Fixed term contract to December 2025
Part-time role (22.5 hours) and hybrid working with ~1-2 days in our London office
The Health Foundation is an independent charity committed to bringing about better health and health care for people in the UK.
This is a superb opportunity for an experienced data analyst to join an analytical team working to address key challenges in health and care. The analyst will work collaboratively to create high quality innovative analytical products. The role includes:
collaboratively designing analytical studies;
interpreting and communicating results;
writing and data visualisation;
reviewing data sources, literature and policy;
leading on data cleaning, derivation and analysis.
Suitably qualified, you will have demonstrable experience of working with large health datasets, and evidence of producing analytical outputs for a range of audiences. You enjoy writing, are an excellent communicator and are proficient in R or other analytical software.
You will have a passion for improving health outcomes and a commitment to our core behaviours – Working Together, Discovering & Learning and Achieving Impact. To find out more about the role and what we are looking for, please read the job description.
To apply for this role please submit your CV and a supporting statement which addresses each person specification criteria flagged as Essential. Applications without a supporting statement will not be considered.
Application deadline: 23:59, Sunday 6th November 2022
Interview date: Scheduled to take place remotely w/c 21st November 2022
The Health Foundation values diversity and champions inclusion and strongly encourages applications from all sections of the community.
About the role
A position is available for a Research Assistant to work as part of the Eczema aNd Dermatitis: Implementing The Combined approacH (END-ITCH) study based at QMUL. This is a research project funded by the National Institute for Health and care Research with researchers working across the Wolfson Institute of Population Health. The project explores patient and health care professional attitudes towards a novel treatment including clinical and psychosocial methods for treating eczema.
The postholder will use primarily qualitative research methods to conduct an online survey and interviews with both patients and health care professionals, and may be involved in development of intervention materials towards the end of the study. The postholder will take day-to-day responsibility for data collection, analysis and undertaking implementation of project activities.
The post holder will work closely with Dr Liz Steed (Senior Lecturer, Health Psychology), and Dr Ruth Taylor (Psychiatry) at QMUL and will liaise with the wider research team including our third sector partner organisations.
The post is based at the Wolfson Institute for Population Health, Whitechapel Campus, QMUL.
This is a 100% WTE full-time post (35 hours per week), fixed term appointment for 12 months (starting 01/10/2022 or as near as possible). Starting salary will be between £33,050 – £34,839 (Grade 4), inclusive of London Allowance.
You will ideally have an MSc in a relevant discipline (such as health psychology, social science or health services research) and be an experienced, organised, and motivated health researcher with excellent interpersonal skills.
About the School/ Institute
This post will be based within the Centre for Primary Care at the Wolfson Institute of Population Health, QMUL. The postholder will be supervised by Dr Liz Steed and Dr Ruth Taylor.
We offer competitive salaries, access to a generous pension scheme, 30 days’ leave per annum, a season ticket loan scheme and access to a comprehensive range of personal and professional development opportunities. In addition, we offer a range of work life balance and family friendly, inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements, and campus facilities.
Candidates must be able to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006. Where required this may include entry clearance or continued leave to remain under the Points Based Immigration Scheme.
Informal enquiries should be sent by email to Dr Liz Steed: [email protected]
To apply for the role, please click the ‘Apply’ button.
The closing date for applications is 01 November 2022.
Interviews will be held shortly thereafter.
Valuing Diversity & Committed to Equality
2-Year fixed-term contract
Full-time role and hybrid working with 1-2 days in our London office
The Health Foundation is an independent charity committed to bringing about better health and health care for people in the UK.
The Policy and Research Analyst will work as part of the Healthy Lives directorate to build our evidence base on trends in health and their determinants such as income, employment, and housing. You will have the opportunity to produce new research and analysis to identify the social and economic policy action required to improve health.
The Healthy Lives directorate consists of around 18 people working to ensure everyone in the UK has the same opportunity for a healthy life through action on the wider determinants of health. We have impact through building evidence, demonstrating what works and developing and influencing national and local policy.
Suitably qualified, or with equivalent experience, our ideal candidate will have experience of applying analysis and research skills to social and economic policy issues. They would also have experience of using statistical packages to analyse data and producing analytical outputs for a range of audiences.
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to address inequalities and create the conditions for a healthier life for all. To find out more about the role and what we are looking for, please read the job description.
