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Chair of the Ultrasound Short Life Working Group
The role of Ultrasound SLWG Chair is an exciting opportunity to inform the development of the new EM curriculum. Tight deadlines must be met and applicants must appreciate that a level of high accuracy and attention to detail is necessary. The applicant must also be prepared to respond quickly to email correspondence from the Curriculum sub-committee (CSC) Chair and the Training Department.  Good communication skills are also needed for this position as it involves contact with a wide variety of internal and external stakeholders.
The Term of Office: the SLWG will be disbanded by the Chair of CSC once the new curriculum project is completed.

Further details are available in the Ultrasound SLWG Chair role profile.

Appointment is through self-nomination. Applicants are required to outline, in no more than 500 words, their suitability for the role including relevant experience and how they meet the person specification.  Applications should be sent to curriculum2020@rcem.ac.uk before 5pm on Friday, 19 April 2019.

Chair of the Simulation Short Life Working Group
The role of Simulation SLWG Chair is an exciting opportunity to inform the development of the new EM curriculum. Tight deadlines must be met and applicants must appreciate that a level of high accuracy and attention to detail is necessary. The applicant must also be prepared to respond quickly to email correspondence from the Curriculum sub-committee (CSC) Chair and the Training Department.  Good communication skills are also needed for this position as it involves contact with a wide variety of internal and external stakeholders.
The Term of Office: the SLWG will be disbanded by the Chair of CSC once the new curriculum project is completed.

Further details are available in the Simulation SLWG Chair role profile.

Appointment is through self-nomination. Applicants are required to outline, in no more than 500 words, their suitability for the role including relevant experience and how they meet the person specification. Applications should be sent to curriculum2020@rcem.ac.uk before 5pm on Friday, 19 April 2019.

RCEM Public Health Special Interest Group Chair – Honorary post

An opportunity to chair this exciting and innovative special interest group (SIG). RCEM is looking for a chairperson to lead the Public Health Special Interest Group. The chair’s role is to:

- Support the development, planning and implementation of the SIG’s strategy
- Host a minimum of quarterly teleconference meetings and one funded face to face meeting a year with the SIG members
- Attend the bi-annual Quality in Emergency Care (QECC) meetings at the RCEM as part of the Best Practice Committee
- Collaborate and engage with a range of internal and external stakeholders on embedding public health into emergency care, including but not limited to; the Faculty of Public Health, HEE, PHE, ROSPA, Academy of Public Health
- Attend key local and national public health events
- Oversee organisation of events and activities hosted by the SIG, including study days and conferences.

This is an honorary post and while no financial honorarium is offered for the post holder, the College will reimburse all post-related expenses (e.g. travel to meetings).

Further details are available in the RCEM Public Health Special Interest Group Chair role profile

The role would suit a current consultant in EM who has a demonstrable interest in public health. To apply for the position please send your single A4 page, personal statement to sam.mcintyre@rcem.ac.uk by 24 May 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 Tamara Pinedo on: tamara.pinedo@rcem.ac.uk

Call for nominations – Regional Chair, South Central Region

Dr Saurav Bhardwaj, the current chair of the South Central Region has moved out of the region and therefore a Fellow is sought to replace him as the representative for South Central on College Council.

For further information please click for a job description and a nomination form.  If you would like to discuss this opportunity please contact Gerardine Beckett via rcem@rcem.ac.uk