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Associate Professor (non-Clinical)/Clinical Associate Professor of Medical Education and Deputy Director of Student Wellbeing (Part time)

School of Medicine - Education Centre

UK Other

Associate Professor £57696 to £70897 per annum (pro rata) depending on skills and experience. Salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance

Clinical Associate Professor £93666 to £126281 per annum (pro rata) depending on skills and experience.

Closing Date
Wednesday 31 July 2024

Interview Date
To be confirmed


Applications are invited for this significant leadership post within the University of Nottingham School of Medicine. This position can be for a clinically or non clinically qualified applicant

As Associate Professor (non-clinical)/Clinical Associate Professor of Medical Education and Deputy Director of Student Wellbeing, you will make a significant leadership contribution to the wellbeing provision for our undergraduate students in the School of Medicine.  In particular, in liaison with the Director of Student Wellbeing, you will be responsible for the School Wellbeing Strategy and ensure our provision is aligned to need and enhances the overall student experience.

Additionally, you will participate as a senior leader in the Education Centre’s organisation, management and strategic planning and contribute to management within the School of Medicine and to the University’s strategic planning processes.

You will have achieved, and sustained, scholarship in teaching practice and an outstanding reputation for excellence in medical education.

You will be directly responsible for our international students and will be expected to establish international wellbeing, induction and support provision. You will have direct responsibility for liaison with our occupational health providers and transfer of information processes.

You will lead on the School’s work to ensure our final year medical students are supported through the National pre-allocation process and Step Foundation transition process.

This post is available on a permanent basis. Hours of work are 16 hours per week (0.4FTE), which can be undertaken flexibly and with the expectation that you are available to lead a whole team meeting on a Wednesday morning.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Pam Hagan, email Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.

It is a condition of this post that satisfactory enhanced disclosure is obtained from the 'Disclosure and Barring Service'.

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