To apply for this role please submit your CV and a supporting statement which addresses all the person specification criteria flagged as Essential. Applications without a supporting statement will not be considered.
Application deadline: 23.59, Tuesday 1st November 2022
Interview date: Scheduled to take place remotely w/c 14th November 2022
The Health Foundation values diversity and champions inclusion and strongly encourages applications from all sections of the community.
Founded in 1894, City, University of London is a global university committed to academic excellence with a focus on business and the professions and an enviable central London location. City attracts around 20,000 students (over 40% at postgraduate level), from more than 150 countries and staff from over 75 countries.In the last decade City has almost tripled the proportion of its total academic staff producing world-leading or internationally excellent research. During this period City has made significant investments in its academic staff, its estate and its infrastructure and continues to work towards realising its vision of being a leading global university.
City is home to the Centre for Food Policy, a leading interdisciplinary centre dedicated to shaping an effective food system. It has been at the cutting-edge of education, research and impact in food policy for over 20 years.
This project is a collaboration between the FixOurFood research programme (fixourfood.org), led by University of York, the H3 research programme (h3.ac.uk), led by University of Sheffield, and the Food Research Collaboration (foodresearch.org.uk), hosted by the Centre for Food Policy.
The main responsibility of the post-holder will be to lead the delivery of research to examine and characterise knowledge-policy interfaces for food systems transformation in the UK. . The research will also involve qualitative interviews with staff at key organisations operating at knowledge-policy interfaces to better understand the strategies they use and the challenges they face. This research will contribute to enhancing the relationship between food systems research and food policy in the UK.
The postholder will work closely with Dr Christopher Yap within the ‘Policy and Governance’ workstream on the FixOurFood programme. They will also collaborate with the wider FixOurFood and H3 research teams, as well as the Food Research Collaboration.
The Fellow will hold (or be close to completing) a PhD in a social sciences discipline relevant to food systems and food policy. The successful candidate will have experience of conducting and analysing qualitative interviews. The Fellow will have strong communication skills, both written and verbal. It is desirable that that Fellow has some knowledge and experience of working with UK civil society actors involved in food systems.
City offers a sector-leading salary, pension scheme and benefits including a comprehensive package of staff training and development.The role is available from Click here to enter a date. or earlier by negotiation.Closing date for applications: 30th October 2022 at 11:59pm.Interviews are scheduled for week commencing 7th November 2022.To apply and for more information about the post please use the links below.
City, University of London is committed to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion in all its activities, processes, and culture for our whole community, including staff, students and visitors.
We welcome applications regardless of age, caring responsibilities, disability, gender identity, gender reassignment, marital status, nationality, pregnancy, race and ethnic origin, religion and belief, sex, sexual orientation and socio-economic background. City operates a guaranteed interview scheme for disabled applicants.
The University of business, practice and the professions
Project Title: The Impact of a Stoma on Appearance and Body Image: Development of an intervention to support individuals with a stoma
The expected start date of this studentship is 1 January 2023.
The closing date for applications is 31 October 2022.
About the Studentship
This is an exciting opportunity to conduct a funded full time PhD on the topic of appearance and body image for individuals with a stoma. The successful candidate will benefit from the opportunities presented by being part of a thriving internationally renowned university research centre (the Centre for Appearance Research, CAR www.uwe.ac.uk/car) focused on psychosocial aspects of appearance, including those associated with appearance-altering conditions. CAR has a strong, vibrant postgraduate community, and links with relevant support organisations. The supervisory team will include Dr Pippa Tollow (Senior Research Fellow at CAR/Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology), Prof Diana Harcourt (Professor of Appearance and Health Psychology and Co-Director of CAR), and Dr Heidi Williamson (Associate Professor in Applied Health Research) who all have experience and expertise in appearance research. The PhD will also benefit from support from staff at Welland Medical Limited (https://wellandmedical.com/), who are funding this PhD in partnership with the University of the West of England.
A stoma is a surgically created opening on the surface on the abdomen, which diverts the flow of faeces or urine to exit the body into a colostomy, urostomy or ileostomy bag. Stoma surgery may be required by individuals of all ages and there are many reasons why somebody may require a stoma. Existing research suggests that stoma-forming surgery and the resulting altered appearance can have a negative impact on mood, quality of life, and body image. However, further research is needed to investigate this experience and the support needs of adults with a stoma in the UK. In addition, there are currently limited evidence-based psychosocial interventions available for those who experience negative body image and appearance-related issues after stoma surgery, and little information publicly available for patients. This PhD will investigate the experiences and support needs of adults with a stoma in the UK, as well as developing a psychosocial intervention to support quality of life of adults living with a stoma, with a focus on appearance and body image
The precise details of the PhD will be finalised by the successful student in collaboration with the supervisory team. This is intended to be a mixed methods PhD and will offer an excellent training opportunity to develop the specific research skills and expertise of an early career researcher looking to establish a career in the field of health psychology and/or visible difference research.
