Teaching Fellow in Child and Family Health
This is Part-time - 80% full time equivalent.
This teaching fellow will teach in a variety of settings and contribute to the development of different forms of teaching and learning facilitation. They will provide academic and pastoral support by working as a personal tutor and link lecturer in clinical placement areas. The teaching fellow will have responsibilities for teaching and assessing in nurse education. The teaching fellow will make a substantial contribution to sustaining and developing education at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
This Teaching Fellow will typically devote 70% of their time to education. They will lead modules and programmes within the department's undergraduate, postgraduate and post qualification provision. The role holder will develop the form and content of education utilising progressive methods of delivery, and contribute to the Faculty's international educational strategy. The teaching fellow will develop and support clinical education within the hospital environment and in community settings. The teaching fellow will have a clear forward plan for developing teaching and learning and contribute to curricula development. The role holder will act as a personal tutor and liaison lecturer for students within the Faculty and will contribute to critical review, audit and other quality assurance issues. The post holder will commit to actively contributing to enhance a positive, enthusiastic learning culture for all staff and students.
The role holder will have studied to MSc level and will be willing to complete a professional teaching qualification.
The selection process will include competency based questions, a presentation, an assessment and a panel interview.
To apply for this role, please go to our website using the 'Visit Website' button provided and register to download and submit the specified application form.
The deadline for applications is midnight on 27 July 2017.