Job Reference: 936190
Your new role
As the Director - Medical Education you will be a member of the Senior
Leadership Group of the Discipline of Medicine. You will be responsible for
managing a team of professional and academic staff who develop, oversee and
implement curriculum and assessment processes as well as admissions for the
medical course. In addition, you will: be closely involved with AMC course
accreditation; chair the Undergraduate Education Committee; lead monitoring
and reporting on relevant evaluation data; provide training, professional
development and research mentoring in medical education for Discipline staff;
provide strategic oversight for the use of technologies to support the medical
program; and represent the Discipline of Medicine on university and national
committees and advocacy groups. You will work closely with our Director –
Medical Program, Year Coordinators, Admissions Lead and Assessment Assistant,
and Clinical Specialist Leads.
You will be someone with demonstrated expertise, leadership and experience in
medical education including curriculum, teaching and learning, assessment,
evaluation and technologies to ensure the MBBS/BMedSc(Hon) reflects
contemporary evidence-based medical education practice, curriculum and
assessment development and the implementation of a medical education program.
You will have a PhD or equivalent research and academic experience in a
medical education/education-related area, substantive experience in a senior
leadership role in an MBBS/MD program and a proven record of medical education
scholarship/research with impact at local, national and/or international
A competitive remuneration package, including relocation support where
required, will be negotiated with the preferred candidate.
PhD or equivalent research and academic experience in a medical
Substantive experience in a senior leadership role in an MBBS/MD program.
Proven record of medical education scholarship/research with impact at
local, national and/or international level.
Experience in curriculum and assessment development and the implementation
of a medical education program.
Expertise in pedagogical principles and experience in supporting medical
National/international profile in medical education development,
accreditation and innovation.
You will require current work rights in Australia that match the tenure of
Only in limited situations will visa sponsorship situations be considered.
To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Graeme Maguire,
Associate Dean, Deputy Head of School, Medicine on
The Curtin Medical School - Discipline of Medicine's mission is that our
graduates will be recognised for their commitment to general practice, mental
health, and aged care as well as rural, regional and Indigenous health care.
It is one of four Disciplines in the Curtin Medical School and is responsible
for our five-year undergraduate medical program (MBBS) and an associated,
dedicated intercalated research year (BMedSci (Hons)) for selected MBBS
students. We welcomed our first cohort of 60 medical students in 2017 and
celebrated our first graduating doctors at the end of 2021.
The medical school is based in a dedicated building on the University Bentley
campus with tailored clinical teaching and simulation facilities and offers
the only undergraduate medical degree in Western Australia. It now enrols 120
new students each year with preferential selection of students with a rural,
Indigenous Australian, or disadvantaged background. In addition, the School
has seven metropolitan hospital clinical placement sites, health campuses in
Midland (Perth) and Kalgoorlie (Goldfields, WA), is a member of Rural
Clinical School WA and has close links with metropolitan and rural primary
care and other community-based health care providers.
Our vibrant campus includes an art gallery, gym/childcare and medical centre,
endless food options and great parking and public transport options.
For more information on our university, please visit www. curtin.edu.au
Please include a cover letter, your CV and separate document addressing the
selection criteria to allow us to assess your suitability for this role.
To view further information about this role and a copy of the generic ALD –
ALE Academic Role Statements, please copy and paste the following link into
your web browser.
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Applications close: 10pm AWST Sunday 14th August 2022
Applicants should note that prior to appointment, you will need to have a
current National Police Records check, undergo character, integrity, and
reference checks, and provide evidence of your COVID-19 vaccination and
booster (if eligible).
If you have any queries in relation to this application process, please
contact our careers team on 08 9266 9000 (option 3,1).