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Position: Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences
Institution: Cardiff University
Location: Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Duties: The successful applicant will be involved in the development and delivery of teaching across a wide range of biomedical subjects with an emphasis on supporting the area of human physiology in Phase 1 of the programme (Years 1 and 2). The candidate will also be expected to contribute to the wider teaching functions, including curriculum development and coordination, assessment, personal tutoring, and student supervision
Requirements: Applicants must hold a PhD (or equivalent) in a biomedical science subject or relevant clinical/biomedical experience with experience of teaching biomedical sciences at undergraduate level (UK qualification levels 4-6). Previous experience of the design, delivery, and continuous development of teaching materials in a higher education setting is essential
   
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The successful applicant will be involved in the development and delivery of teaching across a wide range of biomedical subjects with an emphasis on supporting the area of human physiology in Phase 1 of the programme (Years 1 and 2). The candidate will also be expected to contribute to the wider teaching functions, including curriculum development and coordination, assessment, personal tutoring, and student supervision. Applicants must hold a PhD (or equivalent) in a biomedical science subject or relevant clinical / biomedical experience with experience of teaching biomedical sciences at undergraduate level (UK qualification levels 4-6). Previous experience of the design, delivery, and continuous development of teaching materials in a higher education setting is essential. Informal enquiries about this opportunity are very welcome. Please contact Tim Johnson, Year 2 Director via email to johnsonT6@cardiff.ac.uk to discuss the role further. This post is full time (35 hours per week), open-ended and available immediately. Salary: £34,304 - £40,927 per annum (Grade 6) but please note that it is anticipated the maximum starting salary for this post will be £34,304 per annum. Date advert posted: Friday, 29 July 2022 Closing date: Monday, 15 August 2022 Cardiff University is committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity and to creating an inclusive working environment. We believe this can be achieved through attracting, developing, and retaining a diverse range of staff from many different backgrounds. We therefore welcome applicants from all sections of the community regardless of sex, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, trans identity, relationship status, religion or belief, caring responsibilities, or age. In supporting our employees to achieve a balance between their work and their personal lives, we will also consider proposals for flexible working or job share arrangements. Job Description Main function To undertake research-informed medical education activities, focusing on the delivery of taught components in Phase I of the MBBCh undergraduate Medicine degree programme; with specific emphasis on the delivery of human physiology in the Platform for Clinical Sciences (PCS) and Case-Based Learning (CBL) components of components of years 1 and 2 of the course. Candidates will facilitate CBL groups in both year 1 and 2 and supervise Student Selected Component (SSC) projects across all years of the course. There is an expectation that candidates will develop and deliver e-Learning Resources that will enhance the student experience of Phase 1 of the MBBCh programme. Main Duties and Responsibilities Teaching • To provide core academic support in the delivery and co-ordination of Case Based Learning (CBL) across Phase 1 of the MBBCh, programme. • To contribute to the teaching and support of the autumn-semester ‘Platform for Clinical Sciences’ module workshops, seminars, tutorials and classes. • To design, develop and deliver appropriate e-Learning Resources aligned to Phase I curriculum Learning Outcomes. • To supervise, assess and feedback on medical student selected component (SSC) literature, meta-analytical and laboratory projects. • Inspire undergraduate students and give regular feedback on their performance • To provide pastoral care and academic support by acting as a Personal Tutor for undergraduate students in MEDIC. • To support the delivery of assessments across Phase 1, including writing and reviewing Single Best Answer (SBA) questions, the compilation of end of year SBA papers and the provision of timely and constructive feedback on students’ formative and summative assessment tasks • Interview prospective medical students and/or play a role in the Medical Admissions process (following suitable training) as required. • Pursue excellence in research-informed teaching as a means of professional development and inspire and enable others to do the same. Scholarship • Contribute to scholarship and research in the area of Higher Education or own specialist area through participation in conferences, seminars and other academic and professional forums to disseminate the results of individual scholarship. • Engage in scholarly activity through journal articles and/or outputs that advance knowledge within the area of work. • Contribute to scholarship through interdisciplinary working with individuals and teams within, and external to, the wider University community. Other • Engage effectively with University Health Boards, professional institutions and other academic institutions regionally and nationally to raise awareness of the School’s profile, to cultivate strategically valuable alliances, and to pursue opportunities for collaboration across a range of activities. These activities are expected to contribute to the School and the enhancement of its regional and national profile. • Participate in School and Programme academically-orientated administration groups, committees and activities that support the management of curricula in MEDIC (e.g. participation in the Phase I Operational Group etc.) • Participate in School administration and activities to promote the School and its work to the wider University and the outside world. • Any other duties not included above, but consistent with the role. Person Specification Essential Criteria Qualifications, Education & Academic Position 1. PhD (or equivalent) in a biomedical science subject or relevant clinical / biomedical experience. Knowledge, Skills and Experience 2. Teaching experience in the area of human physiology and evidence of teaching across a wide range of biomedical sciences at undergraduate level. 3. Previous experience of the design, delivery and development of inclusive teaching materials in a higher education setting. 4. Evidence of developing e-Learning Resources, or similar digital education components. Pastoral, Communication and Team Working 5. Excellent communication and IT skills, to include the ability to present complex and conceptual basic science topics clearly and confidently to others, using high level skills and a range of media. 6. The ability to provide appropriate oversight in regard of the academic support offered to students, by appreciating the needs of individual learners and their circumstances. 7. Experience of successful liaison and co-working with colleagues, to ensure student needs, experiences and expectations are met. 8. Experience of undertaking academic administrative tasks associated with academic programmes of study. 9. Evidence of mentoring (or support) of students (or colleagues) in an academic environment. 10. Evidence of acting as a role model for students and colleagues by modelling values and behaviours expected of a Centre for Medical Education academic and showing dignity, respect, courtesy, and compassion for others. Desirable Criteria 11. Evidence of creating inclusive/enabling teaching and learning environments for students. 12. Evidence of developing e-Learning Resources, or similar digital education components. 13. Membership of (or evidence of current application to) the Higher Education Academy, Academy of Medical Educators (or similarly recognised professional educator body). 14. Evidence of promoting Medicine (or biomedical science) through Public Engagement activities or projects. 15. Evidence of designing, developing and delivering study units relating to undergraduate medical education. 16. Knowledge of Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity policies, as applicable to academia. Additional Information IMPORTANT: Evidencing Criteria It is the School of Medicine's policy to use the person specification as a key tool for short-listing. Candidates should evidence that they meet ALL of the essential criteria as well as, where relevant, the desirable. As part of the application process you will be asked to provide this evidence via a supporting statement. Please ensure when submitting this document / attaching it to your application profile you name it with the vacancy reference number, in this instance for this post, 14693BR If candidates do not provide written evidence of meeting all of the essential criteria then their application will not be progressed. The School of Medicine welcome the submission of CVs to accompany evidence of the job-based criteria. Salary Range Min. 34,304 Salary Range Max. 40,927 Job Category Academic - Teaching & Scholarship, Education, Medical & Dental Grade Grade 6 Lecturer in Biomedical Sciences | Cardiff University
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