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Quality Officer (Grade G) – salary £30,000 per annum

An opportunity to make an impact on the clinical quality and service design of UK emergency medicine as part of a small dynamic team.  Emergency Medicine is a fast-paced and diverse area, and this role is no different.  You’ll enjoy a challenging and varied role working on multiple service delivery and quality improvement workstreams.

The role would suit someone with experience of local or national clinical audit, quality improvement, NHS service design, or clinical governance who is looking to make a real difference to UK emergency medicine.  You will work with the Quality Manager and Deputy Quality Manager to deliver projects that improve the quality of emergency medicine across the UK.  Areas in which you will get a chance to work include three national clinical audits and quality improvement programmes a year, patient safety, the design of emergency departments and their services, sustainability of the workforce, work with clinicians and patients to produce new national guidance on clinical care, and progress patient safety.

A full job description and person specification is available here.  

To apply please complete the application form available here and send to by 5.00pm on 1st February 2019.  To discuss the role informally in advance, please email Sam McIntyre, Quality Manager at 

Interviews to take place on 15th February.

Clinical Educators evaluation team – 4 posts (please note new closing date for applications: 6 February 2019)

Expressions of interest are requested from experienced EM consultants working in NHS Trusts in England for roles in the team which will evaluate HEE and RCEM’s Clinical Educators pilot.

Clinical Team Evaluator (CTE) 2 posts (1-2 PA each)

Clinical Development Support (CDS) 2 posts (1 PA each)

The clinical educators pilot project was developed to capture and evaluate models of improved Clinical Educator support.  53 Acute Trusts in England have joined the pilot, which commenced from 1st October 2018. To date there are 112 clinical educators appointed.  The pilot is accompanied by an independent evaluation, which aims to test the workforce impact and future development options for the clinical educator role.

These posts are funded by HEE and will be available from 6 February 2019 until 29 November 2019 (timeline subject to change).   Full job description and person specifications for the Evaluator Team roles are available here.

Applicants for all posts should submit an expression of interest to, including which post applied for and a personal statement of up to 500 words outlining how they meet the person specification.  Deadline for receipt of applications is 5pm on 6 February 2019.

Vice Chair of the Welsh National Board - Six Month Trial
There is an exciting vacancy for a Vice Chair for our National Board in Wales. The role includes deputising for the Vice President, Jo Mower, at meetings of RCEM Council and Executive, assisting in policy discussions with the government and liaising with the College office with regard to media enquiries.

We would like to offer this role to Fellows in Wales on a six month trial basis so that you can experience the role and workload before deciding whether you would like to continue. 

If you are interested in this opportunity, please email Zoe Moulton on:  

Closing date: Friday 21 December 2018