Assistant GP Director SE Scotland
Hours: 4 – 5 PA’s: 16 – 20 hours per week
Flexible Location: NES is a remote friendly employer supporting office, remote and hybrid working. We’re happy to talk about how you want to work.
NHS Education for Scotland (NES) is the national health board with statutory responsibilities to effect sustainable change through workforce development, education and training across the health and social care system in Scotland, while working at UK level with partner organisations.
This is a new Assistant GP Director post within NES. Although the postholder will be looking after the SE region, this may be subject to change depending on the needs of GP training. The Assistant Director of Postgraduate General Practice Education (AD) has responsibility for assisting the Postgraduate GP Dean/Director of Postgraduate GP Education in the development and management of education for General Practice in the SE Region of the Scotland Deanery particularly, but responsibility may extend to other programmes outwith this region. Responsibility for particular programmes will be discussed at interview.
The AD will work with the Director and other colleagues to discharge this responsibility across the Deanery. The AD is accountable to the Director of Postgraduate General Practice Education and ultimately to the Medical Director.
The AD role will include commitment to national Scotland Deanery activities. The national activities will be negotiated with the Director.
If you are interested in this vacancy and would like further information, please refer to the job information pack below. You may also contact Prof Amjad Khan, Postgraduate GP Dean/Director of Postgraduate GP Education by email at Amjad.email@example.com
Unless otherwise stated the deadline for applications is 23:59hrs on the closing date.
Closing Date: 7th December 2022
Interview Date: To be confirmed
You must have eligibility and entitlement to work in the UK which is required to be maintained throughout your period of employment. Evidence of this must be produced upon request.
We actively encourage applicants from a range of backgrounds, regardless of gender, age, disability, race, sexual orientation, religion or belief.
If you have any queries regarding the application portal or the recruitment process, please contact us at: EoS.ERRS@nhs.scot