The School of Anatomy invites applications for positions as Medical/Human Anatomy Teaching Associates (Demonstrators) from registered medical, dental or allied health practitioners. These part-time posts, are offered on fixed-term contracts for ten months (September-June). There are no clinical duties associated with these posts, but it is anticipated that this post will allow successful candidates to maintain some clinical or other commitments.
What will you be doing?
Your duties will focus on the teaching of human anatomy to medical, dental and science students, including assessment and the preparation and maintenance of physical and digital teaching aids. You will also be involved in teaching on external anatomy courses to allied healthcare professionals (undergraduate/postgraduate).
You should apply if
You are seeking to increase your skills in anatomy and gain experience in medical education, and are a registered medical, dental or allied health practitioner.
Interviews are scheduled to take place on 24th March 2021.For full information click HERE.
Closing Date for Applications: 9th March 2021
Anatomy Technical Manager
The School of Science and Engineering comprises the disciplines of: Biomedical, Civil, Electronic, and Mechanical Engineering; Computing; Mathematics; Physics; and the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification and the Graduate Apprenticeship Programme. We also host the Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science, which has been designed to disrupt positively the forensic-science ecosystem.
We are recruiting for an exceptional individual to join us as an Anatomy Technical Manager, a key member of the School’s academic-related staff and will be based in our Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification (CAHID), where the post holder will become a senior member of the CAHID management team as our operational lead and the supervisor of our well qualified technical team.
Anatomy and forensic anthropology are core activities within CAHID and we offer a suite of programmes in anatomy, forensic anthropology, medical art, forensic art and forensic archaeology at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level, as well as carrying out anatomical teaching for all our University’s medical, dental and biomedical engineering students.
Your priorities will include:
- Member of the CAHID Management Team
- Leadership and supervision of the CAHID Technical Team and technical representative to the School Professional Services Group
- Key role in development and implementation of new strategies to develop and enhance the national and international impact of the Thiel Cadaver Facility
- Management of the Thiel Cadaver Facility, including liaising with internal and external customers and coordinating provision of services
- Essential role in provision and accuracy of governance procedures, databases and documentation to ensure compliance with anatomical, COSHH, and health and safety legislation
Who we’re looking for:
- Minimum of BSc or equivalent degree in anatomy or related science subject
- Leadership experience, preferably in anatomy, mortuary or related area
- Demonstrated ability to supervise and/or line manage staff in a motivational, convincing and cooperative style
- Technical qualification and/or extensive experience in anatomy laboratory or mortuary
- Evidence of technical expertise in a variety of contexts
We are one of the UK’s leading universities – internationally recognised for our expertise across a range of disciplines and research breakthroughs in multiple areas, including science, medicine and engineering, amongst many others. Conveniently located on the banks of River Tay, our main city-centre campus is at the heart of Dundee - an up-and-coming, friendly, compact and affordable city with a rich heritage in design and technology.
For further information about this position please contact Professor Tracey Wilkinson (Principal Anatomist/Director of the Centre, email@example.com) and/or Dr Dianne Peden (School Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Dr Gary Callon (Technical Services Manager, email@example.com). To find out more about Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification, please visit https://www.dundee.ac.uk/cahid/
The diversity of our staff and students helps to make the University of Dundee a UK university of choice for undergraduate, postgraduate and distance learning. Family friendly policies, staff networks for BME, Disabled and LGBT staff, membership of Athena SWAN, the ECU Race Equality Charter and Stonewall as well a full range of disability services, create an enjoyable and inclusive place to work.
School/DepartmentSchool of Medical Sciences
Grade7 or 8
Salary InformationGrade 7: £33,797 - £40,322 p.a. OR Grade 8: £41,526 - £49,553 p.a.
Responsible toHead opf School of Medical Sciences
Bangor University's School of Medical Sciences is offering an exciting opportunity for an aspiring or experienced Lecturer to join our team. We offer a stimulating environment and support to enable you to fulfil your professional ambitions. Available at Grade 7 or 8 on our teaching and scholarship career track, the post also provides an opportunity for those candidates with less experience in an academic setting.
Candidates must have previous experience of teaching and/or working in the field of clinically applied human anatomy and human physiology. Teaching duties will include delivering and contributing to lecturing on UG and PGT modules, with emphasis on all aspects of, Anatomy and Physiology. The successful candidate will also be expected to contribute fully to supervising and developing practical sessions and to run small group study tutorials, and undergraduate projects. Additionally, administrative and wider contribution duties will include participation in student recruitment, induction procedures, administration of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and the overall student experience including pastoral care.
Candidates should be educated to PhD level (or near to completion of) or equivalent professional doctorate in a relevant health scientific domain. Candidates should also have previous experience of effective teaching in the subject area. The successful candidate will have the ability to develop innovative and exciting approaches to teaching; the ability to prioritise workload and work to deadlines; to work effectively as part of a team and on their own initiative as well as excellent verbal and written skills. You should also have demonstrable IT Skills (e.g. VLE techniques and other forms of learning technologies).
The ability to communicate in Welsh is desirable for this post.
The successful candidate will be expected to commence as soon as possible.
Informal enquires can be made by contacting Merfyn Williams, Interim Head of School,
Tel: (01248) 388071
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To contribute to the delivery of an excellent student experience by contributing to teaching, assessment and administration associated with undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, primarily in the area of human anatomy, and to undertake scholarship to enhance learning and teaching in the School of Life Sciences.
Main Duties and Responsibilities
1.Deliver a range of teaching, supervision and assessment activities in the broad subject area of human anatomy to science and professional students on undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes and courses.
2.Carry out course administration within required timescales ensuring effective communication of information, especially in relation to assessment and examinations, and to provide timely and constructive feedback to students to support their learning.
