We are seeking to appoint a permanent, part-time (0.5fte) Lecturer in Health Sciences to join our experienced and dedicated academic team. This is an opportunity to deliver first class education in a vibrant and committed academic community.
You will have a good first degree (2:1 or above) in physiology or a related discipline, and a higher degree in human physiology. Ideal candidates will have Membership of the Physiological Society and will be highly motivated, with a proven academic track record, demonstrable expertise and experience in teaching anatomy and physiology in higher education and ideally in a health sciences context. The successful candidate will have the ability to contribute more widely to curriculum development, delivery and assessment (pre and post registration).
We warmly invite you to join a supportive, vibrant and committed academic community with a shared goal to deliver first class education within a strong multidisciplinary community of learning. As well as encouraging and guiding the development of our learners, you will also be provided with opportunities for self-development through active academic mentorship, team working, peer learning and a strong collegial approach to scholarly and research activity. If required, you will be supported to achieve a Masters-level higher education qualification that will enable you to develop the knowledge, skills and autonomy to consolidate and extend your academic practice and to become a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
This post is available immediately on a part-time (0.5fte), indefinite basis and will be subject to an Enhanced criminal record check from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Closing date: 1 November 2022.
The University is committed to diversifying its workforce. As examples, we already hold an Athena SWAN Silver Institutional Award in recognition of our advancement towards gender equality. We also have a Vice-Chancellor led Taskforce on Tackling Racism and a Race Equality Charter Working Group which support our work on race equality. Our aim is to submit to the Race Equality Charter in 2024.