Specialty

  • Audiology
  • Cancer Genomics
  • Cardiac Science
  • Clinical Biochemistry
  • Clinical Bioinformatics Genomics
  • Clinical Engineering
  • Clinical Immunology
  • Clinical Microbiology
  • Clinical Scientific Computing
  • Genomic Counselling
  • Genomics
  • Imaging with non-Ionising Radiation
  • Medical Physics - undefined
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Radiation Safety and Diagnostic Radiology
  • Radiotherapy Physics
  • Reconstructive Science
  • Respiratory and Sleep Science
  • Vascular Science

Trust

  • Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
  • East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust
  • Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
  • Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust
  • Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust
  • Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust
  • University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
  • University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust

Audiology – Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

The Adult and Paediatric Audiology services in Berkshire covers a broad population base across 5 different community sites located in Windsor, Maidenhead, Bracknell and Slough. We offer diagnostic and rehabilitative services to patients of all ages including those referred from birth. We are an exciting and social department who specialise in all complex adult, paediatric and balance assessment and rehabilitation. We are an IQIPS accredited service.

Audiology – Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

At Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust we provide a comprehensive audiology service covering all audiological disciplines. Our adult audiology service includes the fitting of routine and non-routine hearing aids, complex diagnostics, vestibular assessment. hearing therapy and tinnitus management. Our paediatric audiology service includes assessing babies referred from the Newborn Hearing Screening Programme, the behavioural and objective assessment of children of all ages and the habilitation of children with hearing loss. We also have an auditory implant programme where we assess patients’ suitability for Cochlear Implants, Bone Anchored Hearing Aids and Middle Ear Implants, and manage the fitting, programming, maintenance, and evaluation of these devices. You would be joining a large team comprising Clinical Scientists (Audiology), audiologists, assistant audiologists and administrative colleagues. We have significant experience of training including degree apprenticeship and PTP schemes as well as the STP programme, and the department has a designated Audiology Training Lead. The service has undergone significant development over recent years, and we are actively working towards IQIPS accreditation. You will be based at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, although occasional travel to clinics across Oxfordshire may be required (e.g. Banbury, Didcot, Wantage). The department offers flexible working arrangements.

Audiology – Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust

  • 2 posts
  • South East

Training is mainly based at Reading although some training is essential at local hospitals within commutable distance. One first year rotation is in Oxford.

Audiology – University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

Will need to be able to travel to outstations. Adult Audiology placement outsourced to Winchester as we are a predominantly paediatric and vestibular specialist department.

Cancer Genomics – Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

  • 2 posts
  • South East

Some training will be delivered across the GLH network, which will include travel to the West Midlands Genetics Labs.

Cancer Genomics – University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

  • 2 posts
  • South East

Cardiac Science – Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

Majority of time will be based in Basingstoke in our cardiac hub, however sporadic days at our Winchester site may be required. In addition there is a mini bus between sites that is provided free of charge for HHFT staff.

Cardiac Science – University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

We are one of the largest acute teaching Trusts in England, providing services for up to 1.9 million people living in the South Hampshire and the Channel Islands. We offer learning and development opportunities to help you achieve the career you aspire to. University Hospital Southampton is rated ‘Good’ by the CQC and in the latest national NHS Staff Survey, we were in the top 10 acute trusts for staff engagement and for staff recommending the hospital as a place to work or receive care. The Technical Cardiology Unit is supported by a team of over 65 qualified Clinical Physiologists and support staff. Services are provided to both the adult and paediatric population and this provides a breadth of exposure to a varied case mix for physiologists working in the department. The departmental ethos is to continually improve and provide excellent patient care.

Southampton is an attractive place to live and work situated on the south coast, with an international airport and direct trains to London. The New Forest National Park and beaches of the Jurassic coast are also right on our doorstep. The city offers living costs 20% lower than London and 14 schools rated outstanding by Ofsted.

Cardiac Science – University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust

  • 3 posts
  • South East

1 post will be an Echo trainee post only. Travel between sites, Worthing and St.Richard’s in Chichester. May need to travel further afield to University Hospital Sussex Brighton to observe Cardiac Surgery and some other investigations to specialise in Echo.

