Advanced Clinical Practice Fellow

Role Profile: Advanced Clinical Practice Fellow

 

Role Profile:

Advanced Clinical Practice Fellow

Grade:

ACP or Holding an East of England National Training Number (NTN).

 

These roles are for trainees working within an East of England Training post only. We are unable to accept applications from trainees currently working in East/ West Midlands or any other region. 

 

Line Manager:

APD Wider workforce

Accountable to:

Postgraduate Dean, or nominated Deputy

HEE East of England Office

Hours of work:

 

2-2.5 days per week for 1 year (Flexible according to negotiated time out of clinical work)

 

Training:

This role may or may not extend the length of your training, depending upon specified competencies within your Specialty. 

 

Applicants must obtain pre-agreement from their Manager/TPD and employing trust that they will be allowed to take up the role before submitting an application

 

You may need to consider applying for Out of Programme experience or Less Than Full Time training.

Type of contract:

Fixed term- for 12 months only.

 

 

HEE will fund your percentage of fellowship time/work directly to your employing trust. You will be paid via your employing trust for your Fellowship work at the same time as you would be paid for your clinical role.  

 

 

Requirement to travel:

Yes

 

Role purpose and context

The East of England Office within Health Education England (HEE) is committed to providing outstanding support and development for Doctors in Training and the wider workforce.  The role of the ACP fellow is to support HEE in the key areas identified, to work across the system to support ACP development and to ensure the website remains updated.

 

The ACP fellow will be an active member in the HEE EoE ACP steering group and support members with strategic projects, setting objectives and delivering tangible outputs in the key areas identified by HEE EoE.

 

They will provide support, guidance and feedback to HEE and their external stakeholders on changes to policy, process and new initiatives. They will also act as a voice for HEE, keeping ACP’s and trainees up to date and making them aware of what support it available to them.

 

They will work closely with the Deputy Post-Graduate Deans, Associate Post-Graduate Deans, Heads of Schools, the Fellow network and other stakeholders. Fellows work as a team to promote and support the establishment.

 

Fellows can build mentoring, teaching, leadership and project management skills, whilst experiencing cross specialty working to deliver sustainable improvement to the training experience. 

Role objectives

Raise the profile of Advanced Clinical Practice and increase engagement across the region.

 

Support providers, HEI’s, ACP’s and doctors in the development and implementation of ACP.

 

Triangulate information between HEE East of England, educators, external stakeholders and the trainees in the region.

 

Enable more practitioners working in ACP roles to successfully navigate training and to reach their full potential, by ensuring they fully understand the role HEE EoE plays in their training.

 

 

Criteria

Essential

Desirable

Education and level of experience

MBBS or equivalent

HEE East of England ST3 or above

Or advanced clinical practitioner

 

Experience

Experienced nurse/AHP/doctor with a comprehensive knowledge of ACP

 

Previous experience in a leadership role and/or supporting the delivery of a project

 

Cross specialty or multi-professional teaching

 

Resource development

 

Experience in working across systems

Skills, Abilities & Knowledge

A commitment to delivering high quality improvement

 

Excellent organisational abilities:

  • Ability to forward plan
  • Ability to keep on track to deliver sustainable outcomes
  • Time management and prioritisation skills
  • Ability to undertake research/projects

 

Adept in using MS Office (Excel; Word; Power Point); Internet; Email

 

People management and leadership skills

 

Ability to work collaboratively across grades, specialties and professions

 

Able to work both independently and as part of a team

 

Great interpersonal and communication skills that will enable you to:

·        

articulate vision

·        

communicate effectively

·        

encourage ability

·        

engage well with a variety of stakeholders

·        

inspire & motivate

 

Personally, you should be resilient, be open to challenge and have flexibility in your approach and in your working hours

Knowledge of avenues of support for Trainees in difficulty

 

 

Social media / website skills

 

 

 

Key responsibilities:

To make a significant contribution to HEE East of England Office’s goal to increase engagement with the schools.

To engage on a regular basis with the relevant Associate and Deputy Post-Graduate Deans providing written updates or reports to evidence progression with the assignment and project delivery, as well as provide an annual report on the work that has been completed, progress made, and areas of difficulty/concern.

To be the trainee voice of the ACP forum, feeding back to HEE EoE on key issues to support the decision-making process. 

To engage with individuals and programmes within HEE EoE across related areas to share knowledge and skills.

To undertake projects that will shape and develop ACP at local and national level.

To take the lead in circulating trainee surveys in HEE EoE related matters and report back to the Senior Leadership Team on the responses.

To encourage the sharing of good practice between Schools and Providers.

To develop and keep the ACP section of the website up to date.

To manage trainee and stakeholder engagement in HEE matters.

Any other duties which may be deemed appropriate for this role and which may develop over a period of time.

To comply, at all times, with all policies, guidelines and protocols of the NHS and HEE.

Anaesthesia Educational Fellow

Role Profile: Anaesthesia Education Fellow  

 

 

Role Profile:  

Anaesthesia Education Fellow  

Grade:  

ST5 or above  

Line Manager:  

HoS, East of England (Rowan Burnstein) 

Accountable to:  

Postgraduate Dean, or nominated Deputy 

HEE East of England Office  

Hours of work:  

 

Flexible according to negotiated time out of clinical work – up to 50% 

Training:  

This role may or may not extend the length of your training, depending upon specified competencies within your Specialty.   
 

Applicants must obtain pre-agreement from their TPD and employing trust that they will be allowed to take up the role before submitting an application 

 

You may need to consider applying for Out of Programme experience or Less Than Full Time training. 

