Teaching Fellow in Biomaterials and Nanomaterials . Job Reference: 1872158

  • Company: UCL
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  • Category: Education and Training
  • Location: England London
  • Date: 2 weeks ago
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Duties and Responsibilities Applications are invited for a Teaching Fellow post in Biomaterials and Nanomaterials at the Institute for Materials Discovery, University College London. The postholder will undertake appropriate teaching duties within the Institute for Materials Discovery at Masters level, and is expected to contribute significantly towards the existing MSc programme in Advanced Materials Science as well as developing new materials related programmes and modules as well as the supervision of MSc project students. The appointee will also interact with other academic and interdisciplinary units throughout UCL and elsewhere in developing the curriculum and ensuring delivery of high quality teaching, multidisciplinary project supervision and excellent student learning experience. The post holder will be expected to be proactive, innovative and exercise a high degree of responsibilities.The appointment is available to start on 15th October 2020 and is for a one year duration in the first instance. Key Requirements The successful candidate must have a PhD (or about to obtain) in Materials Science/Engineering or equivalent in a relevant area, together with experience in teaching and running practical lab demonstration and training in Materials Science/Engineering or a related subject, especially in biomaterials, nanoscience and bio-nanotechnology, sensing and biosensing and at undergraduate degree level and/or Masters level and supervising multidisciplinary research projects covering materials design and discovery of novel advanced functional materials, sensors and biosensors and advanced materials processing, materials characterisation, and materials translation in healthcare and biomedical sectors.The appointee will have excellent English verbal and written communication skills, good interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to staff and students in a teaching and learning context. A commitment to acquiring new work-related skills and to maintaining skills and knowledge up to date is also an essential requirement

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