The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FRH) is the largest UK professional membership organisation working in the field of sexual and reproductive health (SRH). We support healthcare professionals to deliver high quality healthcare including access to contraception. We provide our 15,000 doctor and nurse members with NICE-accredited evidence-based clinical guidance, including the UKMEC, the gold standard in safe contraceptive prescription, as well as clinical and service standards.
We believe that access to quality sexual and reproductive healthcare is a fundamental right. That is why we are working together with our members and partners to shape better sexual and reproductive healthcare for all.
Located in the new offices of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists at London Bridge the Faculty offers a package that includes flexible working hours, subsidised gym membership, season ticket loan, a first-class pension scheme and generous annual leave (25 days per year).
About the role
The Education & Training Team 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), the Membership Examination and the General Training Programmes aimed at general practitioners and nurses.
This role will manage the delivery, maintenance and development of a range of products related to the Specialty and specialist level training including recruiting and supporting trainees and supervisors, the cSRH curriculum, membership exams and the CESR.
The Specialty Development Manager will work closely with Education Strategy Board and associated committees to ensure that the products and programmes continue to be appropriate to the SRH workforce as well as being sustainable.
You will be educated to at least A Level (or equivalent) standard and with proven project management experience. You will have substantial experience of working independently in a pressurised administrative environment, managing your own output and that of others.
You will be able to demonstrate experience of delivering educational products (preferably health related), of improving policies and processes to support product/programme development and customer service. With demonstrable experience of work supervision you will possess experience of interpreting data to support management decisions and managing and servicing committees.
Please email your CV and a covering letter (no more than 2 pages) by 9am on Monday 6th April. Interviews are scheduled for the afternoons of Wednesday 22nd April/Thursday 23rd April.
Your cover letter should outline:
· Why you are applying for the role
· How you meet the person specification criteria (please download the full job description and person specification from the Faculty's website in the 'about us' section)
· Your notice period
· Current salary
· Contact details: mobile telephone number & address
· Where you heard about the role