Senior Teaching Fellow in Global Health

Imperial College London - Infectious Disease Epidemiology /Public Health /Medicine

(maternity cover)

Campus: St Mary’s Campus, Paddington

Suitable applicants are invited to apply for the post of Senior Teaching Fellow in Global Health, based in the School of Public Health within Imperial College London.

The post holder is responsible for leading the School of Public Health’s Global Health BSc, leading Modules within it, acting as Welfare Officer for the course and contributing to the promotion of good practice and research in education within the School of Public Health. Teaching takes place in the School of Public Health and encompasses a broad range of contemporary teaching and assessment methods. The post holder will have an established career as a public health educator with a specialist interest in Global Health. The post provides an opportunity to further develop the post holder’s abilities in course leadership and in a range of education roles associated with this.

The post is based at the St. Mary’s campus in Paddington, as a member of the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology and is expected to participate generally in the department’s activities, and develop duties as detailed above in agreement with the School’s Head of Education.

It is essential that the successful candidate has a Masters degree in Public or Global Health or equivalent experience and to have, or be working towards, a recognised teaching qualification.

The post is part time, 28 hours per week and fixed term for up to 12 months, from December 2017.

Interview date: TBC

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