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Health Education England (HEE) has responsibility for ensuring high quality education and training is provided to all health professionals including the next generation of doctors, dentists and nurses across the area. To do this effectively and to ensure the best possible outcomes and experience for patients and people, HEE works closely with key stakeholders to ensure everything is driven by patient needs and by local healthcare providers.
Applications are invited for the role of Associate Postgraduate Dean (Academic Training) for London.
The post will be a part-time secondment from the successful applicants' employing Trust and the initial tenure of the appointment will be for three years from 1 August 2019.
This Associate Postgraduate Dean - Academic Training post is established to undertake a key role with lead responsibility for the promotion of all clinical aspects of academic training with HEE stakeholders, as well as other agreed Associate Postgraduate Dean roles and responsibilities.
Further Role Details
Additional role details are available in the person specification.
The post offers an exciting challenge for an individual who has the following:
o Registered with a license to practise
o membership of a Royal College, Faculty, professional association and/or regulatory body
The successful applicant must have considerable experience of clinical and educational leadership and innovation, and proven experience of developing strategic plans and managing change, ideally in medical education.
The appointment is offered as a secondment opportunity to HEE London from an appropriate employer for a period of three years. This can then be extended by the agreement of all parties, normally for a maximum period of a further three years.
For further details / informal visits contact:
Sanjiv Ahluwalia, Postgraduate Dean - ( Email address removed )
Please note that the closing date is given as a guide. We reserve the right to close this vacancy once a sufficient number of applications has been received. You are advised to submit your application as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
Candidates are reminded that, if you are applying on a secondment basis, you must have agreement with your current manager that if successful you will be released for the period of the secondment.
Staff recruited from outside the NHS will usually be appointed at the bottom of the pay band.
If you are successful at interview, then it is normal practice for our recruitment service to request your references as soon as possible and this may happen prior to you receiving a written offer letter.
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