Jobs: London

Practice Tutor – MSc Advanced Clinical Practice (Degree Apprenticeship)

Opening Date:
7 May 2021
Closing Date:
27 May 2021
Salary Range:
Location:
Practice Tutor - XKXY803 MSc Advanced Clinical Practice (Degree Apprenticeship) Starting: Annually in February This online, practice-based programme is designed for experienced, registered health and care practitioners who are working towards a role of advanced clinical practice, which is characterised by a high degree of autonomy and complex decision making. In this programme apprentices develop their Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours as set out in the apprenticeship standard for Advanced Clinical Practice (ACP) and then these are collated to reflect the four pillars of ACP – Clinical, Education, Research and Leadership. They do this by enhancing their clinical skills through the analysis and synthesis of complex problems across a range of settings. Throughout the programme they have to demonstrate that they are encompassing the four pillars of advanced clinical practice by achieving core capabilities and area specific clinical competence. Throughout the programme apprentices are required to apply their learning to practice, where their competence will be assessed by their workplace supervisor. Practice Tutors will support apprentices across all modules of the programme:
  • KXY803 – Non-medical independent and supplementary prescribing (60 credits)
  • KXY804 – Developing Advanced Clinical Practice (60 credits)
  • KXY806 – Advancing Professional Practice (40 credits)
  • KXY807 – Advanced Clinical Practice – End Point Assessment (20 credits)
To work with us you will need access to the internet. For detailed information, and to apply online go to: - https://www.open.ac.uk/jobs/tutors/vacancies Closing date for Applications: 27th May 2021 - noon We promote diversity in employment and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Associate Lecturer

Opening Date:
7 May 2021
Closing Date:
27 May 2021
Category:
Salary Range:
Location:
K(XY)804 Developing advanced clinical practice Starting: Annually in October This module is the second year of our MSc Advanced Clinical Practice and the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice (Degree Apprenticeship) qualifications. During this module, students will closely link theory to their practice-based learning, developing skills in advanced clinical assessment and examination; diagnostics and decision-making; communication and collaboration; and manage complete episodes of care across the four pillars of advanced practice. The module’s main themes of interlinked study include:
  • Foundations for advanced thinking and practice
  • Communication and decision-making
  • Biomedical bases of advanced practice
  • Clinical consultation, history taking, planning and doing
  • Educating and leading through advanced practice
  • Developing self and others
  • Leading in practice.
There are 2 day schools at Milton Keynes Campus, six 2-hour online tutorials via Adobe Connect and blended learning using simulated practice videos, online tutor group forums, assimilative activities, interactive activities and productive activities. The main assessment components are:
  • TMA01 (formative) outline learning plan
  • TMA02 (summative) assessment plan
  • TMA03 (summative) critical reflection of a consultation
  • TMA04 (summative) presentation and application of teaching principles
  • EMA (summative) E-portfolio aligned to the specific nation-specific (and profession-specific) advanced practice framework across the 4 nations of the UK.
To work with us you will need access to the internet. For detailed information, and to apply online go to: - https://www.open.ac.uk/jobs/tutors/vacancies Closing date for Applications: 27th May 2021 - noon We promote diversity in employment and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

Senior Lecturer in Children’s Nursing (Education or Education & Research) and Programme Director