Type of contract:  

Fixed term  

Requirement to travel:  

Yes  

 

Role purpose and context  

The East of England Office within Health Education England (HEE) is committed to providing outstanding opportunities for regional study leave, ensuring it is accessible to all trainees.  The role of the Anaesthesia Education Fellow is to support educational development in the School of Anaesthesia. 

 

Specifically, the Anaesthesia Education Fellow will be required to evaluate alternative (to current) methods of delivering the regional study leave program (excluding simulation) to trainees at all levels in the School of Anaesthesia.   

 

The Anaesthesia Education Fellow will work with HEE EoE officers to develop a business plan for the delivery of a new education platform and program for regional training in the School of Anaesthesia.  

 

To engage and negotiate with 3rd party businesses/software providers with HEE to deliver a new education platform for regional training in the School of Anaesthesia. 

 

The Anaesthesia Education Fellow will work with trainees, trainers and other stakeholders  to roll out delivery of the new education program across the School.  

 

The Anaesthesia Education Fellow will work with an HEE appointed administrator to ensure the new educational delivery system becomes embedded within the school study leave program, is sustainable and is cost effective.  

 

The Anaesthesia Education Fellow will work with the School Education TPD and other school officers to ensure the School website is maintained and up to date, particularly with reference to educational opportunities. 

 

The Anaesthesia Education Fellow will provide support, guidance and feedback to HEE and their external stakeholders on changes to policy, process and new initiatives relating to regional study leave delivery.  

 

The Anaesthesia Education Fellow will work closely with the Trainee Forum, Deputy Post-Graduate Dean, Heads of Schools, the Fellow network and other stakeholders. Fellows work as a team to promote and support the establishment. They will attend and contribute to the Trainee Forum, Faculty and School Board meetings to engage stakeholders and keep them up to date with progress surrounding new program resources.  

  

Fellows have the opportunity to build mentoring, teaching, leadership and project management skills, whilst experiencing cross specialty working to deliver sustainable improvement to the trainee educational experience.   

Role objectives 

To deliver a revised method of delivering regional training to the School of Anaesthesia across the East of England. 

 

To evaluate and evolve regional training program delivery as appropriate 

 

To increase accessibility of regional training to Anaesthesia and intensive care trainees at all levels of traning.  

 

 

 

 

Criteria  

Essential  

Desirable  

Education and level of experience 

MBBS or equivalent 

 

HEE East of England ST5 or above 

 

Experience 

Previous experience in a leadership role and/or supporting the delivery of a project 

 

Cross specialty or multi-professional teaching 

 

Resource development 

Skills, Abilities & Knowledge 

A commitment to delivering high quality improvement 

 

Excellent organisational abilities: 

  • Ability to forward plan 

  • Ability to keep on track to deliver sustainable outcomes 

  • Time management and prioritisation skills 

 

Adept in using MS Office (Excel; Word; Power Point); Internet; Email 

  

People management and leadership skills 

 

Ability to work collaboratively across grades, specialties and professions 

 

Able to work both independently and as part of a team 

 

  • Great interpersonal and communication skills that will enable you to:  

  • articulate vision 

  • communicate effectively 

  • encourage ability 

  • engage well with a variety of stakeholders 

  • inspire & motivate 

 

Personally, you should be resilient, be open to challenge and have flexibility in your approach and in your working hours 

  • Knowledge of different methods of delivering regional training 

  •  

Ability to code or learn to code in relevant scripts for Learning management systems i.e Moodle 

  •  

  • Social media / website skills 

 

 

 

Key responsibilities:  

To make a significant contribution to HEE East of England Office’s goal to improve quality and accessibility of regional study leave.  

To engage on a regular basis with the relevant Head of School and Deputy Post-Graduate Dean providing written updates or reports to evidence progression with the assignment and project delivery, as well as provide an annual report on the work that has been completed, progress made, and areas of difficulty/concern. 

To be the voice of the trainee forum, feeding back to HEE EoE on key issues relating to the regional study leave program and to support the decision-making process relating to its delivery.   

To engage with individuals and programmes within HEE EoE across related areas to share knowledge and skills. 

To take the lead in circulating trainee surveys in HEE EoE study leave related matters and report back to the Senior Leadership Team on the responses. 

To implement/undertake a quality improvement cycle within regional teaching to analyse the impact of the new training platform within anaesthesia including trainee satisfaction, trainee performance (if able) and the quality of educational content pre- and post implementation. 

To encourage the sharing of education content and good practice between Schools. 

Any other duties which may be deemed appropriate for this role and which may develop over a period of time. 

To comply at all times with all policies, guidelines and protocols of the NHS and HEE. 

To contribute to Medical Education Research through either development of or implementation of new models of training within anaesthesia, applicable to Instructional Educational Program Design or Educational Pedagogy (excluding Simulation). 

 

Implementing Medical Training Fellow

Role Profile: Implementing Medical Training Fellow  

 

 

Role Profile:  

Implementing Medical Training Fellow  

Grade:  

Must hold an East of England National Training Number (NTN). 

 

This role is for trainees working within an East of England Training post only. We are unable to accept applications from trainees currently working in East/ West Midlands or any other region.   

 

Line Manager:  

Dr Matthew Knight or Dr James Edwards 

Accountable to:  

Head of School of Medicine or Postgraduate Dean  

Hours of work:  

 

1-2 days per week for 1 year (Flexible according to negotiated time out of clinical work)  

Training:  

This role may or may not extend the length of your training, depending upon specified competencies within your Specialty and time commitments 

 

Applicants must obtain pre-agreement from their TPD and employing trust that they will be allowed to take up the role before submitting an application 

 

 

You may need to consider applying for Out of Programme experience or Less Than Full Time training. 

