Working with us

The University of Surrey is planning an exciting new medical curriculum, which will equip a new type of skilled medical graduate, ready and able to meet the increasing needs of tomorrow’s patients.

Come and join us to prepare graduates who are:

Excellent and holistic clinical leaders – able to drive change and deliver caring, integrated and technologically advanced healthcare for their patients and communities.

Our graduates will not only understand what is possible today, but will become leaders of change who will develop and work in new models of healthcare delivery in the digital age.

Our strength is in our people. Surrey’s academics make extraordinary discoveries which address some of the world’s biggest challenges while setting our students on their own paths of discovery and success. Last year we marked 50 years in Guildford, and now we look forward to the exciting new future ahead.

Are you ready to enhance your own extensive clinical experience by training the digital doctors of tomorrow? Do you have a research vision which will support your teaching practice and can be nurtured at the University of Surrey?

We welcome interest from outstanding GPs, clinicians, clinical researchers and educators excited by the prospect of working with a team of enthusiastic and creative medical educators at the University of Surrey. This is a great opportunity to make a significant contribution to the development of a new medical undergraduate curriculum, using evidence-based contemporary teaching, learning theory and methods. We aim to build genuine inter-professional training with specific input from the schools of the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences (School of Health Sciences, School of Psychology, School of Veterinary Medicine and School of Biosciences and Medicine) along with input from departments from across the wider University.

We propose to support full-time, part-time and joint appointments and offer professional development to enhance your teaching skills in readiness for teaching delivery.

Where appropriate, we would recommend early conversations with your NHS employer in order to factor development opportunities with the University of Surrey into job plans. Please do however be aware that any pending appointment offers will be conditional until any award of student places, at the earliest in spring 2018.

Please check the vacancies page on our website as we progress plans further for our Medical School. There may not be an open vacancy that you can apply for at the moment, but we recommend that you use our email alert service in order to be alerted to relevant opportunities in the future.

 Come and join more than 2,500 staff that have achieved an outstanding track record in education and research, obtained ‘top-10’ status in three major national league tables in 2015-16 and recently received a Gold award in the new Teaching Excellence Framework assessment for quality of teaching and learning provision. Become part of the vibrant, diverse and exciting working environment at the University of Surrey, and help us to make a difference to equip tomorrow’s graduates for their future careers. 

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