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Current opportunities to join the Usher Institute.

 A summary of current Usher Institute vacancies is provided below. Applications usually close at 5pm on the noted date.

Please note that all Usher Institute vacancies are advertised on the vacancies section of the University of Edinburgh Jobs website, where it is possible to set up personalised email notifications for future vacancies of interest.​

Deputy Director Medical Informatics - NHS Digital Academy

Closing Date: 24-Nov-21

The Usher Institute within The University of Edinburgh is looking for a Deputy Director for the Edinburgh team of the Digital Health Leadership programme of the NHS Digital Academy (NHS DA).

The post holder will: •    Ensure an integrated approach between University of Edinburgh and Imperial College London, to the delivery of the joint programme •    Provide leadership and line management to the Programme Leadership and the Programme Management streams of work, on both the Academic and Operational programme delivery (UoE) •    Collaborate with the Senior Advisor, the Postgraduate Hub and the Data-Driven Innovation programme team, to integrate the NHSDA Digital Health Leadership programme into the Usher Institute and wider UoE teaching programmes •    Foster both internal and external relationships for the programme’s stability and growth •    Oversee the UoE contractual obligations (sub-contract) with Imperial College London for the ongoing successful delivery of the NHSDA DHL

Salary: UE09, £53,348- £60,022 PRO RATA  part time 14 hours/week

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Teaching Fellow - NHS Digital Academy

Closing Date: 26-Nov-21

The Usher Institute within The University of Edinburgh is looking for a Teaching Fellow for the Digital Health Leadership programme of the NHS Digital Academy.

The post holder will contribute to the development and ongoing refinement of online teaching content and media and will deliver online teaching, assessment marking and support to participants for a specific course module.  The post holder will be required to liaise directly with both participants and Module Leads for a specific module in order to provide responsive and high quality teaching and support to participants. The post holder will also contribute to residential learning sessions by meeting and engaging with participants (online and/or face to face) to enhance the teaching and support experience for participants, to assist Module Leads as required.

Salary: UE07 £34,304 - £40,927 PRO RATA  part time 21 hours/week

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