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Fixed term: one year with potential to renew for second year
This role would suit someone completing their FY2 and wanting to go onto a paid FY3 to broaden their experience and help with deciding best route you would like your career to take. The role will give someone some great experience within teaching too as well as potential to be fully supported to undertake a funded Pg.Cert. in Medical Education. The charity will also help and support you in your application to move into your core training.
You will work with some industry experts within psychiatry as well as teaching who are passionate about passing on their knowledge and developing others, whilst working in the newly refurbished academic centre based in over 150 acres of beautiful woodlands consisting of a gym, swimming pool, café, garden centre as well as other great facilities all open and free to access for staff.
You can achieve more at St Andrew’s Healthcare
We are part of the Specialist Provider Collaboratives in the East and West Midlands and are a member of the East Midlands Alliance. Our services in Northampton, set in 150 plus acres of woodland greenery are spread across 5 Divisions – Medium Secure, Low Secure and Specialist Rehabilitation, Learning Disability and Autism, Neuropsychiatry and CAMHS. We have a number of unique specialist national services including our Deaf Forensic Service, Huntington’s Service, Secure Brain Injury Service, Older Adults Secure Services, Blended Women’s Service (one of 3 National Pilots) and a specialist inpatient DBT service so a great place to gain experience in different areas of psychiatry.
Our patients and your colleagues will expect you to live the St Andrew’s CARE values of Compassion, Accountability, Respect and Excellence every single day
Make a difference – for yourself and your patients!
Why join St Andrew’s
The Role and Person
Applications are invited for posts of Clinical Teaching Fellow in Medical Education. These unique posts provide rich opportunities to develop interests and expertise in medical education whilst broadening clinical experience in a specialist, mental health setting.
In the coming year, the Academic Department will be supporting more than 500 student placements, across medicine, nursing, health and social care. There will be considerable opportunities for clinical teaching and educational activity.
The Clinical Teaching Fellowships are bespoke posts, tailored to interests and career intentions:
Four sessions are protected for educational activity where you will get involved in facilitating the education experience of third year students from the University of Buckingham which involves preparing and teaching educational workshops, assessing student’s case presentations and offering pastoral support to students. Also opportunities for teaching Cambridge Medical students.
Six sessions for clinical activity (with regular, consistent supervision for both elements) as a Ward Doctor on various wards based at St Andrews Northampton site. Your experience here will be similar to a core traineeand will help you gain some valuable experience working within the different wards which will help you in your future career.
You will be actively involved in supporting medical student placements. One day per week will focus on clinical teaching with students on the wards. The second day will be focused on facilitating small grou workshop type sessions in the Academic Department. Study leave will be available fr contact days for the PGCert course.
This is some of the comments our current Clinical Teaching Fellow’s said about the role:
“Taking a year out to work at St. Andrew’s Healthcare Northampton is turning out to be one of the best decisions of my professional career.”
“Besides the clinical and academic commitments being challenging and enjoyable, the team are hugely supportive, supporting my professional and clinical development. I am given weekly supervision by my responsible psychiatrist, where I am encouraged to discuss complex cases I have encountered.”
Full Job Description and Person Specification available upon request from AcademicDepartment@stah.org or firstname.lastname@example.org and please feel free to call James Farrelly on 01604 616624 for an informal discussion around the opportunity too.
Closing Date: Sunday 19th March 2023
Interview dates: February - May 2023
Start Date: August / September 2023
(interviews may be held prior to closing date, early applications encouraged)