Clinical Biochemistry – East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust (EKHUFT) is one of the largest acute Trusts in England, serving a population of more than 750,000 people. The Pathology department has laboratories on the three acute hospital sites at Ashford, Canterbury and Margate. EKHUFT Pathology is part of the Kent and Medway Pathology Network, which is entering an exciting time with changing IT and laboratory technology. As an STP trainee in EKHUFT Biochemistry you will be joining a team of 23 biomedical scientists, 7 qualified clinical scientists and 2 other STP trainees. The department is very experienced in clinical scientist training, having hosted a trainee every year for more than 20 years. There are regular journal club meetings with the clinical scientists and chemical pathologists across the Network.

STP trainees are based at the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford with opportunities to spend time at Canterbury, Margate and the other hospitals within the Network. There will also be work placements at London teaching hospitals. All travel will be funded for visits to other sites.

East Kent is a delightful place to live with a fantastic coastline, beautiful countryside and villages, the cathedral city of Canterbury and excellent transport links to London.

Clinical Biochemistry – Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

The successful STP trainee appointed to Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust will also be part of the Kent and Medway Pathology Network (KMPN). Whilst primarily based at the Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells Hospitals, some specialisms will be undertaken at East Kent Hospitals University Foundation NHS Trust at their Ashford and Canterbury sites. There will also be opportunities to undertake training at all of the sites within the KMPN and as such the STP trainee must be prepared to travel within Kent. There is also the possibility that some specialist training and meetings will occur in London.

Clinical Biochemistry – Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

Applications are invited from talented, enthusiastic individuals to join our busy but friendly team in the Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH).

The Trust is a world-renowned centre of clinical excellence and is one of the largest NHS teaching trusts in the UK. OUH is made up of four hospitals: the John Radcliffe Hospital, the Churchill Hospital and the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, all located in Oxford, and the Horton General Hospital in Banbury, North Oxfordshire. We have three laboratories, two in Oxford and one in Banbury. Your main base will be at the John Radcliffe site in Oxford, although you will have the opportunity to spend time in each of the other labs as required.

The Clinical Biochemistry department provides testing for all clinical areas of the hospital, the GP population of Oxfordshire, as well as specialist services. As such, you will gain experience in a wide range of analytical techniques, relevant to a variety of clinical specialities. The Department also includes the Oxford Screening Laboratory, which provides neonatal and antenatal screening services for a wider geographical area including the South 4 Pathology network. Details of the Clinical Biochemistry service can be found on our website: https://www.ouh.nhs.uk/biochemistry/

Clinical Biochemistry – Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

Rotations will require working cross site at St Peter’s Hospital (Immunology) and Royal Surrey Hospital (Molecular Diagnostics). Paediatric placement will be at Evelina Hospital, London.

Clinical Biochemistry – Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

To cover the Clinical Immunology rotation, the trainee will have to visit the Berkshire and Surrey Pathology Services Immunology laboratory which is based at St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey. Paediatric placement will be at Evelina Hospital, London.

Clinical Biochemistry – University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

The Biochemistry department is a UKAS accredited, large and well-established laboratory that offers a wide range of specialist testing to patients across the region as well as a high throughput automated Biochemistry department that supports the local community. The Biochemistry department is staffed by a diverse team of hard-working healthcare professionals, and as a department we have been providing high quality training for clinical and biochemical scientists for many decades. Southampton is an attractive place to live situated on the south coast, with an international airport and only an hour on the train from central London. The New Forest National Park and the beaches of the Jurassic coast are also right on our doorstep.

Clinical Biochemistry – University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

The successful candidate will be based at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton. Brief rotations to the other laboratories in the trust may be required during the course of the programme (Haywards Heath, Chichester and Worthing).

Clinical Bioinformatics Genomics – Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

Main hospital base will be the Churchill in Oxford, however, some rotational time may be at the John Radcliffe in Oxford.

Clinical Bioinformatics Genomics – University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

The Wessex Genomics Laboratory Service (WGLS) is a new integrated genomics testing service managed by University Hospital Southampton and formed from the amalgamation of Wessex Regional Genetics Laboratory, now WGLS (Salisbury), and Molecular Pathology, now WGLS (Southampton). This training post will be primarily based at the Salisbury site but will require travel to Southampton for some rotation modules.

Clinical Engineering – Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

Clinical Engineering – Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

Chailey Clinical Services (CCS) is in a rural location with limited public transport. CCS specialises in working with children and young people with a complex neurodisability. The post is of interest to those wanting to focus on rehabilitation engineering. As part of the post you will be working in clinics with this client group and the wider multidisciplinary team.

