Jobs: External examiner opportunities

External Examiner – Master in Public Health & MSc Health & Social Care

Opening Date:
20 Jan 2020
Closing Date:
21 Feb 2020
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The University of Wolverhampton is seeking to appoint a Module and Award external examiner to oversee our the provision of the Master in Public Health/MSc Health & Social Care courses. The appointment will commence next academic year (2020/21)for a tenure period of four years. All External Examiner appointments are subject to approval by the University Academic Board, therefore you must not have had any formal links with the University o Wolverhampton within the last five years. Role Requirements: (further details of the module duties will be provided prior to formal application or on request) We are seeking candidates whose areas of expertise would enable him or her to monitor the quality of these courses and externally moderate assessed work. External examiners are required to attend at least one assessment board a year and complete an annual report. External examiners are also required to provide comments on proposed modifications and the development of new modules within their area of expertise. The post is for an initial period of 4 years, starting in 2020– 2024 Interested persons should send their CV to following e-mail address FEHWQuality@wlv.ac.uk Closing date is 20/02/2020 Please quote Ref No: MPH20.01.20

External Examiner – MSc Adult Nursing (Pre-Registration)

Opening Date:
20 Jan 2020
Closing Date:
14 Feb 2020
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The Department of Nursing at Manchester Metropolitan University is seeking to appoint an External Examiner for the following programme:
  • MSc Adult Nursing (Pre-Registration)
The appointment starts as soon as possible, with a standard tenure of four academic years and one term. Duties include moderation of assignment briefs and student work, completion of an annual report and potential consultation on Programme modifications. Requirements for this role include:
  • Applicant should be an NMC Registered Nurse (essential)
  • Have experience of accelerated programmes (desirable)
  • Have an understanding of pre-entry requirements (desirable).
If you are interested and eligible, please apply to External_Examining@mmu.ac.uk Please state the programme titles in the subject line of your email and include the following:
  • Full CV
  • Scanned copy of your Right to Work evidence in colour (Double page of your passport or British Resident Permit)
  • Details of any other External Examining appointments you currently hold, including the start and end dates of these appointments
  • Details of any involvement you have had with Manchester Metropolitan in the past five years
Expressions of interest should be sent no later than 14th February 2020 The annual fee for this External Examining post is £400. NOTE: You will not be eligible for this role if you have had a close involvement with Manchester Metropolitan University or a collaborative partner within the past five years. ‘Close involvement’ may be defined as having been a member of staff, governor or student of the University, or possessing a close professional, contractual or personal relationship with a member of staff or student with an involvement in the Programme (including involvement in collaborative research activity).

External Examiner – BSc Paramedic Science and Nursing Studies (child and mental health)

Opening Date:
27 Jan 2020
Closing Date:
07 Feb 2020
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The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences requires an External Examiner to support its Professional Preparation Programmes. The School of Health Sciences at the University of Surrey is a vibrant and innovative school, offering a broad range of educational programmes in healthcare. We are seeking to appoint replacement external examiners for the Schools pre-registration programmes for nursing studies and paramedic science. External examiners are required to review and evaluate assessment marking; be a member of the Board of Examiners and attend meetings; comment and give advice on programme content, balance and structure; and to complete an annual report as part of the University of Surreys quality assurance mechanisms. The University requires external examiners to attend a minimum of one Board of Examiners meeting per year. Experience of external examining would be an advantage but is not essential. All appointments are subject to meeting the University’s criteria for the appointment of external examiners. Applicants should be registered with the HCPC for the Paramedic Programme and the NMC for the Nursing programmes. The successful applicants would be appointed with effect from April 2020 for a term of four academic years. An External Examiner is required for the following programmes:
  • BSc Paramedic Science - Levels 5 and 6
  • BSc Nursing Studies (Mental Health) - Levels 5, 6,7
  • BSc - Nursing Studies (Child) Levels 5 and 6
Informal enquiries can be made to the programme leads see below and by application which is by submission of CV by email or post to Paramedic Science: Mr Simon Bettles Director of Studies (HCPC) School of Health Sciences Kate Granger Building, Priestley Road, Surrey Research Park, Guildford, GU2 7YH Telephone 01483 689774 or e-mail s.bettles@surrey.ac.uk Nursing Studies: Dr Wendy Grosvenor Director of Studies for Nursing School of Health Sciences Kate Granger Building, Priestley Road, Surrey Research Park, Guildford, GU2 7YH Telephone 01483 68 4613 or e-mail w.grosvenor@surrey.ac.uk

