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DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF THE ACCELERATED GRADUATE-ENTRY MEDICAL COURSE
Part-time – 1 PA (4 hours per week)
Applications are invited for two Deputy Directorships of the Accelerated Graduate Entry Medical Course, tenable for a period two or three years from 1 October 2016, or as soon as possible thereafter. You will support the Director of the Graduate Entry Medical Course, currently Dr Paul Dennis, in arranging admissions, teaching and assessment in the first two years of the course, and in the performance of academic managerial duties connected with the course. You will demonstrate substantial recent or current experience of working in a medical education environment in either a teaching, administrative or management role. You will be expected to be at a senior academic or consultant (or equivalent) level, preferably clinically qualified, and will be appointed on the basis of experience and knowledge.
Each post is available on a part-time basis equivalent to one Programmed Activity (four hours per week) for those currently employed at consultant level within the National Health Service or University. An appointee currently holding a full-time University or NHS appointment could be paid via a ‘buy-out’ arrangement of their current salary, or as an additional programmed activity.
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The closing date for applications is 12 midday, Friday 9th September 2016. The interviews are likely to be held in the afternoon of Tuesday 20th September 2016.
Applications are particularly welcome from women and black and minority ethnic candidates, who are under-represented in academic posts in Oxford. Committed to equality and valuing diversity.