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Academic

  • Lecturer in OBHRM: Teaching and Research - Band 8

    Code: (BL0053)

    At Hull University Business School, we develop people and practices for a fast-changing and interconnected world. The school is an international community which, to echo our vision and mission, behaves with friendliness, openness, responsibility and integrity.

    The School is home to a vibrant and vigorous research community, which creates and disseminates internationally influential business, economics and management research. We are committed to pursuing research that is multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, trans-disciplinary and user-relevant. This distinctive research is central to the activities of the School and informs and enlivens all areas of our activity, including our learning and teaching.

    In order to build on our significant achievements to date, the school is recruiting to strengthen its staffing base. The subject group has two research groups focused on Comparative and international HRM and Organisation, Ethics and Society. It is home to funded research on age management/older workers and health and social policy. The Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour & Human Resource Management will join a business school based at Hull delivering established undergraduate degrees (in Accounting, Business, Business and Management, Economics, Management and Marketing, MSc programmes, and an MBA which is delivered in the UK and at overseas Centres. The School also offers professional development courses with local and national companies, and has a very strong PhD programme. The post holder will join the Organisational Behaviour & Human Resource Management Subject Group, which offers a CIPD-accredited specialised MSc in Human Resource Management, on a full-time and part-time basis. The post is based in Hull.

    The postholder will be expected to teach at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The postholder will have the opportunity to contribute to the wide range of activities found in a full-service Business School in line with their experience, level of appointment and career aspirations.

    The post holder will be expected to:

    • Teach in an area relevant to OB & HRM with specialisms in any two of the following areas: 
      • Employment relations;
      • Leadership;
      • Quantitative methods;
      • HRM;
      • Blended teaching;
      • Responsible business and sustainable development
    • Teach in areas relevant to research methods
    • Contribute to the OB & HRM Subject Group
    • Produce high quality research outputs ·Compete for research funding
    • Engage in curriculum development and design
    • Undertake any other reasonable duties as required.

    Applicants are required to submit a current CV and covering letter outlining how their qualifications and experience meet the Person Specification in the Job Description below.

    Closing Date: 10 Jan 2019
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 10 Jan 2019

  • Lecturer in Social Work

    Code: (HS0230)

    We are seeking to appoint a lecturer in Social Work who will join a forward thinking and enthusiastic team to deliver first-class professional training to undergraduate and postgraduate Social Work students.

    Applicants will, preferably, have a background in adult social work (in its variety of forms) and be Best Interests Assessor trained (desirable). You will be social work qualified and HCPC registered, with a good degree and we would expect applicants to either be near completion of their PhD, or, to have completed their doctoral study, when the post is taken up.

    You will need a sound knowledge (and experience) of contemporary developments in social work theory and practice and, preferably, have some experience of delivering training to students in either academic or practice related contexts, including CPD.

    This post presents an excellent opportunity for an early career researcher and/or practitioner keen to expand their knowledge and skills into the Higher Education sector.

    The successful applicant will be based in the Department of Psychological Health, Wellbeing and Social Work within the Faculty of Health Sciences.  The Faculty is vibrant and interdisciplinary delivering high quality teaching and research in social work, nursing, CBT, clinical psychology and a wide range of allied health disciplines. The Faculty aims to conduct world-leading research in health and social work which addresses regional, national and global issues in the health sciences field. Our research aims to be interdisciplinary and focused on patient and service user outcomes. Research in the Faculty is organised around research clusters; these include: Maternal and Reproductive Health; the Centre for Applied Research and Evaluation and Social and Psychological Research into Long Term Conditions (SPARC).

    This post requires a criminal records check through the Disclosure and Barring Service.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact either Dr Karin Cooper (Head of Department) Email Karin.cooper@hull.ac.uk Tel: 01482 463144 or Lisa Revell (Director of Social Work) Email Lisa.Revell@hull.ac.uk Tel: 01482 464697

    For information about the Department visit www.hull.ac.uk/faculties/fhs/shsw.aspx 

    Closing Date: 07 Jan 2019
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 07 Jan 2019

  • Senior Lecturer in Perinatal Mental Health

    Code: (HS0226)

    The Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Hull invite applications for the role of Senior Lecturer in Perinatal Mental Health.  This post will be based in the new Institute for Applied Clinical and Health Research. 

