Senior Teaching Fellow in Diagnostic Radiography and Medical Imaging

Opening Date:
1 Jun 2024
Closing Date:
23 Jun 2024
Salary Range:

The University of Portsmouth is a global employer of choice where exceptional people create, share and apply knowledge that makes a difference.

Experience the pride of being part of a select group – one of only four universities in the south-east of England to achieve a prestigious Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework. Additionally, we proudly rank among the top 140 universities globally in the Times Higher Young University World Rankings.

Ambition, Responsibility and Openness drive our every endeavour. Join our esteemed institution with a proven track record of success, and where dedication to excellence is key. We want people to make their mark in a professional community that truly values people, innovation, and achievement.

The Role:

The Faculty of Science & Health recruiting a Senior Teaching Fellow in Diagnostic Radiography & Medical Imaging for the Degree Apprenticeship programme. The role holder will be responsible for the design, development and approval of the Degree Apprenticeship for Diagnostic Radiography and Medical Imaging in the School, as well as to ensure the quality of education and the student learning experience and to work closely with apprenticeship colleagues in the School and wider Faculty. The successful candidate will ensure that the programme meets internal and external monitoring and evaluation by Professional, Statutory and Regulatory Bodies (PSRBs) to include, but not limited to, The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), National Apprenticeship Standards and OFSTED Standards.

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This appointment is a fixed term post for 12 months.

Discover the advantages of joining our university. We offer a range of attractive benefits and opportunities to enhance your work experience:

  • Competitive salary, including incremental progression within your scale.
  • Contributory defined benefits pension schemes – Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) for support and research staff and Teachers Pensions for our academic staff.
  • Generous leave entitlement of 32–35 days a year, plus bank holidays, and an additional Christmas closure.
  • Family-friendly policies supporting flexible working.
  • Staff discounts and loyalty schemes.
  • Staff car parking and discounted public travel.
  • Excellent training and development opportunities.
  • Staff wellbeing programmes.
  • Long service awards and recognition awards, which are awarded to staff for exceptional performance.
  • Recreation facilities, including discounted gym membership, food on campus schemes, use of the Library and staff social activities.
  • Discounted learning.
  • Start-up business mentoring from expert entrepreneurs via our Entrepreneurs in Residence programme.
  • The perks don’t stop there – click ‘apply’ for further information on My Reward and Benefits

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