Jobs: Scotland

Lecturer in Occupational Therapy

Opening Date:
1 Jul 2020
Closing Date:
12 Jul 2020
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Lecturer in Occupational Therapy School of Health Sciences Division of Occupational Therapy & Arts Therapies 35 hours per week (1.0FTE) / Open Ended Grade 8: £39,152 - £49,553 per annum (with possible progression to £55,751 per annum) Ref: CVAT055A We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join the Occupational Therapy team. Applications are welcomed from suitably qualified occupational therapists who possess practice, education and research experience. You will hold a postgraduate degree; have relevant post qualification experience and evidence of active continuing professional development. You will possess interpersonal skills that will enable you to display leadership and innovation and you will work effectively with colleagues, students and networks. This position of Lecturer in Occupational Therapy requires the successful candidate to contribute to the planning, delivery and evaluation of learning, teaching and assessment in the portfolio of occupational therapy programmes, as well as actively engaging in research and scholarly activities. For an informal discussion, please contact Professor Brendan McCormack, Head of Division via Sharon Middlemass smiddlemass@qmu.ac.uk Should you wish to apply for the vacancy please visit our vacancies page and complete an application online.

Senior Lecturer in Art Therapy

Opening Date:
1 Jul 2020
Closing Date:
19 Jul 2020
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Senior Lecturer in Art Psychotherapy School of Health Sciences Division of Occupational Therapy & Arts Therapies 35 hours per week (1.0FTE) Open ended Grade 9: £51,034 - £59,135 per annum (with possible progression to £70,578 per annum) REF: CVAT016A We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join the Art Psychotherapy team. Applications are welcomed from suitably qualified art psychotherapists who possess practice, education and research experience. You will hold a postgraduate degree; have relevant post qualification experience and evidence of active continuing professional development. You will possess interpersonal skills that will enable you to display leadership and innovation and you will work effectively with colleagues, students and networks. This position of Senior Lecturer in Art Psychotherapy requires the successful candidate to contribute to the planning, delivery and evaluation of learning, teaching and assessment in the masters in Art Psychotherapy programme and focused research teaching in our collaborative programme in Play Therapy. In addition, the successful candidate will develop a programme of research in the Arts Therapies through their membership of the Centre for Person-centred Practice Research http://www.qmu.ac.uk/research-and-knowledge-exchange/research-centres-institutes-and-knowledge-exchange-centres/centre-for-person-centred-practice-research/ For an informal discussion, please contact Professor Brendan McCormack, Head of Division via Sharon Middlemass smiddlemass@qmu.ac.uk Should you wish to apply for the vacancy please visit our vacancies page and complete an application online.

Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing

Opening Date:
1 Jul 2020
Closing Date:
12 Jul 2020
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Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing School of Health Sciences Division of Nursing 35 hours per week (1.0FTE) / Open ended Grade 8: £39,152 - £49,553 per annum (with possible progression to £55,751 per annum) Ref: CVNS006A We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join the nursing team. Applications are welcomed from suitably qualified mental health nurses who possess practice, education and research experience. You will hold a postgraduate degree; have relevant post qualification experience and evidence of active continuing professional development. You will possess interpersonal skills that will enable you to display leadership and innovation and you will work effectively with colleagues, students and networks. This position of Lecturer in mental health nursing requires the successful candidate to contribute to the planning, delivery and evaluation of learning, teaching and assessment in the portfolio of nursing programmes, including programme leadership of our Mental Health and Wellbeing Pathway in the Masters in Person-centred Practice Framework and our new Forensic Nursing course, as well as actively engaging in research and scholarly activities. For an informal discussion, please contact Professor Brendan McCormack, Head of Division via Sharon Middlemass smiddlemass@qmu.ac.uk Should you wish to apply for the vacancy please visit our vacancies page and complete an application online.

