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Job opportunities at The Whiteley Clinic

Current Job Opporunities at The Whiteley Clinic

View our current job opportunities available at The Whiteley Clinic in Guildford, Bristol, London and Bournemouth below. View job opportunities available at our sister company Absolute Aesthetics.

The Whiteley Clinic is a leading independent clinic, providing walk-in walk-out minimally invasive procedures and rated as Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission.


We’re looking for consultants to join our award-winning team!

The Whiteley Clinic is expanding and we’re looking for full and part-time Surgeons and Interventional Radiologists who want to specialise in treating varicose veins and other venous conditions.

Why join our award award-winning team?

  • Receive full training in The Whiteley Protocol
  • Ongoing support & training and Back-Office services will be provided
  • Become a member of The College of Phlebology
  • Access to the Venous Registry
  • Excellent results and patient satisfaction
  • Positions available in current clinic locations with new locations opening in 2024

Please contact us for more information at jobs@thewhiteleyclinic.co.uk

Bank Scrub Nurse – London

This is a great opportunity for you to join our team assisting with Pelvic Vein Embolisation and various varicose veins procedures. The chosen candidate, ideally, should have theatre experience as a scrub nurse and experience within an Interventional Radiology department.

Salary:     £200 per shift

Main Duties and Responsibilities

1. To work within the philosophy, objectives, policies and procedures of The Whiteley Clinic.
2. To greet patients providing a high standard of professional interaction and service throughout their patient journey.
3. To maintain and support harmonious working relationships within the clinic.
4. To contribute to the delivery of high quality nursing care by assessment, implementation and evaluation of patients’ needs.
5. To assist in all outpatient and treatment room procedures undertaken under local anaesthetic as required.
6. To assist in theatre as scrub nurse following an Induction and training programme.
7. To act as a ‘runner’ for theatre following an Induction and Training programme.
8. To adhere to Radiation Protection Requirements and undergo training.
11. To prepare paperwork for theatre and clinic activity and maintain computer records on the Clinic Computer System as required.
12. To have sound knowledge and working practice of infection control, and to update this knowledge.
13. To ensure that all treatment rooms and patient care areas are kept clean and tidy, throughout the day.
14. To participate in the clinical cleaning rota as required.
15. To ensure that equipment is handled correctly and maintained in safe working order.
16. To attend all mandatory training and other clinical and customer service training as required.
17. To participate in the personal Annual Performance Review and objective setting with the Practice Manager.

For more information or to apply for this role, please email your CV to jobs@thewhiteleyclinic.co.uk

Medical Device Engineer – Guildford

We are seeking a highly skilled and detail-oriented medical device engineer to join our team. As a medical device engineer Engineer, your primary responsibility will be to complete the design controls for our Quality Management System (QMS) and develop the necessary technical documentation for obtaining CE, FDA, and UKCA approvals for our products. You will play a critical role in ensuring regulatory compliance and product quality throughout the design and approval process.
Please Note: A minimum of 5 years experience within a medical device engineering design team is required.

This role will be hybrid working with a weekly meeting at our Guildford Clinic – GU2 7RF

Salary £35,000


1. SOP, Templates, Forms, Plan and Reports for:
Design Input, Design Output Design review, Design transfer, Design Verification and Validation, Design History File, Device Master Record and Design Master File.
Documents Required for each category:
SOPs – 9 , Forms – 9, Templates – 9, Plan product specific – 9 and Report product specific – 9.
2. Design Controls: Lead and oversee the implementation of design controls within the Quality Management System.
3. Regulatory Compliance: Stay up-to-date with the latest regulations and guidelines from regulatory bodies such as CE, FDA, and UKCA, ensuring adherence to applicable requirements.
4. Documentation Preparation: Develop and manage technical documentation required for CE, FDA, and UKCA approval, including but not limited to Design History Files (DHF) and Technical Files (TF).
5. Risk Assessment: Conduct thorough risk assessments, including Hazard Analysis and Risk Management, and ensure appropriate risk mitigation strategies are implemented throughout the design and development process.
6. Standards Compliance: Ensure compliance with relevant international standards such as ISO 13485, ISO 14971, IEC 60601, and any other applicable standards.
7. Collaboration: Work closely with cross-functional teams, including R&D, Quality Assurance, Clinical Affairs, and Manufacturing, to gather necessary information and provide guidance on regulatory requirements.
8. Audits and Inspections: Support internal and external audits, inspections, and regulatory assessments, ensuring compliance with applicable regulations and standards.
9. Training and Guidance: Provide training and guidance to internal stakeholders on regulatory requirements and best practices related to design controls and approval documentation.

For more information or to apply for this role, please email your CV to jobs@thewhiteleyclinic.co.uk

Clinical Trials Manager – Guildford

This is the perfect role for someone who wishes to successfully manage a small research department and publish research papers in peer reviewed journals and potentially present at specialist conferences and co-author books.

The Whiteley Clinic has an international reputation for excellence in venous surgery. Our research department is key to us maintaining this position. Our research ranges widely and includes clinical audits, prospective clinical trials, participation in multi-centre clinical trials, in-vitro work using simple porcine liver tissue models and occasional tissue culture projects. We also write up case reports, reviews, educational material, and books.

