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EDUCATIONAL CO-ORDINATOR FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
1 Part-time – 0.5 x Programmed Activity per week
Fixed Term for 12 months
For Consultant Applicants - Salary Scale - £91,474 - £121, 548 per annum pro rata
For non-medical appointees (GPC, HCPC, NMC), an allocation of time will be built into the agreed core duties and responsibilities
Salary Scale will be determined in accordance with the provision of NHS Circular PCS (AFC) 2021/2 and 2021/3
Looking for a new and exciting challenge? Then think about working in NHS Forth Valley in the heart of Scotland.
NHS Forth Valley seeks to appoint an experienced and enthusiastic candidate for this Educational Co-ordinator position. Eligible candidates should currently hold either a Consultant post or professional registration; have a strong interest in Medical Education and a commitment to teamwork.
The post is for 0.5 programmed activity per week and is likely to take the form of a secondment from or in addition to a clinical appointment. Appointment and the salary are in accordance with the nationally agreed salary scales. There are no clinical duties within this post. Duties will be based mainly at the Scottish Centre for Simulation and Clinical Human Factors (SCSCHF) within Forth Valley Royal Hospital.
Applicants are encouraged to visit the SCSCHF and meet key staff. Informal enquiries should be directed by telephone to Dr Julie Mardon, Director, SCSCHF, Forth Valley Royal Hospital (01324 567412). Details of previous post holders contact details may be available on request.
You can look forward to a warm welcome and strong support from colleagues. Our hospital is situated in the heart of Scotland, nestled against the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, and close to vibrant towns that are richly endowed with excellent cultural and sporting facilities, offering good transport links to Edinburgh and Glasgow.
To apply for this post, please visit the job posting on the NHS Scotland Job Train website.. Applicants should have either
- full GMC registration, a licence to practise and on the Specialist Register or be within 6 months of the anticipated award of a CCT at the time of interview or have a certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR). Applicants are required to have evidence of recent continued academic and professional development
- or GPC / HCPC / NMC registration
- Excellent, communication, listening and organisational skills are essential.
Closing date: Friday 3rd March
Interview date: To be confirmed
Please quote reference number 137247 on all correspondence.
NHS Forth Valley is an equal opportunities employer.