The post provides an exciting opportunity to join the Department of Psychological Medicine.
Education & Teaching Component
The role requires a skilled educator to teach undergraduate and postgraduate students, enhance the education and experiences of our undergraduate and postgraduate students, delivering appealing, up-to-date teaching and contributing to the development of our curricula and teaching and assessment methods
on the MSc Organisational Psychiatry and Psychology.
The Deputy Programme Leader (DPL) will have the opportunity to contribute to the design of the programme in discussion with the Programme Leader. It should, however, meet the interests and undergraduate qualifications of students attending the course.
The postholder will be jointly responsible with the programme leader for developing modules within the course, and the course as a whole.
It is anticipated that teaching, administration, delivery, assessment, and enhancement of taught modules will require 50% of the DPL’s time.
Key aspects of the role will include:
• Deputy Programme Lead for the Organisational Psychiatry and Psychology with planning for teaching and assessment for modules, catering for approximately 50 students (Full time and Part time) per annum.
• Contribute to the planning, teaching and assessment of modules in the MSc Organisational Psychiatry and Psychology.
• Participate in formative and summative assessments including marking and moderation of assignments and module evaluation in the programme.
• Collaborate in the provision and supervision of research projects.
• Act as personal tutor and support students in accordance with Departmental, Faculty and College practice and guidelines.
• Develop the programme curriculum and promote teaching excellence consistent with the College and Faculty educational policy and strategy
• Deliver on campus and online teaching, learning and assessment using KCL virtual learning environment.
Define and lead research securing funding to develop a highly respected, international, research programme. This will include productive collaborative links in academia and/or industry.
Contribute to determining research direction in the area of Psychological Medicine to ensure King’s College London is at the forefront of the field.
Supervise, on a day-to-day basis, postgraduate students and/or post-doctoral staff carrying out research, and the technical staff assisting with the research. The …….