Type of contract:  

Fixed term – for 12 months only. 

 

HEE will fund your percentage of fellowship time/work directly to your employing trust. You will be paid via your employing trust for your Fellowship work at the same time as you would be paid for your clinical role.    

 

Requirement to travel:  

Yes  

 

Role purpose and context  

The East of England Office within Health Education England (HEE) is committed to providing outstanding support and development for Doctors in Training.  The role of the Trainee Lead is to support HEE in the key areas identified, to ensure the website remains updated and trainees are engaged in providing feedback on current matters. 

 

The trainee lead will provide input and support to the Higher Specialty Trainees Committee and IMT Committee. Thy will help by driving up trainee engagement with the fora.  

 

They will provide support, guidance and feedback to HEE and their external stakeholders on changes to policy, process and new initiatives. They will also act as a voice for HEE, keeping trainees up to date and making them aware of what support it available to them e.g. LTFT, PSU  

 

They will work closely with the Trainee Forum, Deputy Post-Graduate Dean, Heads of Schools, the Fellow network and other stakeholders. Fellows work as a team to promote and support the establishment. 

  

Fellows have the opportunity to build mentoring, teaching, leadership and project management skills, whilst experiencing cross specialty working to deliver sustainable improvement to the training experience. 

 

HEE would be keen to adapt and tailor the role to the candidate’s interests and experience. Some examples of specific projects (which would easily count as QIP projects) they might be asked to lead on include: 

 

  • Design a local quality assurance tool for IMT for our region (incorporating the national criteria)  

  • Design an automated ARCP self-assessment (and ES assessment) tool that could aid the ARCP process- this could be used by ESs over the course of IMT to keep track of trainees and to plan the assessments that are expected- making the job easier. The output would need loading into the eportfolio and would enhance the ES report – they would load it as an attachment to it where they could reference things that had or had not been done.  

  • Evaluate the ITU placements in IMT across the region  

  • Document what is/is not being done  

  • Rota design etc. In vs out of hours work balance and how this ties in with the gen med on calls.  

  • Assist with CCT tracking (the nearer we get to 2021 the more accurate the data will be) 

  • Assist with modelling the various outcomes for IMT (with actual jobs that will be available for IMY3)  

  • 60%, 65%, 70% 75%, 80%, 85% and 90%  

  • Work to enhance local college tutor and ES understanding of the curriculum and new tools/assessment.  

  • Work with finance team here at HEE to understand funding streams  

  • Promote IMT to FY1/2 – in a series of ongoing roadshows. 

  • Help design speciality-specific surveys, in conjunction with TPDs, that complement the GMC survey  

 

Role objectives 

Raise the profile of the trainee forum and increase engagement across the region. 

 

Triangulate information between HEE East of England, educators, external stakeholders and the trainees in the region. 

 

Enable more doctors to successfully navigate training and to reach their full potential, by ensuring they fully understand the role HEE EoE plays in their training.  

 

 

Criteria  

Essential  

Desirable  

Education and level of experience 

MBBS or equivalent 

 

HEE East of England ST3 or above 

 

Experience 

Be an active member of the trainee forum  

 

Previous experience in a leadership role and/or supporting the delivery of a project 

 

Cross specialty or multi-professional teaching 

 

Resource development 

Skills, Abilities & Knowledge 

A commitment to delivering high quality improvement 

 

Excellent organisational abilities: 

  • Ability to forward plan 

  • Ability to keep on track to deliver sustainable outcomes 

  • Time management and prioritisation skills 

 

Adept in using MS Office (Excel; Word; Power Point); Internet; Email 

  

People management and leadership skills 

 

Ability to work collaboratively across grades, specialties and professions 

 

Able to work both independently and as part of a team 

 

  • Great interpersonal and communication skills that will enable you to:  

  • articulate vision 

  • communicate effectively 

  • encourage ability 

  • engage well with a variety of stakeholders 

  • inspire & motivate 

 

Personally, you should be resilient, be open to challenge and have flexibility in your approach and in your working hours 

  • Knowledge of avenues of support for Trainees in difficulty 

 

  •  

  • Social media / website skills 

 

 

 

Key responsibilities:  

To make a significant contribution to HEE East of England Office’s goal to increase engagement with the trainee forum.  

To engage on a regular basis with the relevant HoS/ Deputy Post-Graduate Dean providing written updates or reports to evidence progression with the assignment and project delivery, as well as provide an annual report on the work that has been completed, progress made, and areas of difficulty/concern. 

To be the voice of the trainee forum, feeding back to HEE EoE on key issues to support the decision-making process.   

To engage with individuals and programmes within HEE EoE across related areas to share knowledge and skills. 

To take the lead in circulating trainee surveys in HEE EoE related matters and report back to the Senior Leadership Team on the responses. 

To encourage the sharing of good practice 

To develop and keep the trainee forum section of the website up to date. 

To manage trainee and stakeholder engagement in HEE matters. 

Any other duties which may be deemed appropriate for this role and which may develop over a period of time. 

To comply at all times with all policies, guidelines and protocols of the NHS and HEE. 

 

Improving Surgical Training Fellow

Role Profile: Improving Surgical Training Fellow

 

 

 

 

 

 

Role Profile:

 

 

 

Improving Surgical Training (IST) Fellow

 

Grade:

 

Must hold an East of England National Training Number (NTN). Recommended for a Core-Higher Surgical trainee.

