Jobs: Yorkshire and Humberside

External Examiner – Pre-registration Nursing (Stage 1)

Opening Date:
15 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
18 Feb 2019
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The Department of Health Sciences at the University of York is a large and multidisciplinary department, offering a broad range of educational programmes in the health and social care field. We are seeking to appoint a replacement external examiner for the Department’s undergraduate pre-registration nursing programme (Stage 1 modules). External examiners are required to review and evaluate assessment marking; be a member of the Board of Examiners and attend meetings; comment and give advice on programme content, balance and structure; and to complete an annual report as part of the University of York’s quality assurance mechanisms. The University requires external examiners to attend a minimum of one examination board per year. The role-holder will also have responsibility for the completing cohort on the Postgraduate Diploma with Professional Registration in Nursing, who are due to finish in March 2020. All appointments are subject to meeting the University’s criteria for the appointment of external examiners. Successful applicants would be appointed with effect from October 2019 for a term of four academic years, and would join a supportive team of external examiners. Informal enquiries can be made to Jess Powell, BSc Nursing Programme Leader (jess.powell@york.ac.uk). General information about the Department can be found on our website: http://www.york.ac.uk/healthsciences/ Interested applicants should submit their letter of application and a CV to the Secretary to the Board of Examiners, Veronica Gillies (veronica.gillies@york.ac.uk). The closing date for applications is Monday 18 February 2019.

External Examiner – Mental Health Nursing

Opening Date:
15 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
18 Feb 2019
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The Department of Health Sciences at the University of York is a large and multidisciplinary department, offering a broad range of educational programmes in the health and social care field. We are seeking to appoint a replacement external examiner for the Department’s pre-registration nursing programmes. The role-holder will have responsibility for the following programmes: BSc Nursing (Mental Health) – Stage 3 field-specific and shared modules Undergraduate Integrated Masters in Nursing – Stage 4 modules External examiners are required to review and evaluate assessment marking; be a member of the Board of Examiners and attend meetings; comment and give advice on programme content, balance and structure; and to complete an annual report as part of the University of York’s quality assurance mechanisms. The University requires external examiners to attend a minimum of one examination board per year. All appointments are subject to meeting the University’s criteria for the appointment of external examiners. Successful applicants would be appointed with effect from October 2019 for a term of four academic years, and would join a supportive team of external examiners. Informal enquiries can be made to Jess Powell, BSc Nursing Programme Leader (jess.powell@york.ac.uk), or to Anita Savage Grainge, MNursing Programme Leader (anita.savagegrainge@york.ac.uk). General information about the Department can be found on our website: http://www.york.ac.uk/healthsciences/ Interested applicants should submit their letter of application and a CV to the Secretary to the Board of Examiners, Veronica Gillies (veronica.gillies@york.ac.uk). The closing date for applications is Monday 18 February 2019.

External Examiner – Postgraduate Public Health

Opening Date:
15 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
18 Feb 2019
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The Department of Health Sciences at the University of York is a large and multidisciplinary department, offering a broad range of educational programmes in the health and social care field. We are seeking to appoint a replacement external examiner for the Department’s taught postgraduate programmes (Master of Public Health & MSc Applied Health Research), with specific responsibility for shared modules focussing on public health. External examiners are required to review and evaluate assessment marking; be a member of the Board of Examiners and attend meetings; comment and give advice on programme content, balance and structure; and to complete an annual report as part of the University of York’s quality assurance mechanisms. The University requires external examiners to attend a minimum of one examination board per year. All appointments are subject to meeting the University’s criteria for the appointment of external examiners. Successful applicants would be appointed with effect from October 2019 for a term of four academic years, and would join a supportive team of external examiners. Informal enquiries can be made to Amanda Mason-Jones, MPH Programme Leader (amanda.mason-jones@york.ac.uk). General information about the Department can be found on our website: http://www.york.ac.uk/healthsciences/ Interested applicants should submit their letter of application and a CV to the Secretary to the Board of Examiners, Veronica Gillies (veronica.gillies@york.ac.uk). The closing date for applications is Monday 18 February 2019.

