Applications are invited for an enthusiastic and motivated Band 6 / 7 Specialist Nurse / Clinical Scientist or Allied Health Professional with an interest in GI physiology and the pelvic floor to support the clinical and research portfolio in the GI physiology unit.
The unit is based within the Endoscopy Department of University Hospital Southampton, but may also involve working at our other local hospitals close to the main site. This is a temporary post to cover a period of maternity leave. You will support the GI physiology service in both adults and paediatrics and will participate in research and service development projects.
You will also be a key member of the pelvic floor service delivering behavioural therapy, biofeedback and advice. The GI Physiology department has strong links with local and regional gastrointestinal services, and has a national reputation for both clinical and research work, and you will be expected to be involved in multidisciplinary collaborations.
You must have relevant experience with a focus on GI Physiology and the pelvic floor. Applications will be considered from applicants with different expertise and experience who can demonstrate an enthusiasm to work in this field. Comprehensive training will be provided where necessary.
This is a part time role (3 days) to cover a fixed term of maternity leave. We’ve worked hard as a Trust to make improve the efficiency of our services and as a result, we are currently in financial surplus. We are one of England's largest acute teaching trusts and have recently been rated ‘Good’ by the CQC. In the latest national NHS Staff Survey we ranked;
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Dr Emma Jones - GI Physiology Service Lead
023 8120 6704