For an informal discussion about the studentship, please email [email protected]
The studentship is available from January 2023 for a period of three years, subject to satisfactory progress and includes a tax exempt stipend, which is currently £17,668 per annum.
In addition, full-time tuition fees will be covered for up to three years (Home).
will be very desirable, as will experience of conducting appearance-related research.
The studentship is open to citizens in the UK. A recognised English language qualification is required.
We are looking to appoint a number of outstanding applicants to the position of Research Assistant/Associate in Cambridge Construction “Do Tank” to undertake high quality research focussed on transforming the construction sector by using evidenced based research findings to inform thought leadership and influence policy that can be implemented by industry and government (primarily in the UK). Each appointee will work on one of the following areas:
Productivity and performance measurement in construction – developing a generic framework for consistent evaluation of performance to improve decision making and productivity.
Social value and well-being, for example mental health – studying how these are currently recognised, evaluated and addressed in the construction sector and developing tools for improving outcomes.
Skills in the UK construction sector. Gap analysis and roadmap of skills required in construction now and in the future.
Procurement strategies to incentivise improved outcomes in construction.
Digital Engineering – automatic collection, collation, analysis and presentation of construction industry data using computer vision, signal processing and machine learning tools to enhance decision making.
Applicants must demonstrate:
Experience of working with industry partners and considerable expertise in one or more of the topic areas listed above
A keen interest to work on the topic research scope as listed above
Excellent level of English language proficiency, communication and interpersonal skills.
Candidates will need to be able to: a) think “outside the box” to identify problems with current practices and devise robust solutions, b) tackle multidisciplinary challenges, and c) adjust their critical thinking and research skills to a wider research agenda.
Appointment at Research Associate level is dependent on having a PhD or equivalent experience in relevant fields and a Master’s degree or equivalent level of professional experience. Those who have submitted but not yet received their PhD will be appointed at Research Assistant level, which will be upgraded to Research Associate once the PhD has been awarded.
Salary Ranges: Research Assistant: £27,929 – £32,348; Research Associate £32,348 to £42,155
Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 24 months in the first instance.
The Laing O’Rourke Centre welcomes applications from individuals who wish to be considered for part-time working (minimum 50%FTE) or other flexible working arrangements. Core working time at the Centre based in the West Cambridge Civil Engineering offices to build team collaboration is expected.
Please ensure you upload your:
Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Which of the six research topic(s) you are applying for ranked in order
An explanation of how your experience meets the person profile requirements
How your expertise meets the requirements of the topic to be researched
A copy of your degree(s) certificate(s) along with a full transcript
Research publication list.
Additional documents will not be considered as part of your application.
If you have any questions about this vacancy or the application process, please contact: Jan Wojtecki, [email protected]
Please quote reference NM33635 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
The University actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society.
The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK.
Would you like to join an innovative, dynamic and supportive teaching team that is dedicated to excellence in teaching, assessment and research and promoting student and staff success?
We have an exciting opportunity for an individual who has experience teaching at foundation level or equivalent (Further Education / GCSE & A-Level) to join our foundation level teaching team to provide high quality teaching, learning, assessment and support for our thriving foundation year course. Experience in teaching a social science subject, particularly Criminology, Sociology or Law is essential, as is a track record in teaching and assessing at this level of study. The successful candidate will work collaboratively with a range of academic staff to develop the foundation year provision and provide a supportive and engaging learning experience for our students.
This foundation year sits within the School of Law, Policing and Social Sciences, which sits within the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Social Sciences and the foundation year provision brings together Law, Politics, Forensic Investigation, Applied Criminology and Sociology in one vibrant community. As a school, we are dedicated to excellence in teaching, learning, assessing, all of which is supported by our experience as educators, researchers and practitioners. We are dedicated to supporting our staff and students to fulfil their academic and professional goals.
