Jobs: Wales

Lecturer in Medical Sciences

Opening Date:
4 Jul 2019
Closing Date:
31 Jul 2019
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Bangor University's School of Medical Sciences is offering an exciting opportunity for aspiring or experienced Lecturers to join our team. We offer a stimulating environment and support to enable you to fulfil your professional ambitions. Available at Grade 7 on our teaching and scholarship career track, these posts also provides an opportunity for those candidates with less experience in an academic setting. The School is expanding its provision in medical sciences. Candidates must have previous experience of teaching and/or working in one or more of the fields of pharmacology, biochemistry, anatomy and physiology. The school intends to appoint one lecturer in pharmacology and/or biochemistry and one in physiology and/or anatomy. However, the school may vary the subject(s) focus of the two posts dependent on the quality and suitability of candidates. Teaching duties will include delivering and contributing to lecturing on UG and PGT modules, with emphasis on all aspects of, dependent on field of interest, pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, biochemistry, human physiology and anatomy for the MBBCh programme, but contribution to other programmes is expected. 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 and induction procedures and administration of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Candidates should be educated to PhD level in a relevant subject area, (or near to completion of) as well as a PGCE Higher Education teaching qualification completed or near to completion. Candidates should also have previous experience of effective teaching in a relevant subject area. The successful candidates will have the ability to develop innovative and exciting approaches to teaching; the ability to prioritise work load 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 candidates will be expected to commence as soon as possible and the posts are available until 31st July, 2021. Informal enquires to Prof Dean Williams: 01248388787.

External Examiner for BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy (Wrexham Glyndwr University)

Opening Date:
14 Jun 2019
Closing Date:
26 Jul 2019
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External Examiner Vacancy – BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy at Wrexham Glyndŵr University (North Wales) Wrexham Glyndwr University in North East Wales is looking to appoint an External Examiner for the BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy programme. Applicants should have subject experience in Physiotherapy and be a HCPC registered Physiotherapist, and preferably external examiner experience. The candidate should also be currently teaching in this subject area and have had curriculum design/development experience relating to higher academic level programmes. Appointment will be for a period of 4 years starting with the academic year 2019/20. External examiners are expected to review the assessment process and moderate work and attend the assessment board once a year usually in June / July. Interested individuals should send their CV to Julie Wilkins, Professional Lead of Physiotherapy, please by 26 July 2019. If you would like to discuss specific information relating to the programme, please contact: Julie Wilkins e-mail: Julie.wilkins@glyndwr.ac.uk telephone 01978 293555 All appointments are subject to meeting the University’s criteria. Your data will be held and not processed for any purpose other than that for which it has been obtained, in accordance with current Data Protection Legislation until this recruitment process has concluded. Should you be unsuccessful in your application your data will be destroyed securely.