Applications invited for role of Vice-President of Training and Educational Affairs

Apply by Friday 5 April 2019

We are seeking applications from Fellows for a significant clinician leadership role: the Vice-President of Training and Educational Affairs.

The successfully appointed individual will lead operational, strategic, and advisory matters relating to training and education across RCPI and its Faculties and Institutes.

This includes

  • the development of cross-College policies and strategies across a broad portfolio of activities underpinning training and education
  • high level management of Directors of Research, Examinations, Site Accreditation, Health and Wellbeing and International training
  • ensuring involvement and collaboration with our Faculties and Institutes - A key function of this role will be engaging and working with our Faculties and Institutes

Applicants should be existing Fellows of RCPI or of any of its Faculties or a Member of the Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, in good standing, resident in Ireland and registered on the Specialist Division with the Medical Council. You must have a keen interest in training and postgraduate medical education, quality assurance and continuous improvement.

The tenure of office is three years, effective from June 2019.

The person appointed will be required to attend RCPI's Dublin offices on a scheduled basis.

The time commitment is 2-3 days per week managed flexibly having regard to the requirements of the post holder.

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How to apply

Applicants should submit a CV and cover letter outlining their relevant experience to Leah O’Toole, Head of Postgraduate Training and Education by 5pm 5 April 2019.

Leah O'Toole

Head of Postgraduate Training and Education

Tel: +353 1 863 9700

Leah has overall responsibility for Postgraduate Training and Education in RCPI, including our Training, Faculties and Examinations departments.