Opening Date:
29 Apr 2021
Closing Date:
20 May 2021
Category:
Salary Range:
Location:
This is an exciting new appointment with City University London, School of Health Sciences, with strong links to clinical practice. We are keen to appoint a Senior Lecturer who will also undertake the role of Programme Director for the Pre-Registration Children’s Nursing programmes. It is an exceptional opportunity for a senior academic in the field of Children’s Nursing to undertake a unique leadership and management role. This role is a dual appointment for a Senior Lecturer. In addition, the successful candidate will undertake the role of Programme Director for the Children’s Nursing programme (for a 3 year period initially). As a Programme Director role, the successful candidate will have the passion and drive to lead and develop our current Children’s Nursing programmes, ensuring modules deliver inspiring teaching, learning and assessment, resulting in excellent student experience. The role of Programme Director is in addition to that of Senior Lecturer and this attracts an additional responsibility allowance of £2,082 per annum. Senior Lecturer (Education route) Main Duties
  • To make a significant contribution to the leadership of educational activities of the School, in line with the Education & Student Strategy, ensuring education is of high quality, professionally relevant and informed by research and scholarship.
  • To undertake scholarship, conduct individual and, where appropriate, collaborative research in line with the University’s research strategy, develop a related-publications record and internal/external profile and contribute to income-generation activities.
  • To undertake scholarly activities designed to enhance education
  • To participate in activities related to enterprise and (where relevant to the role) professional practice.
  • To undertake administrative or management responsibilities, and play a part as a leader of the wider academic community, as appropriate to an academic role at this level.
  • To undertake other duties within the scope of the post, as reasonably requested by the Dean of School and Divisional Lead.
Senior Lecturer (Education and Research) Main Duties
  • To develop a personal research portfolio and related publications record in line with the University’s research strategy and an expert reputation at national/international level. To generate research income and engage in or lead collaborative research, including where appropriate, cross and/or interdisciplinary research and research with partners in professional practice. To make a significant contribution to educational activities and educational development within the School, in line with the University’s Education & Student Strategy, and play an appropriate role at University level in ensuring that education is of high quality and professionally relevant.
  • To maintain an up-to-date knowledge and understanding of relevant research activities within the School and the outcomes of wider disciplinary, pedagogic and practice-based research, in order to inform evidence-based approaches to education.
  • To undertake administrative or management responsibilities and play a part as a member/leader of the wider academic community, as appropriate to an academic role at this level.
  • To undertake other duties within the scope of the post, as reasonably requested by the Dean of School and Divisional Lead.
 

Lecturer /Senior Lecturer/ Reader in Food Policy

Opening Date:
26 Apr 2021
Closing Date:
23 May 2021
Category:
Salary Range:
Location:
Closing date extended to 23 May This is an exciting new appointment with City University London, School of Health Sciences. We are keen to make an appointment in the area of Food Policy. We are looking for someone to deliver research, education and impact activities of the highest quality, playing a key part in supporting the Centre in advancing its mission. The successful candidate will conduct research, teach and engage in impact activities and be committed to the vision and mission of the Centre. We are keen for this post to play a key role in building up new, impact-focused research programmes, and diversifying the educational offer of the Centre for Food Policy. Lecturer (Education and Research) Main Duties
  • To maintain an up-to-date knowledge and understanding of relevant research activities within the School and the outcomes of wider disciplinary, pedagogic and practice-based research, in order to inform evidence-based approaches to education.
  • To undertake scholarship, conduct individual and, where appropriate, collaborative research in line with the University’s research strategy, develop a related publications record and internal/external profile and contribute to income-generation activities.
  • To make a significant contribution to the educational activities of the School, in line with the University’s Education & Student Strategy, ensuring education is of high quality and professionally relevant.
  • To undertake scholarly activities designed to enhance education
  • To participate in activities related to enterprise, and (where relevant to the role) professional practice.
  • To undertake administrative or management responsibilities and play a part as a member/leader of the wider academic community, as appropriate to an academic role at this level.
  • To undertake other duties within the scope of the post, as reasonably requested by the Head of Department/Division/Faculty
Senior Lecturer / Reader (Education and Research) Main Duties
  • To develop a personal research portfolio and related publications record in line with the University’s research strategy and an expert reputation at national/international level. To generate research income and engage in or lead collaborative research, including where appropriate, cross and/or interdisciplinary research.
  • To make a significant contribution to, and at senior level within this grade take a lead on, educational activities and educational development within the School, in line with the University’s Education & Student Strategy, and play an appropriate role at University level in ensuring that education is of high quality and professionally relevant.
  • To maintain an up-to-date knowledge and understanding of relevant research activities within the School and the outcomes of wider disciplinary, pedagogic and practice-based research, in order to inform evidence-based approaches to education.
  • Make a significant contribution to activity for research and enterprise and the planning and management of such activities and (where relevant to the role) to sustain and develop value-adding links/engagement with professional practice.
  • To lead, carry out and/or co-ordinate administrative and management activities and play a part as a member of the wider academic community, as appropriate to an academic role at this level.
  • To undertake other duties within the scope of the post, as reasonably requested by the Head of Department/Division/Faculty.

