Teaching Fellow Nutrition

Oxford Brookes University - Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

We are seeking to recruit a Teaching Fellow to join our Nutrition teaching team at Oxford Brookes University. Nutrition at Brookes boasts a BSc and an MSc programme and supports strong numbers of PhD students. We also run a busy commercial centre, the Oxford Brookes Centre for Nutrition and Health. This a full time fixed term role for two years.

Overall purpose of post: 

To teach on modules offered on the Nutrition Programme. To undertake the development of teaching materials, including the preparation of assignments and tests, modular handbooks and syllabi, as well as the moderation of assignments, and record-keeping. To undertake marking activities, the attendance of meetings, and participation in staff development activities. Fulfilling other duties commensurate with the grade and responsibility of the postholder.

Qualifications required for post: First degree in Nutrition or cognate subject. MSc in Nutrition. Postgraduate 

Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education (or equivalent) or demonstrably working towards such a qualification.

Experience required for post: Recent experience of teaching at Undergraduate level in Nutrition. Registered (or Associate) Nutritionist or demonstration of eligibility of registration with the Association for Nutrition (AfN).

For any information or to make arrangements for an informal visit, please contact Sally Davis, Programme Leader for Nutrition smdavis@brookes.ac.uk

Interview date: 11th January 2018.

International applicants from outside the EU will need to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK.

Location : Gipsy Lane Site, Headington Campus

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