External Examiner – Postgradute Provision – Advanced Practice

Opening Date:
30 Jun 2020
Closing Date:
7 Aug 2020
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The School is seeking to appoint an Advanced Practice external examiner to a range of modules within our post-registration suite of programmes. The remit involves assessment of theory modules relating to: NURS11141 Advanced Clinical Practice NURS11142 Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology in Ad NURS11012 Independent Study (HSCE) NURS11049 Quality Improvement in Healthcare NURS11133 Assessment and Decision Making in Advanced Practice NURS11148 NMC Assessment and Decision Making in Advanced Practice NURS11017 Leadership for Effectiveness NURS11149 NMC Leadership for Effectiveness External examiner responsibilities include moderation of assessments, completion of an annual monitoring report and attendance at subject panels where student marks are ratified. A schedule of subject panels per academic session will be made available and external examiners would be expected to attend one per academic year. The School uses an electronic marking system associated with the originality checking programme Turnitin, called Grademark. External examiners are required to make use of the system during the external moderation process (this being accessible through Moodle Virtual Learning Environment). Experienced and new external examiners will be considered provided the applicant has the relevant professional qualification(s) and experience. Relevant professional experience in the fields of Advanced clinical practice, NMC Registration and a valid teaching qualification are essential requirements for this post. The appointment will be with effect from 1 October 2020 to 30 September 2024. Full details of the programmes and modules will be provided to appointees and an online induction will be provided by the University following appointment. Further information about UWS policy for external examiners is available at: https://connect.uws.ac.uk/education/SitePages/ExtExam.aspx For informal discussion, please contact:

External Examiner – Adult Nursing Undergraduate Provision x 2

Opening Date:
22 Jun 2020
Closing Date:
31 Jul 2020
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The School is seeking to appoint a BSc Adult Nursing (outgoing programme) and BSc Honours Adult Nursing external examiner to a range of modules over L7-10 within our undergraduate suite of programmes. The remit involves assessment of theory and practice modules relating to: Level 7 (Year 1) new modules in the BSc Honours Adult Nursing commencing September 2020 Please contact Programme Leader, Anne Marie Craig, (annemarie.craig@uws.ac.uk ) Nursing, Health and Care Health and Human Development 1 Nursing in Society Academic and Professional Development Level 7 (Year 1) modules in the outgoing BSc Adult Nursing, resit only except Practice Please contact Programme Leader, Wendy Wright, (wendy.wright@uws.ac.uk) NURS07022 Introduction to Nursing (resit only) NURS07020 Foundations of Life and Social Sciences (resit only) NURS07021 Fundamental Skills (resit only) NURS07023 PLE 1.1 Shared (practice) NURS07024 PLE 1.2 Adult (practice) Level 8 (Year 2) modules in the outgoing BSc Adult Nursing, running September 2020/21 NURS08042 Applied Skills NURS08043 PLE 2.1 Shared (practice) NURS08046 Responding to Ill Health NURS08044 PLE 2.2 Adult (practice) NURS08045 PLE 2.3 Adult (practice) Level 9 (Year 3) modules in the outgoing BSc Adult Nursing, running September 2020/21 and 2021/22 NURS09172 Holistic Skills NURS09173 PLE 3.1 Adult (practice) NURS09171 Fitness for Practice NURS09174 PLE 3.2 Adult Independent Study (practice) NURS09175 PLE 3.3 Adult (practice) External examiner responsibilities include moderation of assessments, completion of an annual monitoring report and attendance at subject panels where student marks are ratified. A schedule of subject panels per academic session will be made available and external examiners would be expected to attend one per academic year. The School uses an electronic marking system associated with the originality checking programme Turnitin, called Grademark. External examiners are required to make use of the system during the external moderation process (this being accessible through Moodle Virtual Learning Environment). Experienced and new external examiners will be considered provided the applicant has the relevant professional qualification(s) and experience. Relevant professional experience in the field of Adult Nursing and a valid teaching qualification are essential requirements for this post. https://connect.uws.ac.uk/education/SitePages/ExtExam.aspx

