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Clinical teaching opportunities with RCSI

Vacancy ID Vacancy Speciality Closing date Apply
017906 Clinical Lecturer/Tutor Paediatrics/Neonatology Closed for applications
018074 Clinical Lecturer/Tutor Surgery 22 February 2019 Apply now
018075 Clinical Lecturer/Tutor Tropical Medicine 1 March 2019 Apply now
018066 Clinical Lecturer/Tutor Medicine 1 March 2019 Apply now
018087 Clinical Lecturer/Tutor Medicine - Intermediate Cycle 1 March 2019 Apply now
018086 Clinical Lecturer/Tutor Cardiology 1 March 2019 Apply now
018067 Clinical Lecturer Microbiology 1 March 2019 Apply now
018072 Clinical Tutor Psychiatry 15 March 2019 Apply now
018073 Clinical Lecturer - London Psychiatry 1 March 2019 Apply now
018068 Clinical Lecturer/Tutor Ophthalmology 15 March 2019 Apply now
018070 Clinical Lecturer - Waterford Orthopaedic Surgery 29 March 2019 Apply now
018069 Clinical Lecturer - Cappagh Orthopaedic Surgery 29 March 2019 Apply now

Why join RCSI?

We offer excellent career development opportunities for our clinical teaching staff, including:

  • Funding for completion of an MD, PhD or MCh (by Research) with RCSI (available for eligible candidates)
  • Generous training allowances for approved courses
  • Refunds of up to €450 on passing approved examinations
  • Education leave for participation on approved training

Contracts may be between one and three years in duration. In some cases, rotation between RCSI sites may be agreed between the staff member and the head of department.

More details on the benefits our clinical teaching staff enjoy can be found here (PDF, 145KB)

Learn more about RCSI’s teaching hospitals (PDF, 903KB)

Please direct any queries to Judy Walsh in RCSI Human Resources on (01) 402 2440 or recruitment@rcsi.ie.

Cormac McCarthy, Clinical Lecturer, RCSI

I have found the post of clinical lecturer in RCSI to be hugely rewarding on many levels.

It has been an exciting two years, through learning new teaching skills, keeping up to date, being kept on my toes and refreshing my knowledge. The new challenge of teaching medical students in a more structured environment has been rewarding both from a personal and academic perspective. Knowing how it was to receive tutorials and teaching from clinically experience staff when I was a student it has felt good to finally be on the other side of this and give something back.

Being a graduate of RCSI it has also been rewarding to be involved in a different side of the college and to experience medical teaching from another perspective. As a workplace RCSI has been fantastic, the support staff are excellent and most of all as an institution it is hugely supportive of clinical lecturers completing a higher degree while involved in the undergraduate teaching programme. They have supplemented the post graduate fees as well as supporting my travel to international conferences. Also they have provide me with courses ranging form ACLS to laboratory techniques. I believe the combination of a research degree while teaching has been an excellent experience, both for the variety of work and the support provided to complete my doctorate.