Principal Lecturer (Permanent) and Founding MBChB Programme Lead

Worcester, Worcestershire (GB)
£84,559 to £114,003 (Clinical Pay Scale)
20 Dec 2021
End of advertisement period
24 Jan 2022
Contract Type
Full Time

Principal Lecturer (Permanent) and Founding MBChB Programme Lead (fixed term for 5 years, renewable by agreement)  

Location: St John’s Campus

Salary: £84,559 to £114,003 (Clinical Pay Scale)

Appointment as Professor will be considered for suitable candidates

Post Type: Full Time

Contract Type: Permanent

Advertised On: Thursday 16 December 2021

Closing Date: Monday 24 January 2022

Reference: TCMS2103

The University of Worcester is a high achieving, award-winning, dynamic institution set within an inclusive and engaged community. The number one University in England for gender equality, according to the last three years of the Times Higher Education’s University Impact Rankings, with multiple accolades for teaching quality, inclusion, contribution to the community, and environmental sustainability, the University has been shortlisted as Times Higher Education University of the Year three times in recent years.  One of the best Universities for health education, Worcester is creating the distinctive Three Counties Medical School (TCMS), aiming to widen access to careers in medicine and retain graduates in the local area.

The School now seeks to appoint an outstanding Principal Lecturer and Founding MBChB Programme Lead. This is a unique and exciting opportunity to be part of the TCMS team, as the School enters its next phase of development with the General Medical Council (GMC) having given the go ahead to recruit the first medical students. Applications for the graduate entry MBChB are now open for entry in September 2022.

The MBChB Programme Lead will be responsible for the overall strategic direction for the MBChB programme in the development and roll out of the curriculum.

The successful candidate will be a proven leader, with the ability to motivate and influence their colleagues to achieve tangible positive outcomes, as well as demonstrate an excellent awareness of both the Higher Education and clinical environment. The post holder will have the ability to analyse complex data, think strategically and identify business opportunities relating to the work of the Medical School, University and more widely. Appointment as Professor will be considered for suitably qualified exceptional candidates.

For informal inquiries please contact Jennifer Zandbeek, School Manager for the Three Counties Medical School via email at