Senior Lecturer in Imaging (Ultrasound)

University of Central Lancashire
£44,706 - £51,799
Closing date
11 Jul 2022

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School/Service: School of Medicine
Grade: I (£44,706 - £51,799) 

The School of Medicine wishes to appoint a Senior Lecturer for this exciting area of provision. The successful candidate will lead on the delivery and development of our innovative Imaging curriculum within the school.

The role will require you to contribute to make a major contribution to achieving the academic objectives of the School of Medicine through teaching, scholarly activity, research outputs and knowledge transfer activities.

Primarily through providing module and programme leadership for Imaging related provision - undertaking strategic development and course management responsibilities for the co-ordination of development and delivery of these programmes. Whilst taking overall responsibility for managing delivery of the imaging related content in the school’s diverse degree provision (undergraduate and postgraduate).

This exciting position will additionally lead in the development of imaging programme curriculum to implement best practice and innovative ideas with the goal of creating a sustainable and valued programme[s]. Working productively as part of a team providing support for module leaders and collaborative providers, contributing to scholarship linked to research interests in the school of Medicine that advances the discipline and/or disseminates good practice. With a strong focus on the engagement in commercial/income-generating/CPD activity.

To be equal to the challenge, you will need a significant level of professional experience in imaging, with additionally experience of teaching in higher education. Your track record will include experience of liaising with external organisations, experience of managing complex projects to completion, experience of working with and to the requirements and standards of professional accreditation and regulatory bodies.

You will hold a relevant degree and master’s level qualification (or equivalent) in a related discipline alongside proven interpersonal skills to work with industry, academic, clinical and management colleagues at all levels and develop strong working relationships with senior stakeholders.

Informal enquiries are welcomed - please contact Nigel Garratt, Deputy Head of School, School of Medicine, via email in the first instance

Applicants need to meet all essential criteria on the Person Specification to be considered for interview. This position is based in Preston with some travel to the University’s other campuses.

Please apply online by clicking the apply button. If you cannot apply online, please contact People Team on 01772 892324 and quoting the reference number. CVs will not be considered unless accompanied by a completed application form.

Closing date: 11 July 2022.

Interview date: To be confirmed.

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