This post requires a DBS check - Adult Workforce. The Faculty of Health Sciences is a new and dynamic Faculty at the University of Hull. The Education and Research profile spans through Medicine, Nursing, Midwifery, Paramedicine, Allied Health, Social Work, Physiotherapy, Bio-Medical Science, Psychology to Sports Health and Exercise Science. The University of Hull has been praised for excellent student outcomes by a Government panel evaluating excellence in teaching in UK Universities. The University was awarded Silver in the Teaching Excellence Framework and we aim to build on this success and continue to strive for excellence in our teaching and student experience. Within the Faculty of Health Sciences we have developed the structure and content of our under graduate curricula to ensure that our students can meet the complex and evolving challenges that they face in practice. To support the current and future critical care provision, we are seeking an experienced, motivated and talented NMC registered critical care practitioner to join the programme team. The post holder will join a team of academic staff involved in the delivery of our under-graduate provision offered within the Faculty. The role requires a contribution to the planning, development, delivery, quality assurance and enhancement of our BSc (hons) and MSc Critical Care programmes. The role also requires engagement in scholarly activity related to clinical practice, policy or education. Teaching and supervision on all components of our continuing professional development programmes will be required. In addition, to a strong educational offer, the Faculty provides excellent opportunities for practitioners who wish to build their academic career. Supported by an internationally renowned professoriate and a commitment to continuing professional development, the Faculty encourages all academic staff to enhance their teaching skills through the development of scholarly activity.
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This post is full time, fixed term for 12 months at Band 6. The post is available as a result of a research grant from Yorkshire Cancer Research to improve lung cancer diagnosis. In this project, we are developing and testing a theoretically driven community-primary care linked intervention to improve both presentation to GPs by patients with potential lung cancer symptoms and referral of these patients, thereby reducing the proportion diagnosed with advanced cancer. This post has been created to work within the project to conduct qualitative work. We are using a focused ethnographic method to identify and describe everyday views and narratives of lung cancer in Hull and determine whether and how these narratives change over the course of the intervention. We are working with community organisations and conducting community events about lung symptoms and lung health. In addition, observation and interviews will be carried out within some of the GP practices in our study. The post will be based within the Academy of Primary Care, which is part of the Institute for Clinical and Applied Health Research, based on the University of Hull campus. More information about the Academy of Primary Care can be found at www.hyms.ac.uk/primarycare You will be educated to PhD level and have expertise in health service research methodologies and qualitative research data collection and analysis in particular. The Hull York Medical School holds a Silver Athena SWAN award. We value diversity and we are committed to recruiting and supporting staff and students from all sectors of society.
This post will be for a fixed term period of one year to provide cover for an academic team member who is undertaking academic work on sabbatical leave. Wrexham Glyndwr University seeks to appoint a Professional Lead for Occupational Therapy within the Faculty of Social and Life Sciences. The Faculty of Social and Life Sciences has a strong reputation in the design and delivery of innovative programmes that reflect today's health sector employment needs. Our courses are designed to have relevance, with practical applications to real world settings. We aim to ensure that students will gain not only a valuable qualification, but also transferable skills to allow them to fulfil their ambitions. The Professional Lead will undertake line management tasks as delegated by the Associate Dean as well as developing innovative programmes to grow the portfolio. The post-holders will work collaboratively with other professional disciplines to ensure an appropriately inter-professional curriculum and working practices are developed and maintained. The portfolio area currently offers undergraduate and taught post-graduate courses with a clear vocational theme. Wrexham Glyndwr University’s commitment to being ’rooted in the community’ is exemplified by the external engagement activities of the faculty areas staff and students and in our exciting new collaborative developments. The University is interested in applicants who are keen to develop their careers further by taking on an academic leadership and managerial role at an important time in the development of the University. The role will support the development and delivery of innovative, progressive, coherent academic programmes based on authoritative subject knowledge and relevant practice based clinical experience. The role will require an excellent communicator with proven ability of working with others in a co-operative and collaborative capacity to motivate and lead teams to achieve their objectives. This role presents an exciting opportunity to contribute to the future direction of the faculty. Engagement at national and international level with relevant government, health board and other high level stakeholders is a vital part of the role so the role-holder will need to demonstrate an aptitude for such stakeholder engagement and the ability to see ‘the bigger picture’ regarding strategic initiatives and challenges facing the health and higher education sectors.
