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Lecturer - Teaching and Learning for Health Professionals

University of Bristol - Cardiovascular Surgery and Vascular Biology - Centre for Medical Education - Faculty of Health Sciences

Location: Bristol
Salary: £38,587 to £43,434 per annum (pro rata). Grade J / Pathway 3
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 9th September 2021
Closes: 23rd September 2021
Job Ref: ACAD105564

The role

This is an exciting opportunity to become part of a well-established teaching and learning programme in Bristol Medical School, that is improving the teaching skills and educational leadership of health professionals and to help facilitate a professional, research-based approach to education in the NHS and HE. We offer a part-time campus-based programme and a full time Distance Learning programme of which you will be teaching on both. You will teach, assess, evaluate, and develop units and workshops, along with the existing teachers, the Programme Director, and several visiting lecturers. You will be involved in the day-to-day teaching design and delivery of units to a range of healthcare professionals and includes the evaluation of teaching and other activities or developments as they arise. 

What will you be doing?

  • Teaching of units on the PG Certificate and Postgraduate Diploma. You will be required to teach on each of the units on the PG Certificate and may also teach on PG Diploma modules in which you have expertise. In common with the other teaching staff, you will take overall responsibility for a proportion of all units running each term and assist in the delivery of other units as required. 
  • Assessment of students’ draft and final assignments within set timescales, assessment of students’ performance on face-to-face modules and formative assessment as the situation arises.

You should apply if

  • You have proven abilities in using a variety of teaching approaches. 
  • A good working knowledge of standard educational methods, issues and/or theory (especially relating to teaching, learning, assessment, evaluation, and design). 
  • Information and Communications Technologies – able to produce your own documents and materials, competent to use email, Web, and online information sources routinely.
  • Created learning materials to support your own teaching (e.g., handouts, handbooks, distance learning materials, Web sites). 
  • Taught learners from a variety of backgrounds and/or levels of seniority and have some experience in course or workshop design. 
  • Responsibility for marking student assessments and providing written or verbal feedback and, where appropriate, learner support to them. 
  • Involvement in course evaluation. 

Additional information

For informal enquiries or additional information please contact Annie Noble-Denny: annie.noble-denny@bristol.ac.uk

Work pattern: Part time / 0.55FTE

Shift pattern: 55% time

This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on Thursday 23rd September 2021. 

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