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Academic vacancies

Ref: 881

Salary: Starting at £31,342 and rising to £37,394 per annum. It is normal to appoint at the first point of the salary scale.

Fixed term for 24 months, part time (3 days per week, 0.6 WTE)

Closing date for applications: 27 November 2014

Expected start date: 1 January 2015

To apply and for further information, please visit sussex.ac.uk/aboutus/jobs/881


Applications are invited from highly motivated post-doctoral graduates in epidemiology or closely related discipline (i.e. social science, public health, medical statistics, or equivalent) to work as a Research Fellow with Dr Anjum Memon in the Division of Primary Care and Public Health.

The post-holder will provide support for the continuation and completion of existing research projects in epidemiology/public health, and development of new projects in areas of chronic disease epidemiology, with a focus on cancer epidemiology. The post requires a high degree of personal initiative, attention to detail and excellent research, data analysis and organisational skills. 

The post-holder will be expected to engage in collaborative research activity resulting in high-quality conference presentations and publications in peer-reviewed journals; and to develop research proposals and grant applications to obtain research funding.

Contact for informal discussion about the post: Dr Anjum Memon (a.memon@bsms.ac.uk; T: 01273 644442)

Ref: 857

Salary: Starting at £31,342 and rising to £37,394 per annum. It is normal to appoint at the first point of the salary scale.

Fixed term for 3 years, full time.

Closing date for applications: 2 December 2014

Provisional interview date: 10 December 2014

Expected start date: 2 February 2015

To apply and for further information, please visit sussex.ac.uk/aboutus/jobs/857


This post provides an excellent opportunity to be involved in a broad range of cutting-edge imaging research. The successful candidate will assist in the development and implementation of functional and quantitative MR studies at the Clinical Imaging Sciences Centre (CISC), which is part of the Brighton and Sussex Medical School, situated at the University of Sussex.

The post-holder will be required to design scanning protocols, optimize MR techniques and assist with the analysis and interpretation of imaging data. In addition, the post-holder will be supported and expected to pursue their own research themes.

The post-holder will provide technical support for a range of peripheral MR equipment and train the researchers in its use. The role also involves liaising and working closely with the radiographers at CISC and the current medical physics support, including the Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals Medical Physics team.

Computer skills including familiarity with Windows and Linux operating system are essential. Previous experience in using programming languages e.g. MATLAB and stimulus presentation packages e.g. Presentation, Eprime MRI is also desirable.  Candidates will need to demonstrate they have good problem solving and analytical skills.

Candidates should have an appropriate degree (Physics/Engineering/ or other appropriate field).

For further information and to arrange a visit, please contact Nick Dowell on 01273 876770 or email N.G.Dowell@bsms.ac.uk


Non-academic vacancies

Ref: 856

Salary: Starting at £27,864 and rising to £31,342 per annum. It is normal to appoint at the first point of the salary scale.

Fixed term for 3 years, full time.

Closing date for applications: 20 November 2014

To apply and for further information, please visit sussex.ac.uk/aboutus/jobs/856


Applications are invited for a highly motivated graduate to work as a Research Assistant with Professor Sube Banerjee, Chair in Dementia, and the SPFT, within the Centre for Dementia Studies, and specifically on an innovative project funded by Health Education Kent, Surrey and Sussex (HEKSS). The project, ‘Time for Dementia’, is a longitudinal clerkship in dementia; an innovative educational initiative that aims to engage and develop undergraduate students’ understanding of dementia and long term conditions and enhance undergraduate curricula to help cultivate a positive culture and perception of dementia, long term conditions, older people and family carers. This is one of many projects being coordinated as part of the HEKSS dementia skills development strategy. The initiative is being delivered as a partnership with Brighton and Sussex Medical School, the University of Surrey and the Alzheimer’s Society and will be located within the Department of Medical Education, where Dr Inam Haq, Director of Undergraduate Education, is project lead.

The successful applicant will be a researcher with appropriate level of qualification with the interest and ambition to pursue high quality research in dementia. The post will include coordinating and completing fieldwork with a post-doctoral research fellow.

Previous experience in conducting clinical research, particularly if relevant to older people, people with dementia or mental health services, is highly desirable. Informal enquiries about the project should be directed to Prof Sube Banerjee (s.banerjee@bsms.ac.uk) or Dr Inam Haq (I.Haq@bsms.ac.uk)

Candidates are encouraged to familiarise themselves with the range of research activity undertaken by Prof Banerjee and the Centre for Dementia Studies.

Ref: 855

Salary: (Grade 7 OR Grade 6, dependent on relevant skills and experience.) Grade 7 starting at £31,342 and rising to £37,394 per annum. Grade 6 starting at £27,864 and rising to £31,342 per annum. It is normal to appoint at the first point of the salary scale.

Permanent, full time.

Closing date for applications: 24 November 2014

Provisional date for interviews: 1 December 2014

To apply and for further information, please visit sussex.ac.uk/aboutus/jobs/855


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.

Due to the expansion of our imaging services 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 essential. 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 grade they are applying for on th.

HPC registration is essential.

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


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