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Community Sub Dean Primary Care (Fixed term, part time)

Lifespan and Population Health

UK Other

£77,769 to £100,810 per annum pro-rata depending on skills and experience.

Closing Date
Monday 05 August 2024

Interview Date
Wednesday 21 August 2024


The Primary Care Education Unit (PCEU) at the University of Nottingham are recruiting to the role of Community Sub-Dean in primary care. The successful applicant will work closely with an award-winning education team in supporting, maintaining and building capacity for the network of practices that deliver clinical placements across primary care courses for the Nottingham BMBS. You will work closely with General Practitioners (GPs) across the region ensuring that GP practices deliver the curriculum objectives for primary care courses and conform to University quality standards. Community Sub-Deans contribute to the training of clinical educators based in primary care by planning and organising tutor training events for GP tutors. Quality assurance activities undertaken include practice visits, assimilation of feedback and alignment with existing quality assurance process within the Primary Care Education Unit.

This is a fixed-term, part-time (7.7 hours per week) post available for one year.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Prof Jaspal Taggar, Head of Undergraduate GP Education Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.

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