MRCP(UK) Examining Board

Chair of the MRCP(UK) Part 2 Examining Board

The successful applicant will have overall responsibility for the clinical and academic leadership of the Part 2 Written Examining Board and for the on-going development of the Part 2 Written Examination in the context of the overall development of the MRCP(UK).

The Chair of the Part 2 Written Examining Board is a member of the MRCP(UK) Academic, Quality Management and Research Committee, which oversees academic development of the examinations, and will advise on issues affecting the academic and quality aspects of the MRCP(UK) Part 2 Written Examination

Medical Secretary of MRCP(UK) Part 2 Clinical Examining Board

The successful applicant will support the Associate Medical Director (AMD) for Clinical Examinations in running the MRCP(UK) Part 2 Clinical Examination to ensure that all academic objectives are met; assist the AMD in ensuring that the MRCP(UK) Part 2 Clinical Examination meets the standards set by the General Medical Council (GMC); be responsible for the production and accuracy of all documentary and regulatory matters relating to the MRCP(UK) Part 2 Clinical Examination; assist the Chair in advising the MRCP(UK) Management and Policy Board on policy and academic matters relating to the MRCP(UK) Part 2 Clinical Examination; deputise for the AMD as appropriate; support MRCP(UK) Central Office and the College Examination Departments in the development and delivery of the MRCP(UK) Part 2 Clinical Examination, including advising on appeals and reasonable adjustments and act as a clinical examiner (examining at least six cycles per annum, averaged over two years, i.e. a minimum of two to three days examining per year).

Chair of the Nephrology SCE Board

The successful applicant will have overall responsibility for the SCE Board to ensure that all the academic objectives are met; for ensuring that the SCE meets the standards set by the GMC; for the selection, appointment and training of board members and the monitoring of their performance; and for the on-going development of the SCE in the context of the decisions taken by the SCE Steering Group and the MRCP(UK) Management and Policy Board. They will be a member of the Nephrology SCE Standard Setting Group. The Chair will also be responsible for the on-going development of the European Certificate of Nephrology examination in partnership with the Renal Association and the UEMS Nephrology section and board.

MRCP(UK) Part 1 Examining Board members (Rheumatologist and Nephrologist)

The successful applicant will assist the Chair and Medical Secretary in the running of the Part 1 Examination to ensure that all academic objectives and standards set by the General Medical Council are met; attend meetings of the Board three times per year, convened to set examination papers; review candidate performance in the most recent diet; assist with the development of the Part 1 Examination; act on the advice of the MRCP(UK) Management and Policy Board and Examining Boards on policy and academic matters relating to the Examinations; and support MRCP(UK) Central Office on the delivery of the Examinations.

Acute Medicine SCE Examining Board member

The successful applicants will assist the Chair and Medical Secretary in the running of the Acute Medicine SCE Board to ensure that all academic objectives and standards set by the General Medical Council are met; attend meetings of the Board three times per year, convened to set examination papers; review candidate performance in the most recent diet; assist with the development of the Acute Medicine SCE; act on the advice of the MRCP(UK) Management Board and Examining Boards on policy and academic matters relating to the Examinations; and support MRCP(UK) Central Office on the delivery of the Examinations.

If you would like to apply for any of these roles, please send a one-page covering letter outlining your suitability for the post and an up-to-date CV to policy.officer@mrcpuk.org. The closing date for applications is 9 August 2019.


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