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Half-Time Clinical Tutor (4 posts) (5 Year Fixed-T

Dublin Institute of Technology..

  • Dublin City Centre
  • Not disclosed
  • Temporary part-time
  • Updated 17/02/2013
  • Aisling Heyenga
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Please complete the online application form which can be found by clicking "click here to apply" below.  You will r


Please complete the online application form which can be found by clicking "click here to apply" below.  You will receive an acknowledgement by email immediately after submitting the form.  Interested applicants must fully complete the online application form as incomplete forms will not be accepted.  You may attach a CV to accompany your application form, but it is not sufficient to state "See CV" on the form. 

Latest day for receipt of applications on our online recruitment system is

17th February 2013

Late applications will not be accepted.

Tel: +353-1-402 7516

Fax: +353-1-402 3395


Please note, should you have any queries in relation to the submission of your application, support is available at the contact details listed above Monday – Friday, 09.00 – 17.00.   

You are also advised that you can only submit one application per competition.  Should you have any issues with your submission, please contact us.

Job Description:

The School of Physics, DIT, is seeking to appoint, on a half-time basis, a Clinical Tutor in each of four Clinical Measurement Science (CMS) disciplines - Cardiology, Neurophysiology, Respiratory, Vascular – of DIT’s CMS degree programme.  

The Clinical Tutor will be responsible for providing and developing clinical education through lectures, tutorials and hospital-site visits, and clinical competency testing for Year 3 and Year 4 students of DIT’s BSc Clinical Measurement Science.

The Clinical Tutor will be based in DIT and will liaise with relevant staff in DIT and with hospital-based staff in relation to the practice education of CMS students. This will involve travel to hospitals in Ireland. The Clinical Tutor will also assist with the development of educational initiatives, establish and maintain positive relationships with CMS practitioners, support the development of research in DIT and in the CMS profession.

Nature of the Post:

The post is half-time and is offered on a 5 year fixed-term basis, subject to the terms of the provisions of the Dublin Institute of Technology Acts 1992 to 2006 and any subsequent Acts replacing or amending these Acts and any orders and regulations made under these Acts will apply. 

This contract post is subject to public policy in respect of recruitment on the public sectors (for example as outlined in the ‘Employment Control Framework for Higher Education Sector’ published by the Higher Education Authority pursuant to the Moratorium on Recruitment and Promotions in the Public Service). It is a condition of this contract post, that if the Institute is obliged to terminate the post for reasons outside of its control (such as State policy), a redundancy will arise in respect of this position.

Key Duties:

  1. Clinical competency testing and assessment of Stage 3 and Stage 4 students of the Clinical Measurement Science degree programme.
  2. Development of Clinical Training Manuals and clinical competency tests for Stage 3 and Stage 4 students.
  3. Delivery of introductory clinical lectures to Stage 3 students and delivery of Stage 4 lectures.
  4. Providing tutorial support to students while on practice placement in Stage 3 and Stage 4.
  5. Attendance at and marking of case-study presentations and logbooks and project presentations.

Ref: 813707
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