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Thank you for your interest in working for Brighton and Sussex Medical School.
For full details of the vacancies and to apply please visit the University of Sussex or University of Brighton websites (unless otherwise stated).
Salary: £38,511 to £45,954 per annum
Full time, permanent
Closing date for applications: 07 July 2015
To apply and for further information, please visit sussex.ac.uk/aboutus/jobs/173
Applications are invited for the post of Lecturer in Global Health at Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS), a career-grade teaching and research position. This post forms an important element in the expansion of Global Health at BSMS in both teaching and research. The successful candidate will be responsible for innovative development and delivery of the recently established MSc in Global Health at BSMS. The post holder will also be expected to contribute to the planning and delivery of undergraduate teaching in Global Health and develop their own programme of impactful research capitalising on the many opportunities for interdisciplinary research at BSMS and both parent Universities. BSMS was successful in its bid to become a Wellcome Trust Centre for Global Health Research and has a vibrant research programme with extensive links to institutions around the world. Brighton & Sussex Medical School is a joint venture between the Universities of Brighton and Sussex and received its first medical students in 2003. Since then it has proved to be exceptionally popular and in recent admissions rounds has continued to achieve one of the highest application rates of any UK medical school
Salary: Grade 6 or Grade 7
(one post, grade dependent on candidate skills and relevant experience)
Grade 6: £27,864 to £31,342
Grade 7: £31,342 to £37,394 per annum.
Permanent, full time
Closing date for applications: 5 July 2015
Expected start date: August 2015
To apply and for further information, please visit sussex.ac.uk/aboutus/jobs/174
This post provides an ideal opportunity to be involved in both research and clinical MRI and PETCT at the Clinical Imaging Sciences Centre (CISC), which is part of the Brighton and Sussex Medical School, situated at the University of Sussex.
We are currently looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join our small team and work alongside researchers and health care professionals undertaking research for both the University and clinical trials, as well as providing clinical services for the NHS and other sectors.
Previous experience in MRI is preferred. You will be required to participate in both imaging modalities and full training will be given where necessary. You will also be required to support undergraduate and post graduate training.
There will be a preference for a suitably qualified grade 7 radiographer but applications are invited for both grades. Candidates are asked to specify which post they are applying for.
HPC registration is essential, the successful candidate will also be required to undertake appropriate DBS clearance for this role.
For further information and to arrange a visit, please contact Jan Bush, Head of Radiography on 01273 876720 or email J.Bush@bsms.ac.uk
Salary: £27,864 to £31,342 per annum pro rata
Full time, permanent
Closing date for applications: 24 July 2015
Interviews expected to tkae place on: 12 August 2015
To apply and for further information, please visit sussex.ac.uk/aboutus/jobs/257
We are looking for a self-motivated, hard working person to act as a senior laboratory technician for a growing medical school with a diverse research portfolio. They will primarily take responsibility for managing and maintaining tissue culture suites and a rapidly expanding Tissue Bank as well as assisting the building manager, Dr Natalie Chaplin.
The post requires a proactive approach, initiative, the ability to work both independently and as part of a team, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills. The post holder will be highly organised, with a positive and flexible approach to work in order to deal with a variety of requests and tasks.
The successful candidate will ideally be educated to Masters level or equivalent, have extensive experience of cell culture techniques, molecular biology and an understanding of health & safety as it relates to labs with biological and chemical hazards. Experience in maintaining and setting-up databases is also required as well as some understanding of the Human Tissue Act as it relates to the acquisition and storage of clinical samples. Some laboratory managerial experience would be an added benefit. Ideally, this post would suit an experienced scientist looking to eventually move into technical services management for which there may be future opportunities for career advancement.
BSMS is a growing medical school which is developing a Human Tissue Bank, where there are opportunities for participating in research projects focused around the Tissue Bank, as part of a highly interactive research environment where a number of groups are involved in similar research themes. Current projects that would benefit from technical support include the investigation of the role(s) of innate immune receptors in the pathogenesis of osteoarthritis (led by Dr Sandra Sacre); the role(s) of oxidative stress in mediating inflammation in rheumatological diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and gout (led by Dr Lisa Mullen); aspects of infection (Prof Florian Kern, Dr Martin Llewelyn and Dr Simon Waddell) and investigations into cancer biology (Dr Sarah Newbury and Dr Tim Chevassut). Thus, beyond the general technical support role, there will be opportunities for the successful and interested candidate to provide support to the experimental work involved in the projects above, including isolation of cells from blood, development of cellular assays to measure markers of inflammation and the cloning and expression of recombinant proteins.
Job sharers welcome; please indicate your preferred days and hours.
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