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The Faculty has been providing expert consultancy services to a range of stakeholders since its inception, acting as a well-trusted organisation to deliver high quality outputs matched to the clients’ specific requirements. 

You can read more about the services FCI offers and some example case studies of past work completed on our Consultancy page. 

We’ve been delighted to see these services expand more and more so that we are now looking to recruit a Lead to oversee the programme of activity and take it forwards. 

A role description (RD) for this role is attached below. This is a very exciting opportunity for an FCI member or non-member with previous consultancy experience and we would welcome enquiries and applications via CV and covering letter to outline how you meet the requirements set out in the RD, sent to:  For an informal discussion please contact Jan on 0207 451 6797.

Deadline: Monday 26th April

 Download the role description for FCI Consultancy Lead 

The Global Medical Device Nomenclature (GMDN) is the international standard for the naming and grouping of medical devices. It is used by governments, manufacturers and hospitals to improve the management of medical device information.

The GMDN is managed by the GMDN Agency (a registered charity) which wants to recruit a Nomenclature Developer / Term Author to join the team responsible for communicating with medical device manufacturers, authoring GMDN descriptions (Terms), and developing conceptual medical device groups, amongst other things.

For full details please see the GMDN Agency website at:

Dr Barry Daniels is an FCI Associate member and Clinical Lead at GMDN agency – he is happy to have an informal chat with individual FCI members about the vacancy – please contact

Assistant Health Informatician

BMJ Knowledge Centre is recruiting a health informatician who will play a significant role in enabling the intelligent application of our clinical decision support (CDS) content.

You will be responsible for the practical delivery of BMJ Knowledge Centre informatics strategy by developing, maintaining, improving and monitoring the use of machine interpretable CDS content and metadata. You will also be responsible for clinical terminology database maintenance. As part of the role you will be expected to identify areas for improvement and development to ensure the accuracy and reliability of BMJ’s CDS metadata.

The ideal candidate will have practical experience of clinical terminologies covering diseases, and medication and their use in clinical systems in order to support BMJ with the integration of CDS content into the clinical workflow. They will have a demonstrable interest in CDS and a flair for developing novel technical approaches to manipulate data and content.

For full details and to apply visit the BMJ website Assistant Health Informatician in London | Careers at BMJ (