Free open Job in Wales Lecturer in Medical Physics Technology (Teaching) at Swansea University

Swansea University – School / College – Human and Health Sciences

Salary: £33,518 to £38,833 per annum together with USS benefits. The normal expectation is that the successful applicant will be appointed to the minimum of the agreed scale with annual increments on 1 October each year (subject to completing six months service).

Location: Swansea

The successful applicant will join the Medical Physics Technology team, which is part of the Interprofessional Health Studies Department within the College of Human and Health Sciences. The Department is home to a number of Healthcare programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including Nuclear Medicine, Radiotherapy Physics and Radiation Physics, to which the successful candidate will contribute to. These professional programmes are highly respected by the various professional communities for the quality of graduates and for the contribution the staff make to these professions in the UK and abroad. Students on these programmes study within the University and on placements at hospitals across Wales and England where they gain their clinical skills. Before they attend placements, the students practice within the University in clinical suites equipment is available to ensure the experience matches their work environment.


Contributing to courses within the taught portfolio, with a responsibility for planning and managing own teaching and workload. Demonstrate awareness of current research and knowledge in the field of medical physics and integrating this into teaching. Hold Professional recognition or a professional teaching qualification.


Contribute to College management duties, for example: attending and contributing to appropriate committees and related activities; participating in promotional activities such as open days and clearing; carry out relevant managerial duties, for example, duties in relation to student recruitment, induction, teaching and assessment.


Undertake research or other systematic investigations into learning and teaching or of engagement in pedagogic and professional practitioner innovation and applying it to curriculum development and delivery. Delivering presentations at a conference, seminar or workshop with external reach/impact.

Essential Criteria

  • A BSc degree in a Clinical Medical Physics discipline or equivalent.
  • Eligibility or enrolment with a professional regulator such as HCPC, RCT or AHCS.
  • Demonstrate awareness of current research in the field and / or current practice within the relevant field
  • Presenting at a conference, seminar or workshop
  • Evidence of advancing professional or teaching practice demonstrating a commitment to CPD

Desirable Criteria

  • A completed PhD, or equivalent.
  • A recognised teaching qualification and be working towards HEA Fellowship (Higher Education Academy or willingness to apply for this during probationary period.)

The shortlisting will take place on 29th January 2018 and the interviews will take place on week commencing 5th February 2018

For further information please contact Joe Purden, Lecturer ( / 01792 295987) or Barry Bardsley, Senior Lecturer ( / 01792 295276)

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