 

 

This role is for trainees working within an East of England Training post only. We are unable to accept applications from trainees currently working in East/ West Midlands or any other region. 

 

 

Line Manager:

 

 

Mr Raaj Praseedom – Deputy Head of School (Surgery)

 

 

Accountable to:

 

Mr Mark Bowditch - Head of School (Surgery)

 

Hours of work:

 

2 days per week for 1 year (Flexible according to negotiated time out of clinical work)

 

HEE will fund your percentage of fellowship time/work directly to your employing trust. You will be paid via your employing trust for your Fellowship work at the same time as you would be paid for your clinical role

 

Training:

 

This role may or may not extend the length of your training, depending upon specified competencies within your specialty.

 

Applicants must obtain pre-agreement from their TPD and employing trust that they will be allowed to take up the role before submitting an application

 

If approved and you are currently working full time you will need to complete a Less Than Full Time (LTFT) from via the HEE LTFT process to facilitate your commencement of this role.

 

If you are currently working LTFT your fellowship time would be in addition to your less than full time clinical role. 

 

 

Type of contract:

 

Fixed term – for 12 months only.

 

 

Requirement to travel:

 

Yes – to the various trusts within the East of England as well as to HEE Offices, Fulbourn, Cambridge.

 

Travel exceeding base to place will be reimbursed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Role purpose and context

 

Health Education England, East of England is committed to providing outstanding support and development for Doctors in Training.

 

To this aim we plan to appoint two IST Fellows to improve the quality of the taught programmes experience within HEE EoE in the context of implementing and evaluating the pilot Improving Surgical Training Programme

 

You will be part of our IST team tasked with developing and embedding the principles of IST within the generic training programme. We are required to formally evaluate our current generic programmes across the whole of our core training programme and to facilitate the introduction of run through training programmes in surgery.

 

You will be expected to participate in the evaluation process of the IST project.

 

You will have the opportunity to engage in educational research either around the evaluation of taught programmes, or in the consideration of educational theories and how they pertain to surgical training.

 

You will regularly liaise with the surgical trainee representatives

 

 

 

 

 

Role objectives

 

Raise the quality of IST within the region and embedding the principles of IST at our participating trusts.

 

Provide schemes with resources and support to enable core trainees to proceed smoothly from Core to higher surgical training.

 

Enable more surgical trainees to successfully navigate training and to reach their full potential

 

 

 

 

 

Essential

Desirable

 

 

Education and level of experience

 

 

MBBS or equivalent

 

 

 

Higher qualification in Medical Education, PGCert or above

 

Train the Trainers course or equivalent

 

 

 

 

 

 

Experience

 

Educational experience either formal with medical students or delivering faculty training.

 

 

Supporting the delivery of a project

 

 

Attendance at SIM training courses

 

Participation in educational faculty

 

Cross specialty or multi-professional teaching

 

Resource development

 

Experience as trainee representative

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Skills, Abilities & Knowledge

 

A commitment to delivering high quality improvement

 

Excellent organisational abilities:

 

  • Ability to forward plan
  • Ability to keep on track to deliver sustainable outcomes
  • Time management and prioritisation skills

 

Adept in using MS Office (Excel; Word; Power Point); Internet; Email

 

People management and leadership skills

 

Ability to work collaboratively across grades, specialties and professions

 

Able to work both independently and as part of a team

Great interpersonal and communication skills that will enable you to:

  • articulate vision
  • communicate effectively
  • encourage ability
  • engage well with a variety of stakeholders
  • inspire & motivate
  • complete projects

 

Personally, you should be resilient, be open to challenge and have flexibility in your approach and in your working hours

 

 

Knowledge of educational theory

 

Social media / website skills

 

Training in Quality Improvement methodology

 

 

 

 

Key responsibilities:

 

To make a significant contribution to HEE East of England Office’s goal to increase quality in surgical taught programmes.

 

To make a significant contribution to HEE East of England Office’s goal to integrate simulation training into surgical programmes.

 

To engage on a regular basis with your line manager providing written updates or reports to evidence progression with the assignment and project delivery

To engage with individuals and programmes within HEE EoE across related areas to share knowledge and skills

 

To raise the profile of the Surgical Programme through engagement, oral and poster presentations at appropriate meetings, events and conferences

To assist/provide teaching and training in respect of Surgical Simulation

 

Any other duties which may be deemed appropriate for this role and which may develop over a period of time

 

To comply at all times with all policies, guidelines and protocols of the NHS

 

 

Local SuppoRTT Fellow

Role Profile: Local SuppoRTT Fellow

 

Role Profile:

Local SuppoRTT Fellow

Grade:

Must hold an East of England National Training Number (NTN). Recommended for a Core-Higher Surgical trainee.

 

 

This role is for trainees working within an East of England Training post only. We are unable to accept applications from trainees currently working in East/ West Midlands or any other region. 

Line Manager:

Dr Francesca Crawley- Associate Dean for SuppoRTT.

 

There will also be administrative support from the Faculty Team as required.

Accountable to:

Postgraduate Dean, or nominated Deputy

HEE East of England Office

Hours of work:

 

1 day per week, which should be a Thursday. The post is for a year

 

HEE will fund your percentage of fellowship time/work directly to your employing trust. You will be paid via your employing trust for your Fellowship work at the same time as you would be paid for your clinical role

Training:

This role may or may not extend the length of your training, depending upon specified competencies within your Specialty. 

 

Applicants must obtain pre-agreement from their TPD and employing trust that they will be allowed to take up the role before submitting an application

This must be in writing and sent to HEE at least a week before the interview

 

If approved and you are currently working full time you will need to complete a Less Than Full Time (LTFT) from via the HEE LTFT process to facilitate your commencement of this role.

