Two Research/Teaching Assistants (f/m/d) for “Simulation in the Skills Lab / Drama Education” at Münster School of Health
What to expect
You will develop, implement and evaluate needs-based concepts for simulation-based learning for the higher education context and continuing education in the Skills and Innovation Lab.
You will be responsible for supporting teachers in the design of simulation-based teaching.
You will help staff and teachers to integrate simulation-based teaching into their courses.
You will focus on competency-based scenario and role development.
You will also maintain and expand existing cooperation in the field of simulation with partners at FH Münster, and promote networking.
You have a university degree in education.
Training in a healthcare profession is desirable.
You also have relevant professional experience in the field of simulation-based teaching and learning.
You enjoy conveying knowledge and getting young people excited about your subject area.
What to expect
We offer full-time employment (39 hours and 50 minutes), initially for a fixed term of two years.
You will receive remuneration up to pay grade 13 of the Public Sector Collective Agreement of the Federal States (TV-L), depending on your personal qualifications.
We give you the freedom to explore, with time flexibility, contemporary issues in the design, evaluation and further development of simulation-based teaching on a professional and interdisciplinary basis.
Supported by a wide range of training opportunities in teaching, you can gain relevant further qualifications.
We look forward to your online application by 15.12.2021. For reasons of data security, we kindly ask you to apply exclusively via our online form.
If you have any questions, please contact: Meike Schwermann, phone +49 251 83 65871.
At FH Münster University of Applied Sciences, we take a proactive stance against discrimination and inequality, and promote diversity.
The employment prerequisites and further information regarding the professorship are available on our homepage.