Join Imperial College London to advance your career in medicine

Join Imperial College London to advance your career in medicine

There has never been a more exciting time to join Imperial to work within the field of medicine.

Why Join Imperial College London?
There has never been a more exciting time to join Imperial to work within the field of medicine.  Recruitment to these positions will support the shared vision of Imperial, ICHT and C&W for West London Childrens’ Healthcare (WLCH).  WLCH has been founded to provide specialist paediatric and child healthcare in West and North West London, and to improve the health and wellbeing of the children we serve by moving beyond the boundaries of our individual organisations to deliver truly integrated care. The integration of all paediatric services at ICHT and C&W will be brought together under a single leadership structure, which will be closely linked with research activities lead by Imperial College London.
Our collaborative approach will strengthen professional relationships within the North West London system to enhance care of babies, children and young people, to provide the best possible start in life and a healthy transition to adulthood.  These posts will play pivotal roles in this vision.  In addition, the successful applicants will engage with our newly formed integrated Imperial Centre for Paediatrics and Child Health and the Mohn Centre for Children’s Health and Wellbeing
The Imperial College London Community
Our community of undergraduate and postgraduate students, of academics and researchers, of administrators and technicians, of service and support staff, is tremendously diverse, even if it is not yet fully representative of society at large. We are people from all ages and backgrounds; people from the UK and from overseas; people of majority and minority ethnicities; people of different religious and philosophical beliefs; people from a range of socio-economic circumstances; people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or who identify elsewhere under the umbrella of LGBTQ+; people who live with visible and invisible disabilities or enduring health conditions; and people who are single, married, in civil partnerships or in informal partnerships, with or without children. We are all influenced by our backgrounds and identities, as they combine and intersect; none of us can be defined by a single trait or characteristic. READ MORE about our community to equity, diversity and inclusion.
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