Casual Academic Opportunities within the Adelaide Medical School
We are seeking dedicated and passionate casual academic staff to assist with the delivery of our program in 2019 Casual rates aligned with the University of Adelaide Enterprise Agreement and an employer contribution of 9.5% superannuation will apply A number of roles are available, including: Medical Personal and Professional Development: this role involves delivery of professionalism, leadership and communication skills Clinical Practice: this role involves demonstrating to, and giving feedback on, clinical and communication skills Case Based Learning (CBL): this involves small-group learning and is a dominant learning mode during the early years of the medicine curriculum. The CBL program emphasises the need for students to be able to explain the mechanisms responsible for the production of symptoms and signs of diseases Anatomy Demonstrating: this involves small-group discovery experiences, presentations and practicals that will cover the regions of the body routinely examined clinically as part of an initial patient assessment Teaching students in Adelaide Medical School, you will be responsible for upholding the academic quality and integrity of the program, in consultation with the Program and Course Coordinators.
You will be located at either the Biomedical precinct in the recently completed Adelaide Health & Medical Sciences building, or the newly refurbished Helen Mayo South Building on Frome Road, and participate in supporting students in the medical program through clinical assessments as directed by the coordinators and will provide student support in the medical program as directed by the course coordinator. There is an expectation that our teachers will participate in the peer review process and on-going review of their teaching, as to reflect our commitment to high quality education. To be successful you will need: Demonstrated experience teaching in Case Based Learning and/or; a Medical Professionalism and Leadership program and/or; Clinical Practice and/or; Anatomy Demonstrating Demonstrated experience of undergraduate teaching in medical education Demonstrated experience of student support Experience in assessment of student performance Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Familiarity with learning management systems and information technologies to support student learning Desirable MBBS (or equivalent) and/or PhD in a relevant discipline Practicing clinical Registration with the Medical Board of Australia (AHPRA) Postgraduate fellowship of specialty college (e.
g. FRACP, FRACGP) Enjoy an outstanding career environment The University of Adelaide is a uniquely rewarding workplace. The size, breadth and quality of our education and research programs - including significant industry, government and community collaborations - offers you a vast scope and opportunity for a long, fulfilling career.
It also enables us to attract high-calibre people in all facets of our operations, ensuring you will be surrounded by talent....