    The successful candidate will play a major role in the development, delivery, support and quality enhancement of perinatal mental health research. Candidates must be either a registered nurse or midwife and hold a PhD. All candidates require experience in the design, delivery and dissemination of perinatal research.

    The post is offered on a full-time permanent basis.  To discuss this position informally please contact: 

    Professor Colin Martin, Email: C.R.Martin@hull.ac.uk T: 01482 463708

    Professor Julie Jomeen, Email: j.jomeen@hull.ac.uk  T: 01482 464581

    Closing Date: 04 Jan 2019
    Category: Academic

    Closing Date: 04 Jan 2019

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Clinical academic

  • Clinical Senior Lecturer in Medical Education / Phase II Academic Lead, MB BS

    Code: (HY0246)

    The Hull York Medical School (HYMS) invites applications for the clinical academic position of Senior Lecturer in Medical Education/Phase II Academic Lead MB BS. This is an exciting role which should appeal to applicants with a strong established educational profile, who are seeking to continue to develop as a leader in undergraduate medical education.

    HYMS is based in the two well-established universities of Hull and York and offers an innovative, contemporary medical education programme that produces very high quality doctors who are also equipped to be the professional and academic leaders of the future. The Phase Leads for each Phase of the HYMS undergraduate MB BS curriculum are central to the effective leadership and co-ordination of the undergraduate curriculum. Each Phase Lead maintains overall responsibility for curriculum design, development, delivery, assessment and evaluation within their Phase.

    The substantive and ongoing post will be as Senior Lecturer in Medical Education with a three year fixed term appointment as Phase II Lead, with the option to renew. HYMS has recently undergone a curriculum renewal of Phase II of its programme with the full implementation during 2018/19. The post holder will be responsible for the final development and delivery of this renewal and the immediate evaluation of its implementation.

    The post requires wide experience of planning, delivery and leadership of education in a clinical context. An appropriate postgraduate qualification in education, or an interest in pursuing one, is required.

    You will be an experienced clinician with full GMC registration with five or more years’ experience as a qualified practitioner. You should be fully conversant with the requirements of the HYMS MB BS curriculum and an experienced educator.

    The post will be 0.6 FTE with an expectation that your clinical commitments will be taken up to 0.4 FTE in addition.

    To discuss this role informally please contact Professor Martin Veysey, MB BS Programme Director E: martin.veysey@hyms.ac.uk T: 01904 321766

    Applicants are required to submit a current CV and covering letter outlining how their qualifications and experience meet the Person Specification in the Job Description below.

    Closing Date: 21 Jan 2019
    Category: Clinical Academics

    Closing Date: 21 Jan 2019

  • Deputy Programme Director, MBBS

    Code: (7149)

    The Hull York Medical School is seeking to appoint a high-calibre clinician educator as Deputy Director of its flagship MBBS programme. The role is available at senior lecturer level. The successful applicant will be a leader in medical education and help Hull York Medical School develop its national and international reputation for quality and innovation. We welcome interest from talented and exceptional clinical academics with an impressive educational profile appropriate to the level of application, and a collegiate approach to their work.

    You will be a dynamic clinician, teacher and researcher with a track-record in the field of medical education. Combined with a dedication to high-quality teaching and excellent student satisfaction, we are recognised consistently for our family-friendly policies and are proud of our Athena SWAN Silver Award.

    You will join us at an exciting juncture in our continued growth and maturity offering an exciting opportunity to develop research, teaching and leadership skills. You will offer academic leadership and support the delivery of all aspects of the Hull York Medical School MBBS programme. The post-holder will have overall responsibility for:

    • Supporting the Programme Director in delivering all aspects of the Hull York Medical School MBBS programme
    • Working with colleagues to ensure an excellent student experience by engaging with the students and other stakeholders
    • Developing a student-centred plan of quality improvement projects that are designed to lift the student experience
    • Ensuring MBBS students receive high quality, timely assessment and feedback and student support, working with the relevant academic leads.

    Skills, Experience & Qualification needed

    • Primary medical qualification registrable with a licence to practice with the GMC
    • Higher degree in relevant field of study •Postgraduate teaching qualification and Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy
    • Specialist knowledge in medical education and a record of substantial achievement
    • Clear contemporary understanding of the NHS and UK higher education
    • Research expertise with a substantial recent publication record in leading peer-reviewed journal
    • Demonstrated evidence of strong leadership and significant management skills
    • Experience of leading organisational change in complex organisations

    Salary will be consistent with the Clinical Academic salary scale.