External Examiner – MSc/PG Dip Advanced Critical Care Practitioner

Opening Date:
21 Jan 2020
Closing Date:
23 Feb 2020
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We are seeking to appoint a Subject External Examiner for the MSc/PGDip Advanced Critical Care Practitioner programme. This is an exciting and innovative full time programme of study at Master’s level, where the trainee will exit after completion of the programme with 120 Masters level credits. This course will train clinicians to become competent Advanced Critical Care Practitioners over a 2 year period then they complete the third year option would allow the ACCP’s to develop a clinical focussed project; this innovative project would enhance practice and allow for developmental recommendations to be made to complete their MSc. The course is based on the National Curriculum and Syllabus for ACCPs published by the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine. This position does require the External Examiner to be a Consultant Intensivist or Senior ACCP and have experience of HEI practice. The appointment will be for 4 years from October 2019 and the commitment required is as follows:
  • To attend an assessment panel per year and the submission of an annual external examiner report.
  • To review a range of coursework throughout the year
  • To attend one assessment event per year if appropriate (for example, OSCE or oral presentation)
  • To engage in communication with the programme team
  • To carry out at least one interim engagement per year (which may take the form of a ‘virtual’ visit by video conference/Skype in recognition of the logistical difficulties presented by Plymouth’s geographical location) and at least one face to face visit during the term of office to obtain feedback from staff and to strengthen their engagement with the ongoing teaching and learning process
All appointments are subject to the candidate meeting the University’s criteria for appointment. If you would like to be considered for this, please submit a CV by email to extexhhs@plymouth.ac.uk by Sunday 23rd February 2020 or for further information email: Programme Lead rachel.pascoe@plymouth.ac.uk

External Examiner – BSc / MSc Healthcare Practice Programme

Opening Date:
24 Jan 2020
Closing Date:
01 May 2020
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The Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education is seeking to appoint an external examiner for its Advanced Clinical Practice pathway, specifically musculoskeletal and non-medical prescribing, within the BSc and MSc Healthcare Practice programmes. The tenure is for four years with effect from August 2020. The Advanced Clinical Practice pathway is validated by St George’s University of London and include a range of specialist clinically focused modules and sub-pathways. Details of our workforce development modules can be found at http://www.healthcare.ac.uk/workforce-development/. The appointed examiner will be expected to attend up to six examination boards each year which are held at our St George’s site in Tooting (easily accessible by public transport) and submit an annual report. Expenses will be reimbursed and an induction will be offered. For further information please Lee Lui, MSc Healthcare Practice Course Director (L.Lui@sgul.kingston.ac.uk) Applications should be made by CV to Lee Lui together with a brief summary indicating any previous external examining experience.

External Examiner- BSc / MSc Healthcare Practice Programme (Research-focused modules)

Opening Date:
24 Jan 2020
Closing Date:
01 May 2020
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The Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education is seeking to appoint an external examiner for its research-focused modules within the BSc and MSc Healthcare Practice programmes. The tenure is for four years with effect from August 2020. These are post-qualifying workforce development modules offered at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. They are validated by St George’s University of London and include a range of specialist clinically focused pathways, predominantly aimed at existing nurses and paramedics. Details of our workforce development modules can be found at http://www.healthcare.ac.uk/workforce-development/. The appointed examiners will review comparable modules from both programmes. The examiner will also be expected to attend up to six examination boards each year which are held at our St George’s site in Tooting (easily accessible by public transport) and submit an annual report. Expenses will be reimbursed and an induction will be offered. For further information please contact Claire Smitheram, BSc Healthcare Practice Course Director (C.Smitheram@sgul.kingston.ac.uk) or Lee Lui, MSc Healthcare Practice Course Director (L.Lui@sgul.kingston.ac.uk) Applications should be made by CV to Claire Smitheram or Lee Lui together with a brief summary indicating any previous external examining experience.

