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Senior Lecturer /Lecturers, Pathology (Forensic)
Job SummaryApplications are invited from suitably qualified individuals for the positions of Senior Lecturer /Lecturers in the field of Pathology (Forensic)
Applicants must satisfy the following essential criteria:
- Medical Qualification
- A higher degree or Board Certification/Royal College Fellowship in Anatomical Pathology
- Suitable training/experience in Forensic Pathology would be an asset
- Suitable experience in teaching science/medical students at the University level
- Interest and experience in research in Pathology
- A solid publication record for appointment at a senior level
The Senior Lecturer/Lecturer will report to the Head, Department of Pathology, UWI, and the duties of the post include:
- Teaching of Anatomical Pathology at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels
- Participating in the supervision and training of postgraduate students as necessary
- Research and publication in Anatomical Pathology and related areas Active contribution to the development and affairs of the Department in all areas
- Applicants must also be good team players with leadership skills.
- Excellent communication skills are essential, as is a strong commitment to excellence in teaching, scholarship, service and technology application in the classroom.
- He/she should be innovative, committed, hardworking and enthusiastic with excellent subject knowledge and a sound understanding of the latest student-centered teaching techniques.
- He/she must also possess a genuine interest in helping students and the ability to work effectively as a member of a team.
- Experience in developing and delivering programs and courses by distance or online at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels will be an advantage.
The successful candidate will be required to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in their respective areas of specilaization, take part in curriculum development, be involved in interdisciplinary collaboration, develop innovative research and advise and supervise students at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The successful candidate will also be expected to make a significant contribution to the department's research output, to undertake an appropriate teaching and administrative load, and to take part in outreach activities.
The University thanks all applicants, but due to the volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.