There is an exciting opportunity to join the University of Leicester's School of Allied Health Professions as a Lecturer in Midwifery, delivering the UK’s first 4-year undergraduate Master in Science with Leadership programme. You will join our developing Midwifery academic team who are highly motivated and committed to delivering cutting edge professional education in partnership with students and our clinical colleagues. Additionally this post provides excellent opportunities for collaboration and inter-professional learning and working. Our approach to the academic career structure encourages a balance between breadth and specialisation. We highlight the central importance of teaching and research while encouraging all colleagues to develop their contributions to and achievements in areas such as enterprise, engagement, citizenship and leadership. In this role you will undertake teaching, scholarship and administrative duties in line with the School of Allied Health Professions teaching and research strategies. To be successful in this role you will be a Nursing and Midwifery Council Registered Midwife with teaching experience in midwifery education. You will have a degree in Midwifery or a related subject and a relevant masters degree (or near completion). You will also have experience of the management and delivery of midwifery education programmes and experience in midwifery practice, for example the newborn and infant physical examination and perinatal mental health. As an experienced practitioner and educator you will have the ability to facilitate student learning using a comprehensive range of delivery methods including lectures, seminars and tutoring. You will be confident in reviewing, evaluating and developing the key skills of students, being able to develop resource materials to enhance teaching quality. For more information and to apply visit: https://jobs.le.ac.uk/vacancies/1164/lecturer-in-midwifery-teaching-focused.html
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Salary: Lecturer: £33,199 - £39,609 pro rata pa dependent on skills and experience Senior Lecturer: £39, 609 - £50,132 pro rata pa dependent on skills and experience FTE: Part time working 22.2 hours per week (0.6 fte) Duration of Contract: Permanent An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our friendly and dynamic Physiotherapy team within the School of Health and Social Work. You will play an essential role both in the delivery and the continual development of our educational programmes, which are designed to enhance the profile of the physiotherapy profession in the UK. You will be expected to undertake teaching and assessment of undergraduate and postgraduate students in Physiotherapy modules at the University or at their placement or place of work in addition to playing a part in taking forward the research strategy within the Department and in developing the research environment alongside other physiotherapy staff. The Senior Lecturer post will also involve undertaking a leading role in learning through the development of course materials, including online content, as well as undertaking necessary administrative, tutorial and laboratory activities. Possible supervision of postgraduate research projects (e.g. MSc Physiotherapy) will also be a part of the Senior Lecturer role. We are looking for a proactive and experienced HCPC registered physiotherapist, with recent clinical and/or educational experience in the UK with a focus on cardiorespiratory practice. This post would suit a physiotherapy educator with cardiorespiratory experience or applicants with cardiorespiratory experience in a range of clinical settings. For either, experience of research methods would be desirable. Applicants will be required to be registered as a Physiotherapist with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). For an informal discussion, please contact Karen Atkinson on 01707 286108 email@example.com or Karen Beeton on 01707 284114 firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Suffolk is seeking to appoint a new External Examiner to support the three - year pre-registration Adult Nursing programme. This programme is the first in the region approved to deliver the new NMC Standards and presents an exciting opportunity for the post holder. Elements to be examined will include generic and field specific modules across provision at levels 4, 5 and 6. Applications are welcomed from suitably qualified academics with experience of the delivery and assessment of similar programmes. Previous experience as an External Examiner would be particularly beneficial. The appointment will commence from 1 September 2019 for a period of four years. All External Examiner appointments are subject to approval by the External Examiners Appointment Panel Please send expressions of interest together with a current CV to: Mary Carter & Donna Page Course Leaders for the Adult Nursing BSc programme 01473 338543 or 01473 338101 Email: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecturer or Associate Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing 1.0 FTE - 1 Year Fixed Term Salary within the range of: £35,211 to £40,792 per annum (Lecturer), or £30,395 to £34,189 per annum (Associate Lecturer) The School of Health Sciences has an ambitious vision for the future and to help us achieve it we are seeking a Lecturer or Associate Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing to join our academic team to support the delivery of our BSc Mental Health Nursing and Mental Health Nursing Apprenticeship provision. The successful applicant will be registered with the NMC as a Mental Health Nurse and will joining an established team. They will play an integral role in the development of the profession, have contemporary clinical practice experience in Mental Health Nursing and should be passionate about enhancing the student experience. You should use the selection criteria in the Job Descriptions to determine the job level most appropriate to your experience to date (Lecturer or Associate Lecturer), and be clear on your application for which level you are applying. The post-holder will be based at our Ipswich campus but be willing to travel to deliver teaching at sites across the East of England. Closing date: Noon on 21 June 2019 Interview date: 1 July 2019 Application details and contacts for informal discussion, may be obtained from our website http://www.uos.ac.uk/jobs