Clinical Immunology – University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

You will be joining a growing team of Immunology Scientists led by a strong Consultant Team. The Immunology Laboratory at Southampton General Hospital processes around 300 samples per day with a test repertoire that supports a large teaching hospital and provides a referral service to regional laboratories. Clinical specialties that the laboratory supports include: Cancer Care, Rheumatology, Renal, Clinical Haematology, Clinical Immunology and Allergy. The laboratory is directed by the regional Immunology service and has direct links with the Wessex Investigational Sciences Hub laboratory (WISH Lab) that delivers bespoke translational research services to regulatory standards. The department has a strong record in the training of STP and HSST Clinical Scientists and supports both Scientist and Medical trainees through to gaining FRCPath.

Clinical Microbiology – East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

As a professionally diverse team the philosophy of the Microbiology service is to strive for excellence, with Quality and Service Improvement at the heart of everything we do. We are proud to be accredited by UKAS to ISO 15189:2012 standards. In this post we can offer you a rewarding, flexible and supportive role, providing a wide scope of microbiology services, using up to date and innovative technology. We offer a full package of benefits, including a car lease scheme; on-site childcare; generous annual leave in line with NHS terms and conditions; high street and public transport discounts; a 24/7 staff support service – and the little things that make life easier, like on-site Amazon lockers and fresh fruit and veg stalls.

We are one of the largest hospital trusts in England, with three acute hospitals and community sites serving a local population of around 700,000. We also provide specialist services for Kent and Medway. We care about our patients and our people. We are focused on providing outstanding, safe patient care, and a positive working culture that benefits staff and patients alike. With our emphasis on staff training and development, a staff support scheme that’s second to none, and a healthy package of benefits, it’s easy to put down roots in East Kent Hospitals. Our service has been a training centre for STP and HSST posts since 2016 and our growing team of Clinical Scientists support the scientific, quality and managerial aspects of our service as well as clinical duties. The microbiology service is centralised on one site at the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford, which is the base site for this post. We provide a wide range of bacteriology, virology, molecular, parasitology and mycology diagnostic tests for all our acute sites and community services, totalling approximately 600,000+ samples per year.

Clinical Scientific Computing – Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

This STP post is based in the exciting Scientific Computing group (SciCom), one of the first dedicated clinical scientific computing groups in the NHS. SciCom works in full project life-cycles developing computing systems, from user requirements specification through implementation to testing and deployment. Application areas include clinical databases, research imaging archives for training deep-learning models, web-portals supporting day-to-day operations of the Trust and medical imaging routers, data extractors and de-identification tools. Work-place competencies will typically be completed through working on real-life tasks and software projects. Rotational and specialist modules will be completed primarily within SciCom, as well as within Medical Physics and Health Informatics teams at the Royal Surrey. The Introduction to Clinical Engineering rotation module will be completed during a 4-week placement at Oxford University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Genomic Counselling – University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

The Wessex Clinical Genetics Service serves a population of over 3 million patients across the region. Clinical Genetics clinics take place across University Hospital Southampton sites as well as peripheral clinics at other hospitals in Hampshire, Wiltshire and Dorset. STP trainees are therefore expected to arrange their own travel to and from clinics, and rotational elements of training that may take place away from the base hospital.

Genomics – Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

  • 2 posts
  • South East

Some training will be delivered across the GLH network, which will include travel to the West Midlands Genetics Labs.

Imaging with non-Ionising Radiation – University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

We are seeking an enthusiastic physicist to join the Medical Physics team at University Hospital Southampton (UHS) NHS Foundation Trust. UHS is one of the biggest employers in the region with over 10,000 staff and a strong healthcare science workforce and clinical-academic integration with the University of Southampton. The MR Physics group provides support to a large Radiology department within UHS, with 6 MRI scanners (4 x 1.5T and 2 x 3T, including one dedicated cardiac MRI scanner) at UHS, as well as several external clients. New and additional scanners will be coming on-line at UHS in the next 1-2 years, including intraoperative MRI. One 3T scanner at UHS provides capacity for dedicated research sessions, with high demand for R&D support in neuro, oncology, lung and liver/abdominal MRI. We also deliver specialist services covering MR quality assurance (QA), safety and clinical service development, and other exciting new opportunities are arising due to continued investment in clinical innovation and research in Southampton. This post is an excellent training opportunity for a motivated physicist to specialise in imaging with non-ionising radiation, especially if you have an interest in MR physics, in a large regional hospital. There may be a small amount of travel to other sites required (eg for some of the ultrasound training components) and significant amounts of time spent at KCL for the MSc.

