|Salary:||£45,234 to £53,536|
|Placed On:||3rd September 2021|
|Closes:||3rd October 2021|
We are looking for an organised and motivated team member to champion postgraduate student experience and aid the delivery of a digital health learning programme for clinical and digital health and care professionals.
You will join a committed team of academics, educators, and healthcare experts who look to define the digital health skill set that enables professionals from across the health and social care system to harness data and deliver better care through innovation.
A blended learning programme, the postgraduate diploma delivers knowledge applicable to health and care settings. Its curriculum is informed by an outstanding network of national and international stakeholders from public sector and private industry; ensuring graduates emerge with a well-rounded appreciation of digital capabilities of their role within health and care settings.
Your role will focus on providing to continually improve teaching and learning delivery, assessment strategy, and curriculum in line with how the digital health professions evolve. You will also have to support colleagues with academic tutoring and pastoral care.
You will work with Faculty, post-graduate teaching and learning experts, professional bodies, and students. We therefore seek someone who is empathetic, works well with a range of stakeholders, and is committed to deliver an innovative and consistent academic curriculum.
Duties and Responsibilities
Your responsibilities focus on two key areas. In the context of learning, teaching and assessment, you will work with a Faculty team to take stock and help refresh the existing curriculum of the programme, and ready it for re-accreditation.
As part of this work, you will help develop teaching and learning assets and schedules and embed ways to continually assess and improve the curriculum. In this realm, you will use your teaching and learning expertise to prepare and review submissions to academic committees, and work with the Head of Education Innovation to identify good practice in the area of curriculum development.
Secondly, you will contribute to the student experience by advising on inclusive and equitable teaching and learning strategies. You will work alongside Teaching Fellows who focus on pastoral care: we hope that knowledge exchange in this work will inform and inspire your practice.
To be successful in the post, you will hold a relevant degree, and are a capable and organised team member, confident in your subject matter expertise, and skilled at collaborating with others. You will have substantial experience in educational setting. You have comprehensive knowledge of teaching and learning methodologies, and you deploy these to enable positive academic outcomes.
This is a full-time, fixed-term post until 31 August 2022, with a view for the role to be extended. The post is based at St. Mary’s Hospital Campus, Paddington.
The team embraces part-remote, part-office working, and we look to support flexible arrangements.
All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply. Interviews will be held remotely via MS Teams w/c 12 September. Please get in touch if we could accommodate alternative remote means of interviewing.
Should you require any further details on the role, please contact the Programme Lead, Amy Matrai – firstname.lastname@example.org
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