Clinical Lecturer in Clinical and Communication Skills – Two posts
Queen Mary University, London
Contract Type: Fixed term, part time contract, 0.6 FTE, funding end date July 2026
About the Role
The clinical and communication skills team (CCSU) at Barts and the London faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University, London has a long and proud history of innovation and excellence in clinical and communication skills teaching, learning and assessment.
We are looking for two 0.6FTE clinical lecturers, with experience in delivering undergraduate clinical and communication skills teaching, to join our team. You should be passionate about teaching and have a proven track record in teaching and facilitating learning – including physical examination skills, practical skills and communication skills. You are highly organized, able to manage competing demands and deadlines, and work well both in a team and independently.
This post is open to anyone who meets the essential criteria, but it might be of particular interest to those who have done some teaching, and would like an entry-level academic post in a medical school.
CCSU is a friendly team with a flat hierarchy, and a commitment to improving student learning. We would welcome informal enquiries. Full details can be found in the Job Profile by clicking the Apply button.
- A fantastic and busy job, for clinicians who love helping students to learn.
- The postholder will deliver lots of teaching for undergraduate medical students, and other groups of learners as appropriate.
- You should be comfortable and experienced in teaching a wide range of communication skills, physical examination skills and practical procedures
- You should be committed to improving both what you teach and how you teach, and we will support you in this.
- You should be interested in educational theory and how it can be applied to improve student learning, and we will support you in developing knowledge of pedagogy.
- We have lots of OSCEs and you will gain experience including writing, planning, and supporting the delivery of OSCEs, alongside examining, and quality assuring the exams.
- We have a long and proud history of supporting students who find themselves in academic difficulty, and there will be plenty of opportunities to develop your experience in this area.
- And, of course, there are opportunities for personal tutoring, PBL tutoring, curriculum and course design, scholarship, and educational research.