|Salary:||£50,085 to £58,895 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance|
|Placed On:||20th November 2023|
|Closes:||26th November 2023|
UCL Medical School (UCLMS) is committed to excellence in undergraduate and postgraduate education and has a strong reputation for teaching and curriculum development, informed by cutting-edge research.
The Clinical Lecturer (Teaching) will be a clinician with good experience and knowledge of medical education and who has an enthusiasm for embedding a culture of scholarship, excellence, and innovation into the early years of our undergraduate MBBS programme.
About the role
Working under the direction of the MBBS Senior Leadership Team, Year 1 and 2 Academic Leads and alongside key academic and professional services colleagues, the post holder will use their experience and expertise for the purpose of supporting curriculum and assessment design and development in the early years of the Medicine degree.
The post-holder will be expected to work collaboratively to review, revise and maintain existing teaching materials and to also develop new innovative teaching methods, including online learning materials. They will be working alongside lecturers to develop good teaching practice, and supporting the use of the UCLMS Curriculum Map to focus on intended learning outcomes.
In addition, the post holder will be encouraged to engage with their own professional development as a medical educator within the department. This will be through involvement in teaching, developing and maintaining e-learning resources, research scholarship and assessments, across all years of the MBBS course.
As a Clinical Lecturer (Teaching), the post holder will also contribute to the academic life of the department by contributing to the activities of the other three units of UCLMS, including the department’s research strategy, the department’s public engagement, education consultancy (CIMEC), outreach programmes and postgraduate teaching.
The post holder will be expected to be committed to continuing professional education and to undertake other specific training courses as necessary within and outside the College.
The post holder will hold a primary medical qualification and a postgraduate qualification in education or equivalent experience.
It is essential for the post holder to have proven ability and commitment to teach in a clinical and non-clinical setting.
The post holder must have an understanding of pedagogy and scholarship as it relates to medical education.
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