Lecturer – MSc Healthcare Leadership

Opening Date:
19 Apr 2021
Closing Date:
21 May 2021
Category:
Institution:
Salary Range:
Location:
Shape a rewarding experience that fosters professional excellence From industry-leading teaching and insights to delivering everyday student support, you champion the professional requirements and standards of this tough but rewarding profession. Continually monitoring quality and improvement to foster the very best learner performance, you also help individuals overcome challenges throughout their diverse journey of placements and assessments. What you’ll be doing
  • Championing quality monitoring and continuous improvement in line with BPP standards
  • Undertaking module leadership as well as engaging and quality lecturing in line with the syllabus
  • Contributing to the analysis of programme quality indicators for programme and student performance
  • Supporting the shortlisting and interviewing of applicants
  • Facilitating Student Staff Liaison Committee
  • Contributing to the shortlisting and interviewing of applicants
  • Supporting student through the completion of academic work
  • Providing guidance to students related to the progression and completion of their studies
  • Advising and actioning student referrals to other University Central support services
  • Engaging in academic marking
  • Maintaining CPD
Join the BPP Family The world is changing. Help us disrupt, innovate, and build careers through education. Established for over 40 years, we’re a global education provider delivering diverse qualifications for professionals at every stage of their career. Committed? Passionate? Self-determined? Now’s your chance to be part of our exciting world. What we’re looking for
  • First Degree in a relevant area (postgraduate degree or in progress ideal)
  • Excellent communication skills and extensive industry understanding
  • Facilitate student feedback to aid learning
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent organisational skills and ability to work well as a team
  • Strong ability to prioritise, coordinate, manage and influence
  • Evidence of CPD
  • Experience of curriculum implementation, module reports and results preparation preferred
  • Teaching qualification (can be in progress) is also a huge plus
  • Experience of marking work and preparing results for Exam Boards is preferable
Sound like the perfect fit? Apply today. https://bpp-career.talent-soft.com/job/job-lecturer-msc-healthcare-leadership_658.aspx

External Examiner – BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing (Apprenticeship)

Opening Date:
29 Mar 2021
Closing Date:
31 May 2021
Salary Range:
Location:
The School of Nursing is seeking a qualified nurse educator to undertake the role of External Examiner for the BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing (Apprenticeship) programme, starting in September 2021. The School of Nursing is part of the Faculty of Health Social Care and Education, Kingston University and St George’s University London and the Adult Nursing programme is run at the Kingston Hill Campus. An experienced external examiner is required, who has experience of delivering apprenticeships. Applicants must hold current NMC registration as an adult nurse and hold a relevant teaching qualification. Ideally, they should have an understanding of the occupational standard for the registered nurse degree apprenticeship (RNDA) and the requirements of the Integrated End-Point Assessment for the RNDA. The School of Nursing operates an on-line submission, marking and feedback of assignments therefore experience of Turnitin, Canvas and Speed Grader would be desirable however training can be provided. The post requires external moderation of assessments, completion of an annual monitoring report and attendance at the relevant Boards of Examiners. You will also be expected to visit practice areas once per year. The External Examiner is required to submit an annual report, following which payment is made. Further information regarding the role of the External Examiner at KUSGUL can be found at https://www.kingston.ac.uk/externalexam/ The appointment will be for a full 4-year term. Full course details and documentation will be provided to the appointee and an induction day will be offered – to be held at the University or online following appointment. We are unable to accept applications from any University who has/has had External Examiner links with us in the last 5 years. Please submit expressions of interest and a CV to a.kettyle@sgul.kingston.ac.uk