The School of Health and Social Care is seeking to appoint a part-time, fixed term, Lecturer in Nursing focussing on practice education. We would particularly welcome applications from individuals that are keen to contribute actively to excellence in education by supporting the interpersonal relationships between students and their placement providers. Applicants should have a strong commitment to team working and to enhancing the contribution of both education and evidence based practice in Nursing. The successful candidate will be expected to deliver excellent education, to contribute to the administration and management of the School, and to the local, regional and international profile of the School. We have a high reputation for our innovative educational delivery of Nursing programmes (in the top 15 in the National Student Survey for overall student satisfaction, 100% Employability, ranked gold in 2017 for the Teaching Excellence Framework, 2nd in England for Nursing in the Guardian League Table and named University of the Year 2018). We aim for excellence in research as well as in education and are looking for candidates who can contribute to both. In April 2017 we were awarded a silver Athena SWAN award which recognises the commitment the School has toward equality and development of an inclusive culture, promoting dignity and respect. These are, of course, qualities that are also endorsed by the values of the NHS constitution with which all staff and students engage. Overseen by our active Equality and Diversity committee we continually strive to improve the embedding of policy in our working together. Please see the further detail in the link below for a full job description, person specification and more information relating to this post. https://vacancies.essex.ac.uk/tlive_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=038766JtoU&WVID=9918109NEm&LANG=USA
FTE 1.0 fte working 37 hours (or pro rata) per week. Part-time considered. Permanent, Salary UH8 £39,609 pa to £50,132 pa increasing by annual increments. Interview date - 17 July 2019 An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic midwifery lecturer registered with the NMC to join our dedicated and friendly team of midwifery lecturers in the Department of Allied Health Professions and Midwifery. Main responsibilities & duties The successful applicant will be expected to participate in teaching, assessment and module management on the programmes delivered by the midwifery education team within the School and have the opportunity to contribute to research. You will contribute to the administration of the School by undertaking additional roles, such as module lead, or by joining teams involved in other activities such as admissions, timetabling or programme support. The School organises short courses and provides occasional lectures to other Departments and Schools; contributions to these activities may be anticipated. You will be required to play a full role as a personal tutor and other administrative activities as deemed appropriate. Skills and experience You will be an experienced midwife committed to enhancing the profile of midwifery education with some experience in supporting and/or teaching students. Ideally you will also have research or audit experience. You will be able to work effectively and adaptably both within a team and without close supervision, and will be willing to contribute to inter-professional teaching and learning activities. Qualifications You will have a good first degree in midwifery and have, or be close to completing, a Masters' degree or a doctoral qualification. Informal Enquiries to:
The University of Suffolk is seeking to appoint a new External Examiner to support the three - year pre-registration Adult Nursing programme. This programme is the first in the region approved to deliver the new NMC Standards and presents an exciting opportunity for the post holder. Elements to be examined will include generic and field specific modules across provision at levels 4, 5 and 6. Applications are welcomed from suitably qualified academics with experience of the delivery and assessment of similar programmes. Previous experience as an External Examiner would be particularly beneficial. The appointment will commence from 1ST September 2019 for a period of four years. All External Examiner appointments are subject to approval by the External Examiners Appointment Panel. Please send expressions of interest together with a current CV to: Mary Carter & Donna Page Course Leaders for the Adult Nursing BSc programme 01473 338543 or 01473 338101 Email: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org The closing date for applications is 30th June 2019.
The School of Health Sciences is seeking to appoint an external examiner to the FdA Health and Wellbeing course. Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced registrants. All appointments are subject to the candidate meeting the University’s criteria for appointment. Tenure will normally be for a period of four years. There are 2 intakes per year for the FdA Course, delivered across a number of geographical areas. The foundation degree is currently offered as part of the Assistant Practitioner standard, the Trainee Nursing Associate standard (subject to validation) and is also validated as a standalone programme. The assessment boards are held at the University of Suffolk, Waterfront Building in Ipswich, Suffolk. You will be joining a team of external examiners supporting the School with a number of undergraduate and pre-registration programmes in health care. As an External Examiner you will be expected to:
- Have current registration with the NMC
- Be employed in Higher Education
- Review samples of examination/essay scripts and other assessed materials, advising module assessment boards on the content and standard of assessments.
- Attend a minimum of 2 assessment boards a year.
- Undertake an annual visit to practice, to meet with students and mentors.
- Review new modules in preparation for validation events.
- Advise on academic misconduct and appeal cases.
- Submit an annual report to the University Quality Boards.