RCSI & UCD MALAYSIA CAMPUS (formerly Penang Medical College) is looking for new potential candidates to fill in for Clinical Director of GP Training, Malaysia - MALAYSIA-IRELAND TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR FAMILY MEDICINE (MINTFM) position. If you currently looking for new healthcare job opportunities and qualified with the job desc, feel free to apply this job.
Reporting to the CEO of the ICGP (and or his/her nominee) and to the President, RUMC (and or his/her nominee), the Clinical Director of GP Training will occupy a senior strategic and operational role with overall responsibility for the delivery, development, expansion and standards of GP Training in Malaysia. The role involves continuous interaction with those directly involved in the delivery of the programme and also the expansion of the programme. The role will also be critical in ensuring the quality of the programme and maintaining the same standards with its Irish equivalent.
The post holder will need to be up to date with all major developments in General Practice and in education and training in Ireland and internationally in order to provide leadership and co-ordination of all activities related to GP Training at both an operational and strategic level in Malaysia.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
At a strategic level the Clinical Director of GP Training will be expected to lead in the following areas:
- Provide leadership of the MInTFM Programme and to the Scheme Directors in each area
- Promote General Practice Training and shape related policy through interaction with key stakeholders in Malaysia and Ireland
- Lead in the marketing and recruitment of doctors to the MInTFM Programme
- Support GP Training Schemes and their Directors to attain and maintain excellence in teaching practice
- Develop policies and supports for trainee centered higher professional training
- Take a role in identifying and supporting research related to general practice
- Collaborate with external agencies to provide high quality general practice training to agreed standard
- Promote general practice as a career
- Recruit and train high quality GPs as Scheme Directors and trainers
At an operational level the National Director of GP Training will:
- Maintain and review the Core Curriculum for GP Training in conjunction with the Programme Advisory Board
- Encourage innovation and development at all levels of GP training
- Liaise with external regional, national and international organisations involved or concerned with training for general practice in Malaysia
- Organise running of College examinations
- General Medical Practitioner included on the Specialist Register for General Practice with the Irish Medical Council and or equivalent
- Membership of the ICGP and or equivalent
Key Skills and Experience
- Experience of specialist training in General Practice, Irish or otherwise, release course teaching, research and programme administration, and/or recent experience as a G.P. Trainer
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and ability to adapt and work in a different cultural environment
- Excellent organisational, management and project management competencies with particular emphasis on strategic development
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