A Clinical Coordinator is sought by the College of Osteopaths to coordinate and lead on all the clinical aspects of the programme delivery in London.
The College of Osteopaths offers a Masters and Bachelor degrees in osteopathy for mature learners wishing to train part-time, often whilst maintaining a full-time job during the week. The programme is a collaborative provision, delivered by the College of Osteopaths and validated by Staffordshire University.
The post will initially be for 3 days a week, reducing to two days per week after an initial six month settling in period. The post-holder will be expected to provide input into the weekend teaching programme and attend as required.
You must be a qualified practicing osteopath, with at least five-year’s experience, which includes working with other practitioners. A substantive teaching qualification is essential. Experience of working within a clinical framework that supports part-time mature students is desirable and you should be familiar with working within university rules and regulations and quality assurance processes. The post involves liaison with students, tutors, colleagues of the College and the University, as well as collaboration with other Middle Managers within the College.
As well as excellent interpersonal skills and a well organised approach, you will need a successful track record in a similar role where you have advised and supported colleagues or students.
The employer, the College of Osteopaths, is a small independent charity. Within a lean infrastructure we offer a very friendly and supportive ethos, considerable flexibility for staff, and the opportunity to develop your skills and show initiative.
A job description, person specification and application form are available on request from email@example.com or, if you would like an informal chat please call 01782 294596.
Pay scale: £160 – 180 per day, initially three days per week.
Closing date for applications: Monday, 31st July 2017
Interviews will be held: week commencing, Monday 7th August 2017
Applicants will not be considered without a completed application form.