Deputy Medical Adviser
This is an exciting and unique opportunity to enhance access to clinical expertise within the organisation and shape the training for today’s and tomorrow’s doctors. Be the lead for medical appraisal within the organisation and part of the senior team in the Education and Standards Directorate, working collaboratively and flexibly alongside the Director, Assistant Directors and Head of Office to provide strategic direction and effective management of the directorate.
With a successful and strong track record of working in a senior clinical role with a licence to practise, you will have an appreciation of the framework the GMC operates within. You will bring relevant experience of policy implementation, medical education or regulation plus a portfolio of evidence of successful implementation of wider health policy, in particular in the areas of clinical governance, medical education including professional development and patient safety.
Your outstanding interpersonal skills, providing a credible and engaging voice for the GMC, promoting our work and mission to promote the highest standards of medical education and training to deliver safe, high quality medical care for patients will be apparent. This combined with your drive and passion to get things done will make a positive contribution to the GMC’s work now and for the future.
Our organisation is built on fairness and trust – the trust of patients and the medical profession. So it’s important that we can relate to the people we serve. That’s why we look for people from a range of backgrounds, and welcome broad perspectives, skills and experiences. This diversity helps us make better decisions and means that we can be more innovative in our work.
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Closing date for applications is 19 August 2018.
The GMC values equality and diversity and is committed to processes and procedures that are fair, objective, transparent and free from bias and unlawful discrimination. The GMC is a charity registered in England and Wales (1089278) and Scotland (SC037750).