We work to ensure the medical profession develops and maintains high standards so that patients get the best possible care.
We are passionate about our work, committed to quality, proud of our heritage, and innovators and leaders in the promotion of health, both in Ireland and internationally.
We are always looking for highly-skilled, motivated people to join our team.
We offer competitive salary and benefits packages with progressive employment and training policies that support the continuous development of our staff.
You will benefit from our flexible working schedule that allows you to balance your work and life demands.
RCPI is seeking to appoint a Training Coordinator to the Programme Management Office. The successful candidate will report to the Business Change Manager while working closely with the Programme Management Office team and departments on the identification and delivery of staff training requirements specifically related to digital services, business applications and new cross-functional and organisation-wide new programmes and activities. The successful candidate will also own the staff training schedule, create training collateral and tutorials and develop standards of training with system owners.
RCPI are seeking to appoint an Education Specialist. The successful candidate will have primary responsibility for the design and development of an extensive range of postgraduate medical educational programmes for doctors in training and for fully qualified specialists; the development of specialist training curricula and assessment methods and the on-going evaluation of all programmes and curriculum. The successful candidate will work closely with a range of RCPI departments (Heads of Functions & Department managers, Education, Innovation & Research team, National Specialty Directors (NSD) and the Operations Department) and external stakeholders including the Irish Medical Council and the HSE.
RCPI are seeking to appoint a Coordinator, Medical Training. The Coordinator, Medical Training has primary responsibility for coordinating and supporting the planning and execution of medical specialist training programmes. The Coordinator supports the relationship between RCPI and trainees throughout the training programmes, ensuring both integrity and quality is maintained and communicating and involving relevant stakeholders including trainees, trainers, programme directors and National Specialty Directors.
The National Clinical Programmes are a joint collaborative between the Health Service Executive (HSE) and medical training colleges. The National Clinical Programme for Rheumatology (NCPR) is a joint collaborative between the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI) and the HSE. Among the priorities of the NCPR is the MSK Physiotherapy Initiative, a joint physiotherapy-led initiative between the NCPR and the National Clinical Programme for Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery (NCPTOS). This initiative currently has 22 Clinical Specialist Physiotherapists in post nationally, which will soon increase to 28 following the allocation of an additional 6 posts. In order to facilitate its expansion into primary care in a phased manner, RCPI is seeking to appoint a Planning and Performance Lead Physiotherapist. The MSK Physiotherapy Initiative Steering Group has identified the need for a 0.5 post tasked with both optimising and assisting in the expansion of the MSK Physiotherapy initiative in the acute setting, and developing an integrated model of care for MSK Physiotherapy.
RCPI is seeking to appoint a Research Manager to manage the work of RCPI’s research department. The role will demand a high degree of collaboration with the Education Development Department, with the constituent training bodies of RCPI and with both internal and external stakeholders to ensure that RCPI’s research objectives are achieved and that RCPI’s research outputs are to the highest international standards The Research Department has a strategic focus on medical education, the wellbeing of physicians, health services research, in particular quality and patient safety and clinical leadership.