Clinical Lecturer in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Opening Date:
10 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
6 Feb 2019
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We are looking for a part-time suitably qualified Cognitive Behavioural Therapist to teach and supervise on our Post-Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) course. The course trains clinicians in “standard” CBT before specialising in Severe Mental Illness (SMI) conditions. This post would be an excellent opportunity for clinical staff seeking to develop their role whilst remaining in clinical practice. We want to recruit staff with specific interest and experience working in at least one of the following areas: Common disorders, Psychosis, Bipolar Disorder and Personality Disorder. We are also interested to hear from applicants with other interests passionate about training in CBT who might fit with our existing course team. With a total of 0.4 whole time equivalent hours available, it is anticipated that the post-holder will work two days a week at the University to fit with current course teaching days. There is the possibility of flexible working outside of teaching commitments. The post is primarily a teaching post. We also encourage involvement in research in CBT where this fits with other duties. Main tasks include assisting the Course Director in developing all aspects of the course. These include module planning, teaching, and evaluating trainees’ clinical and academic competence. The post holder will be required to assume an appropriate share of the course administrative work, depending on grade and experience. Salary paid according to experience and qualifications. This post requires a Disclosure and Barring Service check.

Academic Tutor Clinical Psychology Doctorate Programme

Opening Date:
7 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
5 Feb 2019
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The Faculty of Health Sciences is a new and dynamic Faculty at the University of Hull. The education and research profile encompasses a wide range of disciplines, including Medicine, Nursing, Midwifery, Allied Health, Social Work, Biomedical Science, Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Sports Health and Exercise Science. The University was awarded Silver in the Teaching Excellence Framework. The Doctoral Training Programme in Clinical Psychology is a well-established course, with a national reputation for innovative practice. We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated and dynamic individual, who is committed to clinical psychology training. The post-holder will work within the academic section of the training programme, ensuring the academic curriculum reflects contemporary psychological knowledge and practice and the learning and teaching provision is of a high quality. Contributing to the teaching and research supervision of postgraduate clinical psychology trainees, you will also perform related administrative work as and when required. We invite applications from qualified clinical psychologists; we are particularly keen to encourage candidates with additional qualifications in systemic family therapy or neuropsychology to apply for the post. As a Clinical Psychologist, the post holder will be registered as a practitioner psychologist with the Health Care Professions Council. The salary is on the Agenda for Change scales, band 8a/8b according to experience. The post is 0.4 FTE hours, so it is expected that the post holder will work 2 days a week at the University. This post requires an enhanced clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service for Adult and Child Workforce.

Lecturer in Midwifery

Opening Date:
2 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
30 Jan 2019
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Are you ready to join an enthusiastic and academically talented team? Do you want to be involved in teaching undergraduate and post graduate students and supervising PhD students? Are you a registered midwife with the Nursing and Midwifery Council or eligible for registration? The School of Healthcare’s vision is that: ‘We will translate excellence in research and scholarship, within each of our academic portfolios, into an exceptional student experience, and make a major impact upon society. As a Lecturer in Midwifery you will contribute particularly to pre-registration midwifery education, supervise PhD students and postgraduate taught students and lead developments in this role. As a Lecturer in Midwifery you will have a PhD (essential at Grade 8, desirable at Grade 7) in a relevant subject (or equivalent) or are nearing completion of a postgraduate research degree at a comparable level. You will also be a registered midwife with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), or be eligible for registration, have practice experience, and have a teaching qualification or be willing to undertake one when in post. To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact Dr Angela Hewett, Academic Unit Director,  +44 (0) 113 343 1356,  a.hewett@leeds.ac.uk If you have any specific enquiries about your online application please contact the Head of School Office,  +44 (0) 113 343 1434, headofschooloffice@healthcare.leeds.ac.uk Apply: http://jobs.leeds.ac.uk/MHHEA1133