    To apply

    Informal enquiries may be directed to Professor Una Macleod (una.macleod@hyms.ac.uk) or Professor Martin Veysey (martin.veysey@hyms.ac.uk)

    Closing Date: 21 Jan 2019
    Category: Clinical Academics

    Closing Date: 21 Jan 2019

  • Clinical Senior Lecturer in Clinical Oncology

    Code: (HY0237)

    Applications are invited for a Clinical Senior Lecturer in Clinical Oncology. This is a joint appointment between the Hull York Medical School and Hull and East Yorkshire NHS Trust. Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust are a University teaching hospital affiliated with the Hull York Medical School (HYMS).

    This is an exciting time to join the Hull York Medical School. The University of Hull has ambitious plans for research growth: our vision is to be a world leader in well-designed applied health research, and to conduct outstanding research of relevance to our local area. This vision is being enabled by a £28m investment by the University in a new Health Campus development and the establishment of an Institute for Clinical and Applied Health Research. The formation of the Institute is supported by a major investment in academic staff and the establishment of strong methods and support infrastructure, including a new clinical trials unit.  We have attracted 14 new academic staff in the last 18 months. 

    This is an opportunity for a clinical academic (expected 50:50) in Oncology to join this growing group of academics. The appointee will be expected to develop their own research programme within the HYMS research strategy and to obtain external funding. They will be expected to provide teaching for the School’s programmes, including the MB BS and postgraduate offerings. The appointee will be an experienced, motivated and enthusiastic medical academic with a strong background in clinical research and a commitment to research, innovative service provision and education. 

    The NHS base for the post will be in the Queen’s centre for oncology and haematology at Castle Hill Hospital. This facility has 6 LINACs with the ability to perform IMRT and SABR. The department has an internationally renowned department of radiation physics. Additionally, the site has a PET-CT scanner and will have an onsite cyclotron opening in 2019. This will allow the clinical use of novel PET isotopes which may be useful in advanced radiotherapy planning.

    Informal enquiries and visits will be welcomed. For further information, please contact Professor Una Macleod, Dean, Hull York Medical School, tel: 01482 463757; email: una.macleod@hyms.ac.uk or Professor M.J. Lind (Cancer Research Group Lead), email: m.j.lind@hull.ac.uk

    Closing Date: 21 Jan 2019
    Category: Clinical Academics

    Closing Date: 21 Jan 2019

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Operational/Admin support/Manual/Specialist

Professional, Management and Senior Administration

  • Research Excellence Framework (REF) Support Officer

    Code: (AE0151)

    The University of Hull has been shaping the future since 1927. With a vision that emphasises the pursuit of research excellence, impact and knowledge exchange, our plans are bold and ambitious. Research conducted at the University of Hull led to the development of liquid crystal display (LCD) screens, the technology behind bone density scanners (used to detect osteoporosis), and ‘lab-on-a-chip’ microdevice technology.  We are incredibly ambitious about our research agenda and we are building on our strengths to further the impact of our research.

    Research and Innovation has been a key part of the University’s mission statement since it was founded, and we are aiming to significantly increase our level of Research & Enterprise-related activities, outputs and impact as part of the University’s strategic plan (2016-2020).

    We are seeking a motivated and well-organised individual to work in the University’s central Research and Innovation Directorate to support the University’s preparations for the 2021 Research Excellence Framework (REF 2021). The REF Support Officer will assist in the management of the University’s REF 2021 submission, ensuring close alignment with University’s research and REF strategies. The role will require strong analytical and communication skills and will work to operationalise REF guidance and criteria, manage data collection processes, analyse data and produce reports, and assist in the management of all internal REF processes. The REF Support Officer will work closely with academic and professional services staff at all levels to manage, prepare and provide feedback on all elements of the REF submission.

    The post holder will report to the Research Excellence Manager and work with the Director of Research and Innovation and senior academic, and other professional colleagues from across the University to contribute to the University’s preparations for REF 2021.

    This is a fixed-term role until 31st March 2021. To discuss this role informally, please contact Dr Andrew Taylor, Research Excellence Manager, E a.f.taylor@hull.ac.uk 

    Interviews will be held in late January or early February 2019.