 

If you are currently working LTFT your fellowship time would be in addition to your less than full time clinical role. 

 

Type of contract:

Fixed term – 12 months only

Requirement to travel:

Yes

 

Role purpose, context and objectives

The East of England Office within Health Education England (HEE) is committed to providing outstanding support and development for Doctors in Training. This includes Supported Return to Training which was launched in June 2018.

 

 The SuppoRTT fellow will

·        

 work with the mentoring fellows to develop a mentoring scheme for returners

·        

 work across trusts and schools to ensure that we have a robust set of courses for returners across the whole region and in all specialities

·        

 contribute to ‘Return to Clinical Practice’ days (currently three times a year

·        

 attend meetings both in the deanery and in trusts to promote SuppoRTT

·        

 attend national SuppoRTT meeting (currently 3-4 times a year, in London)

·        

work wIth the Local Project Officer and Associate Dean for SuppoRTT to develop other projects which would benefit returners

·        

have the opportunity to build mentoring, teaching, leadership and project management skills, whilst experiencing cross specialty working to deliver sustainable improvement to the training experience

·        

Have the opportunity to undertake a PGCert funded by HEE.

 

Supervision of fellow

 There will be monthly timetabled meetings with the SuppoRTT Project Manager and Associate Dean. The Associate Dean is available at other times via email and phone. The Project Officer is based in Victoria House and is available in person a significant part of the week

 

Criteria

Essential

Desirable

Education and level of experience

MBBS or equivalent

 

HEE East of England ST3 or above

 

Experience

 

 

An enthusiasm to work with the multi professional team (including medical education managers, HR, training programme directors etc) to develop SuppoRTT in the East of England

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Evidence of QI both within their speciality/ team/  trust and involving groups other than solely doctors

 

Skills, Abilities & Knowledge

A commitment to delivering high quality improvement

 

Excellent organisational abilities:

  • Ability to forward plan
  • Ability to keep on track to deliver sustainable outcomes
  • Time management and prioritisation skills

 

Adept in using MS Office (Excel; Word; Power Point); Internet; Email

 

People management and leadership skills

 

Ability to work collaboratively across grades, specialties and professions

 

Able to work both independently and as part of a team

 

Great interpersonal and communication skills that will enable you to:

·        

articulate vision

·        

communicate effectively

·        

encourage ability

·        

engage well with a variety of stakeholders

·        

inspire & motivate

 

Personally, you should be open to challenge and have flexibility in your approach and in your working hours

 

 

Social media / website skills

 

 

Key responsibilities:

Working with the mentoring fellows to develop a mentoring scheme for returners

 

Working across trusts and schools to ensure that we have a robust set of courses for returners across the whole region and in all specialities

 

Contribution towards ‘Return to Clinical Practice’ days (currently three times a year)

Attendance at meetings both in at HEE and in trusts to promote SuppoRTT

 

Attendance at national SuppoRTT meeting (currently 3-4 times a year, in London)

Working wIth the Local Project Officer and Associate Dean for SuppoRTT to develop other projects which would benefit returners

To comply at all times with all policies, guidelines and protocols of the NHS and HEE.

 

Mentoring Fellow

Role Profile:

Mentoring Fellow

 

 

 

Grade:

Must hold an East of England National Training Number (NTN).

 

This role is for trainees working within an East of England Training post only. We are unable to accept applications from trainees currently working in East/ West Midlands or any other region. 

 

Line Manager:

Susan Knight

Accountable to:

Head of Faculty of Education and                        

Leadership                             

                                   

HEE East of England Office                                   

Hours of work:

 

2-2.5 days per week for 1 year

(Flexible according to

negotiated time out of

clinical work)

Training:

This role may or may not extend the length of your training, depending upon specified competencies within your Specialty. 

 

Applicants must obtain pre-agreement from their TPD and Trust which will be employing them at the time of the Fellowship that they will be allowed to take up the role before submitting an application

 

If approved and you are currently working full time you will need to complete a Less Than Full Time (LTFT) from via the HEE LTFT process to facilitate your commencement of this role.

 

If you are currently working LTFT your fellowship time would be in addition to your less than full time clinical role. 

 

Type of contract:

Fixed term – for 12 months only.

 

HEE will fund your percentage of fellowship time/work directly to your employing trust. You will be paid via your employing trust for your Fellowship work at the same time as you would be paid for your clinical role.  

 

 

Requirement to travel:

Yes

 

Role purpose and context

The East of England Office within Health Education England (HEE) is committed to providing outstanding support and development for Doctors in Training. A good Mentor guides a Mentee in their learning and personal and professional development. They can help their Mentees to make the most of their training, to fulfil their goals and to reach their full potential. They can also support and guide them in more challenging times.

 

Our vision for the Coaching and Mentoring Programme is for every Trainee to have access to a Mentor, should they wish.

 

We would like to appoint one part time Mentoring Fellow to help deliver this vision in collaboration with another recently appointed fellow.

 

 

Working closely with the Heads of Schools, Mentoring Leads and other stakeholders, Fellows work as a team to promote and support the establishment and development of Mentoring Schemes within the region

 

Fellows have the opportunity to build mentoring, teaching, leadership and project management skills, whilst experiencing cross specialty working to deliver sustainable improvement to the training experience. 

