NHS Education for Scotland, in partnership with NHS Tayside, offers 3 year supernumerary training posts to high quality science postgraduates who are passionate about clinical science, its role in modern healthcare, and are committed to NHS Scotland. Applications are invited from candidates with a First or Upper Second-Class Honours Degree in Immunology or an allied scientific area plus an MSc or PhD in Immunology or related subject to undertake in-house training towards Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registration as a clinical scientist. This is a unique opportunity for a postgraduate scientist to retrain as a healthcare professional. You will work under the direct supervision of the head of the clinical immunology laboratory service to carry out increasingly advanced clinical, technical and scientific activities. The post holder will follow the equivalence training route managed by the Academy of Health Care Science and will be 3 full years of on the job immunology training. You will acquire specialist knowledge across a wide range of procedures and a sound understanding of professional, clinical and scientific principles through professional supervision and self directed learning. You will be required to produce a portfolio of your training for assessment. For questions or for enquiries to visit the laboratory contact Dr Liz Furrie, email@example.com, Consultant Clinical Scientist and clinical lead, Immunology Service, NHS Tayside. For further information and a full application pack, please click on link below.