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Clinical Lecturers and Clinical Tutors

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
Dublin, Leinster (IE)
Closing date
12 Apr 2023

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University & research
Career Level
Lecturer, Academic (other)
Contract Type
Fixed Contract
Full Time

Clinical Lecturers and Clinical Tutors – RCSI

Contract: 12 months, renewable

RCSI is a community of clinical, academic, research and professional staff working collaboratively to lead the world to better health. Here, you will thrive in an innovative and inclusive atmosphere and your personal development and wellbeing will be supported. We invite you to join us to help deliver on our exciting mission “To educate, nurture and discover for the benefit of human health”. We seek candidates whose experience to date has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to the “Race Equality Action Plan 2021-2024” at RCSI.


The principal objective of these posts is to participate in the development, direction, teaching, facilitation and examinations of the undergraduate teaching program. In addition, the successful candidate will participate in  growing clinical and translational research.

List of jobs available outlined below and the application process and full job descriptions can be accessed on the RCSI careers page

Clinical Lecturer – Clinical Microbiology/Immunology

Clinical Lecturer – Clinical Microbiology

Clinical Lecturer and Clinical Tutor – Anaesthetics and Critical Care

Clinical Lecturer/Tutor in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Clinical Lecturer – Paediatrics/Neonatology

Clinical Lecturer – Ophthalmology

Clinical Lecturer in Psychiatry (King's College London and RCSI)

Intern Lecturer (Dublin North East/RCSI)

Clinical Lecturer/Tutor in Medicine

Clinical Lecturer/Tutor in Endocrinology

Clinical Lecturer/Tutor in Respiratory Medicine

Clinical Lecturer/Tutor in Rheumatology

Clinical Lecturer/Tutor in Cardiology

Tutor Registrar in Psychiatry

Clinical Lecturer/Clinical Tutor – Tropical Medicine

Clinical Lecturer and Tutor in Orthopaedic Surgery (Cappagh)

Clinical Lecturer and Tutor in Orthopaedic Surgery (Waterford)

Clinical Tutor – Ophthalmology

Clinical Lecturer/Clinical Tutor – Surgery


Participate in clinical courses such as ACLS, BLS and PALS

Refunds of up to €450 also available on passing approved examinations 

Benefit from up to 14 days Educational Leave to support participation on approved courses, exams or professional development activities

Clinical Educator career development programme providing access to mentoring, interview/CV support and specialty careers talks

Generous educational funding for:

Doctoral  degrees  by  research  through  our  School  of Postgraduate  Studies –MD and PhD opportunities

Masters  programmes  through  our  Surgical  Affairs  department -Masters  in Surgery  (MCh)  and MSc  in  Advanced  Clinical  Practice

Fully funded places on RCSI’s Postgraduate Diploma in Health Professions Education


This appointment is available for a period of one year initially, renewable to a maximum of two further years subject to satisfactory performance.

Salary: €45,000 per annum for Clinical Tutor or €55,000 per annum for Clinical Lecturer. Level of appointment will depend on the successful candidates’ previous experience.

Candidate Specification: Essential

The successful candidate should:

Possess evidence of registration with the Irish Medical Council

Possess a keen interest in lecturing and interacting with undergraduate students

Possess excellent communication skills

We are all too aware that imposter syndrome and the confidence gap can sometimes stop fantastic candidates putting themselves forward, so please do apply — we would love to hear from you.


Note: This job description may be subject to change to reflect the evolving requirements of the Department and RCSI. Similar vacancies that arise in the next 6 months may be filled from the pool of applicants that apply for this position.  RCSI is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their gender, civil status, family status, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability or race. RCSI is committed to embedding equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) across everything we do. This ensures we can all work and learn in an environment defined by dignity and respect. Eligibility to work in Ireland is a requirement of this role. Proof of eligibility documentation will be required at a later date. Under limited and specific circumstances (research/ specialist roles) RCSI may be in a position to seek a hosting agreement and/or work permits. Employees are required to undertake 6 months service in their current role before applying for other internal opportunities, unless agreed in advance by the SMT representative


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