Role objectives

Raise the profile of Mentoring within the region

Increase the number of Mentoring schemes within the region

Provide schemes with resources and support to enable them to succeed

Enable more doctors to successfully navigate training and to reach their full potential

 

Criteria

Essential

Desirable

Education and level of experience

MBBS or equivalent

 

HEE East of England ST3 or above

 

Experience

Previous experience as a Mentor

 

Previous experience supporting the delivery of a project

 

Cross specialty or multi-professional teaching

 

Resource development

Skills, Abilities & Knowledge

A commitment to delivering high quality improvement

 

Excellent organisational abilities:

  • Ability to forward plan
  • Ability to keep on track to deliver sustainable outcomes
  • Time management and prioritisation skills

 

Adept in using MS Office (Excel; Word; Power Point); Internet; Email

 

People management and leadership skills

 

Ability to work collaboratively across grades, specialties and professions

 

Able to work both independently and as part of a team

 

•                   

Great interpersonal and communication skills that will enable you to:

·        

articulate vision

·        

communicate effectively

·        

encourage ability

·        

engage well with a variety of stakeholders

·        

inspire & motivate

 

Personally, you should be resilient, be open to challenge and have flexibility in your approach and in your working hours

•   

Knowledge of avenues of support for Trainees in difficulty

 

•   

Social media / website skills

 

 

Key responsibilities:

To make a significant contribution to HEE East of England Office’s goal to increase engagement with the trainee forum.

To make a significant contribution to HEE East of England Office’s goal to increase access to Mentoring for Trainees.

To engage with HEE on a regular basis,  providing written updates or reports to evidence progression with the assignment and project delivery

To raise the profile of the Mentoring Programme through engagement, oral and poster presentations at appropriate meetings, events and conferences

To develop tools and resources to support Mentoring Schemes

To assist/provide teaching and training in respect of Mentoring

To encourage the sharing of good practice between mentoring schemes

To develop the Mentoring Website area

To develop a Mentoring Scheme register

Any other duties which may be deemed appropriate for this role and which may develop over a period of time.

To comply at all times with all policies, guidelines and protocols of the NHS and HEE.

 

Radiology Fellow

Role Profile: Radiology Fellow

 

Role Profile:

Radiology Fellow

Grade:

ST3 or above

Line Manager:

Head of School - radiology

Accountable to:

Postgraduate Dean, or nominated Deputy

HEE East of England Office

Hours of work:

 

Up to 2.5 days per week for 1 year (Flexible according to negotiated time out of clinical work)

Training:

This role may extend the length of your training.

 

Applicants must obtain pre-agreement from their TPD and employing trust that they will be allowed to take up the role before submitting an application

 

You may need to consider applying for Out of Programme experience or Less Than Full Time training.

Type of contract:

Fixed term

Requirement to travel:

Yes

 

Role purpose and context

 

The East of England Office within Health Education England (HEE) is committed to providing outstanding support and development for Doctors in Training.  There is some flexibility in the remit of the radiology fellow, depending on the location

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 of the appointee. Priority areas within the school include;

 

1.   

To improve and expand the regional network/forum for radiology trainees, driving up trainee engagement and providing support, guidance and feedback to HEE and their external stakeholders regarding radiology training in the East of England. This aspect will include ensuring the specialty website remains updated/relevant to needs of doctors in training and helping the school improve the experience of the ARCP process for both trainees and trainers.

2.   

From the above trainee network, advising the head of school and radiology training programme directors regarding how, from a trainee perspective, regional level teaching is best delivered to support the needs of radiology trainees across the three schemes within the East of England.

3.   

To review the various internal assessments used within schemes/sites as markers of trainee progression e.g. pre independent trauma radiograph reporting, prior to commencing on-call activities, sign-off for independent ultrasound scanning or chest radiograph reporting etc. The aim would be within the various different radiological department settings, to improve consistency and share resources/best practice.

4.   

To help develop training resources for reporting radiographers and sonographers which could also be used to support training of radiologists.

5.   

To provide advice from a trainee perspective on any reconfigurations of rotations being considered by the School

6.   

To provide advice from a trainee perspective on the future use of Artificial Intelligence in the specialty

 

 

Fellows have the opportunity to build mentoring, teaching, leadership and project management skills, whilst working to deliver sustainable improvement to the training experience. 

Role objectives

Build a regional radiology trainee network/forum.

Attend the Regional Trainee Forum

Enable more doctors to successfully navigate training and to reach their full potential, by ensuring they fully understand the role HEE EoE plays in their training.

Improve regional level teaching within the school

Review internal markers of radiology trainee progression used within the region.

Develop training resources suitable for sonographers, reporting radiographers and radiology trainees.

 

 

 

 

Criteria

Essential

Desirable

Education and level of experience

MBBS or equivalent

 

HEE East of England ST3 or above

 

Experience

Organisational or teaching activity within radiology

Previous experience in a leadership role and/or supporting the delivery of a project

 

Cross specialty or multi-professional teaching

 

Resource development

Skills, Abilities & Knowledge

A commitment to delivering high quality improvement

 

Excellent organisational abilities:

  • Ability to forward plan
  • Ability to keep on track to deliver sustainable outcomes
  • Time management and prioritisation skills

 

Adept in using MS Office (Excel; Word; Power Point); Internet; Email

 

People management and leadership skills

 

Ability to work collaboratively across grades, specialties and professions

 

Able to work both independently and as part of a team

 

Great interpersonal and communication skills that will enable you to:

·        

articulate vision

·        

communicate effectively

·        

encourage ability

·        

engage well with a variety of stakeholders

·        

inspire & motivate

 

Personally, you should be resilient, be open to challenge and have flexibility in your approach and in your working hours

Knowledge of avenues of support for Trainees in difficulty

 

 

Social media/website skills

 

 

Key responsibilities:

To make a significant contribution to HEE East of England Office’s goal to increase trainee engagement.

