Job number SUPP102996
Division/School Human Resources
Contract type Open ended contract staff
Working pattern Full time
Salary £42418 - £47722 per annum
Closing date for applications 19-Oct-2017
The University of Bristol’s Academic Staff Development team are looking to recruit an experienced Educational Developer to an exciting new role. The role holder will deliver and lead on teaching and learning elements of the CREATE (Cultivating Research and Teaching Excellence) CPD scheme for academic staff with teaching responsibilities at the University. As a team we take an integrated approach to academic development, incorporating learning and teaching, researcher and leadership development and the CREATE scheme reflects this.
The role holder will be an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual who will use their experience as an educational developer to support and deliver teaching and learning sessions across a range of topics knowledge to ensure CREATE continues to be an innovative, engaging and sustainable scheme that supports the University’s new Vision and Strategy. They will have in-depth understanding of the environment within a research-intensive university and a good working knowledge of the UKPSF. The successful candidate will need to be able to work collaboratively and build working relationships within the team and with a range of colleagues across the University but will also have the experience and knowledge to work independently when necessary.
They will report to and work closely with the Educational Development (ED) Manager and work with colleagues in Academic Staff Development (ASD) to ensure CREATE continues to encompass an integrated approach to academic staff development.
We expect to hold the selection process for this role on 8th November 2017.
For informal enquiries, please contact:
Dr Jane Pritchard, Educational Development Manager Jane.Pritchard@bristol.ac.uk (0117) 928 7776
The University is committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive culture.
We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities.