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We have one vacancy at FSRH - an Education Development Officer (MFSRH Exams). Read on to find out more. 

Education Development Officer (MFSRH Exams)
£26,008 - £29,138 pa + benefits

We are the largest UK professional membership organisation working at the heart of sexual and reproductive health, supporting healthcare professionals to deliver high quality care.

We believe that access to quality sexual and reproductive healthcare is a fundamental right. This is why we are working together with our members and partners to shape better sexual and reproductive health for all. Our five-year strategic plan (2020-2025) is a driver for transformational change and a focal point for everything we do here at FSRH, fostering a culture of continuous improvement.

We offer:

We have 25 staff and a commissioned Clinical Effectiveness Unit based in Edinburgh and an office in London Bridge. You can find out more at www.fsrh.org.
The Education & Training directorate is responsible for all aspects of training and qualifications provided by FSRH and working within the specialty training team your role will be key in enabling the SRH workforce. It is an exciting time work for FSRH as we are moving to a more digital world, implementing new curriculum and looking at how we future-proof our specialist Membership exams.

Located in the offices of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists at London Bridge, we offer a package that includes flexible working hours, season ticket loan, a first-class pension scheme and generous annual leave (25 days per year).

About the role
The Education & Training directorate is responsible for all aspects of the training and qualifications provided by the Faculty including the Specialty training programme in Community Sexual Reproductive Healthcare (CSRH) and the Membership Examination (MFSRH).

We’re recruiting an Education Development Officer who will work with a team of clinical experts and technical suppliers to develop and deliver our high-stakes Membership (MFSRH) examinations. The MFSRH is essential to the development and progression of specialty doctor trainees and other doctors working in sexual and reproductive healthcare.

This role will help us to maintain, promote and deliver our MFSRH Exam and related projects. Working alongside the Education Development Manager and associated committees and working groups, the Education Development Officer ensures that the MFSRH is appropriate to the needs of the workforce, educationally robust, addresses equality and diversity (relating to educational access by a range of learners), is evidence based, sustainable and positively impacts on practice.

The role has responsibility for maintaining question banks to support assessments, coordinating the administration and delivery of the MFSRH examinations, supporting the volunteer question writers and examiners, producing reports, servicing relevant committees and working groups and providing related project support.

About you
We are seeking a highly motivated, methodical, and organised individual who will help us to maintain, promote and deliver our MFSRH Exam. You will be a committed team player who is able to work collaboratively and communicate effectively with a range of stakeholders. You will be confident with the use of digital systems, have a proactive attitude to problem solving, attention to detail and able to work efficiently within defined processes. You will have experience of supporting/coordinating projects and able to prioritise effectively to achieve results within a pressurised environment.
We value diversity, promote equality and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds.

Application Process

Please email your CV and a covering letter (no more than 2 pages) to recruitment@dittonhr.co.uk by 10am on Monday 6 December 2021. Interviews will be held the week commencing 13 December.

Your cover letter should outline:

  • Why you are applying for the role
  • How you meet the person specification criteria (downloadable from the Faculty’s website in the ‘about us’/’fsrh jobs’ section)
  • Your notice period
  • Current salary
  • Contact details: mobile telephone number & address
  • Where you heard about the role