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Clinical lead and working group member: The Lady Estelle Wolfson Emerging Leaders Fellowship

The Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCS England) wishes to recruit a clinical lead, working group and advisors for the redevelopment of The Lady Estelle Wolfson Emerging Leaders Fellowship. The programme aims to give women in surgery the confidence and tools they need to apply for, and secure, leadership roles within the College and more widely.

The programme will offer a series of learning events while enabling participants (fellows) to benefit from observing leaders in their roles. The fellows will also have the support of a mentor or ‘buddy’ and opportunities for developing a support network.

We are seeking a clinical lead, working group members plus those willing and able to contribute to the development and delivery of this exciting programme.

We welcome faculty from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. We are keen to build a community of faculty who can act as role models to course participants and represent the diversity of people who work in surgery.

Most roles within the learning department are voluntary and we are grateful to our faculty members who donate their time to support excellence in surgical education. This practice applies to the working group and advisors.

The College does however recognise that clinical leads are committing more time and has developed a model whereby it contributes towards remuneration directly to their employing trust. See the remuneration details within the job description below.

For those applying for the clinical lead role, we would also advise you to refer to the job description and person specification document

Informal advice may be sought from the Learning and Development Lead, Liz Brookfield.

Clinical lead applications

Those interested should send:

  • a CV, focusing on how they meet the person specification below
  • a short statement of how they would carry out the role and why they are the right person to lead this piece of work
  • the names of two referees

These should be sent to Ola Kujaszewska. We will be following a ‘blind shortlisting’ process and so names and other personal information will be removed from your CV before the applications are shortlisted for interview.

Closing date for receipt of applications is Thursday 1 July 2021. Interview dates are still to be confirmed but will be held via a virtual meeting.

Working group/ advisors: Those interested in these roles should send a CV and a short statement focusing on how they would like to get involved to Ola Kujaszewska

Closing date for receipt of applications is Thursday 5 August 2021.

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