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The College is inviting expressions of interest from Fellows and Members who would like to work alongside its International Advisors as Country Advisors within the following regions:

- Americas
- Europe
- Middle East & North Africa
- South East Asia
- Sub-Saharan Africa
- Western Pacific

As a Country Advisor you will act as a key point of contact for members, both in their relevant country and in the UK. You will also support the work of your International Advisor for the region by implementing regional priorities at country level, identifying opportunities for engagement, project collaborations and membership development.

The terms of reference are attached below. To apply you should email your CV (6 pages max) and supporting statement of no more than 800 words, stating how your skills and experience are relevant for this post, your current daily rate and how you would approach the post if appointed. Please email your application to Gemma Hooley, International Administrator (email: by the closing date of 31 January 2015. Please note that in order to be eligible for this role you must have 5 years experience and currently reside in the country that you wish to represent.

Adobe PDF (263k)Terms of Reference



The College wishes to appoint a Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist to develop and implement an end-line monitoring and evaluation plan of its LabSkills Africa initiative. This work will contribute to the production of a Project Completion Report (PCR) and the overall learning and development of the LabSkills Africa Health Partnership.

LabSkills Africa is a laboratory leadership and capacity strengthening programme, designed to improve the quality and accuracy of laboratory testing and diagnostic services in resource-limited settings. We are currently working in 20 public sector laboratories in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. These laboratories serve a combined population of 110 million people and perform more than 1.7 million tests annually.

The brief for this assignment including the application process is attached below. The closing date for applications is 11:59pm (UK Time) on Sunday 8th February 2015.

Download: LabSkills Africa - M&E Specialist (Brief)



A vacancy has arisen within the College’s International Advisor Network and we now wish to appoint an International Advisor for the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) region.

As well as representing the College, you will act as a strategic voice for our Fellows and members within the region. This important role will also oversee the development of a network of Country Advisors and work with the College’s International and Examinations Departments to establish the first overseas FRCPath Part II examination centre.

This is an exciting time to be a part of the College’s international work and agenda. The appointment will be for a term of three years in the first instance, commencing 1st June 2015.

To apply for this position, please send a completed expression of interest form together with an abridged CV (no more than 4 sides of A4) to Gemma Hooley, International Administrator (email:

A recruitment information pack containing more details about the role and the international work of the College can be downloaded here: Recruitment Information Pack (International Advisor – MENA).

The expression of interest form can be downloaded here: Expression of Interest Form

If you would like to discuss the role informally, please feel free to contact Dr Maadh Aldouri, Director of International Affairs (email:

Closing date for receipt of Expressions of Interest: Thursday 26th February 2015
Interviews will take place on: Wednesday 18th March 2015
Interviews via Skype and/or teleconference will be arranged for overseas candidates.


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