Teaching Fellow in Biomedical Science (Non-Clinical) x 3

Imperial College London - Faculty of Medicine

Faculty Education Office

Campus: South Kensington London (but expected to travel to other London campuses)

Contract: Flexible – full or part time, contract up to 6 months

The School of Medicine is seeking to appoint a number of Teaching Fellows for an immediate start to support the development of teaching materials for its new and exciting undergraduate science programme which launched in October 2017 (BSc Medical Biosciences; www.imperial.ac.uk/study/ug/courses/biomedical-science/medical-biosciences).

The post will suit an individual with a postgraduate qualification and specialist knowledge in a relevant discipline along with extensive research experience and, ideally, also familiarity with digital learning methodologies. Demonstrable ability and enthusiasm for research and teaching are essential, as are strong written communication and interpersonal skills. The successful candidate will need to possess strong organisational skills and be able to work to tight deadlines.

Candidates with expertise on immunology, neurobiology, genetics & genomics, cancer biology, pharmacology and the microbiome are particularly encouraged to apply.

You will be located at the South Kensington campus, but will also work on other campuses. The posts are full-time and fixed-term for 6 months.

Interview date: Friday 15 June 2018

Should you have any queries please contact Dr Ana Costa-Pereira, (email: a.costa-pereira@imperial.ac.uk) for an informal discussion

For technical issues when applying online, please contact: recruitment@imperial.ac.uk

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