Lecturer in Neuroscience
Health Sciences & Wellbeing - School of Medicine
The University of Sunderland’s brand new School of Medicine has just welcomed its second cohort of students whilst our first cohort of students are commencing their second year of study.
This marks a very exciting time for our University, our NHS partners and the City / Region.
With a track record of excellence in health education spanning almost 100 years, the University is well placed to contribute to the expansion of medical training and help to address the chronic shortage in some medical specialties including general practice in the North East.
We have a significant focus on widening access and will deploy our expertise to ensure we recruit students from the communities they will ultimately serve.
Our new programme will allow Medical students to learn within our state-of-the-art teaching and learning spaces, including outstanding laboratory facilities, the latest in high fidelity clinical simulation equipment and some of the best hospital and GP settings in England
As a Lecturer in Neuroscience you will effectively contribute to the development and delivery of high quality undergraduate medical education, training and research in Lecturer in Neuroscience and related subjects, ensuring provision of a high quality learning experience throughout the full student journey.
You will possess significant experience of delivering teaching and learning in Neuroscience and related subjects within a UK Higher Education Institution and experience of Problem Based Learning.
If you're up for the challenge and want to know more, please contact Professor Scott Wilkes, Head of School of Medicine at scott.
wilkes sunderland.ac.uk for further details.
Please note that this vacancy is also being advertised to staff eligible for redeployment via the University redeployment portal.
Applicants who are eligible for redeployment will be interviewed before any other external candidates are considered .
Please note that this role is eligible for the Skilled Worker Route in accordance with the Home Office Points Based Immigration System.
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The University of Sunderland is proud to be an equal opportunities employer, treating all applicants equally and ensuring recruitment is based on merit.
However we particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates as they are underrepresented within the University of Sunderland at this level / in this area.