We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Lecturer to make a substantial and positive contribution to the Subject/School’s programmes, scholarship and an excellent student experience. You will lead and contribute to teaching, assessment and provide academic leadership and management associated with undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. You should be willing to travel to Singapore for teaching for up to 4 weeks at a time, usually no more than once per year. The Nursing & Health Care School at the University of Glasgow is ranked as one of the top schools in the UK for nursing education and was ranked 1st in the Good University Guide for Nursing in 2021. At undergraduate level, we offer an Honours Degree in Nursing (4 years) and our highly valued graduates have excellent employment prospects. A strong science component integrated with evidence-based nursing practice and a range of practice learning experiences ensures our graduates are competent and safe practitioners of nursing, able to deliver high quality care. The School also offers a flexible programme of multi-professional postgraduate courses that may be taken individually or used towards a postgraduate certificate, diploma or master’s degree. We also have a thriving community of postgraduate research students from both the United Kingdom and overseas and offer a BSc with Honours in Nursing jointly with the Singapore Institute of Technology. Applications are invited from candidates with a Scottish Credit and Qualification Framework level 12 (PhD) or equivalent in related discipline with significant teaching experience within the discipline/subject area. This position is open ended and full time. Visit our website for further information on The University of Glasgow’s, School of Nursing, https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/medicine/nursing/ Informal Enquiries should be directed to Dr Doreen Molloy, Doreen.Molloy@glasgow.ac.uk or Dr Eileen Cowey, Eileen.Cowey@glasgow.ac.uk Closing date: 09 December 2020. It is the University of Glasgow’s mission to foster an inclusive climate, which ensures equality in our working, learning, research and teaching environment. We strongly endorse the principles of Athena SWAN, including a supportive and flexible working environment, with commitment from all levels of the organisation in promoting gender equity. The University of Glasgow, charity number SC004401. Full application details can be found via this link: https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/CCL881/senior-lecturer
Edinburgh Napier has recently developed preregistration MSc collaborative programmes in Allied Health Professions and Social Work and is one of the largest providers of nursing and midwifery education in Scotland with a strong inter-professional and transnational education portfolio. We are committed to growing our academic reputation and providing an unrivalled student experience. Our versatile simulation and clinical skills centre offers students experience critical care and ward environments through to a home environment. . Opportunities will enable you to contribute to research activity; enhance the School’s research profile, producing quality research outputs/outcomes. We are enthusiastic about inter-professional and collaborative working across the University and with our specialised industry partners, including the NHS, to support areas of activity. The Role We are currently looking for a Lecturer in Physiotherapy on a permanent basis but a secondment would be considered, with clinical expertise in neurology, to join the AHP–SW programmes within the School of Health & Social Care. As Lecturer, you will develop, design and deliver teaching and student centred learning to our Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Social Work students undertaking the collaborative Master in AHP- SW programmes, along with supporting a broader range of subjects to nursing students. Part of this role will be the management of the Physiotherapy practice placements. This will involve coordinating the physiotherapy placements, ensuring quality enhancement of placements and developing new placement opportunities within a range of practice settings; working with colleagues in the NHS and third sector. Who we are looking for? Essential requirements
- Current active membership with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy/HCPC
- Clinical experience of working with people with neurological problems
- Connections with clinical practice to develop placement opportunities
- Demonstrable evidence of teaching and supporting learners in clinical/academic settings
- Doctoral level qualification
- Commitment to sustained continuous professional/academic development.
- Post-graduate certificate in higher education or equivalent.
- Evidence of applying for external funding.
- Evidence of disseminating high quality output including through publications and presentations.