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Career Opportunities

The following are a list of internal vacancies at EBMT as well as some job openings at external organisations that we are happy to support.

Internal Vacancies

Research Committee of the EBMT Nurses Group

Exciting openings have arisen to join the Research Committee (RC). We have full member (4 year fixed term) and junior member (3 year fixed term) opportunities.

The research committee, in conjunction with the Working Party link nurses and EBMT members, aims to co-ordinate and lead the development of a programme of research in stem cell transplantation, haematology nursing and other topics deemed relevant on behalf of the EBMT nursing group, progressing evidence based practice and clinical knowledge.

Committee members are nurses and Allied Health Professionals who will provide support to individuals within the EBMT community involved in nursing or allied health professional research and link individuals who have similar areas of interest.

In order to make the most of the team’s wealth of experience and ideas, you will meet face to face with the other members of the committee 3 times a year:

  1. During the EBMT Annual Meeting (March/April)
  2. During the Board and all committees meeting (October)
  3. During the Annual Research Study Day

For further information, please see below role descriptions and requirements.

 

Apply

If you are interested in this great opportunity to join our dynamic team, please send a copy of your CV and a statement of support outlining your relevant experience working in the field of Haematology and HSCT, together with your research experience and interests and why you wish to be considered for this role to:

Michelle Kenyon, President Elect/ EBMT Nurses Group Secretary: Michelle.kenyon@nhs.net

DEADLINE for applications is Friday 31st May 2019 midday.

 

Full Member

Roles and responsibilities

Applicants must be EBMT members with experience of performing research (e.g. whilst undertaking a doctorate) in order to lead projects and advise / support EBMT nurse members. There is a requirement to speak, read and write English with sufficient fluency to be able to communicate effectively. Access to email and phone is mandatory. Potential candidates should be working currently within the field of Haematology and Stem Cell Transplant.

Journal Publications

Any publications that arise from the work will adhere to the following guidelines:

  • All articles will acknowledge that they are being written on behalf of the EBMT NG and the EBMT Research Committee and all core members and relevant co-opted members of the group will appear as authors.
  • The lead author will be the person identified as leading the project in the research proposal/action plan, the sequence of all other authors should be agreed at project initiation stage.

From April 2019, new appointments to the RC have a 4 year tenure with the option of applying for second 4 year term and spending a 4 year term as chair (maximum 12 years).

From April 2019, existing Full Members who are eligible to apply for optional second term or position of Chair of the RC will serve 4 year terms.

Requirements
  Essential Desirable
Education and professional qualifications    
Registered Nurse X  
Educated to degree level   X
PhD, or working towards a PhD X  
Evidence of ongoing professional development within haematology specialism X  
Evidence of performing research X  
Experience    
Evidence of extensive experience in a haematoncology /HSCT setting X  
Extensive teaching and presentation skills X  
Skills and aptitudes    
Knowledge of research and audit methodology X  
Evidence of ability to develop collaborative working relationships with different teams X  
Teaching skills X  
I.T. skills X  
Personal qualities and attributes    
Highly effective communication and interpersonal skills X  
Other    
Communicate in English X  

Junior Member

Roles and responsibilities

Applicants must be EBMT members with an interest in performing nurse led research. Applicants will work under the supervision of Research Committee members in order to develop their research skills and collaborate on projects advising and supporting EBMT nurse members. There is a requirement to speak, read and write English with sufficient fluency to be able to communicate effectively. Access to email and phone is mandatory. Potential candidates should be working currently within the field of Haematology and Stem Cell Transplant.

Journal Publications

Any publications that arise from the work will adhere to the following guidelines:

  • All articles will acknowledge that they are being written on behalf of the EBMT NG and the EBMT Research Committee and all core members and relevant co-opted members of the group will appear as authors.
  • The lead author will be the person identified as leading the project in the research proposal/action plan, the sequence of all other authors should be agreed at project initiation stage.

The Research Committee members reserve the right to convert this post to Full Member role where Junior members demonstrate development of qualifications / experience fitting with the requirements of a Full Member (e.g. whilst undertaking a doctorate). The period of tenure is 3 years with the option to apply for a second Junior member term whilst demonstrating progression towards the Full Member requirements.

Requirements
  Essential Desirable
Education and professional qualifications    
Registered Nurse X  
Educated to degree level   X
Evidence of ongoing professional development within haematology specialism X  
Evidence of performing research   X
Experience    
Evidence of extensive experience in a haematoncology /HSCT setting X  
Extensive teaching and presentation skills   X
Skills and aptitudes    
Knowledge of research and audit methodology X  
Evidence of ability to develop collaborative working relationships with different teams X  
Teaching skills X  
I.T. skills X  
Personal qualities and attributes    
Highly effective communication and interpersonal skills X  
Other    
Communicate in English X  

More about the Nurses Group Research Committee

Paediatric Committee of the EBMT Nurses Group

We have an upcoming position within the paediatric committee for the EBMT Nurses Group offering exciting opportunities for interested and motivated nurses to join the existing team.

The Paediatric Committee consists of EBMT NG members who have an interest in promoting paediatric nursing within the field of haematology and/or HSCT. The principal aim of the committee is to improve the care of paediatric and adolescent stem cell transplantation (SCT) patients.
The main objectives of the committee are to promote, develop and share knowledge and experience between the paediatric nurses throughout Europe, developing countries and within the EBMT and to collaborate with the EBMT Paediatric Diseases Working Party.

More about the Nurses Group Paediatric Committee

Applicants must be EBMT members and will be required to speak, read and write English sufficiently enough to be able to communicate effectively. Access to email and phone is mandatory. Potential candidates should be working currently within the field of paediatric Haematology/oncology and Stem Cell Transplant. They should have an extensive experience in a paediatric haematoncology /HSCT setting and teaching and presentation skills.

Candidate should have the ability to develop collaborative working relationships with different teams. Highly effective communication and interpersonal skills are needed. As well as special interest in sharing knowledge and experience within the field of paediatrics.

Roles and responsibilities

In order to make the most of the team’s wealth of experience and ideas, you will meet face to face with the other members of the committee 3 times a year:

  1. During the EBMT Annual Meeting (March/April)
  2. During the PDWP Meeting (May/June)
  3. During the Board and all committees meeting (October)

You will also share information and updates through teleconferencing and e-mail.

The Paediatric Committee is in charge of:

  • Designing the program, for the Paediatric session within the EBMT Annual Meeting
  • Designing the program for the Annual Paediatric Nurses Meeting
  • Abstract review for the EBMT Annual Meeting

Apply

If you are interested in this great opportunity to join our dynamic team, please send a copy of your CV and a statement of support outlining your relevant experience working in the field of Haematology and HSCT and why you wish to be considered for this role to:

Michelle Kenyon, EBMT Nurses Group Secretary: michelle.kenyon@nhs.net

DEADLINE for applications is Friday 3rd May midday.

EBMT Nurses Group Board positions

We have two EBMT Nurses Group Board positions arising:

  1. Accounts Officer
  2. Secretary

For role description details, click HERE.

Nurse Members from full EBMT member centres interested in applying for one of the above positions should send the following documents to either John Murray 
John.Murray@christie.nhs.uk and/or Michelle Kenyon michelle.kenyon@nhs.net before Tuesday 14th May 2019

  • Motivation letter with written support from 2 nurse members from different member centres
  • CV (including list of relevant publications)
  • Photo (jpg) and max 500-word manifesto (word doc)

Voting by centre Principal Nurses will take place online from 28th May until 4th June 2019. All applicants will be notified the outcome and successful members taking up the new positions will be announced to our members via EBMT communications and the Newsletter.

External Vacancies

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