The successful candidate will work collaboratively across the school to deliver high quality teaching and learning at foundation level that aligns and informs the students for study at degree level across the school. You will have an excellent understanding of the needs of foundation year students and good practice in teaching and learning at this level. You will be committed to high quality, research / evidence-based teaching and learning and will be supported in working towards a nationally recognised teaching qualification (Post Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice) where appropriate. You will also be encouraged to engage in professional development to develop yourself as an educator and a professional.
We hope to recruit a student focussed individual who has experience of working with students learning at foundation level or equivalent. You must have an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject and a recognised teaching qualification will be an advantage. You will teach modules that are taken by foundation level students on a range of course across the school and contribute to the development of engaging and supportive learning experiences. You will provide support to students from a wide range of backgrounds and will be keen to support students and promote student success. We are seeking a team player who is committed to providing an excellent educational experience.
How to applyClosing date for applications: Monday 24th October 2022Interviews are to be held: Monday 7th November 2022
If you require further information regarding the post please feel free to contact [email protected] (strictly no agencies, thank you) quoting reference number REQ03365.
Senior Policy Manager – Administrative Data Research UK (ADR UK)
Salary: £39,748 gross per annum
Contract Type: Open-Ended
Hours: Full Time/ Part time (Min 0.6 FTE)
ADR UK (Administrative Data Research UK) is a partnership transforming the way researchers access the UK’s wealth of public sector data, to enable better informed policy decisions that improve people’s lives.
As a Senior Policy Manager, you will be part of the Programme Management Office team within the Strategic Hub. This team has oversight and responsibility for the full range of ADR UK’s programme and investment management activities, including a strong role in partnership coordination.
Working closely with a Project Manager, you will lead the monitoring and assurance of this investment on behalf of ESRC. You will also have responsibility for coordinating the management of the ADR UK Programme Delivery Board, grant awards for core partners (both government and academic) and related stakeholder relationships.
Key Responsibilities will be to:
develop and deliver appropriate assurance reviews for the ADR UK Programme and report findings and proposed actions to the SRO and Programme Delivery Board, building on the good practice embedded within the programme in these areas to date.
proactively engage with a range of internal and external stakeholders (including government departments and other agencies) and manage those relationships effectively
provide support to the Director and Deputy Director as required.
review reporting information to provide a clear picture across the programme, reporting status to Directors and the Programme Delivery board.
We are looking for someone who can demonstrate;
an understanding of the importance of data infrastructure, data resources and e-infrastructure to the social science (and wider) research landscape
a project management or programme management qualification with evidence of working within a Programme Management Office environment and/or extensive experience of programme and project management.
excellent communication skills with the ability to influence and negotiate across a range of stakeholders
In return UKRI can offer:
30 days annual leave + 8 Public Holidays + 2.5 Privilege days
Access to a defined benefit Civil Service Pension Scheme or a stakeholder pension scheme
Various everyday discounts through our dedicated provider
For more information and to apply, please visit our Careers Pages.Customer advert reference: 22000154 Apply Online or Email for APPLY_URL field (notifications of applications): https://www.aplitrak.com/?adid=a2llcmFuZS40NTM1NC4zMDg2QHVrc2JzLmFwbGl0cmFrLmNvbQ Salary minimum: 39748.0 Salary maximum: 39748 Publish Date: 10-13-2022 Closing Date: 12-12-2022 Location: Swindon Hours: Full-Time Contract Type: Permanent
LSE is committed to building a diverse, equitable and truly inclusive university
For this post, we particularly welcome applications from those who can help us achieve our diversity and equity goals
Department of Anthropology
Salary is competitive with Departments at our peer institutions worldwide and not less than £58,519 pa inclusive and the salary scale can be found on the LSE website.
The appointment will be from 1 September 2023 or as soon as possible thereafter.
LSE’s Anthropology Department, with a long and distinguished history, remains a leading centre for innovative research and teaching. We are committed to excellent teaching for undergraduate, postgraduate and research students as well as to maintaining and renewing the core of the discipline via our research.
Based in the Department of Anthropology the post holder will contribute to the intellectual life of the School through conducting and publishing outstanding research, engaging in high quality teaching as instructed by the Head of Department, and participating in the School and wider Department activities.
