Employment Type: Full-time (35 hour week)
Duration: Fixed Term role until 31st December 2024
As a Lecturer (Level B) your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
Demonstrate and continuously develop a well-defined teaching philosophy that inspires student learning;
Conduct classes, assess student learning achievements and support students in postgraduate and undergraduate courses in line with UNSW policy;
Design and develop learning activities and resources, and assessment and feedback using a range of suitable approaches and learning environments
Initiate the development of experimental approaches to teaching and learning with the support of more senior academics
Who you are:
To be successful you must have:
A PhD in a related discipline (e.g. anatomy or anatomical sciences), and/or substantial relevant work experience in the discipline.
Demonstrated experience in the practice of anatomical sciences education, including educational delivery utilising human donor material.
Proven commitment to keeping up to date with discipline knowledge and developments.
Demonstrated experience in teaching and learning design, development and delivery at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level in a field related to the anatomical sciences.
Experience using and/or designing with educational technologies and online delivery methods.
Evidence of teaching effectiveness and passion for educational excellence (e.g. relevant discipline- based curriculum design and development at a variety of levels and scales).
Demonstrated knowledge of industry or experience of work-integrated learning (desirable).
Evidence of highly developed interpersonal and organisational skills.
Evidence of ability to support and inspire students from diverse backgrounds and support student equity, diversity and inclusion initiatives.
To Apply: Please submit your CV, Cover Letter and responses to the Selection Criteria (Who you are above) via the online application portal.
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