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Teaching Fellow (Anatomy)

Portsmouth, Hampshire (GB)
£19,673 - £21,489 0.5FTE per annum
Closing date
5 Mar 2024

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Academic Discipline
Clinical, Pre-clinical & Health
Job Type
Academic Posts, Teaching Fellowships
Contract Type
Part Time

Teaching Fellow (Anatomy)

Salary - £19,673 - £21,489 0.5FTE per annum

Contractual hours - 18.5

Basis - Part-Time

Job category/type - Permanent - Part-Time

Job reference - REC00001472

The University of Portsmouth is a global employer of choice where exceptional people create, share and apply knowledge that makes a difference.

Experience the pride of being part of a select group – one of only four universities in the south-east of England to achieve a prestigious Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework. Additionally, we proudly rank among the top 140 universities globally in the Times Higher Young University World Rankings.

Ambition, Responsibility and Openness drive our every endeavour. Join our esteemed institution with a proven track record of success, and where dedication to excellence is key. We want people to make their mark in a professional community that truly values people, innovation, and achievement. 


The post holder will join the Faculty at an exciting time and will work to deliver a graduate entry medical education (GEM) programme at Portsmouth in conjunction with Kings College London (KCL). The intention of the course will be to help address the health and wellbeing needs of the Portsmouth, East Hampshire and the Isle of Wight health and care systems. 

This is an exciting new position within the Faculty.  The post holder will play a lead role in the delivery of a major new strategic partnership with King's College London (KCL) to deliver a Branch of the KCL MBBS GEM course at the University of Portsmouth from August 2024. This is of strategic importance to the University and region, intending to help address the health and wellbeing needs of the Portsmouth, South East Hampshire and Isle of Wight health and care system.

We are looking for a talented and innovative medical educator with expertise in anatomy to contribute to the teaching and assessment of anatomical sciences within the GEM programme.  The successful candidate will help our students to apply their anatomical knowledge to the skills needed during clinical consultations.  This will be achieved through interactive teaching sessions and innovative educational approaches to the teaching of anatomy, both in person and online.  You will use your anatomy and educational background to ensure delivery of a high quality teaching and learning experience in line with KCL’s quality standards. 

For any further information, please contact the Faculty of Science and Health Recruitment Team,


  • Competitive salary, including incremental progression within your scale.
  • Contributory defined benefits pension schemes – Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) for support and research staff and Teachers Pensions for our academic staff.
  • Generous leave entitlement of 32–35 days a year, plus bank holidays, and an additional Christmas closure.
  • Family-friendly policies supporting flexible working.
  • Staff discounts and loyalty schemes.
  • Staff car parking and discounted public travel.
  • Excellent training and development opportunities.
  • Staff wellbeing programmes.
  • Long service awards and recognition awards, which are awarded to staff for exceptional performance.
  • Recreation facilities, including discounted gym membership, food on campus schemes, use of the Library and staff social activities.
  • Discounted learning.
  • Start-up business mentoring from expert entrepreneurs via our Entrepreneurs in Residence
  • The perks don’t stop there - click ‘apply’ for further information on My Reward and Benefits


Prior to submitting your application, kindly ensure that you can either demonstrate or acquire the necessary right to work in the UK. If you currently do not possess the right to work in the UK, please be aware that our offer of employment is conditional upon you obtaining it.


We are strongly dedicated to embedding equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) within our community. As an Athena SWAN and Race Equality Charter award holder, a member of Stonewall and a Disability Confident Employer we are passionate about creating a welcoming and inclusive environment, regardless of your background. We welcome applications from all talented people. In addition, we want our workforce to be representative of our diverse student population. Please see our EDI Framework and objectives.

Please note the closing date may be extended if required.

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