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JETS clinical training lead recruitment 2024
1 February 2024

Recruitment is now open for the JAG endoscopy training clinical

The Joint Advisory Group on GI Endoscopy (the JAG) wishes to appoint a training clinical lead for the JAG endoscopy training system (JETS) programme to work with the JAG programme manager (training and data). JAG invites application from persons interested in ensuring the successful delivery of the certification programme for endoscopy trainees (JETS) and nursing competency programme (JETS workforce).

Collaboration: Working with the programme manager you will be responsible for delivering the main aims of the JAG Endoscopy Training System (JETS) as agreed within the JAG governance framework including the training steering group and the JAG stakeholder group. You will oversee developments and provide high quality guidance and advice.

External representation: You will represent JAG training in external meetings and act as a key point of contact on behalf of JAG for relevant medical colleges, societies, and professional and regulatory bodies. You will maintain and enhance the reputation of the programme and ensure its proper governance.

We are looking for the successful candidate to take up the role from Feb 2024 on an informal basis to allow shadowing and handover with the current training lead. The role will formally commence in May 2024. The appointment will be a fixed term agreement for two years with a possible further agreement for one year. 1 PA per week (or equivalent)

For a full overview of the role please see the RCP website.

Application and appointments process

Candidates for this role should be aware that it is the duty of a candidate to obtain advance agreement from his/her employing authority that they will be given adequate time to perform the duties of this role.

Interested parties are welcome to have an informal discussion ahead of application with the current JAG Training Group Lead, Sarah Mills. These should be arranged via the JAG office (

Applicants should submit the following to

  • Letter of application outlining their suitability for the role
  • Short CV (focussed on endoscopy-related achievements and leadership experience)
  • Where appropriate, a letter of support from an academic supervisor should be provided

Interviews for short-listed applicants will be held virtually – date is TBC.

Closing date for applications is 4 March 2024.

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