    Closing Date: 09 Jan 2019
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

    Closing Date: 09 Jan 2019

  • Research Manager

    Code: (FA0264)

    The Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education (FACE) was formed in 2017 and is constituted from six academic units: 1) School of The Arts, 2) Department of Criminology and Sociology, 3) Department of History, 4) School of Education, 5) Department of English and American Studies and, 6) Department of Languages and Philosophy.

    The Research Manager works on behalf of the Faculty Business Manager, with professional guidance from the Associate Dean for Research, to lead strategic coordination of research across the Faculty. 

    We are seeking to appoint an outstanding professional who, with professional guidance from the Associate Dean for Research, will support the development and delivery of Faculty and School/Department research strategies. The post holder will lead a small, high impact research office who will have the responsibility to develop service provision to support the Faculty’s research ambitions. The post holder will report to the Faculty Business Manager, who leads the Professional Services team within the Faculty. 

    The duties include (but are not limited to):

    • Lead the Faculty Research Office team and the development of service provision to support research: including provision of research facilitation, supporting ethical and peer review processes, process improvement, performance monitoring, projects, conferences and seminar programmes, management of applications for professional development and administration of postgraduate research students.
    • Support the Associate Dean for Research, Research co-ordinators and Research Cluster/Centre leads in developing and implementing research strategies, policies and plans.
    • Work with Faculty, School and University Marketing & Communication teams to increase the profile of research and promote research success.
    • Provide project management support from time to time for Faculty and School research initiatives.
    • Manage the Faculty Research Office.

    Applications are sought from experienced professionals, prepared to work flexibly and collegiately.  The successful candidate will need to have proven communication skills to foster good working relationships with the Faculty’s management team and University service teams.  

    If you would like to discuss this role informally, please contact Simon Green, Associate Dean Research s.t.green@hull.ac.uk or Sarah Londesborough, Faculty Business Manager s.londesborough@hull.ac.uk

    For information about the Faculty visit https://www.hull.ac.uk/faculties/face.aspx

    Closing Date: 07 Jan 2019
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

    Closing Date: 07 Jan 2019

  • Research Study Administrator

    Code: (HY0249)

    This post is fixed term, part time (25.5 hours per week) for approximately 18 months.


    The post-holder will be responsible for providing administrative and secretarial support for research projects, principally PEOPLE-Hull, a Yorkshire Cancer Research project aiming to improve earlier diagnosis of lung cancer.   


    Tasks will include transcription of interview data with the public and professionals, data entry from surveys and data collection forms, setting up of databases, organising project management meetings, project conferences, typing up minutes and providing administration support for the project researchers.


    The role requires a high level of administrative experience; skill and knowledge that will help support the projects. With excellent organisational and communication skills the post holder will be expected to contribute to the ongoing improvement through process reviews to ensure quality assured office practices and procedures are established and maintained.


    As part of a professional research team, the role requires knowledge and experience of the standard office packages, as well as enthusiasm and flexibility to contribute to a demanding workload and the need to be able to react to the changing requirements of this varied role.   Experience of working within an NHS and/or research environment would be highly advantageous.


    This post requires an enhanced clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service for Adult Workforce.


    To discuss this role informally, please contact Christine Tomlinson, T 01482 462215, E christine.tomlinson@hyms.ac.uk 


    For information about the department visit www.hyms.ac.uk 


    Closing Date: 01 Jan 2019
    Category: Professional, Management and Snr Admin

    Closing Date: 01 Jan 2019

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Research VACANCIES

  • Research Associate (Evidence Synthesis)

    Code: (HY0250)

    Job Details

    This post is part of the ‘TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire - funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research’ programme.

    Cancer outcomes are poorer in Yorkshire than in England as a whole, and are especially poor in Hull. People with higher socioeconomic status have substantially better health than those with lower socioeconomic status; this is also true in relation to cancer outcomes. Yorkshire Cancer Research (YCR) has awarded the University of Hull a £4.9m programme of research to tackle these cancer inequalities. We aim to address key gaps in knowledge related to inequalities in experience of and outcomes from cancer, especially related to age and socio-economic differences, in the following areas: early diagnosis and detection, patient management, survivorship and palliative care.

