Last Updated: 14th October 2019

We are recruiting for Lead Editors for Clinical Microbiology & Histopathology to work on Curriculum Review

Help us with our ongoing curriculum review

We are currently looking for highly passionate and experienced individuals to apply for the position of Lead Editor within the fields of Clinical Microbiology and Histopathology.

The role

As part of the STP Curriculum Content Review, you will be working closely alongside the School by acting as the Head of your specialty curriculum review group. This will involve drawing together the Curriculum Review Group, helping to chair meetings and writing and steering the direction of the newly revised specialty curriculum. Your specialty curriculum review group members will provide insight, expertise, and knowledge and will include:

  • Clinical scientists and subject experts,
  • Academics,
  • Professional body members,
  • HEI Representatives and,
  • Patient and public representatives

You will need to represent the standards of the STP Curriculum, ensuring that trainees will be eligible for registration as Clinical Scientists with the HCPC on completion of their training. Applications from professionals with alternative registration and/or standing within their profession who can embody these standards will be considered.

You will be appointed as Lead Editor for the duration of the Curriculum Content Review and will be paid for your contribution.

Criteria

To be considered as Lead Editor, you must:

  • have at least three years professional experience,
  • be involved in the delivery of the STP programme and,
  • be involved in the advancement of your specialty.

How to apply

To apply for the position of Lead Editor, please click the link of your specialty, where you will asked to complete a short form:

Clinical Microbiology

Histopathology

Applications close on Monday 28th October 2019.

Further information

For more information, please visit our website. For any other queries, please contact the curriculum team via nshcs.curriculum@hee.nhs.uk