Job: Birmingham Fellow – Teaching (Delivering Online Teaching)

Full time/part time: Full time
Duration: Permanent
Grade/band: Grade 8
Salary: £37,756-£50,698 (Grade 8), although in exceptional cases appointments may be made at a higher grade.

Closing Date: 15 April 2014

Over the past three years we have recruited some of the most exceptional early-career researchers. This year the programme is being expanded to recruit a number of outstanding university teachers, offering a unique route into a challenging academic career for individuals with the ambition and capability to influence and shape the teaching strategies of tomorrow. We are looking for ten outstanding scholars across a range of disciplines who can demonstrate teaching excellence and innovation and an ambition to take a lead in further developing a strong teaching culture at the University.

The Birmingham Fellowship offer is unparalleled: a permanent academic post, five years of protected time to pursue teaching excellence within a supportive and ambitious academic environment, with individualised start-up, development and mentoring support.

You will have evidence of extensive teaching achievement within your discipline, use of innovative approaches that impact on teaching performance and student achievement, and a commitment to the academic endeavour of the University.

This initiative is just one of the ways in which we are investing in and developing our outstanding academic community to match our global ambition.

Learn more:

Email: birminghamfellows@contacts.bham.ac.uk

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/birminghamfellows

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