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The Director Human Pharmacology is a voluntary and high profile role within the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine (FPM) and has responsibility for advising the Education and Standards Committee on the development of the Certificate and Diploma in Human Pharmacology (C/DHP) and Experimental Medicine programmes including related taught courses.
This role is also responsible for the development and management of FPM’s newly instituted First in Human Principle Investigator training program which aims to provide accredited training for industry and NHS physicians seeking recognition for this activity. The DHP will contribute to the strategic development of professional standards for early phase clinical and translational research as well as support the training of those working in early clinical development roles.
The post holder will also be responsible for reviewing applications for entry on the C/DHP programs, including approval of the training environment, as well as advising on suitability for individual’s recognition as a principle investigator on the request of the MHRA. The post holder will be supported in this activity by FPM staff and by other expert colleagues in the Phase I examiner group.
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|Professional||Being accountable for our work and actions|
|Innovative||Seeking solutions proactively|
|Caring||Treating everyone with dignity|
|Collaborative||Working positively with others|
|Credible||Being honest and ethical in our work|
|Learned||Investing in developing knowledge and skills|
As part of your application, please provide details and examples of how you meet these criteria:
Appointed persons normally serve for a period of three years. This can be extended to a maximum of six years if re-appointed. Chairpersons may be asked to step down from the group if they are not able to attend meetings or contribute to the work of the group satisfactorily.
Information relating to the Education and Standards Committee must be kept confidential unless otherwise agreed by FPM.
FPM will reimburse travel and subsistence costs arising from reasonable attendance at FPM meetings and events under the terms of the FPM’s Expense Claim Policy.
Please send your CV (please put ‘Appointments – Director DHP‘ in the subject line), with a covering note of approximately 500 words outlining your relevant experience and ideas for developing the role, to email@example.com.
Deadline for applications: 12:00 UK Time on Monday 16 August 2021
FPM welcomes and actively seeks to recruit people to its activities regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation. FPM aspires to reflect the diversity of its members in all its committee, senior roles and staff in general.