To be tailored to each healthcare employer
|Name of designated organisation||(xxxxxx)|
|Location||Based in host training department with regular travel to academic institution and rotation into hospitals usually local to host department for completion of curriculum and learning outcomes.|
|Job title||Trainee Healthcare Scientist (pathway)|
|Grade||AfC Band 6|
|Responsible to||Designated Training Coordinator/Officer|
|Accountable to||Head of Department|
|Tenure||3 years fixed term (supernumerary)|
|Hours of work||37.5 hours per week|
|Liaises with||Liaises with other technical and scientific staff of department /section, and other Trainee Healthcare Scientists across a wide range of departments.|
|Key working relationships||The trainee will work closely with the training coordinator/officer and more senior members of staff to follow the curriculum for the Modernising Scientific Careers Scientist Training Programme.
The trainee will work in specified areas of the department and be responsible to the Designated Training Coordinator/Officer for their own work and progression through the scheme.
All trainees will be expected to travel to national academic and other courses regularly throughout their training – in some cases this may involve overnight and/or residential stays. Trainees will undertake a master’s degree course at a designated academic institution specific for the training pathway. Trainees will be expected to rotate both through the host department, as well as through other local/regional/national scientific services, in order to complete the required pathway work based curricula.
Trainees will be a part of a national training programme and will be registered with the National School of Healthcare Science based in the West Midlands Multi-professional Workforce Deanery.