprehensive overview of the duties of the role and particular competencies required for the post.

    For an informal conversation about the opportunity or for further information please contact the Dean of the Faculty, Professor Lucy Mazdon, by email (l.mazdon@hull.ac.uk).

    Candidates wishing to apply for this post should complete the short application and upload their CV and covering letter.

    Interviews are likely to take place during the month of October 2020. 

                                               

        

        

        

    Closing Date: 27 Sep 2020
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 27 Sep 2020

  • Professor and Head of Department - Sport, Health and Exercise Science

    Code: (HS0289)

    The Department of Sport, Health and Exercise Science (SHES) is an established and successful element of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Hull. It has a thriving undergraduate portfolio, encompassing areas such as rehabilitation, nutrition and sports coaching. This portfolio has been expanded recently with the development of a BSc Physiotherapy that will be taking its first cohort in September 2020. The Department also seeks to develop an MSc Dietetics programme for a 2021 start, to supplement the existing postgraduate taught portfolio. 

    The Department has a growing research profile and is working towards a strong REF submission in 2021. Its activities are supported by a range of teaching and research facilities, including the Health, Human Performance and Exercise Physiology laboratories, Performance Analysis suite and Environmental Chamber.   

    SHES is a critical part of the University’s partnership with Team GB – a relationship that we will be growing and strengthening over the coming years. 

    We are looking for a new Professor and Head of Department who will build on recent successes and develop a medium-to-long term strategy that supports growth and delivers an excellent staff and student experience. The successful candidate will be a senior academic with a strong background in Sport, Health and Exercise Science, a track record of excellence in management and leadership, and the drive to enhance staff and student experience. 

    Candidates wishing to apply for this post should complete the short application and upload their CV and covering letter.

    For an informal discussion, please contact Professor Una MacLeod, Interim Dean of Faculty and Dean of Hull York Medical School, E: U.M.Macleod@hull.ac.uk 

    Closing Date: 04 Oct 2020
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 04 Oct 2020

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  • Head of Engineering & Compliance

    Code: (ES0124)

    The University of Hull is operating in an increasingly complex, challenging and competitive environment.  

    We have therefore developed a renewed, ambitious and distinctive vision for the University – to shape a fairer, brighter, carbon-neutral future for all. That vision gives us a shared sense of purpose and direction, and something we can be all be proud to be a part of.

    As a part of this, we have committed to becoming the first University in the country to become Carbon Neutral, in time for our centenary year in 2027.

    Our values – inclusive, empowering and progressive reflect who we are and how we work to create a culture for success, as we continue to evolve to ensure that we adapt at pace to meet the needs of our students, collaborators and partners.

    The Head of Engineering and Compliance is a critical role in the Estates and Facilities Directorate, providing leadership and direction for all matters relating to the strategic and operational engineering management and compliance across an estate which is circa 250,000m2 consisting of 107 buildings with an annual operational turnover of £23m.

    It is an exciting time for the team, as we drive improvements in compliance, efficiency, customer service and performance as well as creating the opportunity to gain competitive advantages through our activity underpinned by a significant investment in the Estate in conjunction with a full modernisation programme across the team’s systems and processes. 

    Reporting to the Assistant Director of Estates, the Head of Engineering and Compliance will be a fully qualified Electrical or Mechanical Engineer and be an experienced, motivated professional with expertise in leading and driving change from an Engineering based planned/ reactive maintenance and project delivery stand point.

    The postholder will lead a large team and therefore have significant experience of being a key part of a large Estates and Facilities Directorate senior management team. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate significant experience and a high level of skill in the management of large and complex engineering services and teams and have a detailed understanding of relevant legislation, policy and guidance

    Specifically, the postholder will:

    • Provide professional mechanical and electrical engineering services across a number of functional areas including planned and reactive maintenance, alteration/refurbishment and new works ensuring all work is carried out efficiently and within all available resources.
    • Develop and lead the implementation of a planned preventative maintenance and reactive strategy and service ensuring full compliance with all relevant legislation, standards and guidance.
    • Support the delivery of major capital developments and own the University of Hull’s technical standards.

    Exemplary team working, leadership and management skills are critical to this role as is the ability to communicate and negotiate with a wide range of staff and stakeholders.

    For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Mr Paul Riley (Assistant Director of Estates) on tel: 01482 465084, or email: p.riley@hull.ac.uk


    Closing Date: 16 Oct 2020
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

    Closing Date: 16 Oct 2020

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Research VACANCIES

  • Post-Doctoral Research Associate

    Code: (FS0577)

    The Department of Engineering, University of Hull is seeking to recruit a highly motivated engineer or scientist for a post-doctoral research associate position in Computational Modelling for localised energy storage applications. The successful candidate will develop holistic and computational energy models in collaboration with experts in electrical and thermal engineering. These models will support technical, policy and regulatory developments in the end use energy demand sector.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Ben Hughes (b.r.hughes@hull.ac.uk)

    Closing Date: 04 Oct 2020
    Category: Researchers

    Closing Date: 04 Oct 2020

  • Research Assistant in Intelligent Heat Recovery

    Code: (FS0578)

    The Department of Engineering, University of Hull is seeking to recruit a highly motivated engineer for a research assistant position in Intelligent Heat Recovery. The project is funded by innovate Uk and led by Free Running Buildings Limited to develop a passive heat recovery unit for commercial exploitation.

    Closing Date: 02 Oct 2020
    Category: Researchers

    Closing Date: 02 Oct 2020

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