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Teaching Fellow in Sociology of Health: Keele University

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This post represents an exciting opportunity to join a team of staff in Keele School of Medicine. The School is currently rated 7th in the National Student Survey for Medicine. 

You will work as a member of the team who deliver teaching to undergraduate and occasionally postgraduate students within the School.  The main teaching focus of the post is based around the behavioural and social science learning content of the MBChB programme.  Duties include contributing to teaching and assessment activity, developing appropriate learning resources; delivering a range of direct teaching services, such as delivering lectures, seminars and workshops, experiential learning, inter-professional learning and Problem-based Learning tutor duties. 

You will have a degree or equivalent in Sociology or a relevant social science subject, together with either an MSc or PhD in a relevant discipline.  You will have experience of teaching in Higher Education, and a good working knowledge of the sociology of health and illness. You must have strong organisational skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills, good team-working, interpersonal and negotiating skills.

For an informal discussion about the post, please contact Dr Lisa Dikomitis, email l.a.dikomitis@keele.ac.uk

For full post details please visit: www.keele.ac.uk/vacancies

Closing date for applications: 22nd December 2016

Post reference: KU00000337

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