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Senior Lecturer in Clinical Dermatology

Hatfield, Hertfordshire

Closing Date: 30 January 2020

£40,322 – £51,034 pro rata pa
0.2fte working 7.4 hours per week

Ref: 025314

Main duties and responsibilities
You will join an enthusiastic, experienced dermatology team to contribute to the design, delivery, teaching and learning activities for postgraduate clinical dermatology programmes and short courses primarily relating to skin lesion management.

Your responsibilities include contributing to the development of external networks; participating in scholarly activity such as contributing to professional conferences and educational activities related to your dermatology expertise, and/or contributing to the School’s research portfolio.

You will contribute to a wide range of postgraduate teaching and learning activities for health professionals studying clinical dermatology. Teaching methods include lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical demonstrations, and use of multimedia technologies and e-learning.

Skills and Experience
You must have substantial proven post qualifying clinical experience in dermatology with evidence of current clinical practice in skin cancer; up to date clinical awareness of UK national guidance/management of skin lesions, skin cancer and dermatology; experience of collaborative working in multidisciplinary settings particularly skin cancer multi-disciplinary teams.

Applications are welcome from individuals wishing for an introduction to teaching in the Higher Education sector, supported by experienced colleagues, with the potential for increased hours.  However, you will have some experience of postgraduate teaching and learning in either a clinical or academic setting with ability to teach and foster a positive learning environment.

You must have excellent oral and written communication skills; good general IT and organisational skills and the ability to create and develop relevant synergies and professional networks.

Qualifications required
You must have a good honour’s degree in a relevant professional practice discipline and be registered with a relevant governing body in the UK as either a doctor or specialist nurse.

The University offers a range of benefits including a pension scheme, professional development, family friendly policies, a fee waiver of 50% for all children of staff under the age of 25 at the start of the course, discounted memberships at the Hertfordshire Sports Village and generous annual leave.

Contact Details/Informal Enquiries
Rebecca Penzer-Hick at r.penzer-hick@herts.ac.uk or Julia Schofield at j.k.schofield@herts.ac.uk

Closing date: 30 January 2020.

Interview date: 10 February 2020.

Dermatology Clinical Nurse Specialist (Band 6/7)

The Dermatology Partnership

We are looking for qualified nursing staff throughout the south east to join our partnership of established and new clinics.

The Dermatology Partnership is a group of state-of-the-art clinics with a focus on delivering high-quality, medical, consultant-led dermatology consultations and treatments. A growing group, our sites are located around the South East with teams of Consultant Dermatologists, Aesthetic Doctors, Nurses and Therapists who deliver evidence-based advice and treatments grounded in good governance, which our patients can rely on.

As a group, we strive to be the best in everything we do, from the clinical expertise of our consultants, therapists and nurses, to the operational systems and processes that we introduce to support them.

There are currently 4 clinics in the partnership; we have ambitious plans for growth aiming to have 15-20 clinics within the partnership within 5 years.

Experience in assisting consultants in minor ops, phototherapy and patch testing is essential.  The successful applicant must be able to work as part of a team alongside the consultant dermatologists and administration staff.

To be considered for the role you should have studied at degree level and hold an appropriate specialist course in dermatology or have previous relevant experience.

Suitable applicants will also need to have substantive nursing experience working in a similar clinical environment at Band 6 – 7.

Dermatology Nurse Specialist

Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust

Closing Date: 21 December 2019

Employer: Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust
Department: Dermatology
Location: Musgrove Park Hospital, Taunton, Somerset
Job Reference: 403-CRGEN129

Salary: £44,606 – £50,819 pa

We are currently recruiting into a new band 8A Dermatology Nurse Specialist post. If you have extensive Dermatology experience and would like the opportunity to lead and develop this service within a supportive team, then we would like to hear from you.

The ideal candidate will have strong leadership skills and work well within a multidisciplinary team, with a flexible working approach to meet the demands of the service. In return you will be provided with opportunities to continue your personal development both academically and clinically.

To apply for this post, please go to jobs.nhs.uk, job reference is 403-CRGEN129. The post will close on 21 December 2019.To make an appointment for an informal discussion about the role please call Alison Hurley on 01823 343977 or email her at Alison.hurley@tst.nhs.uk

Skin Cancer Specialist Nurses

London / Southampton / Portsmouth / Northampton

Check4Cancer is a cancer screening company for bowel, breast, cervical, lung, prostate and skin cancer. Our head office is based in Cambridge. We run clinics nationwide and are proud to have recently been awarded the Health Investor Award for Diagnostic Provider of the Year 2018.

The company’s team of cancer specialists has extensive clinical expertise, enabling Check4Cancer to become a trusted provider of evidence based, audited pathways to private individuals, leading UK insurance providers and the corporate sector. We ensure the highest standards are delivered to our clients at all times.

Due to the continued expansion in our services we are now recruiting skin cancer nurses to run our skin diagnosis clinics. Skin cancer specialist nurses work autonomously within the clinic setting, assessing clients using dermoscopy.  Our nurses are also expected to spend time with clients to provide education relevant to their skin health.

This is a unique and exciting role and enables you to work within a truly nurse led service.  You will be supported by a team of skin nurses, along with Consultants in skin cancer and plastic surgery and will report to the Clinical Services Director to ensure you are given the support that you require.  A comprehensive training package is in place so that you are fully trained before undertaking clinics.

Salary – Competitive (Equivalent to a Band 7/8) depending upon experience.

We currently have roles for full-time and part-time contracts in the following areas:-

London

Northampton

Portsmouth / Southampton

Ideally, you will be a car driver or have good transport links in order to travel to clinics.

If you are interested in finding out more information please contact Louise Mills, Clinical Services Director either by email louise@check4cancer.com