Jobs in PID
Recruiting non-clinical early Career Researchers
Newcastle University has launched a new large-scale recruitment process for highly motivated non-clinical early career researchers who are ready to take the first steps towards building their independent careers.
Closing date is 10 March 2019.
Applications are welcome in the field of Immunology, Inflammation and Immunotherapy.
The offer takes the form of a 5-year Academic Track fellowship:
- five years' salary (£40,792 - £48,676)
- initial fixed term appointment with expected progression to an open-ended faculty contract, subject to formal review after 3-4 years
- start-up costs and ongoing research expenses (up to £50k, subject to research programme needs)
- funding for a PhD student associated with your research project
- dedicated mentors with world-class expertise and significant research management experience
- the opportunity to join and participate in our world-class research centres and facilities
- extensive training opportunities including a bespoke personal development plan
- peer support from a cross-disciplinary cohort of talented early career researchers providing further networking, development and collaboration opportunities
- support for mobility to work with external partners
- provision for career breaks and career break returners
- full flexibility to incorporate job share and less-than-full-time working
- funds to overcome potential barriers to career development associated with protected characteristics
Closing date is 10 March 2019. For more details please see the NUAcT webpage or contact the III Theme leads, Sophie Hambleton ( ) or Andrew Mellor ( ).