    We are recruiting to Senior Fellowship posts within this programme, and this post holder will work as part of the team to support pilot/feasibility work and the development of funding proposals. They will also work closely with our TRANSFORM information specialist. Initially, the focus will be on undertaking scoping reviews around cancer research within the Primary Care and Palliative Care Research Group.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Una Macleod, Dean of Hull York Medical School, una.macleod@hyms.ac.uk , 01482 463757

    For information about Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk

    This post requires an enhanced DBS check - Adult Workforce.

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 18 Jan 2019
    Category: Researchers

    Closing Date: 18 Jan 2019

  • Research Associate in Cancer Statistics

    Code: (HY0251)

    Job Details

    This post is part of the ‘TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire - funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research’ programme.

    Cancer outcomes are poorer in Yorkshire than in England as a whole, and are especially poor in Hull. People with higher socioeconomic status have substantially better health than those with lower socioeconomic status; this is also true in relation to cancer outcomes. Yorkshire Cancer Research (YCR) has awarded the University of Hull a £4.9m programme of research to tackle these cancer inequalities. We aim to address key gaps in knowledge related to inequalities in experience of and outcomes from cancer, especially related to age and socio-economic differences, in the following areas: early diagnosis and detection, patient management, survivorship and palliative care.

    We are recruiting to Senior Fellowship posts within this programme, and this post holder will work as part of the team to support pilot/feasibility work and the development of funding proposals. The successful candidate will have experience in observational and experimental study design and data analysis. 

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Miriam Johnson: Miriam.johnson@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 463309 

    For information about Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk 

    This post requires an enhanced DBS check - Adult Workforce. 

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 18 Jan 2019
    Category: Researchers

    Closing Date: 18 Jan 2019

  • Research Fellow in Cancer Statistics

    Code: (HY0252)

    Job Details

    This post is part of the ‘TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire - funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research’ programme.

    Cancer outcomes are poorer in Yorkshire than in England as a whole, and are especially poor in Hull. People with higher socioeconomic status have substantially better health than those with lower socioeconomic status; this is also true in relation to cancer outcomes. Yorkshire Cancer Research (YCR) has awarded the University of Hull a £4.9m programme of research to tackle these cancer inequalities. We aim to address key gaps in knowledge related to inequalities in experience of and outcomes from cancer, especially related to age and socio-economic differences, in the following areas: early diagnosis and detection, patient management, survivorship and palliative care.

    We are recruiting to Senior Fellowship posts within this programme, and this post holder will work as part of the team to support pilot/feasibility work and the development of funding proposals. The successful candidate will have experience in observational and experimental study design and data analysis. 

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Miriam Johnson: Miriam.johnson@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 463309 

    For information about Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk 

    This post requires an enhanced DBS check - Adult Workforce.

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 18 Jan 2019
    Category: Researchers

    Closing Date: 18 Jan 2019

  • Yorkshire Cancer Research Senior Fellowship

    Code: (HY0253)

    Job Details

    This post is part of the ‘TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire - funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research’ programme.

    Cancer outcomes are poorer in Yorkshire than in England as a whole and especially poor in Hull. People with higher socioeconomic status have substantially better health than those with lower socioeconomic status; this is also true of cancer outcomes. Yorkshire Cancer Research has awarded the University of Hull a £4.9m programme of research to tackle these cancer inequalities. As a result of this investment we are seeking to recruit a senior researcher to lead this programme of research. We have configured this as a personal Senior Fellowship and it will be accompanied by an attractive package to support research and personal development. The appointed Fellow will oversee this programme which will include four Career Development Fellows (at Band 8), while establishing themselves as a leader in applied cancer research. All these fellowships will address key gaps in knowledge related to inequalities in experience of and outcomes from cancer, especially related to age and socio-economic differences in the following areas: early diagnosis and detection, patient management, survivorship and palliative care. 

    The University of Hull has ambitious plans for research growth in applied health and clinical research: our vision is to be a world leader in well-designed applied health research, and to conduct outstanding research of relevance to our local area. This vision is being enabled by a £28m investment by the University in a new Health Campus development and the establishment of an Institute for Clinical and Applied Health Research (ICAHR). The formation of the Institute is supported by a major investment in academic staff and the establishment of strong methods and support infrastructure. The award by Yorkshire Cancer Research dovetails with this investment by the University of Hull. This Fellowship will be based in this new Institute, either within Hull York Medical School (HYMS) or the School of Health and Social Work (SHSW) depending on the best fit of the Fellow. Both are now Schools within a new Faculty of Health Sciences, which also includes the School of Life Sciences. It will be based within the new Allam Medical Building which opened in Summer 2017. 

