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Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Environmental Health (x2 posts)

Middlesex University - Department of Natural Sciences

Location: Hendon, London
Salary: £41,990 to £57,038
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 4th December 2023
Closes: 5th January 2024
Job Ref: SCT350/SCT351

£41,990 - £57,038 per annum including outer London weighting

Middlesex University is a global institution with an international outlook and reputation. As one of the leading universities for technical, professional, and creative education, Middlesex is committed to taking its students on life-changing journeys, to delivering world-changing research and to our role for positive transformation. With a shared vision of a world that’s fairer and more inclusive, our work is about creating knowledge and putting it into action.

The Department of Natural Sciences are looking for an effective individual to join and complement our current team supporting the delivery of our portfolio in Environmental Health. The successful candidate will be an individual with a practitioner background in Environmental Health. You will be someone who is committed to promoting the development of the next generation of students and practitioners. You will be able to deliver high quality teaching, learning and academic support as well as be keen to participate in research/knowledge transfer and support outreach.

There are two posts available each at either Lecturer or Senior Lecturer level. You will only be considered for the role(s) you apply for (please check job descriptions for eligibility), you can therefore apply for both levels.

Lecturers are expected to enhance student experience and outcomes. Individuals should be able to deliver high quality teaching to students and design, develop and review teaching activities and materials. Individuals should identify best practices in professional training and build them into personal teaching practice. Lecturers will give effective advice, guidance and feedback to students to support their academic progress.

Senior Lecturers are expected to enhance student experience and outcomes. Individuals should be able to deliver high quality teaching to enhance students’ learning experiences.

Successful candidates should bring practice-based experience into innovative and authentic design of teaching and learning materials and activities. They should be committed to developing the curriculum in line with professional body requirements and have experience of leadership. Senior lecturers will be required to lead on strategies to give effective advice, guidance and feedback to students to support their academic progress.

The Department of Natural Sciences is recognised for strong high-quality teaching, innovative delivery, research, and consultancy across a range of professional and academic programmes. Our focus is on the application of knowledge to practice and practice to student learning, underpinned by evidence and research.

Middlesex University works towards equality of opportunity. Applications from under-represented sections of the community are welcomed. Interviews will be held within the first two weeks of January.

If you wish to discuss the job in further detail please contact Prof. Sally Priest (S.Priest@mdx.ac.uk) or Ruth Plume (R.Plume@mdx.ac.uk).

Closing Date: Friday 5th January 2024

Apply link: https://jobs.mdx.ac.uk/vacancies.aspx?cat=200

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