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Senior Lecturer in Anatomy Education

King's College London - Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine - Bioscience Education

Location: London
Salary: £62,696 to £71,857 per annum, including London Weighting Allowance.
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 19th January 2024
Closes: 3rd March 2024
Job Ref: 082551
 

Job description

The Department of Anatomy is seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer with expertise in topographic anatomy with particular experience of teaching by dissection to diverse audiences. The appointment will be on the Academic Education Pathway and we are seeking a passionate and enthusiastic educator with a track record of excellence and ability to inspire and innovate in higher education. The successful applicants will provide academic and pastoral support to students and work closely with colleagues across the Faculty and university.

The post holders will: 

  • Devote 80% of their time to the support and delivery of high-quality education  
  • Deliver high quality teaching, with a focus on topographic anatomy, but with an ability to contribute across biomedical science education  
  • Provide student support and undertake education-related administrative and leadership duties as directed by the Head of Teaching Department or Co-Director of Centre for Education 
  • Have the potential to build a national/international profile in pedagogical research 

The Anatomy Department delivers gross anatomy teaching across medicine, dentistry, physiotherapy and biomedical sciences. We are seeking a skilled anatomist who will contribute across the range of our teaching and with a vision that embraces research and new approaches to anatomy education.  

The post holder will be accountable for maintaining the quality of their teaching and will contribute to the peer support of others to sustain and develop high quality education. Academic citizenship through academic-related activities that underpin excellence in education is expected.   

Successful candidates will be appointed to our Academic Education Pathway (AEP) that allows career progression to Professor based upon an internationally recognised contribution to education and scholarship. Staff on the AEP have an indicative 20% of time available to engage in education-focused scholarship.

This post will be offered on an indefinite contract.

This is a full-time post - 100% full time equivalent.

Skills, knowledge, and experience

Essential criteria  

  • PhD in the biosciences or related subject. 
  • HEA fellowship or relevant teaching qualification. 
  • Experience of delivering quality teaching and learning, in particular at the undergraduate level and including evidence of developing new innovative teaching approaches. 
  • Excellent communication skills – written and spoken – including publications, conference presentations, and engagement with a wide audience from the public, industry, professional bodies and peers.  
  • Expertise in blended learning and online teaching delivery, including content delivery on KEATS/Moodle or similar virtual learning environments. 
  • Experience in curriculum design and development. 
  • Good organisational and administrative skills. 
  • Proven commitment to ongoing skills development and training. 

Desirable criteria

  • Evidence of academic leadership. Proactive in creating and developing interactions and collaborations with colleagues with an ability to lead and function within a team and to plan and prioritise workload. 
  • Evidence of education-based research. 

Closing date: 03 March 2024

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