The Role You will be joining a team with a well established reputation for high quality cutting edge education. As part of the role you will work in collaboration with London Ambulance Service NHS Trust (LAS), South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECamb) and South Central Ambulance Service NHS Trust. You will benefit from the Department of paramedics expertise in undergraduate and postgraduate degree education, and will be expected to take an active and developing role. Your role will be dependent on your background and experience, some of your role might be working in the brand new state of the art Dedicated Paramedic Simulation Centre. You will be involved on a variety of modules, assessments, marking and areas of student support. Lecturers in your area of expertise will be developed and your exposure to teaching designed to ensure an exciting and challenging progression. The role expects high quality, free thinking and innovation in clinical education and development. The Person An experienced and motivated paramedic on the HCPC register, you will bring high clinical standards together with an understanding of higher education in the paramedic profession. A proven track record of learning, teaching and assessment in higher education or trust education and mentorship would be desirable, though development opportunities will be provided. You will be expected and supported to obtain a PGCHE or equivalent in teaching and learning together with registration with the HEA once employed. Some experience of research and scholarship in the field of paramedic practice or education will be essential to succeed in this role.
The School of Health Sciences at City, University of London is seeking applications for the role of external examiner for modules contributing to the BSc/PGDip/MSc Public Health (District Nursing, Health Visiting and School Nursing) programme. Current NMC registration (adult), Specialist Practitioner Qualification (District Nursing) and non-medical prescribing qualification (either V100, V150 or V300) are essential. The successful candidate will work alongside the specialist community public health nurse external examiner and take responsibility for monitoring the quality of the coursework across various 15 credit modules including the community practitioner nurse prescribing module. They will also be required to consider any district nursing coursework submitted for the 60 credit master’s dissertation module. The successful candidate will be required to attend at least one assessment board a year and complete an annual report. They are also required to provide comments on proposed modifications and the development of programme content in their area of expertise. The post is for an initial period of three years, starting in September 2019. Whilst external examiner experience is desirable, we will also welcome expressions of interest from individuals new to this role. The successful candidate will be offered an induction programme and will be supported throughout the duration of their tenure. Expressions of interest and CV should be sent to Dr Caroline McGraw at email@example.com or Dr Val Thurtle at Valerie.Thurtle@city.ac.uk.