The University of Lincoln has established a reputation as one of the most dynamic, fastest growing universities in the UK. Situated in the heart of a beautiful and historic city it has built an international reputation for the quality of its teaching and research. The School of Health and Social Care is forward thinking and ambitious with plans to further develop education for Allied Health Professionals at pre and post-registration levels. We are committed to inter-professional and collaborative working in teaching and research. The successful candidate will join a team committed to enhancing the health and social well-being of people across Lincolnshire and further afield. The School works with providers with the aim of transforming services for the benefit of people accessing the service and their families. This Associate Professor post will have a significant leadership role within the school. The role holder will work to support the diversification of our business, the development of our educational portfolio, and the enhancement of teaching and learning quality and innovation. The post will require the Associate Professor to demonstrate strong interpersonal skills, to develop and sustain excellent working relationships with external agencies across the health and social care sector. You will join a team of experienced Associate Professors to provide leadership to staff delivering programmes across our portfolio, you will oversee a portfolio of courses which will include our allied health provision and support the Head and Deputy Heads of School. You should be able to demonstrate evidence of innovation in curriculum design and development, have experience of programme leadership, and understand the quality requirements associated with programmes approved by the Health and Care Professions Council. We are seeking to expand our portfolio of allied health provision at pre and post-registration levels and you will be leading many of these developments. We are looking for candidates who are dynamic, adaptable and innovative and who have excellent communication skills. They must have a ‘can do’ approach and be driven to achieve. They should demonstrate substantive evidence of meeting deadlines and should have attention to detail in all they do. https://jobs.lincoln.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=CSS276C Interview date: Thursday 9th January
The Faculty of Health and Social Sciences is a vibrant and innovative environment containing five academic departments: Medical Science and Public Health, Nursing Science, Midwifery and Health Sciences, Rehabilitation and Sport Science and Social Sciences and Social Work. The Physician Associate School sits within the Department of Medical Science & Public Health. We are investing in some exciting new positions to further align our teaching and research portfolio toward BU’s 2025 strategic investment in Medical Sciences. We are working together with the NHS and Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group to realise the joint benefit of a new workforce of Physician Associates in Dorset. As a Clinical Lecturer on the Physician Associate programme, you will be involved in course planning for our students, course delivery, and student assessment. You will have the opportunity to develop your own research interests and lead, or contribute to grant writing, study design and protocol development, and ethics applications. Depending on the nature of your research activity, you may need to spend time at local NHS sites. You will also contribute to postgraduate education delivery where appropriate. You will be a qualified healthcare practitioner (doctor, nurse, paramedic, physiotherapist, physician associate, pharmacist or other advanced healthcare practitioner), with a commitment to clinical research and/or medical education. Post-graduate research qualifications, or an intention to undertake a higher research degree is desirable, and we will look to support those wishing to pursue this. You will be research active, developing and establishing a Physician Associate research programme, and committed to a culture of academic excellence and continuous improvement. Applicants are encouraged to continue some clinical work to maintain their clinical knowledge and professional registration. Job sharing options will be considered to accommodate this.
The Faculty of Health and Social Sciences is a vibrant and innovative environment containing five academic departments: Medical Science and Public Health, Nursing Science, Midwifery and Health Sciences, Rehabilitation and Sport Science and Social Sciences and Social Work. The Institute of Medical Imaging and Visualisation (IMIV) sits within the Department of Medical Science & Public Health. We are investing in some exciting new positions to further align our teaching and research portfolio toward BU’s 2025 strategic investment in Medical Sciences. We are working together with the NHS and Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group to realise the joint benefit of a new MRI Scanner that will be based in Bournemouth University. As a Clinical Imaging Fellow at IMIV you would be involved in the research and educational output of the IMIV. You will be expected to be available to work within Bournemouth University’s MRI Suite on 1 day each week, to supervise clinical and research imaging if required. You will have the opportunity to develop your own research interests and lead, or contribute to grant writing, study design and protocol development, ethics applications. Depending on the nature of your research activity, you may need to spend time at local NHS sites. You will also contribute to education delivery where appropriate across the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. You will be a qualified medical doctor in speciality training, with a commitment to clinical research and/or medical education in the field of medical imaging. Post-graduate research qualifications, or an intention to undertake a higher research degree is desirable, and we will look to support those wishing to pursue this. You will be research active and committed to a culture of academic excellence and continuous improvement. Applications are welcome from those with particular expertise in the areas of oncological, gastrointestinal or hepatopancreaticobiliary imaging, but we will consider trainees with interests in other areas of clinical imaging. This post is available on a fixed-term basis for 24 months. This post is available part-time for 0.2 FTE. Applicants are required to submit a letter of support from their training programme director or equivalent with their application.