Imaging with non-Ionising Radiation – University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

Our department provides medical physics services to hospitals across both East and West Sussex (and beyond). You will be based at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton, and expected to travel in order to attend equipment surveys and governance meetings across the region.

Medical Physics undefined – Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust

  • 2 posts
  • South East

Medical Physics at Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust is a large dynamic department supporting one of the busiest and highly regarded cancer centres in one of the top ranked Trusts in England. Working alongside our Clinical Scientists, Technologists, Radiographers and Engineers we are able to provide our Medical Physics STP trainees with a well-rounded experience in Radiotherapy Physics, Nuclear Medicine Physics, including radioisotope therapies, and Radiation Safety and Diagnostic Imaging, as well as supporting STP trainees undertaking Clinical Scientific Computing. Medical Physics at MTW encompasses three main sites (Maidstone General Hospital, Tunbridge Wells Hospital and the Radiotherapy service based at Canterbury Hospital), we also look after a number of large and small healthcare organisations over the South East giving you experience on a broad spectrum of equipment, including our new Halycon Radiotherapy Treatment units, to state of the art x-ray facilities, and experience in brachytherapy and molecular therapies. You may be asked to work at some of the healthcare organisations for limited periods during your training, observe an inspection by the regulators, attend and join in on some of the training we provide to all different healthcare professionals. We offer Medical Physics undefined because we believe your selection of specialism, in the area you have a passion for, is important to you as well as us, we therefore endeavour to accommodate individual training preferences where possible. We work hard to ensure that all of our trainees are fully integrated into our services, gaining hands on experience from the start, and to guarantee you have a smooth journey throughout your training program we allocate one of our training officers to you.

Medical Physics undefined – Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

  • 5 posts
  • South East

Oxford University Hospitals offers training principally based at the Churchill and John Radcliffe Hospitals. Some training takes place at other nearby hospitals. For further information about the Department please visit: https://www.ouh.nhs.uk/medphys

The final allocation of medical physics specialism is made by the end of the rotational placements and is based on three criteria: trainee choice, training capacity, and workforce requirements. Specialisms offered are Radiotherapy Physics, Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Safety and Diagnostic Radiology.

Nuclear Medicine – Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

Nuclear Medicine – Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

This STP post is one of a number that will be based in Medical Physics and Scientific Computing at The Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford. You will join a network of STP trainees hosted across a number of specialisms so will benefit from great peer support and supervision For rotations, travel to other sites for testing of equipment may be necessary. In specialism attendance at other sites which are supported by the department may be required

Nuclear Medicine – University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

We are seeking an enthusiastic physicist to join the Medical Physics team at University Hospital Southampton (UHS) NHS Foundation Trust. UHS is one of the biggest employers in the region with over 10,000 staff and a strong healthcare science workforce and clinical-academic integration with the University of Southampton. The Nuclear Medicine and Positron Emission Tomography departments are equipped with state of the art scanners operating under a management equipment service. UHS also operates a licensed radiopharmacy responsible for in-house and regional provision of radiopharmaceuticals. UHS Nuclear Medicine Physics provide Medical Physics Expert provision and direct support to both clinical and research imaging services. This post is an excellent training opportunity for a motivated physicist to specialise in nuclear medicine in a large regional hospital.

Radiation Safety and Diagnostic Radiology – Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

This STP post is one of a number that will be based in Medical Physics and Scientific Computing at The Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford. You will join a network of STP trainees hosted across a number of specialisms so will benefit from great peer support and supervision   For rotations, travel to other sites for testing of equipment may be necessary. In specialism attendance at other sites which are supported by the department may be required.

Radiation Safety and Diagnostic Radiology – University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

We are seeking an enthusiastic Radiation Safety and Diagnostic Radiology specialism trainee healthcare scientist to join the Medical Physics team at University Hospital Southampton (UHS) NHS Foundation Trust. UHS is one of the biggest employers in the region with over 10,000 staff and a strong healthcare science workforce. The Radiation Protection group is a friendly group of 12 scientists and trainees who provide diagnostic radiology physics and radiation safety support to a range of departments within UHS and across the region, including to other Medical Physics services in the area. We have close links with four large Imaging departments and provide ionising and non-ionising radiation protection advice to around 40 clients in the NHS and private sector. We encourage trainees to be actively involved in providing these services.

