|£39,260 to £73,477 per annum (pro rata if applicable), Grade: Clinical Lecturer (Dentist)
|Full Time, Part Time
|28th November 2023
|7th January 2024
It is an exciting time to join Bristol Dental School as we have moved to a brand new clinical and teaching facility at 1 Trinity Quay, Avon Street, Bristol.
Responsible to the Head of Bristol Dental School, you will contribute to the supervision, teaching and delivery of education to undergraduate, and potentially postgraduate students. The role may be primarily based in one of the clinical departments of the School, however there may be the need to work flexibly across other departments as required.
We are looking for enthusiastic educators who will make a positive difference to our student’s experience.
What will you be doing?
Clinical Lecturers should expect to participate in teaching undergraduate dental students (BDS and Hygiene/Therapy) on clinics and clinical skills. This can include supervision, tutorials, lectures, and/or management and organisation of the programme. There may be opportunities to engage with postgraduate training and research for suitable candidates.
You should apply if
Posts are available substantively, full or part time/job share.
To find out more visit: https://bristoldentalschooljobs.co.uk/
Please note: we are reviewing applications on a weekly basis and the vacancy will remain open until all FTE has been filled - the closing date is therefore nominal. Suitable applicants will be called to interview as soon as possible after submission.
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on 07/01/2024
For informal enquiries please contact: Dr Lizzie King - email@example.com
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