Peer Review Interview

Everyone applying to become part of the AE(MGPS) Register must attend an interview, it will allow the Panel to assess the candidate in the following areas:

The candidate should be able to exercise independent technical knowledge and judgement at an appropriate level as an Authorising Engineer.

1. The Candidate should demonstrate that he/she has kept up to date with current and emerging Guidance, standards, legislation and Government Health Service policies.

2. Candidate must have an understanding of Management processes and involvement in human and industrial relations.

3. Design, development and manufacture of products, equipment use and processes to a competitive level of cost, safety, quality, reliability and appearance.

4. Candidate must have an understanding of and where appropriate involvement in, financial, statutory and commercial considerations. 

5. Demonstrate effective interpersonal skills, appearance, manner and impact.

6. Each candidate will be awarded a total score out of 100. In order to pass the interview the candidate must achieve over 51% of the marks. The first four areas listed above are more heavily weighted than the last two.

For area 6, Demonstrate effective interpersonal skills, appearance, manner and impact - the candidate will be asked to prepare a short presentation of a directly work related project, scheme or policy that he/she has been involved in within the last three years. This presentation must not be longer then 10 minutes.