UCL Institute of Health Informatics


Use of Evidence Module Manager (Vacancy ref: 1809716)

Location: London Hours: 18.25 hours per week Salary: Grade 7 (£35,328 - £42,701) Closing Date: 30 June 2019 (h. 23.59) Interview Date: TBC

The purpose of the Module Manager is to provide administrative support for the Module Lead for Use of Evidence/e-Health in the review and development of module content. The postholder will manage the module timetabling and coordinate teaching across 5 years of the MBBS programme.

The main duties will include:

  • Administrative support for the Module Lead for Use of Evidence/e-Health in the review and development of module content, aims and objectives
  • Assist the Academic Module Lead in development of the new combined module.
  • Management of module timetabling and coordination of teaching across 5 years of the MBBS programme, including electronic presentation of timetables for students.
  • Development and maintenance of teaching materials including online resources and e-learning.
  • Recruitment and co-ordination of lecturers, tutors and others involved in the delivery of teaching.
  • Facilitating the provision of examination questions and OSCE stations from contributing teachers and tutors.
  • Effective communication with module students
  • To assist the Academic Module Lead with the Medical School’s Quality Assurance processes, reports and interventions.
  • To comply with the MBBS service standards including developing and maintaining Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
  • To work collaboratively with the central CPP team to ensure integration of Use of Evidence/e-Health into the overall CPP curriculum with a co-ordinated approach to the curriculum and meeting Medical School and GMC requirements.
  • To service a Module Management Group (MMG) each term and report back to the CPP Teaching Sub-Committee (TSC).
  • To underpin a high quality student experience.

Key requirements

  • A degree, NVQ III or equivalent tertiary level qualification, or substantial relevant experience
  • Administrative qualifications or proven relevant skills
  • Experience in a professional services role that carries responsibility, preferably in an academic environment
  • Ability to deliver a high quality service to students and internal/external colleagues and organisations.
  • Web content management knowledge.
  • High level competence in e-Learning systems/Virtual Learning Environments
  • Critical thinking skills including critical analysis and reasoning
  • Excellent communication skills (oral and written) with a wide audience.

How to apply

For an informal discussion about the role please contact Dr Amitava Banerjee (ami.banerjee@ucl.ac.uk).

For any assistance with the application process, please contact the Human Resources Team at the Institute of Health Informatics (ihi.hr@ucl.ac.uk).

Our department holds an Athena SWAN Bronze award, in recognition of our commitment to advancing gender equality.

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