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KCL UK Job Vacancy 2021 Details

Name of Recruitment KCL UK Recruitment 2021
Job Location Job in London
Name of Job Opening Teaching Fellow in Neuroscience and Psychology x 2 Jobs  
Job Type Jobs in England
Salary Range £ 38,304 Per Year (Not Confirm)

KCL UK Jobs Description 2021

Applicants will be invited for interviews on a rolling basis throughout July and August until the positions are filled.
We are recruiting for two posts that provide an exciting opportunity to join the new BSc in Neuroscience and Psychology and become part of a thriving academic community at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College London.
The post-holders will undertake teaching activities on the BSc in Neuroscience and Psychology, and contribute to the administration, delivery, assessment and enhancement of taught modules, with key areas of contribution to include supporting  the teaching of topics in the core BPS curriculum and, depending on the applicant’s previous experience and knowledge: supporting the teaching of research methods and statistics (using R); supporting teaching and research using electrophysiology in humans; supporting the teaching of computational psychology/neuroscience.
Specifically, key aspects of the role will include:
Course development and administration
  • Assist with planning, teaching and assessment of modules within the BSc in Neuroscience and Psychology degree (including topics in core BPS areas, and depending on interests and expertise: statistics using R; cognitive neuroscience; electrophysiology; computational neuroscience).
  • Contribute to the on-going development and design of the curriculum, in a manner that supports innovative and research-led approaches to student learning.
  • Contribute to the administration of modules, including preparing module information, coordinating teams of graduate teaching assistants (e.g., seminar leaders), managing the procedures for student coursework submissions, marking assessments, and the timely and accurate processing and recording of marks.
Teaching and assessment
  • Develop and apply the teaching methods and materials required to create an innovative learning experience, promoting interest, understanding and enthusiasm amongst students, and undertaking such administration as is necessary to ensure that teaching staff and students have timely and appropriate access to these materials.
  • Supervise student research projects and dissertations (preference for projects involving EEG, psychophysiology, eye-tracking and/or quantitative and computational data analysis).
  • Collaborate on the writing and editing of formative and summative assessments, including checking examination papers for accuracy.
  • Mark formative and summative assessments, moderate the marking of assignments and provide students with high quality feedback on their work.
Research and Professional Activities
  • Postholders are encouraged to identify and undertake activities to develop individual research interests, including contribution to joint projects within the Faculty/Department, particularly where these activities enhance the provision of UG research projects and research-led education.
  • Participate in personal and professional development activities where appropriate.
Pastoral care
  • Act as a Personal Tutor to students on the BSc Neuroscience and Psychology programme.

Skills, knowledge, and experience

Essential criteria
  • First degree in Psychology or Neuroscience  (2:1 or above)
  • PhD in Cognitive/Systems/Computational Neuroscience or Psychology (if at the time of application the post-holder has submitted their PhD/await the award of their PhD they may still be considered for the post but they will be appointed at Grade 5/spine point 30 until their PhD is confirmed).
  • Good knowledge of Psychology curriculum to support teaching in BPS core Psychology areas
  • Good knowledge of research area in Cognitive/Systems/Computational neuroscience or Experimental Psychology to develop content and supervise UG student projects
  • Good knowledge of quantitative statistics, current transparent research practises and programming for data analysis and simulation (primarily in R; MATLAB, Python and others a welcome advantage),
and/or
  • Good knowledge of human EEG (including: experimental design, task development, data analysis (preferred platforms: MATLAB, EEGLAB/ERPLAB)
  • Experience in delivering high quality UG teaching (leading seminars, marking and providing high quality summative and formative feedback)
  • Experience in supervising UG projects/dissertations (preference for projects involving EEG, psychophysiology, eye-tracking and/or quantitative and computational data analysis)
  • Experience in using computational tools such as models, simulations or quantitative analysis methods in research.
  • Human research experience (particularly in cognitive/systems/computational neuroscience and/or using electrophysiological, eye-tracking, psychophysiological techniques) as demonstrated by publication record (accepted; submitted; in preparation) and/or successful grant applications
Desirable criteria
  • Higher Education teaching qualification (e.g. PGCAPHE or PGCHE)
  • Evidence of high self-motivation and ability to organise, plan and prioritise own work load
  • Being a team player able to engage actively with students and colleagues and contribute to the management and administration of the programme
  • A demonstrable understanding of, and commitment to working within, principles of equality and diversity

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