Can you drive change that makes a difference for people in our care? We are seeking to recruit an experienced and dynamic Academic Subject Leader to lead a team of Allied Health Professionals in the development of a rapidly expanding portfolio of flexible, innovative and current allied health programmes to strengthen the ‘Culture of Care’ in Gloucestershire. Contact Lorraine Dixon, Head of School – Health and Social Care telephone 07920708942 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Closing date: Monday 25th November 2019 Interview date: Friday 6th December 2019 The University understands the benefits of recruiting a diverse range of people and welcome applications from under-represented sections of the community. https://jobs.glos.ac.uk/wrl/pages/vacancy.jsf?latest=00052848
The School of Health and Social Care are looking to recruit to a number of positions to join the rapidly growing, innovative nursing team We require applicants to be:
- Currently registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council
- Credible practice experience in Adult Nursing
- Enthusiastic and credible in educating others
- Passionate about making a difference for people in our care
- Keen to support nurses of the future to care for themselves in order to care for others
- Committed to contributing to a team vision of creating a ‘Culture of Care’ in nursing for service users, students and colleagues
Grade 7 We are looking for an energetic, enthusiastic and Lecturer to join the Paramedic Academic team to develop and deliver the newly designed BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science Level 6 programme, and contribute to a range of programmes within the School of Health and Social Care. This post also offers an exciting opportunity for you to be involved in moving the School forward with its strategic plan to deliver a sustainable health and social care workforce for Gloucestershire in collaboration with our strategic partners South West Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust. You will have substantial clinical experience, education delivery and experience of supporting pre and post registration students. You must be a UK registered healthcare professional with experience of Paramedic Education. You must hold a first degree in a relevant area, and ideally hold or currently be completing a higher degree. As an academic you will be expected to have a Post Graduate Certificate in Education or complete the University of Gloucestershire’s Post Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice in the first year of your appointment. This post requires a DBS check. For an informal discussion, please contact Lorraine Dixon Head of School, Health and Social Care, email@example.com, 07920 708942 or via her PA Toni Gronow on 01242 714 594 Interview date: TBC https://jobs.glos.ac.uk/wrl/pages/vacancy.jsf?latest=00052846
Grade 8 We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced academic to lead the co production and delivery of BSc (Hons) Operating Department Practice direct entry and apprenticeship programme, with our NHS partners and service users. This post also offers an exciting opportunity for you to be involved in moving the School forward with its strategic plan to deliver a sustainable health and social care workforce for Gloucestershire in collaboration with our strategic partners. You will have substantial clinical experience, experience of supporting pre-registration students, curriculum development and experience of teaching and assessing within Higher Education is essential. You must be a UK registered Operating Department Practitioner with the HCPC and be able to demonstrate evidence of your professional development. You must hold a first degree in a relevant area, and ideally hold or currently be completing a higher degree. As an academic you will be expected to have a Post Graduate Certificate in Education or complete the University of Gloucestershire’s Post Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice in the first year of your appointment. For an informal discussion please contact Lorraine Dixon, Head of School, firstname.lastname@example.org, 07920 708942 or via her PA Toni Gronow on 01242 714594 Closing date: Monday 25th November at 12:00pm Interviews: TBC https://jobs.glos.ac.uk/wrl/pages/vacancy.jsf?latest=00052845