|Salary:||£39,745 to £44,737 per annum|
|Placed On:||2nd December 2022|
|Closes:||15th December 2022|
The School of Biological Sciences at the University of Bristol seeks a new teaching focused lecturer to join our outstanding undergraduate teaching team. This full-time post is an exciting opportunity for a high-calibre individual to work effectively in a cooperative and supportive environment where innovative approaches to teaching and learning are highly valued. This post will be fixed term cover until 30 September 2023. The successful candidate will take on roles to support undergraduate teaching and will be expected to teach biology both generally and within our main research active areas (http://www.bristol.ac.uk/biology/research/).
What will you be doing?
The main role will involve supporting undergraduate teaching and teaching biology within your broad area of knowledge. Duties are likely to include leading face-to-face undergraduate lectures, practical classes, small group tutorials, developing online learning resources, supporting field courses, supervising undergraduate practical and literature projects, and marking and moderating assessments.
Willingness to teach students from a wide range of backgrounds in both large and small classes, along with a demonstrated ability to liaise effectively with academic and support staff and to work independently and organise one’s own schedule is essential.
You should apply if
You are a pro-active motivated individual with some prior experience of teaching undergraduate biology students in higher education, and if you want to develop skills in personal tutoring, leading practical classes, delivering lectures and running workshops.
The University of Bristol aims to be a place where everyone feels able to be themselves and do their best in an inclusive working environment where all colleagues can thrive and reach their full potential. We want to attract, develop, and retain individuals with different experiences, backgrounds and perspectives – particularly people of colour, LGBT+ and disabled people - because diversity of people and ideas remains integral to our excellence as a global civic institution.
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