3.Take on a leadership role in the support, development and integration of the teaching of human anatomy across all relevant undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.
4.Contribute to the planning, organisation and management of teaching activities in the human anatomy subject area in accordance with School strategy.
5.Contribute to the ongoing development and design of the curriculum and course content in a manner that supports a research-led and scholarly approach to student learning and assessment, relevant to Life Sciences and professional degrees.
6.Make effective use of learning technologies to support and enhance course delivery, course organisation, feedback and assessment. This may involve blended and/or online provision.
7.Support final year project delivery at undergraduate level, and postgraduate taught projects if possible.
8.Develop effective working relationships with students and, in partnership with relevant student services teams, respond appropriately to the diverse range of learning approaches and learner needs, and contribute as an Adviser of Studies.
9.Develop relationships with external stakeholders in support of knowledge exchange, public understanding and appropriate forms of outreach such as widening access.
10.Engage in scholarship by undertaking methodologically rigorous, educationally relevant, enquiries into student learning and disseminate evidence to enhance your own, and potentially others¿, teaching practices. Attend and participate in appropriate seminars and conferences to support research-led teaching, scholarship and/or professional practice in your disciplinary area. 11.Participate in local, and potentially overseas, activities associated with student recruitment (eg open days), orientation and induction and other School and University initiatives such as support for student transitions, employability and student mobility as appropriate.
12.Engage in continuing professional development activities as appropriate.
13.Undertake any other reasonable duties as required by the Head of School.
A1 Scottish Credit and Qualification Framework level 12 (PhD) in a relevant area of Life Sciences relevant to the post (e.g. Anatomy or a related topic)or alternatively possess the equivalent in professional qualification and experience
A2.Up-to-date knowledge and specialist understanding in the field with an ability to engage the interest and enthusiasm of students to inspire learning and to provide pastoral care to students within the subject area
B1. Knowledge of education-related quality assurance practices.
C1. Excellent communication/presentation skills with the ability to interact constructively with students, academic colleagues, technical and administrative staff in the College and the University. C2. Creative skills in the teaching of human anatomy to students in science and professional courses in Life Sciences and Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing.
C3. Willingness to deliver a comprehensive range of courses across years, related to the subject area, and to contribute to course development.
C4. Excellent organisational and administrative skills with the ability to draft, prepare and edit course documents and to produce laboratory documents for students.
C5. Ability to supervise, guide and assess student learning, including supervision for Honours projects.
C6. Information processing skills to facilitate the collection and analysis of data from student assessment.
C7. Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
C8. A sympathetic approach in dealing with student problems, both academic and personal.
E1. Sufficient experience in the successful delivery of teaching in the subject area.
E2. Post-Doctoral research experience in an area relevant to Life Sciences.
F1. Experience of the preparation of research data for publication in the scientific literature.
F2. Contribution to the process of curriculum review/evaluation.
Please note that as part of your application you must address and demonstrate how you meet EACH of the essential/desirable criteria . If you do not address each criteria in the format explained above you will not be shortlisted for interview.
Standard Terms and Conditions
The salary will be on the Research and Teaching Grade 7, £35,845 - £40,322 per annum.
This post is open ended and full time.
The successful applicant will be eligible to join the Universities' Superannuation Scheme. Further information regarding the scheme is available from the Superannuation Officer, who is also prepared to advise on questions relating to the transfer of Superannuation benefits.
New entrants to the University will be required to serve a probationary period of 6 months.
The successful applicant of this post will be enrolled onto the University's Early Career Development Programme (ECDP). This will provide for you as an early career academic staff member to be developed and supported over a specified timeframe to facilitate the advancement of your academic career. Information on the programme can be found on our website at: [http://www.gla.ac.uk/services/humanresources/all/pay/ecdp/policy/]
Informal Enquiries should be directed to Professor Simon Guild, email address: Simon.Guild@glasgow.ac.uk
Closing Date: 04 March 2021.
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We strongly endorse the principles of Athena SWAN, including a supportive and flexible working environment, with commitment from all levels of the organisation in promoting gender equality.
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TEACHING FELLOW IN VETERINARY ANATOMY
The link: http://jobs.surrey.ac.uk/001921
School of Veterinary Medicine
|Salary:||£32,817 to £40,322 per annum|
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Teaching Fellow in Veterinary Anatomy
This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic veterinary anatomist with a passion for undergraduate teaching to join our supportive, multidisciplinary teaching team at the University of Surrey, School of Veterinary medicine, dedicated to equipping the next generation of veterinarians to engage with the challenges of the 21st Century. This is a full time, permanent position.
The successful candidate will bring understanding and experience of veterinary anatomy teaching at undergraduate level. The ability to be adopt innovative teaching approaches which engage and inspire students would be a key strength. A willingness to work flexibly and to adapt to teaching creatively in a range of different contexts is essential, alongside excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills. The school adopts an integrated, systems-based approach to preclinical teaching, with the majority of the anatomy taught in year 1 of the programme, and so an ability to use examples to help students appreciate the clinical relevance of anatomy would be an advantage.
They post holder will work closely with and be supported by other anatomy teaching staff and an experienced technical team, with access to a dedicated, state-of-the-art anatomy teaching laboratory. The postholder will also be involved in teaching on other veterinary related components of the BVMSci programme in addition to taking on academic administrative responsibilities providing them with the opportunity to shape the curriculum.
The University of Surrey, School of Veterinary Medicine follows a distributed model for final year teaching and we are actively partnered with leading veterinary practices and local research institutes whose clinicians and scientists participate in teaching throughout the undergraduate curriculum.
For more information please email Dr Kamalan Jeevaratnam Reader in Clinical Physiology & Head of Department Veterinary Pre-clinical Sciences:firstname.lastname@example.org
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