Lecturer in Podiatry Teaching and Scholarship
Application closing date: 19/03/2019
Location: Llandaff Campus
Salary: £39,609 - £44,559 per annum (maximum salary on appointment £36,661 pa)
To design and deliver academic and clinical teaching to students undertaking study in Podiatry, and fully engage with a range of associated professional activities.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
- Undertake academic and clinical teaching in relation to the undergraduate and postgraduate degrees offered by the Wales Centre for Podiatric Studies.
- Supervise undergraduate and postgraduate research students.
- To integrate academic delivery with management of a specialist and clinical caseload.
- To contribute to the provision of professional Podiatric leadership in a collegiate relationship for students in a clinical setting.
- To participate when required as part of a multi-disciplinary team for the care of patients in specialist areas.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
Supervise postgraduate research students.
Teaching and learning support
- Design teaching material and deliver either across a range of modules or within a subject area.
- Use appropriate teaching, learning support and assessment methods.
- Supervise student projects, and/or e.g. field trips and, where appropriate, placements.
- Identify areas where current provision is in need of revision or improvement.
- Contribute to the planning, design and development of objectives and material.
- Set, mark and assess work and examinations and provide feedback to students.
Research and scholarship
- Support the development of research objectives, projects and proposals.
- Participate in individual or collaborative research projects.
- Support the identification of sources of funding and contribute to the process of securing funds.
- Apply knowledge acquired from scholarship to teaching, research and appropriate external activities.
- Write or contribute to publications or disseminate research findings using other appropriate media.
- Make presentations at conferences or exhibit work in other appropriate events.
- Routinely communicate complex and conceptual ideas.
Liaison and networking
- Participate in and help develop internal and external networks for the benefit of Cardiff Metropolitan University in the areas of teaching and research.
- Mentor colleagues with less experience and advise on personal development.
- Depending on the area of work, could be expected to supervise the work of others.
- Act as a responsible team member, leading where agreed, and develop productive working relationships with other members of staff.
- Collaborate with colleagues to identify and respond to students' needs.
- May be expected to act as a module tutor.
- Be responsible for the pastoral care of students within a specified area.
- Deal with standard problems and help colleagues resolve their concerns about progress in research.
Initiative, problem-solving and decision-making
- Assess, interpret and evaluate outcomes of research.
- Identify the need for developing the content or structure of modules with colleagues and make proposals on how this should be achieved.
- Develop ideas promoting the subject and/or research areas.
- Develop ideas and find ways of disseminating and applying the results of research and scholarship.
- Responsibility for the design and delivery of own modules and assessment methods.
- Collaborate with colleagues on the implementation of assessment procedures.
- Advise others on strategic issues such as student recruitment and Marketing.
- Contribute to the accreditation of courses and quality control processes.
Planning and managing resources
- As module leader or tutor, co-ordinate with others (such as support staff or academic colleagues) to ensure student needs and expectations are met.
- Manage projects relating to own area of work.
- Participating in developing ideas for generating income.
Sensory, physical and emotional demands.
- Balance the pressures of teaching and administrative demands and competing deadlines.
Within the context of Cardiff Metropolitan University's Health and Safety policy, dependingon area of work and level of training received, may be expected to conduct risk assessment and take responsibility for the health and safety of others.
Possess sufficient breadth or depth of specialist knowledge in the discipline to develop teaching and/or research programmes and the provision of learning support.
Use a range of delivery techniques.
Education and Qualifications
- A good honours degree in Podiatry and / or equivalent professional qualification.
- Ability to attain Doctorate within an agreed timescale.
- Ability to achieve Fellow Status as part of the Higher Education Academy's Professional Recognition scheme within 3 years.
- Member of Health and Care Professions Council with an HCPC registered qualification in Local Anaesthesia and the ability to gain an appropriate registered qualification for the supply and administration of Prescription only Medicines (POMS) with an agreed timescale.
- Postgraduate study at Masters level within subject specialist area or equivalent professional experience.
Education and Qualifications
- Fellow Status as part of the Higher Education Academy's Professional Recognition scheme.
- Registered qualification for supplementary or independent prescribing.
- A good level of knowledge relevant to the subject and professional area.
- Evidence of undertaking continuous professional development (CPD).
- A sound understanding of pedagogy.
A sound understanding of research / enterprise and scholarly activity.
- Knowledge and experience of local anaesthesia and minor surgical procedures.
- Knowledge and experience of musculoskeletal conditions.
Skills and Abilities relating to role
- Ability to develop teaching and / or research programmes and the provision of learning support.
- Ability to design teaching and learning material.
- Ability to employ appropriate assessment methods.
- Ability to support the development of research objectives, projects or proposals.
- Ability to employ appropriate methods for disseminating research findings.
- Ability to contribute to the achievement of the School Development Plan and the development of other school activities.
- Ability to undertake administrative duties in an accurate and timely fashion.
- Ability to plan workloads and projects and manage resources effectively.
- Ability to identify areas for improvement and to use initiative and problem solving skills to improve performance.
- Ability to take responsibility for a number of key areas such as module tutor, research supervision at undergraduate level.
- Ability to communicate and disseminate complex and conceptual ideas in a variety of ways - presentations at conferences reports on findings, publications, feedback etc.
- Ability to develop productive working relationships as part of a professional team.
- Ability to work collaboratively on research projects through the development of appropriate partnerships and multi-disciplinary teams (MDTs).
- Ability to make independent reasoned clinical decisions.
Experience paid / unpaid
- Experience of teaching / research or equivalent.
- Experience of attracting or generating funds / income through a variety of sources.
- Experience of working with others in a supervisory / guiding / supporting / mentoring capacity, delegating to other as necessary.
- Experience in referring for further diagnostic evaluation.
Experience paid / unpaid
- Experience of teaching and research in Higher Education.
- Experience and commitment to influence change at a number of different levels within an organisation.
- Experience of interpreting relevant legislation in a professional capacity (e.g. Health & Safety).
- Ability to demonstrate a commitment to Equality and Diversity, Health and Safety, Quality Standards.
- Ability to work flexibly and multi-task and to cope with a large and unpredictable workload.
- Ability to work alone or as part of a team, and to make independent reasoned clinical decisions.
- Organised; self-confident and motivated individual.
- Current understanding of policies and strategies relevant to Podiatry (i.e. public health, health promotion).
- *The appointment of the successful applicant will be subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS, previously CRB).
Other Requirements (Desirable)
- Awareness of patient management systems.
- Ability to present general information verbally in Welsh.
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