To engage on a regular basis with the head of school regarding progress and feedback.

Attending the regional radiology specialist training committee and EoE radiology school board.

To engage with individuals and programmes within HEE EoE across related areas to share knowledge and skills.

To take the lead in circulating trainee surveys in HEE EoE related matters and report back to the school board on the responses.

To encourage the sharing of good practice between on scheme within the school

To develop and keep the trainee forum section of the radiology website up to date.

To encourage trainee engagement in HEE matters.

Any other duties which may be deemed appropriate for this role and which may develop over a period of time.

To comply at all times with all policies, guidelines and protocols of the NHS and HEE.

 


Tomorrow's Teachers/Faculty Support Fellow

Role Profile: Trainees as Teachers/Faculty Support Fellowship

 

Role Profile:

Trainees as Teachers/Faculty Support Fellowship

Grade:

Must hold an East of England National Training Number (NTN).

 

This role is for trainees working within an East of England Training post only. We are unable to accept applications from trainees currently working in East/ West Midlands or any other region. 

 

Line Manager:

Jane Sturgess

Accountable to:

Postgraduate Dean, or nominated Deputy

HEE East of England Office

Hours of work:

 

2 days per week for 1 year (Flexible according to negotiated time out of clinical work)

Training:

This role may or may not extend the length of your training, depending upon specified competencies within your Specialty. 

 

Applicants must obtain pre-agreement from their Manager/TPD and employing trust that they will be allowed to take up the role before submitting an application

 

You should discuss this with your TPD.  You may need to consider applying for Out of Programme experience or Less Than Full Time training.

Type of contract:

Fixed term

 

HEE will fund your percentage of fellowship time/work directly to your employing trust. You will be paid via your employing trust for your Fellowship work at the same time as you would be paid for your clinical role.  

 

Requirement to travel:

Yes

 

Role purpose and context

The East of England Office within Health Education England (HEE) is committed to providing outstanding support and development for Doctors in Training.  The role of the Faculty Support Fellow is to support HEE in the key areas identified, to ensure the website remains updated and to engage and enhance our faculty.

 

The Faculty Support Team support the development of Schools, including Foundation, Primary Care, Secondary Care (including Public Health) and Dental. This includes the engagement of educators; and working with them to support the delivery of training to trainees and trainers.

 

Trainees as Teachers is a course which addresses the key principles in medical education, equipping trainees with a foundation of education skills.  

 

The Faculty Support/ fellow will:

 

Work with current Trainees as Teachers Faculty to develop current content. Additionally, they will plan the delivery of educational material for trainees developing their own teaching skills.

 

Develop a network of trainee hubs to deliver trainees as teacher courses – throughout the region.

 

Coordinate with Secondary care and GP fellows to organise the trainee sessions for the autumn seminar

 

Coordination and development of a robust Induction package for future fellows.

 

Provide support, guidance and feedback to HEE and their external stakeholders on changes to policy, process and new initiatives.

 

Fellows have the opportunity to build mentoring, teaching, leadership and project management skills, whilst experiencing cross specialty working to deliver sustainable improvement to the training experience

 

Support and deliver any other Faculty Support related work streams which are identified throughout the fellowship.

Role objectives

Raise the profile of Faculty Development and the Trainees as Teachers forum across the region.

 

Triangulate information between HEE East of England, educators, external stakeholders and the trainees in the region.

 

Enable more doctors to successfully navigate training and to reach their full potential, by ensuring they fully understand the role HEE EoE Faculty plays in their training.

 

Criteria

Essential

Desirable

Education and level of experience

MBBS or equivalent

 

HEE East of England ST3 or above

 

Experience

 

Previous experience in a leadership role and/or supporting the delivery of a project

 

Cross specialty or multi-professional teaching

 

Resource development

 

Be an active member of the trainee forum

 

Skills, Abilities & Knowledge

A commitment to delivering high quality improvement

 

Excellent organisational abilities:

  • Ability to forward plan
  • Ability to keep on track to deliver sustainable outcomes
  • Time management and prioritisation skills

 

Adept in using MS Office (Excel; Word; Power Point); Internet; Email

 

People management and leadership skills

 

Ability to work collaboratively across grades, specialties and professions

 

Able to work both independently and as part of a team

 

Great interpersonal and communication skills that will enable you to:

·        

articulate vision

·        

communicate effectively

·        

encourage ability

·        

engage well with a variety of stakeholders

·        

inspire & motivate

 

Personally, you should be resilient, be open to challenge and have flexibility in your approach and in your working hours

Knowledge of avenues of support for Trainees in difficulty

 

 

Social media / website skills

 

Understanding of Quality Improvement methodology

 

 

 

 

Key responsibilities:

To make a significant contribution to HEE East of England Office’s goal to increase engagement with Faculty Development and Trainees as Teachers

Work with current Trainees as Teachers Faculty to develop current content. Additionally, they will plan the delivery of educational material for trainees developing their own teaching skills.

 

Develop a network of trainee hubs to deliver trainees as teacher courses – throughout the region.

 

Coordinate with Secondary care and GP fellows to organise the trainee sessions for the autumn seminar

 

Coordination and development of a robust Induction package for future fellows.

 

Provide support, guidance and feedback to HEE and their external stakeholders on changes to policy, process and new initiatives.

 

Any other duties which may be deemed appropriate for this role and which may develop over a period of time.

To comply at all times with all policies, guidelines and protocols of the NHS and HEE.

