Fixed Term for 2 years in the first instance
The Institute of Inner-City Learning (IICL) seeks to appoint Hourly Paid Lecturers in Public Health & Social Care at its London Campus (LC). The primary delivery mode is face-to-face on campus.
The post holder will be required to devise a range of teaching and assessment materials, covering some or any subject areas within Public Health in Social Care, including Social Epidemiology, Public Health Development, Health Care Systems Organisation and Leadership, Community Care and Long-Term Management, Partnership Working and Integrated Service Integration, and Quality Assurance and Service Improvement. They will be required to lead on modules.
Main duties will include:
- Deliver teaching, learning and assessments, as well as provide support to students at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level of study, either individually or as a member of a teaching team.
- Deliver teaching and learning strategies in a variety of contexts, such as, online or blended learning teaching and learning, seminar and small group tutorials to large-group lectures, workshops and/or placements, using appropriate and engaging teaching and learning styles, within an established programme of study.
- Be involved in the design and development of high-quality teaching and learning material, sharing information/material on the University’s Virtual Learning Environment, develop strategies for formative and summative assessments, and develop assessment criteria, following the relevant quality assurance requirements.
- Supervise the work of students in a timely, professional and supportive manner, providing necessary advice on study skills, research methods, assessment and dissertation work.
- Offer appropriate advice, feedback, support, and encouragement to students, in both an academic and personal tutor role, to ensure a high-quality student experience.
Please view the Job Description for further details, where you will also find a list of the essential and desirable ‘Person Specification’ criteria.
You should also have:
- Master’s degree in a relevant discipline
- Experience in teaching, delivery, assessment and student support at undergraduate and postgraduate level in relevant subject areas of Public Health and Social Care.
- Experience in the design, development and delivery of module content for Public Health and Social Care (e.g., Social Epidemiology, Public Health Development, Health Care Systems Organisation and Leadership, Community Care and Long-Term Management, Partnership Working and Integrated Service Integration, and Quality Assurance and Service Improvement)
- Evidence of good organisational and personal management skills
- Evidence of excellent interpersonal and communication skills with the ability to work collaboratively
- IT proficiency and experience of using e-resources, including a willingness to teach by video-link, VLE, e-mail or website delivery
- Evidence of the ability to balance competing pressures of teaching, scholarship, research, administrative demands and deadlines
- Experience of supervising postgraduate and research students
- Experience of leading modules in Public Health and Social
HOW TO APPLY
Please click the ‘Apply Now’ button to start your application. Each page of your application will be saved when you click ‘Next’ or ‘Previous’.
Please note, this application process does not include the option to submit a CV. Therefore, your application will be assessed based on your answers to the application questions only and, in particular, your Supporting Statement.
We expect interviews to take place early January 2023.
Closing date: 21st December 2022, 11:59pm.