Independent Medical Expert Group (IMEG) - MEMBERSClosed
|Body:||Independent Medical Expert Group (IMEG)|
|Appointing Department:||Ministry of Defence|
|Location:||London with some UK travel|
|Number of Vacancies:||3|
|Time Requirements:||3 Years. Approximately 10 days per year. Meetings are usually held at Ministry of Defence offices in London with some UK travel.|
Closed for Applications
Final Interview Date
Dr. John Scadding Added 06/05/2021
Honorary Consultant Neurologist • Independent Member
Dr. Anne Braidwood Added 06/05/2021
MOD People medical adviser • Departmental Official
Dr. Thomas Dawson Added 06/05/2021
CLINICAL DIRECTOR • Independent Member
IMEG’s role is to advise Min (DPV) on medical and scientific aspects of the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme (AFCS) and related matters. The IMEG are seeking three members. The overall responsibility of members is to:
- engage fully in collective consideration of the issues, taking account of the full range of relevant factors, including any guidance issued by the sponsor department or the responsible minister;
- ensure that the code of Practice on Access to Government Information is adhered to;
ensure that the Group does not exceed its powers or functions.
The successful candidates must:
- be medically qualified senior consultants, registered with the General Medical Council (GMC) in one of the relevant specialities (trauma/orthopaedics, neurology, audio vestibular/audiological medicine, occupational medicine, psychiatry, respiratory medicine, epidemiology or rehabilitation) and be independent of the MOD, having not previously worked either in the Department or been a member of the Armed Forces;
- have the ability to apply intellectual rigour to the medical and scientific aspects of the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme (AFCS) and related matters.
- have experience of working collaboratively on high level committees at board level;
- have the ability to take forward investigative work and the capacity to ensure that all issues are seen through to their conclusion;
- demonstrate a willingness to work flexibly and engage constructively with the other IMEG members and stakeholders;
- demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills and teamwork;
The successful candidates should also:
- have an interest in occupational medicine, disability analysis and personal injury compensation
have an understanding of how the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme operates.
The appointments will be for a period of three years with two starting on 1 September 2021 and the third appointment in February 2022.
|40590_IMEG_MEMBER_Disable Confident Scheme Declaration|
|40590_IMEG_MEMBER_Expression of Interest_V2|
|40590_IMEG_MEMBER_Campaign Information Pack_V2|