An exciting new role has been created at the Institute to join the staff in its central London office as Head of Learning and Development
This role will report directly to the Deputy Chief Executive but will also work closely with the Executive Head of Education and the Head of Examinations and will be key in helping to shape and deliver the Institute’s e-learning and development strategies.
The successful candidate will be an experienced biomedical or clinical scientist qualified with an HSD or MSc, with a good knowledge of the Institute’s professional examinations and their associated portfolios and also of the CPD requirements for maintaining HCPC registration. This person will be responsible for co-ordinating the transition of our examinations on to our e-learning platform and for developing the associated materials to support our portfolio examiners and verifiers. In addition, we are looking to develop our CPD offering, and the successful candidate will be expected to identify and source existing and new CPD material suitable for members with all levels of experience, for incorporation on to our e-learning platform.
This role would suit someone who is enthusiastic about learning with strong personal, organisational and project management skills. Excellent communication skills are essential to this role as the successful applicant will be dealing with multiple stakeholders and subject matter experts across the organisation and the wider profession.
Salary equivalent to NHS AfC Band 8a but we are open to negotiation depending on experience to attract the right candidate for the role.
For further information and a copy of the job description and person specification, or to arrange an informal chat with the Deputy Chief Executive, please email email@example.com.
To apply, please send your CV and a letter of application, stating why you feel you are appropriate for this role and what you feel you could bring to our team, to Sarah May, Deputy Chief Executive at firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date for applications is 31st October 2021; applications received after this date will not be considered.