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Position: Teaching Fellow in Mathematics
Institution: University of Surrey
Location: Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom
Duties: As a Teaching Fellow in this post, you will support our students in their preparation for their professional training year together with the University’s Placement Team, coordinate the support during their placement year, as well as coordinating our wider skills and employability training in collaboration with the University’s Skills Team. You will also be preparing and delivering material associated with one or two courses, running and assessing tutorial classes, and assessing, via coursework and examination, taught courses, principally at undergraduate level, although there might be some scope for postgraduate activity. You will also be expected to act as a personal tutor to students and undertake administration associated with the taught programmes
Requirements: Applicants should have a PhD in Mathematics, Statistics, or a closely related discipline. Affinity with employability and experience of delivering and assessing mathematical or statistical material at HE level is essential. Experience with employability and transferable skills training is desirable. Candidates with expertise in areas not covered by our research activities (such as algebra, discrete mathematics, number theory, operations research) are especially encouraged to apply
   
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