Jobs: Kent

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Occupational Therapy

Opening Date:
16 Jul 2021
Closing Date:
5 Aug 2021
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Permanent 1.0 FTE Applications are invited for a Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Occupational Therapy. If you are an experienced HCPC registered Occupational Therapist, are enthusiastic about enhancing Occupational Therapy higher education and teaching our students, we would be pleased to hear from you. We have developed an exciting portfolio of courses (including an apprenticeship programme based delivered in the south east of England). You will join an ambitious academic team with shared research and professional interests in occupational justice, therapists’ entrepreneurship, improvement and implementation within the healthcare setting, and in mental health and wellbeing. Most of the time you will teach our Occupational Therapy students, however interprofessional education is a key part of our learning and teaching approach and you will teach other students on health, social care and public health programmes. The Role As a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer, you will use your previous teaching, or high-quality practice experience, as an Occupational Therapist to deliver specialist and generalist knowledge and skills to students at all HE levels. You will use different learning and teaching methods, sensitive to different cultures and students’ ways of learning. Using contemporary evidence, you will prepare students for future clinical practice which supports embedding research into practice for patient benefit. Your level of appointment will be in line with your previous experience and the University will offer you career development opportunities. You also work within an established and friendly group of academic and professional staff, and will contribute to enhancing the work and the reputation of the School as a whole, collaborating interprofessionally and effectively with colleagues in the Faculty, University and externally as appropriate. You will undertake scholarly activity, maintain or work towards being research active and contribute to the School’s enterprise and innovation within the UK and internationally. The nature of this contribution will vary according to your experience and your direction of work will be required to fit with the School’s strategic plans. We would particularly welcome applicants from those with an interest in innovation and entrepreneurship or occupational science / justice. You will use your knowledge of best practice in your profession and education methods, combined with excellent communication skills to support students in their learning to become safe, autonomous, competent Occupational Therapists. You will work closely with all stakeholders to co-produce teaching materials to create an inclusive environment for students. You will continue your own personal and professional development as an academic using the evidence base and research to inform teaching. Additional Information Informal enquiries to Chris Burton, chris.burton@canterbury.ac.uk, quoting job reference number REQ02169. Start date for applications: 16th July 2021 Closing date for applications: 5th Aug 2021 Interviews are to be held: 18th Aug 2021 Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience.

Clinical Academic Fellow in Radiography and Sonography

Opening Date:
15 Jul 2021
Closing Date:
31 Jul 2021
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2-year Fixed term contract Part time (0.4 FTE) Applications are invited for a Clinical Academic Fellow in Sonography. You will have a relevant postgraduate qualification, and recent clinical experience in advanced diagnostic ultrasound, along with sound wider knowledge of diagnostic radiography. This role includes teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate students, and it will be essential for your postgraduate qualification to be either an MSc or PgD Medical Ultrasound (or equivalent) that includes obstetric, pelvic and general medical ultrasound. Some experience of musculoskeletal ultrasound, including hernias and lumps & bumps, is also desirable. The Role As a Clinical Academic Fellow in Sonography, you will use your previous teaching, or high-quality practice experience as a radiographer-sonographer, to deliver specialist and generalist knowledge, and skills to students at all HE levels. You will use different learning and teaching methods, sensitive to different cultures and students’ ways of learning. Although for most of the time you will teach our Diagnostic Imaging students, interprofessional education is a key part of our learning and teaching approach and you will teach students from other professions. Using contemporary evidence, you will prepare students for future clinical practice which supports embedding research into practice for patient benefit. Your level of appointment will be in line with your previous experience and the University will offer you career development opportunities. You will work within an established small team of academic staff and will contribute to enhancing the work and the reputation of the School as a whole, collaborating interprofessionally and effectively with colleagues in the Faculty, University and externally as appropriate. You will undertake scholarly activity, maintain or work towards being research active and contribute to the School’s enterprise and innovation within the UK and internationally. The nature of this contribution will vary according to your experience and your direction of work will be required to fit with the School’s strategic plans. Requirements You will hold a current registration with the UK HCPC as a diagnostic radiographer, a BSc Diagnostic Radiography (or equivalent) and a PgD Medical Ultrasound (or equivalent). Additional Information Informal enquiries to Gill Dolbear at: gill.dolbear@canterbury.ac.uk Start date for applications: 15th July 2021 Closing date for applications: 31st July 2021 Interviews are to be held: TBC To gain further details about this post please visit our Vacancies page: www.canterbury.ac.uk If you require further information regarding the application process please contact the Recruitment Team at hr.recruitment@canterbury.ac.uk quoting reference number REQ02226. Please note applications must be made online via the University website; details sent directly via email cannot be considered. Prior consideration will be given to applicants in the University’s redeployment pool. No agencies, thank you.

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Operating Department Practice

Opening Date:
2 Jul 2021
Closing Date:
30 Jul 2021
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Applications are invited for a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Operating Department Practice at Canterbury Christ Church University. If you are an experienced UK-HCPC/NMC registered operating department practitioner or perioperative nurse, are enthusiastic about enhancing operating department practice higher education and teaching our students, we would be pleased to hear from you. You will join an established and ambitious subject team teaching on our apprenticeship, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Medway, and at times other students on health, social care and public health programmes at all HE levels on different University campuses and in practice education settings. Although this post is primarily advertised as a full time post we do have some flexibility around the hours we have to offer and may consider applicants for part-time positions. Please make it clear on your application what FTE/hours you would like to apply for. The Role: As a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer, you will use your previous teaching, or high-quality practice experience, as a perioperative practitioner to deliver specialist and generalist knowledge and skills to students at all HE levels. You will use different learning and teaching methods, sensitive to different cultures and students’ ways of learning. Although for most of the time you will teach our operating department practice students, interprofessional education is a key part of our learning and teaching approach and you will teach students from other professions. Using contemporary evidence, you will prepare students for future clinical practice which supports embedding research into practice for patient benefit. Your level of appointment will be in line with your previous experience and the University will offer you career development opportunities. You will work within an established and friendly group of academic and professional staff, and will contribute to enhancing the work and the reputation of the School as a whole, collaborating interprofessionally and effectively with colleagues in the Faculty, University and externally as appropriate. You will undertake scholarly activity, maintain or work towards being research active and contribute to the School’s enterprise and innovation within the UK and internationally. The nature of this contribution will vary according to your experience and your direction of work will be required to fit with the School’s strategic plans. We would particularly welcome applications from those with an interest in improvement methods or the implementation of evidence within perioperative practice. The Person: We welcome applications from UK HCPC/NMC registered experienced perioperative practitioners who have a minimum of a relevant first Honours degree and/or relevant professional experience. You will be able to offer high-quality practice knowledge and skills relevant to our ODP students, and be committed to inter-professional higher education. You will have a sound understanding of the UK statutory and professional requirements, evidence of active continuing professional development and have interest in developing your research expertise or extending this further. Applications must be made online via the University website at: https://staffspace.canterbury.ac.uk/ce0226li_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID%3d3780117sMY%1BUSESSION=A05D0EB6DB1A11EB8240BCA30282E16E&WVID=8653200bSZ&LANG=USA