Lecturer in Medical Sciences (Clinically Applied Anatomy and Physiology)

Opening Date:
28 Jan 2021
Closing Date:
19 Feb 2021
Salary Range:

Bangor University’s School of Medical Sciences is offering an exciting opportunity for an aspiring or experienced Lecturer to join our team. We offer a stimulating environment and support to enable you to fulfil your professional ambitions. Available at Grade 7 or 8 on our teaching and scholarship career track, the post also provides an opportunity for those candidates with less experience in an academic setting.

Candidates must have previous experience of teaching and/or working in the field of clinically applied human anatomy and human physiology. Teaching duties will include delivering and contributing to lecturing on UG and PGT modules, with emphasis on all aspects of, Anatomy and Physiology. The successful candidate will also be expected to contribute fully to supervising and developing practical sessions and to run small group study tutorials, and undergraduate projects. Additionally, administrative and wider contribution duties will include participation in student recruitment, induction procedures, administration of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and the overall student experience including pastoral care.
Candidates should be educated to PhD level (or near to completion of) or equivalent professional doctorate in a relevant health scientific domain. Candidates should also have previous experience of effective teaching in the subject area. The successful candidate will have the ability to develop innovative and exciting approaches to teaching; the ability to prioritise workload and work to deadlines; to work effectively as part of a team and on their own initiative as well as excellent verbal and written skills. You should also have demonstrable IT Skills (e.g. VLE techniques and other forms of learning technologies).

The College of Human Sciences, through the University, has formally linked with Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board enabling an integrated approach to developing research, training, medical and healthcare education that will serve the needs of North Wales. The School of Medical Sciences is the focus for medical education and research at Bangor University. The School offers undergraduate, postgraduate degrees and short courses for healthcare and allied professionals as well as a range of medical research opportunities.

The School of Medical Sciences has close links with the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board. Also building on the strengths of Bangor and Cardiff University higher education provision, the School delivers the C21 North Wales (MBBCh) course through a collaborative approach, creating an excellent medical education environment that stimulates students to become excellent doctors willing to become embedded within local, or similar communities within Wales and the rest of the UK.

The ability to communicate in Welsh is desirable for this post.

The successful candidate will be expected to commence as soon as possible.

Informal enquires can be made by contacting Merfyn Williams, Interim Head of School, e-mail: merf.williams@bangor.ac.uk