James Wilson has drawn my attention to this opportunity, which may be of interest to those working in public health ethics.
This post is a Teaching Fellowship which, in the first instance, will start on 15 September 2016 and run until 14 September 2017.
The successful candidate will be expected primarily to provide teaching in Philosophy, Politics and Economics of Health at postgraduate and advanced undergraduate level and Global Justice and Heath at postgraduate and advanced undergraduate level. This will involve teaching two courses per year, one in the Autumn term and one in the Spring term. Some postgraduate supervision may also be required.
Each course requires two hours of teaching per week throughout the ten-week terms, plus course administration. Courses for postgraduates and third year undergraduates involve a two hour seminar per week. Although the overall content of the courses is fixed, the precise content will be up to the successful candidate.
As well as giving these lectures and seminars the Teaching Fellow will be expected to set and mark essay topics or examinations for their own courses, to supervise graduate teaching assistants, and to play a part in the normal duties of teaching and administration within the Department.
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