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Senior Lecturer in Medical Education Knowledge Assessment (years 1 & 2)

Health Sciences & Wellbeing - School of Medicine

Location:  Sunderland Campus
Salary:  £42,819 to £53,355 per annum
By annual incremental progression
Hours per Week:  37
Closing Date:  Sunday 02 October 2022
Reference:  0449-22
Further details:    Job Description    

The University of Sunderland’s new School of Medicine has recently welcomed its third cohort of students. 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 significant 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 Senior Lecturer in Medical Education Assessment you will lead and operationalise the undergraduate medical degree Knowledge Assessment plan across years 1 and 2 of the MBChB programme and deliver high quality undergraduate medical education, training and research related to medical education assessment.

The ideal candidate will hold a postgraduate degree in bio-psycho-social science appropriately related to medicine, higher degree normally a doctorate and hold a Medical Education Assessment qualification.
You will possess significant experience of delivering teaching and learning in a medical school setting and a track record in medical education assessment.

If you're up for the challenge and want to know more, please contact Dr James Nott, Medical Education Assessment Lead James.Nott@sunderland.ac.uk or Professor Scott Wilkes, Head of School of Medicine at scott.wilkes@sunderland.ac.uk for further details.

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