4 days/week at home

Core hours 10–4

Job Description

Salary: Up to £50,000 per annum

Contract type: 2-year fixed term contract (potential secondment opportunity)

Work Hours: Full-time (flexibility available)

Why Join Us?

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society is seeking a motivated Curriculum Development Manager to take the lead on exciting development projects relating to our pharmacist curricula. This is your chance to make a significant impact in shaping the future of the pharmacy profession across the UK. If you're a driven, detail-oriented individual with a passion for workforce professional development, we'd love to hear from you.

About the Role

As the Curriculum Development Manager, you will:

  • Lead the review and development of our curricula to ensure they remain relevant to and respected by the profession.
  • Manage complex programmes and projects related to curriculum design and development.
  • Develop guidance for curriculum users based on feedback.
  • Act as the go-to point of contact for internal and external stakeholders regarding RPS curricula.
  • Deliver engaging presentations about RPS curricula to a diverse range of stakeholders.

Success Measures

We have clear, achievable success measures in place. By the end of 2024, you will have developed and implemented a new RPS curriculum review and evaluation policy. By April 2025, you will have successfully led on the programme to revamp our post-registration Foundation curriculum.

What You Bring

Essential

  • Educated to degree level (or equivalent work experience).
  • Postgraduate qualification in education (or equivalent work experience).
  • Proven experience in curriculum design and complex project management.
  • Ability to build strong relationships with key stakeholders.
  • Excellent communication skills and an eye for detail.

Desirable

  • Understanding of current health education and regulatory policy.
  • Experience of curriculum design within a post-graduate healthcare environment.
  • Basic understanding of intellectual property principles.

The Team

This role sits in the Assessment & Credentialing team, whose main purpose is to define and assure post-registration standards of pharmacy practice through curricula, assessments, and credentialing.

We are a small but dynamic team made of educational professionals (both pharmacists and non-pharmacists) passionate about improving care through the advancement and assurance of pharmacists in the healthcare system. We are looking forward to welcoming a passionate and experienced individual with curriculum expertise into the team.

How we are currently working

RPS supports and works in a hybrid way, which means you will be able to work from home, however, there will be an expectation for collaborative face-to-face working – on average and typically this may be something between 4-8 working days per month at our London Office.

🗓️ Closing date: 22 May 2024

If you would like to learn more about the role, view our job description 👈

Please attach your CV and Cover Letter

We are passionate about creating a culture of belonging, inclusion, and diversity these are part of our core values at RPS and we are striving to have an organisation that represents the diversity of the profession. At RPS we do not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, age, or disability and we encourage applications from all backgrounds.

Company benefits

Adoption leave
Open to part time work for some roles
Enhanced sick pay
Health insurance
Gym membership
Dental coverage
Compassionate leave
Mental health platform access
Season ticket loan
Company shutdown periods
Birthday off
Buy or sell annual leave
Optional unpaid leave
Accrued annual leave
Enhanced paternity leave
Enhanced maternity leave
Shared parental leave
Carer’s leave
Cycle to work scheme
Fully stocked snack cupboard
Faith rooms
Salary sacrifice
Life assurance
Annual pay rises
Interest free loans
Sabbaticals
Teambuilding days
L&D budget
Employee discounts
Skilled worker visas
Employee assistance programme
Volunteer days
Open to compressed hours
Flexible working week
Tax-free childcare
Meditation space
Pension match/increase
Hackathons
Location
85%
Employees are very happy with their working location freedom
Hours
83%
Employees are very happy with the flexibility in the hours they work
Benefits
62%
Employees are largely happy with the benefits their company offers
Work-life balance
72%
Employees feel that they can switch off quite easily from work
Role modelling
75%
Employees feel that most people work flexibly
Autonomy
82%
Employees feel they have complete autonomy over getting their work done

Additional employee ratings
(these do not contribute to the FlexScore®)

Diversity
65%
Employees feel that the diversity is good and there are continued efforts to improve it
Inclusion
66%
Employees feel that the culture supports equity and inclusivity well
Culture
70%
Employees enjoy the working environment
Mission
75%
Employees feel quite excited about the company mission
Salary
56%
Employees feel that their salary is fair and in line with the market average

Working at Royal Pharmaceutical Society

Company employees

210

Gender diversity (male:female)

76:24

Office locations

London, Cardiff, Edinburgh

Hiring Countries

United Kingdom

Awards & Achievements

Most flexible companies

Most flexible companies

Flexa100 2024

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