Foundation Year Lecturer, Medical School

Lincoln, United Kingdom
£34,304 pro rata
02 Nov 2021
End of advertisement period
27 Nov 2021
Contract Type
Part Time

Lincoln Medical School – Universities of Nottingham and Lincoln

Location:  Lincoln
Salary:   From £34,304 pro rata
This is a part time, permanent post of 0.5 FTE
Closing Date:   Saturday 27 November 2021
Reference:  COS592A

Interview Date: To be confirmed

This is an incredibly exciting time to join the Lincoln Medical School, a partnership between the University of Nottingham and the University of Lincoln.  The University of Lincoln has invested in a new medical school building that was opened in April 2021.    You can find out more about our new building and existing facilities at

We are seeking to appoint a Foundation Year Lecturer (0.5 FTE) to work alongside another Medicine Foundation Year Lecturer and other academic, technical, and professional support staff to deliver our 6-year Medicine with a Foundation Year programme (UCAS course code A18L) to a relatively small cohort of students from Widening Participation backgrounds (approx. 24 students in 2021-22).  The Medicine Foundation Year is delivered through a mix of different session types, including pre-recorded ‘mini-lectures’, in-person lectures, workshops and laboratory practical sessions, and student group work.

Although the post predominantly supports the delivery of teaching on the Foundation Year, the post-holder is likely to be required to help deliver some sessions to students in year 1 of the programme, including our direct entrants to the 5-year Medicine programme (UCAS code A10L).

If you are passionate about teaching those elements of human biology that underpin the study of Medicine and are keen to contribute to our efforts in promoting social mobility and widening access to a career in Medicine, this may be the role for you.  This role is offered as a 0.5 FTE appointment, with days of work to be negotiated with the successful applicant.

If you are interested in this post and have any questions, please contact Prof Danny McLaughlin (Associate Dean of Medicine) by emailing