We are hiring! 2 Teaching Fellow Positions in Global Health and Social Medicine

Come and work with us!

Reference: THW/17/059639/000242
Salary Details: Grade 6: £32,958 – £39,324 per annum
Allowances: £2,623 London Living Allowance
Contract Type: Temporary/Fixed term
Contract Term: Full time

Global Health & Social Medicine (formerly known as the Department of Social Science, Health & Medicine) is a unique interdisciplinary department at King’s founded in 2012. GHSM is already ranked within the top 10 of sociology departments in the UK. Its mission is to address the changing landscape of health and medicine from social science perspectives. We explore the complex social determinants of health, illness and ageing, and the relationship between advances in biomedicine and biotechnology with social and medical practices.

The Department invites applications for two Teaching Fellow positions. The Teaching Fellows will be expected to contribute to teaching on our undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.

You will have completed, or be close to obtaining a PhD in Sociology (or another related social science discipline). You must have relevant teaching experience and excellent communication skills. A postgraduate teaching and learning qualification in higher education would be an advantage. These are fixed term positions: two for 12 months.

The selection process will include a presentation and a panel interview.

Interviews are scheduled to be held in May 2017.

For an informal discussion to find out more about the role please contact Professor Karen Glaser at karen.glaser@kcl.ac.uk.

To apply for this role, please go to the King’s College London HireWire Job Board and register to download and submit the specified application form.

Closing date: 31 March 2017

If you have questions about this role, please contact: Recruitment Team, Email: recruitmentteam14@kcl.ac.uk

For more info:

https://www.hirewire.co.uk/HE/1061247/MS_JobDetails.aspx?JobID=75121

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