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- Clinical Teaching Fellow
- Core Trainee
- 12 month contract
- Up to 40
- Hull Royal Infirmary / Castle Hill / Other
- £37,935 per annum
- 11/12/2019 23:59
Clinical Teaching Fellow
Hull York Medical School,
Castle Hill Hospital / Hull Royal Infirmary
CT1 / CT2 – Full Time (Less hours considered)
12 month post commencing August 2020
This is an exciting opportunity to join the Hull York Medical School teaching team within Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. The post is offered as a 12 month fixed term post. Hours can be flexible around the needs of the service and may involve some travel to other HYMS teaching sites. We also encourage a fixed clinical shift as part of the post.
The successful applicants will be responsible for assisting and developing the delivery of the Hull York Medical School’s curriculum on the MBBS and PA MSc programmes, contributing to the development of relevant and innovative pedagogical methods to maximise student learning. The role could include simulation, prescribing teaching, communication skills, bedside teaching and also a large research focus, working as part of a team of clinical fellows. There will also be an opportunity to complete a part-funded Postgraduate Certificate in Health Professions Education (PGcHPE) qualification. The work is challenging, varied and a valuable addition to your professional development and career.
Applicants should be enthusiastic, motivated and interested in education, preferably with experience of delivering near-peer medical education. You should possess proven communication and interpersonal skills. It is important you are comfortable engaging with students, patients and staff at all levels.
You must have appropriate UK professional registration.
This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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