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Part time; 0.6 WTE, 24 hours per week
NES is a national special Health Board with a vision of Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland, and a mission to provide education that enables excellence in healthcare for the people of Scotland through the themes of an excellent workforce, improved quality, new models of care, enhanced educational infrastructure and an improved organisation. The work of the organisation is underpinned by the NHS Scotland Quality strategy, and the 2020 Vision for health and social care.
NES has leads for each of the key professional groups in the NHS, organised within a Directorate structure. The Postgraduate Dental Dean has particular responsibility for dental education and training in addition to wider corporate and multi-professional responsibilities. The postholder has a key strategic role in supporting this work, through the provision of leadership at UK, Scottish, and regional levels, contributing to the strategic development of postgraduate dental education and the wider NHS workforce.
Dentally qualified with a background in secondary care and the relevant experience and understanding of postgraduate dental education, the postholder will require high levels of strategic thinking, influencing, negotiating and partnership working skills combined with a visible and dynamic leadership which is exercised in a local and national context. He/she must have the presence, credibility and stature to lead for NES and the Directorate in a complex national environment and contribute to the leadership and development of the Directorate which impacts directly on the delivery of clinical care and patient safety.
If you are interested in this vacancy and would like further information, please refer to the Job Information Pack which includes a copy of the Job Description, Person Specification and Conditions of Service.
For an informal discussion about any aspect of this role, please contact;
Dr David Felix, Postgraduate Dental Dean, NHS Education for Scotland.
Tel 0131 656 3228
Unless otherwise stated the deadline for applications is 23:59 hours on the closing date.
Please be aware that the NES online application system will not be available on 21 April 2018 due to essential system maintenance it will not be possible to work on your application in the live system, or to submit your application form, on this date.