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Panel members and assessors for the Teaching Excellence Framework

HEFCE wishes to appoint high-calibre individuals to work as panellists and assessors for the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).


These roles will form the TEF subject pilot panels and supplement the TEF Year Three panel.
Roles are available for:
• pilot subject panel chairs
• pilot subject panel deputy chairs
• panel members and assessors
Applications are sought from academics, student representatives, employer representatives, professional, statutory and regulatory body (PSRB) representatives, widening participation experts and employment experts.
For the TEF subject pilot roles, HEFCE welcomes candidates from all types of higher education provider. A small number of TEF Year Three roles are available for applicants with experience of higher education in further education colleges or alternative providers.
Approximately 100 part-time roles are available; fees payable vary depending on the role.
The deadline for applications is noon on Friday 6 October.
Further details on the panellist and assessor roles.
Contacts
• For press enquiries, contact one of the following:
• Liz McCarty, tel 0117 931 7431
• Henny Fordham, tel 0117 931 7087
• Helen Albon, tel 0117 931 7076
• Paul Whittemore, tel 0117 931 7460