|Salary:||£42,149 to £50,296 per annum.|
|Placed On:||12th January 2022|
|Closes:||9th February 2022|
Full-time, Fixed Term Contract for 3 Years
This role is the equivalent of a Senior Teaching Fellow.
Warwick Medical School (WMS) runs the largest Graduate Entry Medical programme in the UK, it recruits highly motivated students and produces excellent graduates. The MBChB course is highly integrated, centred around Case Based Learning (CBL), and is composed of integrated longitudinal themes (e.g., clinical anatomy) and blocks of system and clinical specialty-based learning. The University of Warwick is ranked highly, recently being recognized by the Sunday Times “Good University Guide 2022” as the best university in the UK for teaching quality and runner-up University of the Year.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified academic and/or clinical staff (note this is not a clinical post) to work with a leading and internationally recognised team of clinical anatomists within a modern, innovative medical course. Clinical anatomy and imaging teaching is one of the most highly rated parts of the MBChB programme - the team recently won the Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence (2021). The post holder will have a unique opportunity to enhance their skills via the development and delivery of education and training in clinical anatomy and medical imaging primarily at MBChB level. The post holder may contribute to other teaching, learning and assessment activities within the MBChB programme, such as OSCE examinations and written assessment creation and delivery, and may take a leadership role at an appropriate point.
Clinical anatomy and imaging teaching and learning takes place at Warwick Medical School and local NHS Trust partners, and is based around a formative assessment-based process. Students learn using a unique combination of resources and techniques including asynchronous online materials, interactive workshops using plastinated dissections and living subjects, model creation/exploration, drawing and medical imaging.
Interview Date: 2 March 2022
Full details of the duties and selection criteria for this role can be found in the vacancy advert on the University of Warwick's jobs pages. You will be routed to this when you click on the Apply button.
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