Associate Professor and Consultant Renal Histopathologist – Beaumont Hospital

Job Title: Associate Professor and Consultant Renal Histopathologist

Location:  Beaumont Hospital, Beaumont Rd, Dublin, Ireland

Department: Department of Pathology, RCSI and Department of Pathology, Beaumont Hospital, Dublin, Ireland.

Reporting to: As Associate Professor, to Professor and Head of the RCSI Department of Pathology, Prof Siobhan Glavey and to Head of the School of Medicine, Professor Gerry McElvaney as Consultant Renal Histopathologist to the CEO of Beaumont Hospital or his/her nominee.

Contract: This appointment is on a Type B basis under the Consultants’ Contract 2008.  The post is structured as 17 hours RCSI and 20 hours Beaumont Hospital, and is based in Beaumont Hospital, Dublin.

Person Specification Essential:

The successful candidate will meet the following criteria:

  • Be a medically qualified consultant histopathologist (FRCPath or similar), registered, or eligible for registration, on the specialist register of the Irish Medical Council in the specialty of histopathology
  • Have a strong teaching interest and skill set, as evidenced by experience in undergraduate medical education, in stimulating content development, innovative teaching delivery, and examination
  • Demonstrate a research record, as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications in journals of high quality/impact
  • Have clinical and research experience in molecular pathology and next generation sequencing
  • Demonstrate the ability to influence and manage complex relationships at all levels, maintaining excellent and collaborative working relationships and with proven capability to represent RCSI and Beaumont Hospital in academic, scientific and clinical circles
  • Demonstrate the vision, leadership, strategic thinking and strategy execution skills, to adopt a significant role in the RCSI School of Medicine, with an ability to integrate and work alongside a diverse team of clinical, academic, administrative and technical professionals, in a changing environment, to deliver an exceptional student experience
  • Show evidence of high standards and commitment to both student and patient needs. Strong mentoring and coaching skills are highly valued.
  • Demonstrate an outcomes and results-focused approach to delivering on agreed objectives and to meeting deadlines.

Associate Professor: Specific Selection criteria

  • Experience in teaching module development and/or curriculum development
  • Evidence of teaching experience – ideally in a mix of teaching modes
  • Ability to create and develop assessment methods and/or have contributed to exam preparation
  • Experience delivering and facilitating engaging educational modules and learning experiences with students
  • Ideally have contributed to the enhancement of an organisation and coordination of teaching curricula and schedules
  • Have evidence of effective mentoring and coaching skills and success with students
  • Demonstrate a track record of having contributed to research focusing on clinical and translatable aspects of pathology – ideally involving renal pathology

Interview and presentation

Shortlisted candidates will be invited for a formal competence-based interview and a panel-based presentation.

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