Lecturer in Operating Department Practice

Opening Date:
18 Jun 2020
Closing Date:
10 Jul 2020
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REQ001008 AC2 - £36,914 - £44,095 (pro-rata) per annum Part-time: 17.5 hours per week; Fixed term: 2 years The School of Health and Life Sciences is seeking to appoint a lecturer in Operating Department Practice to join our existing team of academic staff. An Opportunity has arisen at Paisley Campus for an experienced health professional with HCPC ODP registration to join the School, where teaching and research are at the heart of all of the School’s activities. The ability to contribute to module and programme development will be integral to this post, along with engagement in wider academic activities such as research, consultancy and CPD. Undertaking research, development and/ or scholarship to enhance teaching will be encouraged. The successful candidate will join a progressive team of individuals currently supporting delivery of our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes within the Division of Adult Nursing & Healthcare, HCPC ODP professional registration is required. The University of the West of Scotland is committed to providing an inclusive working environment. UWS has an Athena SWAN bronze award, is a “Disability Confident” employer and welcomes other under-represented groups, as such we particularly encourage applications to support our diversity agenda. Prior to submitting an application, you are encouraged to make an informal enquiry to: Claire Bryson Senior Lecturer ODP programme lead: claire.bryson@uws.ac.uk Further information, including details of how to apply is available at https://jobs.uws.ac.uk/ Closing Date: Friday 10th July 2020 Interview Date: Week beginning Monday 27th July 2020 The current academic structure and nomenclature at UWS is as follows: AC2 – Lecturer (first time academic post) AC3 – Lecturer AC4 – Senior Lecturer (alternate titles used in different Universities include Principal Lecturer or Associate Professor) UWS is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from underrepresented groups. UWS is a “Disability Confident” employer. University of the West of Scotland is a registered Scottish charity, no. SC002520.

Lecturer in Health Care Chaplaincy, Nursing & Health Care School

Opening Date:
9 Jun 2020
Closing Date:
9 Jul 2020
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We have an opportunity for a Lecturer to make a significant contribution to the leadership, management development and provision of teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level. In particular, you will lead on the PG Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care programmes. You will also be expected to make a significant contribution to the achievement of the School and College objectives, in relation to excellence in learning, teaching and student experience and to the strategic development of scholarship within the school. This post enables the provision of a unique and innovative programme of study, such as Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Chaplaincy. This PgCert programme enables healthcare chaplains in Scotland and from the rest of the UK to achieve a level of competence as set out by NHS Education for Scotland and as required by the UK Board of Healthcare Chaplains, the relevant UK regulatory body. Applications are invited from candidates with a good first degree in Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care as well as substantial teaching experience in the subject area. This position is open ended and part time, 7 hours per week. Visit our website for further information on The University of Glasgow’s, School of Nursing www.gla.ac.uk/schools/medicine/nursing or https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/CAI048/lecturer-in-healthcare-chaplaincy Informal enquiries should be directed to Professor Ann Marie Rice, email address AnnMarie.Rice@glasgow.ac.uk

External Examiner – Midwifery and MCA Provision

Opening Date:
18 May 2020
Closing Date:
7 Aug 2020
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The School is seeking to appoint a Midwifery external examiner to a range of modules within undergraduate, pre-registration undergraduate and pre-registration postgraduate suite of programmes. The remit involves assessment of theory and practice modules relating to: MCA Programme (SCQF Level 7) MIDW07021 Delivering Holistic Care to Women and Babies MIDW07022 Meeting the Needs of Women and their Families MIDW07023 Practice Education MIDW07024 Role of the Maternity Care Assistant BSc Midwifery (SCQF Level 7) MIDW07015 Life Long Learning 1 MW MIDW07016 Maternal Health and Wellbeing MIDW07017 Skills For Midwifery Practice MIDW07018 Midwifery Care in Practice 1 MIDW07019 Midwifery Knowledge and Practice MIDW07020 Life Sciences and Childbirth MSc Midwifery with-registration (SCQF Levels 9 and 10) MIDW09034 Applied Midwifery Knowledge and Practice MIDW09036 Integration of Life Sciences and Childbirth MIDW09037 Professional and Personal Development 1 MIDW10007 Critical Concepts of Mat Health & Wellbeing MIDW10009 MSc Midwifery Care in Practice 1 MIDW10010 Clinical Skills for Midwifery Practice N.B. These module will change for the BSc Midwifery and MSc Midwifery with-registration programmes in line with revalidated programmes in 2021. External examiner responsibilities include moderation of assessments, completion of an annual monitoring report and attendance at subject panels where student marks are ratified. A schedule of subject panels per academic session will be made available and external examiners would be expected to attend one per academic year. The School uses an electronic marking system associated with the originality checking programme Turnitin, called Grademark. External examiners are required to make use of the system during the external moderation process (this being accessible through Moodle Virtual Learning Environment). Experienced and new external examiners will be considered provided the applicant has the relevant professional qualification(s) and experience. Relevant professional experience in the field of Midwifery and a valid teaching qualification are essential requirements for this post. The appointments will be with effect from 1 October 2020 to 30 September 2021 in the first instance. Full details of the programmes and modules will be provided to appointees and an online induction will be provided by the University following appointment.