Smoking Cessation Advisers wanted at the University of Nottingham – Applications accepted until: 14th March 2016

Smoking Cessation Adviser – 5 posts available

job2The successful applicants will join the UKCTAS group in Nottingham with the primary objective of the delivery of smoking cessation advice to patients of Nottingham City Hospital both in hospital and in patient’s homes. This study is a continuation of phase 1 detailed above and aims to test the feasibility and acceptability of an intervention in a clinical trial with approximately 400 smokers recruited in hospital.

Candidates must have undertaken and can demonstrate completion of NCSCT Stop Smoking Practitioner Training and associated experience, OR have broad vocational experience in a relevant health or counselling field, and understanding of theories and models related to behavioural change, and the ability to provide individually tailored support according to the needs of a particular smoker, and their household circumstances.

This post will be offered on a fixed-term contract until 28th February 2017. Applications are also welcome from candidates wish to work part-time 18 hrs per week, working either Mon/Tue/Wed morning or Wednesday afternoon/Thursday and Friday.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Rebecca Thorley, Tel 0115 823 1361 or rebecca.thorley@nottingham.ac.uk.Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.

For more information and to apply click here. The deadline for applications is 14th March.

 

To see this and more opportunities on the UKCTAS website click here!

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