The School of Health Sciences is currently seeking expressions of interest from individuals with the requisite specialist skills for Associate Tutor positions within the expanding portfolio of Post-Registration and post-qualifying programmes.  Opportunities are available to be involved with teaching and assessment across a number of modules within the portfolio.  The portfolio consists of a range of continuing professional development and advanced practice modules.

This expression of interest is usually launched in January and closes late April and covers work across the following academic year.

Once the expression of interest has closed, any applicants who have not previously taught in the School are invited to an informal interview with the Department Head for Post-Qualifying programmes and another member of staff.  If you pass the interview stage, you are not guaranteed teaching, but you are added to the register of potential Associate Tutors for the coming academic year along with other applicants who have completed the expression of interest for that academic year.

Once the register is established, we will ordinarily allocate teaching in priority order.

If you are interested in being added to the mailing list to receive the expression of interest for 2024/25, please contact us HSC_AT@uea.ac.uk

Associate Tutors work across the University supporting Schools to deliver specific activities including lectures, seminars, laboratory demonstrations, teaching support activity and the marking of scripts.

 

Details of our current Associate Tutor opportunities can be found below.

The School of Health Sciences is currently seeking expressions of interest from individuals with the requisite specialist skills for Associate Tutor positions within the expanding portfolio of Post-Registration and post-qualifying programmes.  Opportunities are available to be involved with teaching and assessment across a number of modules within the portfolio.  The portfolio consists of a range of continuing professional development and advanced practice modules.

This expression of interest is usually launched in January and closes late April and covers work across the following academic year.

Once the expression of interest has closed, any applicants who have not previously taught in the School are invited to an informal interview with the Department Head for Post-Qualifying programmes and another member of staff.  If you pass the interview stage, you are not guaranteed teaching, but you are added to the register of potential Associate Tutors for the coming academic year along with other applicants who have completed the expression of interest for that academic year.

Once the register is established, we will ordinarily allocate teaching in priority order.

If you are interested in being added to the mailing list to receive the expression of interest for 2024/25, please contact us HSC_AT@uea.ac.uk

Interim Head of Primary Care

 

Norwich Medical School is seeking an experienced GP to act as Interim Head of Primary Care. The aim of the post is to manage all aspects of the primary care components of the Norwich MB BS course, and to act as the interface between those components and the rest of the course. The post is allocated 0.4FTE as is paid at a GP Associate Tutor rate. Tenure for this post is set at 6 months.

 

The key responsibilities of the post holder are:

  • Develop primary care teaching within the MB BS and plan for future requirements
  • Managing the team of Practice Development Tutors (PDTs, currently 6) who liaise directly with GP placements and provide tutor training
  • Chair meetings of the PDTs
  • Liaison with the LTS Placements team on primary care operational matters and placement recruitment
  • Promotion of the MB BS to potential primary care placement organisations
  • Attend meetings of the MB BS executive to represent primary care and implement MB BS policy in those areas of responsibility, and other wider team meetings as may be required
  • Attend regional meetings with HEE as school primary care representative
  • Attend the national primary care Heads of Teaching group meetings
  • Receiving and responding to data on primary care teaching from the annual student evaluation
  • Actively promote at all times and within all business the Universities core principles of our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Frameworks.

 

To apply for this post, please submit an expression of interest statement, no more that 1 side of A4, alongside a CV, to MED HR med.hr@uea.ac.uk by Monday 18th March 2024. The interview date is currently scheduled for Monday 8th April 2024.

 

For informal discussions about this post please contact Dr Dickie Young, Interim MB BS Course Director: D.Young@uea.ac.uk.