|Salary:||£35,858 to £79,927|
|Hours:||Full Time, Part Time|
|Placed On:||6th January 2023|
|Closes:||5th February 2023|
This is an exciting time to join Bristol Dental School as the clinics move to a brand-new clinical facility in Summer 2023. In this role you will contribute to the teaching of undergraduate students (BDS and Hygiene/Therapy) on clinics in the Oral Surgery department.
What will you be doing?
We are seeking outstanding individuals with an interest in Oral Surgery who will take part in developing education at an undergraduate level. Senior Clinical Lecturers are involved in patient assessment, clinical teaching delivery, corresponding with the wider team, delivering tutorials and contribute to academic management and organisation
You should apply if
We are looking for well organised, enthusiastic individuals who have a keen interest in team training, and integrated teaching. You will be part of a strong cohesive team of enthusiastic staff. Applicants must be fully registered with the General Dental Council and hold BDS or equivalent.
Posts are available substantively, full time or part-time/job share.
The selection process is expected to take place on 10 March 2023.
Grade: Clinical Lecturer/Clinical Senior Lecturer as deemed appropriate by the appointment panel
Salary: The salary will be on the Clinical Lecturer (35,858- 68,139) / Clinical Senior Lecturer (56,502- 79,927) grade
Shift pattern: To be determined
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on 05/02/2023
For informal queries please contact: Mark Gormley Mark.Gormley@bristol.ac.uk, Barry Main B.G.Main@bristol.ac.uk
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