- Collaborate with the Executive Dean and Dean of Education to develop an Educational plan for the Division including contributions to undergraduate (esp. MBBS), postgraduate and other teaching and work with the Heads of Departments of Academic Psychiatry to have this monitored and delivered.
- Oversee the educational contributions of the IoPPN to fostering the field of children and young person’s mental health at the MBBS level and beyond including, but not limited to, the Summer School for Psychiatry, the Academic Foundation Programs, the CT/ST MRCPsych teaching, the ACF and ACLs related to academic training and events such as the Maudsley Debates.
- Develop a financial strategy consistent with the academic strategy and compliant with relevant resource allocation models; lead the Division in the annual Business Planning Round; to lead in revenue-generation initiatives and in building the IoPPN annual budget and to manage any intra-year budgetary transitions within the constituent Departments.
Performance Development and Management
- Attend the Executive Deans’ PDR review meetings for each Department and be responsible for monitoring thefollow-through actions, including performance management, and reporting on progress to the Executive Dean.
- Develop special initiatives for Faculty Development within the School with special attention to the enhancement of the work environment for women and minorities; with particular attention and support to early career researchers.
- Line manage the Heads of Departments, meet with them regularly and conduct their Annual PDRs. Where appropriate, to assist the Heads of Departments with performance management/enhancement of individual staff.
- Chair recruitments and review all probations at the Lecturer level, and where delegated, other recruitments.
Relationship with the Clinical Academic Groups
- The primary, though not exclusive, relationship of the Division will be with the CAMHS Clinical Academic Groups at SLaM NHS FT. You will take an active role in facilitating the partnership between academics, the CAG leadership and SLaM. You will play a central role in the adjudication of the ACCEA awards for Divisional Academics who are Honorary Consultants.
Representation and Ambassadorial Role
- Together with King’s Fundraising and Maudsley Charity co-ordinate and deliver Centre involvement in major strategic awards, in philanthropic initiatives, KCL- wide research and educational initiatives, personnel and organisational development, communication, marketing and promotional events.
- In collaboration with the Executive Dean take a coordinating role in the IoPPN’s and SLaM’s input into the Centre for Young People's Mental Health and the Centre for Translation Informatics.
Responsibility to the larger IoPPN Community
- As a senior clinical academic leader of the IoPPN and of SLaM, you will foster success of the School of Academic Psychiatry in a way that enhances the entire IoPPN and SLaM community and in particular would be expected to lead and support active collaboration with the other Schools and active participation in the cross-IoPPN initiatives.
- This description reflects the core activities of the role and as the College and the post-holder develop there will inevitably be changes in the emphasis of duties. It is expected that the post-holder recognizes this and adopt a flexible approach to work and will be willing to participate in training.
- In addition to these responsibilities, you may be asked to represent the IoPPN or SLaM in appropriate University or Trust level committees, AHSC-level or outside committees.
Academic environment & support
- As a successful applicant, you will be provided with an office and administrative support. For the academic component of the post, the research facilities are excellent, with close links to other relevant departments, full computing, statistical and IT support and a large psychiatric library with superb on-line access.
- You will be expected to contribute and take a leading role in the ongoing programme of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and training within the relevant Department and Clinical Academic Group and the Division of Academic Psychiatry of the IoPPN.