You will have:
A completed PhD in Social Anthropology by the post start date (this includes applicants with a PhD in a closely related field (a) who have carried out extensive ethnographic fieldwork; (b) who have a demonstrably strong background in theory and method of Social Anthropology);
Significant Expertise and research interests in any field in Social Anthropology;
A track record or trajectory of internationally excellent publications;
Ability to teach core and specialist topics in Social Anthropology at both undergraduate and master’s level;
Proven ability, as evidenced by existing publications, or potential to publish in top journals, or with leading book publishers, in Social Anthropology;
Excellent written and oral communication skills, including an ability to place one’s specialist work within a broader social science context;
Evidence of innovation or creativity in research and/or teaching;
A commitment to work as part of a team in assisting the smooth running of the Department and its teaching programmes;
A commitment to high quality teaching and fostering a positive learning environment for students, including pastoral care;
A commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion in research, teaching and administration;
The other criteria that will be used when shortlisting for this post can be found on the person specification, which is attached to this vacancy on the LSE’s online recruitment system.
In addition to a competitive salary the benefits that come with this job include an occupational pension scheme, a research incentive scheme with personal reward options, generous research leave (sabbatical) entitlement, a collegial faculty environment and excellent support, training and development opportunities.
For further information about the post, please see the how to apply document, job description and the person specification.
To apply for this post, please go to https://jobs.lse.ac.uk. If you have any technical queries with applying on the online system, please use the “contact us” links at the bottom of the LSE Jobs page. Should you have any queries about the role, please email [email protected]
The closing date for receipt of applications is Sunday 27 November 2022 (23.59 UK time). We are unable to accept any late applications.
Salary: Grade 7 £31,411 to £35,333 per annum together with USS pension benefits
Fixed term until 29th April 2023
Part-time for a maximum of 30-36 days research assistance, precise working pattern to be agreed
Location: This position will be based at the Singleton Campus
The Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law seeks to appoint a part-time temporary research assistant to support research undertaken on a project entitled: ‘Artificial intelligence and public (dis-)trust? A case study on using artificial intelligence in mental health services.’ This role is funded by the British Academy and Leverhulme Small Grants Scheme. It will involve working with academics in Law, Medicine and Computer Science from Swansea University, Nottingham Trent University and the University of Southampton, in partnership with the Welsh mental health charity Adferiad Recovery. This empirical project aims to examine trust concerns around the use of artificial intelligence in mental health services, with particular emphasis on patients’ and therapists’ perspectives.
The key requirements of the role are:
To provide research and administrative support to the team members of the project.
To conduct desk research, including reviews of relevant literature and analysis of research documents.
To pro-actively contribute to and conduct empirical research (survey; semi-structured interviews), including gathering, preparing and analysing data, generating original ideas and presenting results.
Prepare reports and papers describing the results of the research.
To be self-motivated, apply and use your initiative, aiming to determine suitable ways to tackle challenges and seeking guidance when needed
Interact positively and professionally with other collaborators and partners.
Applicants will require a degree in a Social Science or other cognate subject, and will be able to provide evidence of experience of undertaking qualitative research. In addition, they will need to demonstrate their ability to conduct research in line with the objectives of the project, including planning skills and the ability to actively engage in and contribute to writing up research findings. It would be desirable to have a PhD (or be near completion) in a Social Science or other cognate subject; to have experience of design and analysis of surveys and/or qualitative research projects, and/or of undertaking research in mental health care.
The University is committed to supporting and promoting equality and diversity in all of its practices and activities. We aim to establish an inclusive environment and welcome diverse applications from the following protected characteristics: age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race (including colour, nationality, ethnic and national origin), religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation.
We have an under-representation of men in the area of research and would particularly welcome applications from men for this position. We also have an under representation of individuals from ethnic minority backgrounds and would encourage applications from these groups. Appointments will always be made on merit.
For informal enquiries please contact Caroline Jones, [email protected]
Closing date: 11pm on 30th October 2022.
Shortlisting Date: W/C 31st October 2022
Interview Date: week commencing 14th November 2022
Applicants are asked to provide a completed online application providing evidence against the essential criteria in the recruitment documentation. Applicants should also attach to the application a Curriculum Vitae.
Based at Oxstalls Campus, Gloucester
1.0 FTE 37 hours per week
It’s a great time to be considering a move to the University of Gloucestershire and The School of Health and Social Care. Not only will you have access to the latest technologies such as virtual reality simulation, to engage and teach our students, but you will also be part of the move to our new City Campus which is a new development and will be a focal point of Gloucester City, and a modern centre for teaching learning and community partnerships.
