We are looking for an enthusiastic individual to support excellence in teaching patient care. The successful applicant will work within our multidisciplinary health professional team primarily supporting the development and delivery of the Masters in Physician Associate Studies Programme. This post will contribute to the development of a new healthcare profession that will support a future NHS workforce.
Applications are welcome from individuals wishing for an introduction to Teaching and Learning in the Higher Education sector, supported by experienced colleagues.
The successful candidate will; assist with coordination and preparation of module teaching and learning activities, assist with the oversight of undergraduate and postgraudate research projects and other student engagement and research activities, assist in developing exams, assessments and assigning study material to students, ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements and procedures, be responsible for production, preparation and presentation of material for internal and external meetings, and support staff in delivering tutorials and clinical laboratories.
You will have appropriate administration ability, be able to collect, process analyse and present complex data, have a methodical approach and attention to detail, and have the ability to work accurately under pressure to tight deadlines. You will be able to demonstrate a good understanding of customer and partner care, including a polite, helpful and confident telephone manner, be proficient in English Language, be numerate, have excellent written and verbal communication skills, have excellent interpersonal skills and ability to communicate efficiently in a variety of formats to different audiences. You will have the ability to deal with sensitive material with strict confidentiality, have an awareness of the diversity within the student body, and have demonstrable ability to make contact with others to ensure that information is exchanged and circulated appropriately to the right person at the right time.
You must have a minimum of a good honours degree or equivalent, preferably in a science or health-related discipline although this is not essential.