This vacancy is closed since 26 February 2021.

Deputy Director of Surgical Examinations

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
232-242 St Vincent Street, Glasgow G2 5RJ
February 2021

Background

Founded in 1599, we are the only multidisciplinary Royal College in the UK and home to over 15,000 physicians, surgeons, dental surgeons and specialists in the fields of travel medicine and podiatric medicine.

College Strategic Goal, Purpose and Values

Our strategic goal is to be the ‘Go To’ Royal College with a stated purpose to inspire and nurture our members to deliver the highest possible standards of care for their patients through a forward looking, progressive approach to training, assessment, career support and professional development. To deliver this, we embrace the values of the College namely; inclusive, community, integrity, innovative and inspiring.

The external environment in which the organisation functions is diverse and dynamic with changes not only in the governance of medical education and assessment but also to charity legislation, all of which impacts on the governance of the College.

Notes to Applicants

If you would like to discuss the position further, please contact the Director of Education and Assessment, Fiona Winter, via Helen Waland by emailing Helen.waland@rcpsg.ac.uk.

Applications for this post should be submitted via email in the first instance to:

Mrs E Mitchell
PA to Chief Operating Officer
e-mail: liz.mitchell@rcpsg.ac.uk

by Friday 26th February 2021. Applications should comprise a covering letter, outlining qualifications, personal qualities, suitability for this role and reasons for wishing to undertake this role, together with a full curriculum vitae. Interviews will be held via Microsoft Teams on the afternoon of either Tuesday 9th or Thursday 11th March.


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