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Una Macleod; una.macleod@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 463757, or Professor Miriam Johnson; Miriam.johnson@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 463309, or Professor Mike Lind; m.j.lind@hull.ac.uk, 01482 461318

    For information about Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk 

    This post requires an enhanced DBS check - Adult Workforce.

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 01 Feb 2019
    Category: Researchers

    Closing Date: 01 Feb 2019

  • Yorkshire Cancer Research Career Development Fellowship

    Code: (HY0254)

    Job Details

    There are 4 posts available, all of which will be part of the ‘TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire - funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research’ programme.

    Cancer outcomes are poorer in Yorkshire than in England as a whole and especially poor in Hull. People with higher socioeconomic status have substantially better health than those with lower socioeconomic status; this is also true of cancer outcomes. Yorkshire Cancer Research has awarded the University of Hull a £4.9m programme of research to tackle these cancer inequalities. As a result of this investment we are seeking to recruit five applied health scientists as career development fellows to take forward applied cancer research. These prestigious fellowships will address key gaps in knowledge related to inequalities in experience of and outcomes from cancer, especially related to age and socio-economic differences in the following three areas: early diagnosis and detection, patient management, survivorship and palliative care. 

    Each of these fellowships will be accompanied by an attractive package to support research and personal development and the expectation is that the postholders will use these fellowships to establish themselves as independent applied heath researchers with expertise in cancer and outcomes and /or care. 

    The University of Hull has ambitious plans for research growth to become a world leader in applied health and clinical research, and to conduct outstanding research of relevance to our local area. This vision is being enabled by a £28m investment by the University in a new Health Campus development and the establishment of an Institute for Clinical and Applied Health Research (ICAHR), dovetailing with the Yorkshire Cancer Research award. The formation of the Institute is supported by a major investment in academic staff and the establishment of strong methods and support infrastructure. The Yorkshire Cancer Research Career Development Fellows will be based in this new Institute, either within Hull York Medical School (HYMS) or the School of Health and Social Work (SHSW) depending on the best fit of the Fellow. Both are Schools within the Faculty of Health Sciences, which also includes the School of Life Sciences. It will be based within the new Allam Medical Building which opened in Summer 2017. 

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Una Macleod; una.macleod@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 463757, or Professor Miriam Johnson; Miriam.johnson@hyms.ac.uk, 01482 463309, or Professor Mike Lind; m.j.lind@hull.ac.uk, 01482 461318 

    For information about Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk 

    This post requires an enhanced DBS check - Adult Workforce.

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 01 Feb 2019
    Category: Researchers

    Closing Date: 01 Feb 2019

  • Research Fellow (Evidence Synthesis)

    Code: (HY0255)

    Job Details

    This post is part of the ‘TRANSFORMing Cancer Outcomes in Yorkshire - funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research’ programme.

    Cancer outcomes are poorer in Yorkshire than in England as a whole, and are especially poor in Hull. People with higher socioeconomic status have substantially better health than those with lower socioeconomic status; this is also true in relation to cancer outcomes. Yorkshire Cancer Research (YCR) has awarded the University of Hull a £4.9m programme of research to tackle these cancer inequalities. We aim to address key gaps in knowledge related to inequalities in experience of and outcomes from cancer, especially related to age and socio-economic differences, in the following areas: early diagnosis and detection, patient management, survivorship and palliative care.

    We are recruiting to Senior Fellowship posts within this programme, and this post holder will work as part of the team to support pilot/feasibility work and the development of funding proposals. They will also work closely with our TRANSFORM information specialist. Initially, the focus will be on undertaking scoping reviews around cancer research within the Primary Care and Palliative Care Research Group.

    To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Una Macleod, Dean of Hull York Medical School, una.macleod@hyms.ac.uk , 01482 463757

    For information about Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk

    This post requires an enhanced DBS check - Adult Workforce.

    Requirements

    Applications for this post can be made by completing a short online personal details form, and uploading your CV, covering letter, publications and any other relevant information.

    Closing Date: 18 Jan 2019
    Category: Researchers

    Closing Date: 18 Jan 2019

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