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Voluntary Positions

Vacancy on Council – Role of Dean of the College

The role of Dean is a three year term, renewable once.  Dr Jason Long ends his first term of office at the AGM in the autumn this year and is eligible to stand for a second term.  Nominations are therefore sought for this role from amongst the Fellowship.  

The Dean is responsible for overseeing the educational activity of the College including the content and delivery of the Emergency Medicine Curriculum and the assessment and examination structures (WpBA and Examinations).  The Dean is involved in supporting many aspects of the work of the College and these are listed in the job description available below.

If you wish to apply please read through the paperwork and send your completed form to rcem@rcem.ac.uk by Wednesday 21 June 2017.

RCEM Invited Service Review Committee Chair – Honorary post

The College is looking for a Chair for the Invited Service Review (ISR) program. The Chair will have a role in further developing the ISR program within the College, leading the ISR Committee and ensuring that review visits are conducted in a timely and professional manner.

The role would suit a current consultant in EM who has a demonstrable interest in service design, service review and process management.

This is an honorary post and while no financial honorarium is offered for the postholder, the College pays up to 6PA for time spent preparing for and attending each review. The College will also reimburse all post related expenses (e.g. travel to reviews and meetings).

To apply for the position please send your single A4 page, personal statement to sam.mcintyre@rcem.ac.uk by 30 June 2017. Please ensure your personal statement covers your relevant experience and how you meet the person specification below.

Royal College of Emergency Medicine Professor

We are seeking to recruit a Royal College of Emergency Medicine Professor in the summer of 2017. This post is for four years and is awarded in recognition of sustained and continued excellence in academic emergency medicine. This appointment is intended to promote the profile of the recipient, their work and their academic profile along with that of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine. Additionally, the two College Professors are expected to coordinated the Emergency Medicine Clinical Studies Group.

Applications in writing are to be submitted to Professor Alasdair Gray, Chair, Research and Publications Committee, c/o Royal College of Emergency Medicine. Please include a CV and covering letter. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for interview at the College of Emergency Medicine Headquarters. Emailed applications will also be accepted - please email simon.howes@rcem.ac.uk

Applications should be submitted by Friday 30 June 2017 with interviews planned for August.

Global Health EM Committee Chair – Honorary post

​The College is looking for a Chair for Global Health EM Committee. The committee will have a role in the governance and monitoring of international work undertaken on behalf of the college, sharing and supporting collaboration between members for international work, coordinating opportunities for international contributions and providing advice and recommendations for members to work internationally. 

The role would suit a current consultant in EM who has a demonstrable interest in global emergency medicine development. 

The Terms of Reference for this committee are still in draft and will be finalised after the initial meeting, subject to Council approval in due course. 

This is an honorary post. The College will also reimburse all post related expenses (e.g. travel to meetings).

To apply for the position please send your CV and a personal statement detailing your suitability for the role in no more than 500 words, to Victoria.dewitt@rcem.ac.uk by 30 June 2017. Please ensure your personal statement covers your relevant experience and how you meet the person specification.

Global Health EM Committee Members – Honorary post

The College is asking for expressions of interest in joining the Global Health EM Committee. The committee will have a role in the governance and monitoring of international work undertaken on behalf of the college, sharing and supporting collaboration between members for international work, coordinating opportunities for international contributions and providing advice and recommendations for members to work internationally. 

The role would suit current consultants in EM who have a demonstrable interest in global emergency medicine development. 

The Terms of Reference for this committee are still in draft and will be finalised after the initial meeting, subject to Council approval in due course. 

This is an honorary post. The College will also reimburse all post related expenses (e.g. travel to meetings).

To apply for the position please send your CV to victoria.dewitt@rcem.ac.uk by 6 July 2017. Please ensure your CV includes your relevant experience for the role.

RCEM Service Design & Configuration Committee Member – Honorary post

The College is looking for members of the newly formed Service Design & Configuration Committee. The committee will coordinate service design and delivery policy in emergency medicine, and ensure the college is appropriately represented on national bodies that relate to service design and configuration.

In this role you will be expected to attend two London based committee meetings a year, and at times attend other service design meetings to represent the College. This role will be for three years, potentially renewable for a further three years.

The role would suit a current consultant in EM who has a demonstrable interest in service design and delivery.

To apply for the position please send your single A4 page, personal statement to sam.mcintyre@rcem.ac.uk by 14 July 2017. Please ensure your personal statement covers your relevant experience and how you meet the person specification below.

RCEM Service Design & Configuration Committee Chair – Honorary post

The College is looking for a Chair for the Service Design & Configuration Committee. The Chair will chair committee meetings, coordinate service design and delivery policy in emergency medicine, and ensure the college is appropriately represented on national bodies that relate to service design and configuration.

In this role you will be expected to attend and Chair two London based committee meetings a year, and at times attend other service design meetings to represent the College. As Chair, you will also be expected to attend at least three Council meetings per year. This role will be for three years, potentially renewable for a further three years.

The role would suit a current consultant in EM who has a demonstrable interest in service design and delivery.

To apply for the position please send your single A4 page, personal statement to sam.mcintyre@rcem.ac.uk by 30 June 2017. Please ensure your personal statement covers your relevant experience and how you meet the person specification below. 

ECDS Regional Champion x10

IMPORTANT: Please note that funding currently being sought for this role and has not yet been agreed.  Therefore these details, particularly relating to financial aspects and backfill, are draft and subject to change.  This job description and person specification is intended to give guidance to persons interested in expressing an interest in the role and is not the final item.

The Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) is working with NHS Digital to implement the Emergency Care Data Set in England from 1 August until 30 November 2017.

NHS Digital is supporting both the IT and the clinical aspects of the roll-out of ECDS, and it is recognised that there is no substitute for face-to-face communication to explain both the need for change, the benefits that will result and to help sites implement practical solutions.

RCEM is working together with the ECDS project delivery team to appoint approximately ten ‘ECDS Regional Champions’ to support implementation of ECDS.

For informal enquiries and to find out more about ECDS and the role, please contact EDCS Clinical Lead Tom Hughes.

To express interest in one of the ECDS Regional Champion posts, please contact RCEM Quality Manager Sam McIntyre by 14 July 2017.