External Panel Members x 2

Opening Date:
17 Dec 2018
Closing Date:
31 Jan 2019
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The School of Human and Health Sciences is seeking to appoint an experienced and suitably qualified senior academic to act as an External Academic Panel Member for each of the below Subject Review events due to take place in the School. A review of programme documentation relating to academic Levels 6 and 7 will be required. 1) Under-graduate and post-graduate SSPRD Subject Review – 5th April 2019
  • Top-up degrees in: Nursing / Peri-operative Studies / Paramedic Practice
  • Short courses in: Cervical screening / Tissue viability / ECG monitoring / Minor illness & injury / Newborn examination / clinical leadership / Simulation / Leadership
  •  Pg Certificates in: Acute / critical / emergency / end of life care / long term conditions / leadership
  • Masters courses in: Health Studies / Public Health / Health Service Research
2) SSPRD Regulated Courses Subject Review – 30th April 2019
  • Independent & Supplementary Prescribing
  • Supporting Learning and Assessment in Practice
  • Health Professional Education
The external panel member from the higher education sector should not only be academically qualified and experienced in a field directly related to the courses under consideration, but should also have knowledge of current trends and practices within quality assurance in UK HE. This would normally be demonstrated by recent involvement in quality assurance events, either within their own UK institution or having been an external panel member at a validation event at another UK institution or having acted as external examiner. They should not have had any close involvement with the University of Huddersfield for at least the preceding three years. A fee of £250. plus expenses is payable. Hotel accommodation will be organised by the University if required. All appointments are subject to the candidate meeting the University’s criteria for appointment. Please contact K.L.Adams@hud.ac.uk for applications by submission of CV or for more information.

Clinical Senior Lecturer in Medical Education / Phase II Academic Lead, MB BS

Opening Date:
30 Nov 2018
Closing Date:
21 Jan 2019
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The Hull York Medical School (HYMS) invites applications for the clinical academic position of Senior Lecturer in Medical Education/Phase II Academic Lead MB BS. This is an exciting role which should appeal to applicants with a strong established educational profile, who are seeking to continue to develop as a leader in undergraduate medical education. HYMS is based in the two well-established universities of Hull and York and offers an innovative, contemporary medical education programme that produces very high quality doctors who are also equipped to be the professional and academic leaders of the future. The Phase Leads for each Phase of the HYMS undergraduate MB BS curriculum are central to the effective leadership and co-ordination of the undergraduate curriculum. Each Phase Lead maintains overall responsibility for curriculum design, development, delivery, assessment and evaluation within their Phase. The substantive and ongoing post will be as Senior Lecturer in Medical Education with a three year fixed term appointment as Phase II Lead, with the option to renew. HYMS has recently undergone a curriculum renewal of Phase II of its programme with the full implementation during 2018/19. The post holder will be responsible for the final development and delivery of this renewal and the immediate evaluation of its implementation. You will be an experienced clinician with full GMC registration with five or more years’ experience as a qualified practitioner. You should be fully conversant with the requirements of the HYMS MB BS curriculum and an experienced educator. The post will be 0.6 FTE with an expectation that your clinical commitments will be taken up to 0.4 FTE in addition.

External Examiner

Opening Date:
30 Nov 2018
Closing Date:
31 Jan 2019
Salary Range:
External Examiner for:
  • Pg Certificate Health Professional Education (NMC Teacher & Practice Teacher routes)
  • Supporting Learning and Assessment in Practice (non-credit bearing)
We are seeking to appoint an external examiner for the above programmes. The external examiner will be expected to contribute to the assessment process, moderate and report on student work, attend Course Assessment Boards and submit an annual report. The appointee will be an experienced academic, qualified to post graduate level, including a recordable teaching qualification and will be registered with the NMC. Previous experience as an external examiner would be an advantage however the School can put in place support for new external examiners. An induction programme is provided. The post will commence in September 2019. All appointments are for a period of four years. In the first instance would interested applicants please e-mail, attaching their CV to: Dr Karen Adams Head of Post Registration, Business and Enterprise K.L.Adams@hud.ac.uk

External Examiner – Independent & Supplementary Prescribing

Opening Date:
30 Nov 2018
Closing Date:
31 Jan 2019
Salary Range:
We are seeking to appoint an external examiner for the above programme which attracts a range of health professionals including nurses, midwives, podiatrists and physiotherapists. The external examiner will be expected to contribute to the assessment process, moderate and report on student work, attend Course Assessment Boards and submit an annual report. The appointee will be an experienced academic, qualified to post graduate level, including a registered prescribing qualification and will be registered with the NMC. Previous experience as an external examiner would be an advantage however the School can put in place support for new external examiners. An induction programme is provided. The post will commence in September 2019. All appointments are for a period of four years. In the first instance would interested applicants please e-mail, attaching their CV to: Dr Karen Adams Head of Post Registration, Business and Enterprise K.L.Adams@hud.ac.uk