Campus Day Facilitator/Academic Advisor for Year 4 MBBS

Job Reference
0315-24
Date Posted
Friday 3 May 2024
Application Closing Date
Sunday 26 May 2024
Location
Burnley Campus
Salary
Clinical Senior Lecturer
Basis
Part Time
Contract Type
Indefinite
Job Category / Type
Academic / Research
School / Service
School of Medicine and Dentistry
Hours
7.40 hours per week
Interview Date
To be confirmed

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Job details

The School wishes to appoint highly motivated individuals to join our enthusiastic and committed MBBS teaching team. The post is for one day per week on a Thursday. 

The post holder will support small collaborative group learning on the MBBS undergraduate programme during the Year 4 Campus Days, and undertake the role of Academic Advisor for a group of students, including review of the students’ portfolios. Facilitation will include Case-Based Learning, Clinical Reasoning, Professionalism and also social and behavioural science set in a clinical context. Half the day will be facilitation with the remaining time for preparation, assessment and administrative activities. 

Applicants will have substantial, currently ongoing experience of working within a healthcare setting and will hold license to practice with the General Medical Council. Experience of small group facilitation and excellent communication skills are essential.

Informal enquiries are welcomed; please contact Dr Helen Miles, Deputy Director of Clinical Studies, via email in the first instance hmiles1@uclan.ac.uk

Applicants need to meet all essential criteria on the person specification to be considered for interview. The position is based at UCLan Burnley Campus with occasional attendance required at UCLan Preston Campus.

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