Duties and Responsibilities
The Institute for Womens Health is an exciting and dynamic environment and this post (Secondment) provides an excellent opportunity for the right applicant to develop a career in university education and research.
The Institute runs three Masters programmes (Prenatal Genetics and Fetal Medicine and Reproductive Science and Womens Health, MSc in Womens Health and a MRES in Reproductive Science and Womens Health) and an intercalated BSc.
The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to these programmes and to become involved in research as it relates to the programmes.
Duration of the post is available immediately and funded until 31st January 2024.
Support of teaching at all levels and take up the role of Program Director for the MSc in Reproductive Science and Womens Health and module lead for iBSc module in Reproductive Health.
The successful candidate needs to hold a higher academic degree to PhD level preferably in Reproductive Science.
Teaching experience at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and other forms of public presentation, is essential.
It would be a desirable criteria to hold a teaching qualification, such as a postgraduate certificate of learning and teaching in Higher Education, Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, or an Arena qualification of the Higher Education Academy.
For the grade 8 position: while the primary role of the post is for teaching and its administration it is expected that the postholder will devote time to their own research in the area of reproductive science.
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13 Mar 2021
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