Current vacancies

Please look at our current job opportunities at the College.

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Sub-Specialty Recruitment Coordinator

Fixed term until 31 May 2015- external secondments welcome

An opportunity has arisen for a Sub-Specialty Recruitment Coordinator within the Recruitment and Careers Team at the London office.  We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, pro-active person to manage the recruitment of paediatric trainees into our sub-specialty training programmes.

The role involves working with a wide range of stakeholders including paediatric trainees, consultant sub-specialty paediatricians, College Officers and administrative staff.

The Sub-specialty Recruitment Coordinator will produce materials to support the promotion of sub-specialty training opportunities available to paediatric trainees together with the coordination of the NTN Grid recruitment scheme, supporting consultants and trainees through the process.

The ideal candidate will have experience of working in a Human Resources or medical administration environment, and will be confident in running events. In addition they will possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills and will have the ability to manage competing priorities and work on their own initiative.

The post is at grade 5 and the salary offered for this post ranges from £31,012 pa to £37,732 pa. All appointments are usually made at the first point on the scale.

Further information about the role - Sub-Specialty Recruitment Coordinator Job Description and Person Specification (PDF, 6 pages, 1MB)

To apply - please complete an application form and send to recruitment@rcpch.ac.uk by 5pm on Friday 1 August 2014.

Interviews will take place on Monday 11 August 2014

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Emily Gooday on 020 7092 6139.
 

Psychometric Analyst

An opportunity has arisen for a Psychometric Analyst to work within the Quality and Standards Team at the London office.  

The Education and Training Division supports the College in its responsibility for setting and monitoring standards of training and assessment of doctors working in paediatrics and child health in the UK. The Division runs a very well regarded system of examinations, completion of which allows membership of the College and progression within the paediatric training programme.

The main purpose of the post is to undertake the calculation of all College examination results, along with performing the data manipulation necessary to produce pass marks for all College examinations and to provide the routine statistical analysis on their performance, covering many aspects. The post holder will additionally support the Psychometrician with research, project and other ad hoc duties.

Key requirements are a post-graduate qualification with a research component and the ability to manipulate and report on data in a meaningful way. A ‘can-do’ attitude and experience or knowledge of the administration and evaluation of examinations and assessments would be particularly advantageous.

The post holder will have relevant experience and be required to work with many members of the division, where good communication and interpersonal skills are imperative.A high level of accuracy, organisation skills and excellent IT skills are also essential.

This is a very involved role requiring the ability to multitask and work efficiently with minimal supervision.

The post is at grade 5 and the salary offered for this post ranges from £31,012 pa to £37,732 pa. All appointments are usually made at the first point on the scale.

For further information about the role - Psychometric Analyst Job Description and Person Specification (PDF, 7 pages, 982KB)

To apply - please complete an application form and send to recruitment@rcpch.ac.uk by 5pm on Friday 1 August 2014

Interviews will take place on Wednesday 13 August 2014

 

Events Officer

This exciting role will see the post holder work closely with the Events and Business Development Manager to assist in the organisation and successful running of College events and courses, including the Annual Conference, Membership Ceremonies and other high profile events.

The College is therefore looking for someone who has previous events management and events administration experience, and who has excellent communication skills. They must also have an organised, methodical and structured approach to work.

This post is at grade 4 and the salary offered for this post is £26,750pa, within a salary range of £26,750 pa and £32,5465 pa (all appointments at the College are usually offered at the first point on the scale).

Further information about the role - Events Officer Job Description and Person Specification (PDF, 811KB, 5 pages).

To apply - please complete an application form and send to recruitment@rcpch.ac.uk by 5pm on Wednesday 20 August 2014

Interviews will take place on Wednesday 3 September 2014
 

Notes

Please note that CV’s will not be accepted.

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