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Exeter College currently admits up to five students per year for the 3-year clinical medicine course, all of whom have successfully completed the 3-year pre-clinical course at the College.

We are seeking a practicing clinician to act as Clinical Teaching Associate (CTA), who will offer mentoring and bedside teaching in clinical sessions to our group of clinical medical students. It is hoped that the CTA will be able to offer bedside teaching within the clinical setting in which they are normally employed.

Our expectation is that those undertaking the role of CTA will be able to offer an average of two hours of bedside teaching per month.

The role of Clinical Teaching Associate is not an employment; however, you may claim payment for your time (on a self-employed basis) through TMS.

The College also provides the following to help Associates better fulfil their role:

  • Social: Membership of Exeter College’s Senior Common Room;
  • Subsistence: one lunch a week and one dinner a term in College (in order to facilitate the Associate’s ability to meet with the College’s medical Fellows and tutors to discuss the academic progress of students (as required)); the ability to bring guests and attend other SCR dinners at own expense;
  • Academic: Attendance (without charge) at all Bannister Society events and dinners (approximately 4 dinners each year); College and University membership including access to libraries.

 

For more information, please download a copy of the Role Descriptor.

The role is immediately available, and it is anticipated that it will run until 30 September 2025 in the first instance (but with the potential to extend by mutual agreement).

If you would like to be considered for the role of Clinical Teaching Associate, please email a copy of your CV and a short covering letter to vacancies@exeter.ox.ac.uk no later than 12pm (midday) on Sunday 21 July 2024.

Exeter College is an equal opportunities employer, and values diversity.