We are based at Southampton General Hospital but trainees may travel to other sites around Hampshire and Isle of Wight as part of delivering our services. Rotations in the other areas of Medical Physics are all delivered at the Southampton General site. There may be a small amount of day travel to other hospitals in the region for specialist and rotation training. The MSc for our STP training is delivered by Kings College London with lectures delivered predominantly in the first three months of the post then for occasional week blocks during the rest of the course.

Radiation Safety and Diagnostic Radiology – University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

Our department provides medical physics services to hospitals across both East and West Sussex and beyond. You will be based at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton, and expected to travel in order to attend equipment surveys and governance meetings across the region.

Radiotherapy Physics – Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

Radiotherapy Physics – Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

This STP post is one of a number that will be based in Medical Physics and Scientific Computing at The Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford. You will join a network of STP trainees hosted across a number of specialisms so will benefit from great peer support and supervision. For rotations, travel to other sites for testing of equipment may be necessary. In specialism attendance at the Radiotherapy Satellite site in East Surrey Hospital, Redhill.

Radiotherapy Physics – University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

There may be a small amount of travel to other sites required and significant amounts of time spent at KCL for MSc. We are seeking an enthusiastic physicist to join the Medical Physics team at University Hospital Southampton (UHS) NHS Foundation Trust. UHS is one of the biggest employers in the region with over 10,000 staff and a strong healthcare science workforce and clinical-academic integration with the University of Southampton. The Radiotherapy Physics Group provides physics support to the clinical services at both Southampton and Basingstoke sites (covering 7 linacs and their associated additional hardware and software systems, a superficial unit, an HDR brachytherapy system and a Mobetron intraoperative radiotherapy system) and collaborate closely with many different staff groups contributing to Cancer Care. The department delivers high quality training across a broad range of training schemes and has a 100% success rate for STP trainees successful completion. This post is an excellent training opportunity for a motivated physicist to specialise in radiotherapy physics in a large regional hospital.

Reconstructive Science – Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

The cranio-maxillofacial prosthetic service at The QVH is the largest of its type in the UK. The department provides assessment, device treatment and ongoing prosthetic support for patients that require an artificial ear, nose, eye, jaw (obturator) or section of face. In addition to prosthetic restoration, we also treat patients that require head/neck pressure therapy splints for the management of post-burn scarring. Using the latest 3D technologies, the onsite maxillofacial laboratory is able to design and manufacture surgical implants such as titanium skull plates (for cranioplasty) and silicone elastomer body/chest implants (for plastic surgery). Custom made medical devices may be used to treat head and neck patients that have had cancer, burns or other traumatic injury to the skull, eyes, face and jaws. Prostheses are also used to treat those born without an ear, eye or a section of their face/jaws. Safe application of the latest head and neck reconstructive science techniques, an optimal prosthetic outcome and a consistent approach to the ongoing management of patients in our care are the key objectives of our staff. The onsite prosthetic clinic at QVH is open from 8.30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and the team are happy to answer queries from patients or healthcare colleagues, regarding prostheses, appliances and medical devices for the head and neck. There is also an out of hours, on-call service, for emergency-urgent episodes at evenings and weekends. The service is licensed with the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), and is a National School of Healthcare Science recognised training centre for the speciality of Reconstructive Sciences.

Respiratory and Sleep Science – Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

Respiratory and Sleep Science – Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East

To ensure you have a varied training programme and cover all required elements of the curriculum you will be required to work across all hospital sites (Basingstoke, Winchester and Andover) but we will prioritise the majority of shifts at your preferred location, based on your geography. You will work within a team of 7 Respiratory and Sleep Physiologists which includes, a Clinical Scientist and Lead Respiratory and Sleep Physiologist (band 8a), a Clinical Scientist and Deputy Lead Respiratory and Sleep Physiologist (band 7), two Senior Respiratory and Sleep Physiologists (band 6), Respiratory and Sleep Physiologist (band 5) and two Associate Respiratory and Sleep Practitioners (band 4).

Respiratory and Sleep Science – Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

  • 2 posts
  • South East

Vascular Science – Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

  • 1 post
  • South East