AECC University College Senior Lecturer Anatomy (1 FTE)
Salary: £44,075 - £49,200 per annum (exact placement within the band will be dependent upon qualifications and experience) Based in the cosmopolitan town of Bournemouth in the UK, AECC University College welcomes applications for the post of senior lecturer in anatomy.
This is an exciting opportunity to join the University College at a key stage in its development. Reporting to the Vice Principal Undergraduate Studies and Quality, the successful candidate will make an influential contribution to the development and delivery of anatomy and related biomedical sciences at the University College, leading developments in the curriculum and taking responsibility for their delivery. Ideally, you will be research active with a track record of relevant research publications and be willing to contribute actively and enthusiastically to the academic administration and management processes of the University College.
Applicants should hold a postgraduate qualification, preferably a PhD, in a relevant subject area and have considerable experience of teaching within higher education. Ideally, the successful candidate will be an anatomist with an interest in pathology. Possession of a teaching qualification would be an advantage or you must be willing to undertake such a qualification.
For an informal discussion please contact Arvid Thorkeldsen via email
To apply, please download an application form and job description. Completed application forms should be emailed to: email@example.com or sent to Human Resources, AECC University College, Parkwood Campus, Parkwood Road, Bournemouth BH5 2DF.
Closing date: 18th June 2018
Interviews: W/C 25th June 2018
We welcome applications from all sections of the community and value diversity in our workforce.
Salary: £29,799 to £38,833 per annum (pro-rata if applicable) depending on skills and experience. Salary progression beyond this scale is subject to performance.
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
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£36,613 - £41,212 per annum (Grade J) / £42,418 - £47,722 per annum (Grade K)
Closing date for applications
We have an exciting opportunity to appoint a new member of academic teaching staff to the Centre for Applied Anatomy at the University of Bristol. The Centre focuses on the excellence of practical applied anatomy teaching which is delivered with clinical and professional relevance. This post will be appointed at Senior Teaching Associate /Teaching Fellow level depending on the individuals’ profiles and skill sets.
You will teach clinically relevant anatomy for the Medical, Dental, Applied Anatomy and Functional and Clinical Anatomy programmes, and will be expected to contribute substantially to practicals, lectures and seminars, with a main focus being on practical topographical anatomy within the human dissecting room. Sound knowledge of human anatomy is essential. You may potentially also teach across the other professional teaching (Veterinary) streams in CAA, and may also contribute to the delivery of external courses that are based in the dissecting room.
An interest in anatomy teaching methodologies and a willingness to participate in the design and organisation of courses is an important part of the role. Finally, some experience of managing a small team of staff would be an advantage.
£42,418 - £ 47,722 per annum (Grade K) / £50,618 - £ 56,950 per annum (Grade L)
Closing date for applications
We have an exciting opportunity to appoint a new member of academic teaching staff to the Centre for Applied Anatomy at the University of Bristol. The Centre focuses on the excellence of practical applied anatomy teaching which is delivered with clinical and professional relevance. This post will be appointed at Teaching Fellow/ Senior Teaching Fellow level depending on the individuals’ profiles and skill sets.
You may teach across all teaching streams in the Centre for Applied Anatomy (Science, Veterinary, Medical, Dental) and will be expected to contribute substantially to practicals, lectures and seminars. You will have a substantial involvement in supervision of research projects in the third year of the Applied Anatomy programme and the intercalated Functional and Clinical Anatomy programme. A good knowledge of comparative anatomy, current teaching methods, and experience of research and study design, is essential. An enthusiasm for anatomy teaching methodologies and the experience and ability to participate in the design and organisation of courses is also an essential part of the role.