Lecturer/Teaching Fellow - Food & Human Nutrition - A103062A

Newcastle University - Faculty of Medical Sciences - School of Biomedical Sciences

Lecturer £34,520 - £53,691
Teaching Fellow £29,799 - £42,418

In support of our highly successful undergraduate degree programmes and increasing numbers of high quality students, the School of Biomedical Sciences wishes to appoint a Lecturer/Teaching Fellow. This post will be dedicated to supporting the degree programmes offered by the School. You will Develop and deliver lectures and seminars for the BSc programmes, especially on the BSc programmes in Nutrition, including research-led teaching at honours level. You will also develop, supervise and deliver practical laboratory teaching, as well as undertake supervision of undergraduate honours project work. Teaching commitments will be primarily on the BSc Food and Human Nutrition and BSc Nutrition with Food Marketing programmes. There will also be scope to contribute to the development and support of other programmes.

You will hold a BSc and a PhD in nutrition, or a related subject. Experience of teaching or demonstrating to bioscience undergraduates, as well as experience of working and achieving in a research environment, is essential for this role.

You will show willingness and ability to deliver lectures, seminars and laboratory practical classes. The ability to respond enthusiastically and positively to students is essential to this role, as are excellent interpersonal and organisational skills.

Informal enquiries may be made to Dr Debbie Bevitt (Head of School) e-mail debbie.bevitt@ncl.ac.uk, telephone +44(0)191 2083580.

Further information about the School is available here: School of Biomedical Sciences

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