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Job description
The Teaching Fellow in Public Health will contribute to the education activity of the School of Life Course & Population Sciences, providing high quality teaching to students at different academic levels and engaging in research to support teaching, learning and assessment innovations. The post holder will support the delivery of the online MSc in Public Health, working closely with the Programme Director and School academics. Public Health embraces a wide range of disciplines and a background in management and service delivery and/or health and organisational psychology would be desirable.  The postholder should have an understanding of the UK healthcare systems and/or experience of working in public health.  
This post will be offered on a fixed term contract for 2 years 
This is a full-time post – 100% full time equivalent, 35 hours per week but part time options will be considered.
Key responsibilities
Teaching & Learning
•        Work collaboratively with the Programme Teams to support delivery and evaluation of the programmes 
•        Lead online public health modules, engaging with preparation of content for learning activities, discussion board facilitation and online tutorials and webinars 
•        Act as academic tutor for students, enabling students to meet the learning objectives of the programme and resolving enquiries 
•        Prepare and assess formative and summative assessments, providing good quality feedback   
•        Perform such other duties as may be determined by the Programme Lead, commensurate with the grade of the post  
•        Supervise student dissertation projects  
•        Undertake pedagogic research to support innovations in teaching, learning and assessment 
•        Engage in continuous professional development to support quality teaching and learning 
•        Carry out administrative duties related to programme management and delivery 
•        Engage with and ensure that quality assurance processes and timescales for delivery are met 
The above list of responsibilities may not be exhaustive, and the post holder will be required to undertake such tasks and responsibilities as may reasonably be expected within the scope and grading of the post.  
Skills, knowledge, and experience 
Essential criteria  
1.       A Master’s degree and/or a PhD in a Public Health related field, specifically health psychology and/or management 
2.       Knowledge of Public Health policy and practice/UK health care systems.   
3.       Knowledge of principles of teaching, learning and assessment at master’s level with experience of supervising and supporting students 
4.       Ability to work effectively in a diverse team environment, sharing knowledge and skills  
5.       Ability to work under pressure to achieve goals, meet deadlines and work collaboratively and flexibly 
6.       Committed to equality, diversity and inclusion, actively addressing areas of potential bias. 
Desirable criteria
1.       Completion of specialist training in public health  
2.       Teaching Qualification 
3.       Understanding of distance learning and online teaching delivery  
4.       Excellent IT skills including knowledge of course creating and delivery on Moodle or similar VLE 
5.       Track record of quality teaching in higher education and across different academic levels 
6.       Co-ordination and administration of educational modules 
Candidates are strongly encouraged to specifically address the essential criteria outlined in the Person Specification in their covering letter. 
Further information
The School of Life Course & Population Sciences is one of five Schools that make up the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine at King’s College London. The School unites over 400 experts in women and children’s health, diabetes, nutritional sciences, population health and the molecular genetics of human disease. Our research links the causes of common health problems to life’s landmark stages, treating life, disease and healthcare as a continuum. We are interdisciplinary by nature and this innovative approach works: 91 per cent of our research submitted to the Subjects Allied to Medicine (Pharmacy, Nutritional Sciences and Women’s Health cluster) for REF 2014 was rated as world-leading or internationally excellent. We use this expertise to teach the next generation of health professionals and research scientists. Based across King’s Denmark Hill, Guy’s, St Thomas’ and Waterloo campuses, our academic programme of teaching, research and clinical practice is embedded across six Departments 
About the Faculty:   Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine
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