External Examiner – BSc/MSc Healthcare Practice Programme (Psychosocial and mental health modules)

Opening Date:
24 Jan 2020
Closing Date:
01 May 2020
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The Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education is seeking to appoint an external examiner for its psychosocial and mental health modules within the BSc and MSc Healthcare Practice programmes. The tenure is for four years with effect from August 2020. These are post-qualifying workforce development modules offered at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. They are validated by St George’s University of London and include a range of specialist clinically focused pathways, predominantly aimed at existing nurses and paramedics. Details of our workforce development modules can be found at http://www.healthcare.ac.uk/workforce-development/. The appointed examiners will review comparable modules from both programmes. The examiner will also be expected to attend up to six examination boards each year which are held at our St George’s site in Tooting (easily accessible by public transport) and submit an annual report. Expenses will be reimbursed and an induction will be offered. For further information please contact Claire Smitheram, BSc Healthcare Practice Course Director (C.Smitheram@sgul.kingston.ac.uk) or Lee Lui, MSc Healthcare Practice Course Director (L.Lui@sgul.kingston.ac.uk) Applications should be made by CV to Claire Smitheram or Lee Lui together with a brief summary indicating any previous external examining experience.

External Examiner – BSc / MSc Healthcare Practice Programme (Midwifery modules)

Opening Date:
24 Jan 2020
Closing Date:
01 May 2020
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The Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education is seeking to appoint an external examiner for its midwifery modules within the BSc and MSc Healthcare Practice programmes. The tenure is for four years with effect from August 2020. These are post-qualifying workforce development modules offered at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. They are validated by St George’s University of London and include a range of specialist clinically focused pathways, predominantly aimed at existing midwives. Details of our workforce development modules can be found at http://www.healthcare.ac.uk/workforce-development/. The appointed examiners will review comparable modules from both programmes. The examiner will also be expected to attend up to six examination boards each year which are held at our St George’s site in Tooting (easily accessible by public transport) and submit an annual report. Expenses will be reimbursed and an induction will be offered. For further information please contact Claire Smitheram, BSc Healthcare Practice Course Director (C.Smitheram@sgul.kingston.ac.uk) or Lee Lui, MSc Healthcare Practice Course Director (L.Lui@sgul.kingston.ac.uk) Applications should be made by CV to Claire Smitheram or Lee Lui together with a brief summary indicating any previous external examining experience.

External Examiner – BSc and MSc Pre-registration Learning Disabilities Nursing

Opening Date:
17 Jan 2020
Closing Date:
01 May 2020
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Teesside University, School of Health & Life Sciences, is seeking to appoint an External Examiner for our MSc (Hons) and MSc Nursing Studies (Learning Disabilities) courses. External Examiner appointments are for a period of four years, commencing immediately following approval of appointment. To apply for this post please email Dr Mike Fleet, m.fleet@tees.ac.uk.

External Examiner – BSc/MSc Healthcare Practice Programme (Neonatal and Paediatric Critical Care)

Opening Date:
24 Jan 2020
Closing Date:
01 May 2020
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The Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education is seeking to appoint an external examiner for a range of neonatal and paediatric critical care module within the BSc and MSc Healthcare Practice programmes. The tenure is for four years with effect from August 2020. These are post-qualifying workforce development modules offered at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. They are validated by St George’s University of London and include a range of specialist clinically focused pathways, predominantly aimed at nurses. Details of our workforce development modules can be found at http://www.healthcare.ac.uk/workforce-development. The appointed examiners will review comparable modules from both programmes. The examiner will also be expected to attend up to six examination boards each year which are held at our St George’s site in Tooting (easily accessible by public transport) and submit an annual report. Expenses will be reimbursed and an induction will be offered. For further information please contact Claire Smitheram, BSc Healthcare Practice Course Director (C.Smitheram@sgul.kingston.ac.uk) or Lee Lui, MSc Healthcare Practice Course Director (L.Lui@sgul.kingston.ac.uk) Applications should be made by CV to Claire Smitheram or Lee Lui together with a brief summary indicating any previous external examining experience.