We are seeking to recruit an experienced academic to lead the Social Work and Social Care Subject Community within the School of Health and Social Care. In this role, the Academic Subject Lead will lead an experienced team of academics to drive forward our provision to deliver a dynamic portfolio of flexible, innovative and current Social Work and Social Care programmes. You will need strong academic and leadership experience, ideally having driven programme design and development within undergraduate, post graduate and apprenticeship provision. We welcome applicants able to demonstrate experience of developing people to create inclusive communities and working practices for our students, staff and stakeholders.
The Academic Subject Leader for Social Work and Social Care will work alongside the Head of School, Senior Leadership team, Experts by Experience, Collaborative Partners, and other stakeholders to lead and develop Social Work and Social Care education that delivers excellence in practice and high quality outcomes. The Academic Subject Leader will be responsible for leading and creating a vibrant subject community for staff and students, informed by best evidence-based practice, coproduced with partners and service users. They will work across teams to deliver clear plans to enhance learning, lead academic teams and deliver quality educational practice.
The School of Health and Social Care will be relocating from its current premises on Oxstalls Campus to the City Campus, a new development for the University that will be a focal point of Gloucester City, and a modern centre for teaching learning and community partnerships. It is anticipated that the campus will be operating from September 2023.
For an informal discussion please contact Lorraine Dixon, Head of School – Health and Social Care [email protected] for more information.
Closing date: Sunday 30th October 2022
Interview date: Thursday 17th November 2022
The University is committed to building a diverse and inclusive staff community and welcomes applications from currently under-represented sections of our workforce. We are proud to be a Disability Confident Leader, guaranteeing an interview to everyone who meets the definition of disability set out in the Equality Act 2010 and the essential criteria contained within the person specification.
Please download and save the Application for Employment Form to your computer. You will need to complete this form as part of the online application process. Your application will not be considered without this form.
Fixed Term for 2 years in the first instance
The Institute of Inner City Learning (IICL), part of the University of Wales Trinity Saint David seeks to appoint Hourly Paid Lecturers in Health and Social Care at its Birmingham Campus (BC). The primary delivery mode is face-to-face on campus.
We seek academics from a range of backgrounds (Public Health, Digital Health Promotion, Health & Social Care Leadership and Psychology), but would particularly welcome those who have previous experience in non-traditional or widening access delivery at HE level (or FE level with additional relevant HE experience). Please note the role may include weekend delivery.
Main duties will include:
Deliver teaching, learning and assessments, as well as provide support to students at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level of study, either individually or as a member of a teaching team.
Deliver teaching and learning strategies in a variety of contexts, such as, online or blended learning teaching and learning, seminar and small group tutorials to large-group lectures, workshops and/or placements, using appropriate and engaging teaching and learning styles, within an established programme of study.
Be involved in the design and development of high-quality teaching and learning material, sharing information/material on the University’s Virtual Learning Environment, develop strategies for formative and summative assessments, and develop assessment criteria, following the relevant quality assurance requirements.
Supervise the work of students in a timely, professional and supportive manner, providing necessary advice on study skills, research methods, assessment and dissertation work.
Offer appropriate advice, feedback, support, and encouragement to students, in both an academic and personal tutor role, to ensure a high-quality student experience.
Please view the Job Description for further details, where you will also find a list of the essential and desirable ‘Person Specification’ criteria.
– REQUIREMENTS –
You should also have:
Master’s degree in a relevant discipline
Experience in teaching, delivery, assessment and student support at undergraduate and postgraduate level in Higher Education (HE)
Experience in teaching and supporting students from diverse backgrounds
Experience in the design and development of module content, learning material, and assessments
Demonstrable organisational and personal management skills
Demonstrable interpersonal and communication skills with evidence of a commitment to team working and teaching
IT proficiency and experience of using e-resources including a willingness to teach by video-link, VLE, e-mail or online delivery
– FURTHER INFORMATION –
Please note that immigration sponsorship under the UK Government’s Skilled Worker visa route is not available for this role
– HOW TO APPLY –
Please click the ‘Apply Now’ button to start your application. Each page of your application will be saved when you click ‘Next’ or ‘Previous’.
Please note, this application process does not include the option to submit a CV. Therefore, your application will be assessed based on your answers to the application questions only and, in particular, your Supporting Statement.
We expect interviews to take place in week commencing 14th November 2022.
Closing date: Sunday, 6th November 2022, 11:59pm.