Assistant Lecturer – Learning and Teaching (0.8)

Opening Date:
23 Nov 2017
Closing Date:
3 Dec 2017
Salary Range:

At Birmingham City University, we’re dedicated to providing our students with the very best learning, teaching and support opportunities to help them develop both professionally and personally.

An exciting opportunity exists for a committed and passionate Assistant Lecturer to join the Prequalifying Healthcare Practice Department in the School of Nursing & Midwifery. You will be expected to support the NMC programme ‘Supporting Learning and Teaching in Practice’ (SLAiP) on a part time (30 hours a week) fixed term contract. This role involves contributing to the teaching and assessing of students. You will also be expected to contribute to our research and scholarly activities. Previous experience of supporting pre-registration students in the clinical setting is essential.

You must hold at least a first degree in a Health related subject and demonstrate on-going personal and professional development and appropriate study around relevant subject matter. Applicants must also hold current registration with the NMC as a Registered Nurse (Part 1) and NMC SLAiP qualification. Previous teaching in a Higher Education setting would be desirable, but the successful applicants would be offered a place on the University’s highly regarded Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education programme. Salary: £29,345 – £31,897 (pro -rata).

Previous applicants need not apply.

If you wish to know more about this role, and for an informal discussion please contact Joanne Thomas on 0121 331 6147 joanne.thomas@bcu.ac.uk or Gerri Nevin on 0121 331 7143 on gerri.nevin@bcu.ac.uk.

For more information about applying and for the job description for the post, please see the current vacancies on the BCU website: http://jobs.bcu.ac.uk.

Please note; on occasions where we receive a large number of applications, we may close the advert ahead of the publicised closing date. If this does happen, we will contact all candidates via email who have started but not yet completed their application, giving 48 hours’ notice. We would therefore advise that you submit your completed application as soon as possible.