Clinical Teaching /Training Fellow in Medical Education (GMC)

University College London - UCL Medical School

UCL Medical School is looking for a Clinical Teaching Fellow to support the delivery of high quality medical education. The main duties of this post will be in the General Medical Council development unit helping to coordinate GMC Fitness to Practice assessments. The postholder will develop written and clinical assessments at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. They will organise and coordinate pilot events to test new material on volunteer doctors as well as collect and analyse data from all events to make quality assurance decisions. They will contribute to inter-departmental meetings between the GMC and the Project team, both in London and Manchester. They will also administer and construct assessments for Test of Competence to doctors referred to the GMC. The post holder will also contribute to the undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programme, the department's research program and the department's public engagement, education consultancy (MSEC) and outreach programmes.

The post will be for a duration of 1 year, in the first instance.

The successful candidate will have a Medical degree, enrolment in an approved training programme, and GMC full registration. They will have experience of teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and have proven ability and commitment to teach in a clinical and non-clinical setting.

Candidates without a National Training Number will be appointed as a Clinical Teaching Fellow grade CL7 (salary £34,962 - £43,522 per annum) pro rata inclusive of London Allowance.

UCL vacancy reference: 1711967       

Applicants should apply online. To access further details about the position and how to apply please click on the ‘Apply’ button below.

If you have any queries regarding the vacancy or the application process, please contact Divisional Staffing Manager, Vicky Cooper

Interview Date: 21 March 2018

We particularly welcome female applicants and those from an ethnic minority, as they are under-represented within UCL at this level.

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