 

Foundation Education/Simulation
General Practice Quality Improvement
HEE Leadership Fellow

HEE East of England Leadership Fellowship

Role Profile: Leadership Fellow

 

Role Profile:

HEE EoE Leadership Fellow

Grade:

Must hold an East of England National Training Number (NTN).

 

This role is for trainees working within an East of England Training post only. We are unable to accept applications from trainees currently working in any other region. 

 

Line Manager:

Dr Heman Pathmanandam

Accountable to:

Postgraduate Dean, or nominated deputy

HEE East of England Office

Hours of work:

 

Up to 1.5 days per week for 1 year (Flexible according to negotiated time out of clinical work)

Training:

This role may or may not extend the length of your training, depending upon specified competencies within your Specialty. 

 

You must obtain prior agreement from their TPD and the Trust which will be employing you at the time of the Fellowship that you will be allowed to take up the role before submitting your application.

 

If you are appointed and you are currently working full time you will need to complete a Less Than Full Time (LTFT) form (available on the HEE EoE website)

 

If you are currently working LTFT, your fellowship time will generally be in addition to your LTFT clinical role. 

 

Type of contract:

Fixed term – for 12 months only.

 

HEE will fund the cost of your fellowship time/work directly to your employing trust. You will be paid via your employing trust for your Fellowship work at the same time as you would be paid for your clinical role.  

 

 

Requirement to travel:

Yes; to and from HEE EoE’s offices in Victoria House and when necessary to other sites in the Region

 

Role purpose and context

The East of England Office within Health Education England (HEE) is committed to providing outstanding support and development for Doctors in Training.  The role of the Leadership Fellow is to support HEE EoE in developing its strategy for delivering management and leadership training for our trainees in all specialties and at all stages of their training

 

The Leadership Fellow will work closely with the Associate and Deputy Postgraduate Deans responsible for management and leadership and the Faculty Development Team. They will act as a conduit between the central team and the trainees, gathering and disseminating relevant information

 

Fellows have the opportunity to build mentoring, teaching, leadership and project management skills, whilst experiencing cross specialty working to deliver sustainable improvement to the training experience. 

Role objectives

To contribute to the development of the HEE EoE strategy for management and leadership training

To identify a suite of resources to help deliver the strategy

To promote the use of the resources in order to allow trainees to meet their relevant curriculum requirements and to encourage trainees to develop an interest in healthcare management and leadership

To help in the creation of an area in the HEE EoE website for Management and Leadership Training

 

 

Criteria

Essential

Desirable

Education and level of experience

MBBS or equivalent

 

HEE East of England ST1 or above

 

Experience

Previous experience in a leadership role and/or supporting the delivery of a project

 

Cross specialty or multi-professional teaching

 

Resource development

Skills, Abilities & Knowledge

Committed to delivering high quality improvement

 

Excellent organisational abilities, including:

  • Ability to forward plan
  • Ability to keep on track to deliver sustainable outcomes
  • Time management and prioritisation skills

 

Adept in using MS Office (Excel; Word; Power Point); Internet; Email

 

Well-developed people management and leadership skills

 

Ability to work collaboratively across grades, specialties and professions

 

Ability to work both independently and as part of a team

 

Great interpersonal and communication skills that will enable you to:

·        

articulate vision

·        

communicate effectively

·        

encourage ability

·        

engage well with a variety of stakeholders

·        

inspire & motivate

 

Personally, you should be resilient, be open to challenge and have flexibility in your approach and ideally in your working hours

Social media / website skills

 

 

Key responsibilities:

To make a significant contribution to HEE EoE’s goal to improving management and leadership training for our trainees.

To work with the relevant Associate and Deputy Postgraduate Deans to agree a Programme of Work which is aligned to HEE EoE’s priorities

To engage on a regular basis with the relevant Associate and Deputy Postgraduate Deans, providing written updates or reports to evidence progression with the assignment and project delivery, as well as provide an annual report on the work that has been completed, progress made, and areas of difficulty/concern.

To be a leading voice for our trainees, feeding back to HEE EoE on key issues to support our decision-making processes. 

To engage with individuals and programmes within HEE EoE across related areas to share knowledge and skills.

To encourage the sharing of good practice between Schools and between Local Education Providers.

To undertake any other duties which may be deemed appropriate for this role and which may develop over a period of time.

To comply at all times with all policies, guidelines and protocols of the NHS and HEE.

 

 

GP QI & Educational Leadership Fellowship

ST4 Quality Improvement and Educational Leadership Fellows
Person Specification

Eligibility

Essential
• Evidence of the likely achievement of GP competences to CCT level by the end of ST3

Desirable
• Evidence of commitment to General Practice
• Evidence of leadership potential
• Evidence of involvement in medical education
Evaluation by application form and ePortfolio

Knowledge and Achievements

Essential
• Demonstration of a commitment to develop the values, skills, competencies and expertise required to deliver clinical and educational leadership and development.

Desirable
• Demonstration of good general knowledge / broad interest in general practice and medical education.
• Demonstration of an awareness of quality improvement processes.

Evaluation by application form and interview

Educational and Personal Aspects

Essential
• Demonstration of a commitment to develop the values, skills, competencies and expertise required to deliver GP education and to develop the systems around GP education.
• An ability to attend the organised educational sessions

Desirable
• Demonstration of good general knowledge / broad interest in general practice and medical education.
• Demonstration of personal reasons for applying for this programme.
Evaluation by application form and interview

Communication Skills

Essential
• Evidence of good communication and team working skills.
Evaluation by application form and interview

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