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Senior University Teacher in Clinical Pharmacy

University of Sheffield - Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health - Academic Unit of Medical Education

Location: Sheffield
Salary: £56,592 to £63,673 pro-rata. Potential to progress to £73,786 per annum through sustained exceptional contribution. (Grade 9)
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 6th December 2022
Closes: 5th January 2023
Job Ref: UOS035552
 

Contract type: Open-ended

Working pattern: Part-time, working 50%

This position is part of the core senior team of academic staff who are responsible for the development and delivery of the Medicine programme (MBChB). The post holder requires extensive experience in medical education and pharmacology and therapeutics, along with a commitment to supporting students. 

The main duties and responsibilities of the role encompass undergraduate and postgraduate education, educational leadership, scholarship, and collaboration both within and out of the University of Sheffield Medical School. Students are placed across South Yorkshire from the 1st year of the course, and the Medical School works closely in collaboration with community partners, including hospital and primary care placement providers.

The Senior University Teacher in Medical Education is a member of the core team of academic staff responsible for the development and delivery of the MBChB programme. The SUT will specifically contribute across all areas of medical education development and delivery, including curricular review, the strategic development of clinical placements within the course across the wider Medical School campus and formative and summative assessment processes. This includes writing questions, participating in Internal Quality Assurance processes, question marking and student feedback.

A further key part of this SUT role is to contribute to the Pharmacology and Prescribing theme of the course (including the Prescribing Safety Assessment - PSA), led by a medically qualified clinician.  The Pharmacology and Prescribing theme runs across all five years of the MBChB programme and is integrated within learning activities across the phases. You will work extremely closely with the clinical lead to deliver the pharmacology and prescribing theme.  MPAS students join Phase 1 and 2a for lectures and non medical prescribing will be introduced in the near future.

In addition, the Faculty of Medicine Dentistry and Health has ambitions to develop an MPharm Degree and is about to engage in the accreditation process. The SUT will contribute to this process.

The SUT will be involved in the delivery of staff development programmes which provide training both through specific required courses, and through introductory level medical education courses, including the ‘Gateway Course: an introduction to medical education,’ and the Post Graduate Certificate in Medical Education. If you do not hold a Post Graduate teaching qualification, you will be required to register for the PG Cert in Medical Education on appointment.

You will contribute to the development of the medical education scholarship of the AUME by leading on parts of the strategy and promoting the national and international profile of AUME.  You will also provide academic supervision to SSC and BSc students.

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