Teaching Fellow

Job Reference
Date Posted
Friday 10 May 2024
Application Closing Date
Sunday 2 June 2024
Preston Campus
£40,521 to £46,974 Clinical Lecturer
Full Time
Contract Type
Fixed Term for 12 months to provide a secondment or career development opportunity
Job Category / Type
Academic / Research
School / Service
School of Medicine and Dentistry
37.00 hours per week
Interview Date
To be confirmed

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The School wishes to appoint a Teaching Fellow to join its enthusiastic and committed teaching team, teaching on a range of medical education programmes including the MBBS and Physician Associate programme. This is an ideal career development opportunity, not only to gain teaching experience, but also to provide an insight into academic roles and potential career pathways.

As part of the teaching team, you will focus on the development, delivery and assessment of clinical skills, regional anatomy and small group teaching. There will also be opportunities to participate in marketing and admissions activities.

Holding a primary healthcare qualification e.g. MB, ChB or MBBS, Physician Associate, Senior Nurse, Radiographer or other allied health profession qualification); you will have experience of working to the standards required of professional bodies and have undertaken clinical skills demonstrations to small groups.

Utilising excellent communication skills, you will be an active networker and have the ability to work within a multidisciplinary team.

Informal enquiries are welcome - please contact Dr Christina Daniel, Medical Skills and Quality Care (MSQC) Theme Lead-Phase 1, via email in the first instance cdarunraveendradanie@uclan.ac.uk

The post will be for 12 months from August 2024 to July 2025,

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