Salary: £35,000.00-£40,000.00 per year

This role will require the successful candidate to:

  • Set up and run research projects.
  • Supervise summer research fellows.
  • Prepare and submit protocols and paperwork for ethics committee and clinical registry applications, and guide each through the process until granted.
  • Maintain the projects on the IRAS and NCT databases.
  • Assist Prof Whiteley in writing abstracts and research papers for scientific journals.
  • Help coordinate courses and conferences.
  • Ensures data entered in Clinical Trial Managements Systems is current and complete.

The Whiteley Clinic has an international reputation for research into venous disease.

The research department is very small, with most research led by Prof Mark Whiteley himself and ad hoc members of the clinical team. There are summer research fellows that join the research department for a period of several weeks over summer to perform specific research projects.

This role would require travel to our London Clinic most Mondays. (By car with Professor Whiteley) 7:30am/8am start time for the remainder of the week at our Guildford Clinic.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

  • To perform, manage and co-ordinate research activities as directed by Prof Whiteley.
  • To collect, analyse or co-ordinate the analysis of research data.
  • Write research papers for publication, abstracts for presentations and reports. The appointee may be given the opportunity to present research on behalf of The Whiteley Clinic if they wish.
  • To research and complete audits within The Whiteley Clinic to ensure the smooth running of the clinic.
  • To develop and adhere to the Care Quality Commission (CQC) research recommendations and to ensure compliance with all other relevant Care Quality Commission (CQC) duties and responsibilities.
  • Manage and provide accountability for day-to-day operations of projects, as defined and according to ICH/GCP/Medical device and all other applicable laws, rules, and regulations.
  • To work within all relevant guidelines, codes of professional conduct, regulatory bodies, and the GMC.
  • To attend meetings and discussions when required.
  • To remain clinically and professionally up to date.
  • To participate in a personal Annual Performance Review and objective setting with Prof Mark Whiteley.


  • Company pension
  • Holiday entitlement is 25 days plus bank holidays and your Birthday
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Free parking
  • On-site parking
  • Private medical insurance

For more information or to apply for this role, please email your CV to jobs@thewhiteleyclinic.co.uk

Research and Development Engineer – Guildford

Job Description:

The Research and Development Engineer for Cryo Technologies in Medical Devices at the Whiteley Clinic plays a pivotal role in advancing the field of medical technology. This position requires an exceptional candidate with a unique blend of mechanical engineering expertise, biological knowledge, and innovative thinking. The engineer will be a part of a groundbreaking research and development project focused on utilizing cryo technologies to address the challenges associated with pelvic congestion syndrome treatments and pain management devices. The successful candidate will possess outstanding skills in both mechanical and biomedical engineering, be enrolled in or hold an offer for a PhD degree, and demonstrate expertise in heat transfer, biology, electronics hardware development, FEA simulations, and manufacturing processes.

Salary: £34,500.00 per year


1. Interdisciplinary Expertise:

  • Apply in-depth knowledge of mechanical engineering, specifically heat transfer, and biology to the development of novel medical devices.
  • Utilize expertise in electronics hardware development and FEA simulations for designing advanced medical devices.

2. Research and Development:

  • Lead and actively participate in the research and development of medical devices utilizing cryo technologies.
  • Conduct comprehensive literature reviews to identify gaps and opportunities for innovation in the field of pelvic congestion syndrome treatments and pain management devices.

3. Collaboration and Knowledge Transfer:

  • Collaborate with a higher education institute through a knowledge transfer partnership, including enrolling in a PhD course to address the evolving needs of the project.
  • Foster collaboration between the Whiteley Clinic and the academic institution to ensure seamless knowledge exchange and research progress.

4. Regulatory Compliance and Documentation:

  • Ensure all medical devices meet regulatory requirements and standards during the R&D process.
  • Develop and maintain comprehensive documentation related to the validation, verification, and regulatory compliance of the medical devices.

5. Prototype Development and Testing:

  • Oversee the manufacturing process, from prototype development to testing, ensuring high-quality standards and performance of the medical devices.
  • Develop tests and assessments to evaluate the performance, reliability, and safety of the medical devices.

6. Initiative and Innovation:

  • Take initiative in the R&D project, proposing innovative solutions and approaches to address challenges associated with pelvic congestion syndrome treatments and pain management devices.
  • Proactively identify opportunities for improvements in existing medical devices and propose modifications based on research findings.

7. Project Management:

  • Effectively manage project timelines, resources, and deliverables to ensure the timely completion of milestones and goals.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams within the Whiteley Clinic to align the R&D project with the organization’s overall objectives.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering (BEng) from a reputable UK institution, First Class grade.
  • Master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering (MSc) from a recognized university, Distinction Grade.
  • Enrolment in or holding an offer for a PhD degree in a related field with a focus on medical device development.
  • Proficiency in heat transfer, electronics hardware development, FEA simulations, and manufacturing processes.
  • Proficiency in 3D CAD modelling.
  • Deep understanding of biology, particularly in the context of medical applications.
  • Strong knowledge of regulatory requirements and documentation in the medical device industry.
  • Exceptional communication skills, both technical and non-technical, and the ability to collaborate effectively with cross-disciplinary teams.

The Whiteley Clinic is committed to pushing the boundaries of medical technology. If you are a highly motivated and innovative individual with a passion for bridging the gap between engineering and biology, we invite you to apply for this unique opportunity. Join us in our mission to revolutionise medical device solutions and make a significant impact on patients’ lives.


  • Company pension
  • Holiday entitlement is 25 days plus bank holidays and your Birthday
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • Free parking
  • On-site parking
  • Private medical insurance

For more information or to apply for this role, please email your CV to jobs@thewhiteleyclinic.co.uk