If you are planning to apply for a position within the Psychiatry Department, please read the information below on the application process
Translational Neuroscience and Dementia Research Group
Oxford Mindfulness Centre
All applications for our vacancies are made on line through the University of Oxford jobs website and only in very exceptional circumstances can we receive applications via other means. If you have a disability or other compelling reason that prevents you submitting an application on line please email our recruitment team at firstname.lastname@example.org for advice.
Due to the additional work it creates and in fairness to other applicants, we are unable to accept late applications, so please make sure you are aware of the application deadline and submit yours in plenty of time. All posts close promptly at noon on the closing date (and remember to allow for technical hitches, which seem to occur at the most inconvenient moment!)
Please follow the link in the posted advert to see further particulars and to apply. As part of your application, you will be required to upload the documents below:
1. A Curriculum Vitae, (for most posts, but not required for posts at grades 1-5 as a fuller on-line application form is completed)
2. A letter of application/supporting statement.
Should you experience any difficulties using the online application system, please email email@example.com who will be able to advise you on how to proceed with your online application. Alternatively you can follow the 'Help' link on the left-hand side of the page at any time. Please note this will open in a separate window.
To return to the online application at any stage, please click on the following link www.recruit.ox.ac.uk
Please be aware that for some positions we receive a high volume of applications and, although we do try to give feedback to unsuccessful candidates when requested, we are not always able to give individual feedback to applicants who are not shortlisted for interview. We shortlist candidates based on the selection criteria that you will find towards the end of the job description
New Academic Clinical Lecturer Post in Old Age Psychiatry
We have been awarded an additional ACL (ST4) post from NIHR, with the recruitment window opening in April 2015.
Old age psychiatry research in Oxford is supported by a world-class imaging infrastructure, providing 1.5, 3 (2x) and 7 Tesla research-dedicated scanners, PET-CT, as well as magneto-encephalography. Linkup to epidemiological data sets (Whitehall II; OPTIMA), to strong psycho- and neurophysiological teams, to the Oxford Clinical Trials Unit for Mental Illness, and to the Clinical Neurosciences Groups of the Oxford BRC, offers opportunities for interdisciplinary initiatives and training. A research programme embedded in the Oxford BRC has recently acknowledged our innovative interdisciplinary approach.
See here for further details.