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Education roles May 2019

Vacancies for education committee and honorary roles starting in May 2019.

Education activities include specialty training, curriculum, and workplace issues.

You can also see vacancies for clinical quality and examinations roles.

See full details below for the following roles:

  • Equivalence Advisory Group
    • Equivalence Advisor
  • Specialty Education Advisory Committee
    • Workplace Behaviours Adviser
  • Core Curriculum Committee
    • College Tutor Representative

How to apply

Please read the role description and committee terms of reference (if applicable), then complete the application form (Word document 58kb) and return no later than the deadline to:

  • Contact: Hannah Mackenzie
  • Email: committee.vacancies@rcog.org.uk
  • Tel: +44 20 7772 6317
  • Post: Committee Vacancies, President/CEO Directorate, RCOG, 27 Sussex Place, London, NW1 4RG

We encourage as many people to apply as possible. We wish to ensure broad representation of our membership across College activities, and make sure that your expertise and skills feed into our work.

We carefully consider all applications. Please contact us if you have any queries about the roles, or your eligibility to apply. 

Read our Equal opportunities policy and Diversity policy.

 

Equivalence Advisory Group

Equivalence Advisor

As a Member/Fellow representative on the Equivalence Advisory Group, you will contribute to the assessment of CESR applications against the current core curriculum in O&G.

This is a Tier 4 position on the College’s Faculty Development Framework.

 

Specialty Education Advisory Committee

Workplace Behaviours Adviser

As Workplace Behaviours Advisor, you will work with Heads of Schools, the UK regional training and education structures, and Postgraduate Deans to provide the specialty specific advice and knowledge required to act effectively at trust/hospital level. You will also work with the Trainees’ Committee to ensure regional approaches are coordinated and best practice disseminated and the Supporting Doctors Group to coordinate activity with wider support structures and programmes for all fellows, members and trainees.

This is a Tier 4 position on the College’s Faculty Development Framework.

 

Core Curriculum Committee

College Tutor Representative

As College Tutor Rep, you will take part in all decision-making related to the work of the Core Curriculum Committee and be the link between the Committee and College Tutors, keeping both up to date with developments related to training.

This is a Tier 4 position on the College’s Faculty Development Framework.

You can also see vacancies for clinical quality and examinations roles.