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RCOG roles

Would you like to get involved with the College and help guide the future direction of our work? Our committee and honorary positions are an ideal opportunity to support the RCOG, help guide our decision-making and make sure our members’ voices are represented in everything we do.

RCOG committee and honorary vacancies


Heritage Management Committee Chair

This committee will provide due diligence with decision making for the RCOG Heritage Collections. The chair will be responsible for the running of its meetings and ensure the collections are managed and cared for appropriately.

Deadline: Midnight on Wednesday 31 May 2017

Interviews: Early June 2017,  exact dates TBC.

To apply, email the application form (Word document 59kb) to pbasham@rcog.org.uk

 

Heritage Management Committee Member (two vacancies)

This committee will provide due diligence with decision making for the RCOG Heritage Collections. Two members are sought to join relevant RCOG staff, and external heritage professionals.

Deadline: Midnight on Wednesday 31 May 2017

Interviews: Early June 2017,  exact dates TBC.

To apply, email the application form (Word document 59kb) to pbasham@rcog.org.uk


TOG Editorial Board Trainee Representative

The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG) Editorial Board is looking for a trainee representative to fill a new position on the Board. The trainee representative will serve to update the Board on trainee issues and will also be able to advise and suggest journal content that would be suitable for the trainee readership.

The Editorial Board will also provide mentoring and training in the work of the Board and we would expect the trainee representative to fulfill all of the duties of a regular board member by the end of their term (usually 2 years). This position would be best suited to a senior trainee (preferably at the ST5-6 level) with a clear interest in medical publishing / education / continuing professional development.

How to apply:

Please submit a single A4 page stating why you both want and are suitable for the post, to tog@rcog.org.uk. Applications will be reviewed by the TOG Editorial Board who will appoint the successful applicant.

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 31 May 2017


Clinical Lead, Certificate in Women’s Health

RCOG is launching a new online product, entitled Certificate for Women’s Health, specially aimed at healthcare professionals in the nursing and midwifery areas. As an eLearning product, the Certificate will comprise various modules structured by themes. The focus will be on consolidating knowledge on matters specific to women’s health, especially where guidelines and practice are changing rapidly. This modular approach supports those whose specialty areas require additional skills.

The Education Resources team is currently recruiting for a Clinical Lead to commence as soon as possible. Further information is included on the role description linked to below. Shortlisted applicants will be recruited by competitive interviews to take place on 12 July 2017.

For more information, please contact Sabrina Sostero, Head of Education Resources (maternity cover) T: +44 20 7772 6324, or Dr Isabel DiVanna, Commercial Director (+44 (0)207 772 6288, idivanna@rcog.org.uk).

The deadline for applications is 10am on 5 June 2017.

Interviews will be held on 12 July 2017.

To apply, send the completed application form (DOC, 874kb) to committee.vacancies@rcog.org.uk


Chair - Education Quality Assurance Committee (EQAC)

The EQAC Chair will ensure the product proposal process is smoothly implemented with input from committee members, and will provide the Education Board with regular updates.

Application Form (Word document, 59kb)

Role Description (PDF, 279kb)

Terms of Reference

Deadline:  10.00am on Wednesday 14 June 2017

Interview date: TBC

For general recruitment enquires please contact committee.vacancies@rcog.org.uk


MTI Officer

The Medical Training Initiative (MTI) is a national scheme that allows International Medical Graduates to come to the UK for a maximum of two years to train within the National Health Service and gain knowledge and experience. The MTI Officer for the RCOG is an honorary post with the main purpose to oversee and facilitate the functioning of the scheme while assuring its high standard and quality of services provided.

Further information is included on the role description linked to below. The application deadline is 19 June 2017, and shortlisted applicants will be recruited by competitive interviews to take place in June/July 2017 (dates tbc).

The deadline for applications is 10am on 19 June 2017.

Interviews will be held in June/July 2017.

To apply, send the completed application form (DOC, 874kb) to ADubanowicz@RCOG.ORG.UK.


Training the Trainers Course Faculty

The Training the Trainer course is an interactive, small group course, essential for all clinical trainers and is led by an expert faculty. The course equips delegates with the skills to enhance teaching sessions, give more effective feedback, deal with difficult appraisals and more.

The course is suitable for all consultants and for trainees in their final 2 years, and is also recognised for the theoretical component of the ‘Medical Education’ Advanced Training Skills Module (ATSM). This course is valid for three years, and must be completed prior to completion of the practical component of the ATSMs.

Read full details and person specification here

To apply, send a CV and statement of interest to Lynn Whitley, Director of Meetings at lwhitley@rcog.org.uk

Deadline for applications: Midnight on Friday 28 July 2017


NGA logoClinical Advisor to the National Guideline Alliance (NGA)

The NGA have created new Clinical Advisor opportunities to help develop women’s health NICE guidelines in the following topics:

  • Postnatal care
  • Updates to existing guidelines on pre-term labour and birth, induction of labour, caesarean section, ectopic pregnancy and hypertension in pregnancy

The roles will be part of the NGA team, providing clinical input into allocated guideline topics, ensuring that guideline outputs are meaningful to a clinical audience and provide quality assurance to the clinical content.

Each role will require an average time commitment of one session per week, which can be managed flexibly.

For more information and an informal discussion, email Gary Waltham, Executive Director of the NGA, at gwaltham@rcog.org.uk.


TOG International Advisory Board members

The RCOG’s CPD journal The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG) has vacancies for International Advisory Board members. Entry requirements include: resident of a country outside of the UK and experience of reviewing and editing for a women’s health journal.

If you are interested in helping to maintain the high quality of TOG’s articles and contributing to ideas about the future of TOG, please email Jessica Webster for the full list of entry requirements and how to apply.


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