Associate Professor in Midwifery

Opening Date:
18 May 2015
Closing Date:
7 Jun 2015
Salary Range:

This role provides a new and exciting opportunity for an experienced midwife researcher to be instrumental in the School of Midwifery and Child Health’s long-term vision to develop its research profile nationally and internationally.
You will join a supportive and committed team which has established a reputation for providing first-rate midwifery education, having been ranked the top university in London for midwifery in the 2015 Guardian League Tables. The School of Midwifery and Child Health boasts excellent inter-professional collaborative working relationships within the Faculty and provides opportunities for research and enterprise initiatives.
The role will involve developing and submitting bids for funding, leading significant research projects, developing a sustained track record of publishing outputs of own research activity and contributing to the teaching and supervision of students undertaking research modules and degrees, including doctoral studies within the School and Faculty.
This is a great opportunity for an experienced midwife with an excellent reputation and a proven track record of successful research grant applications within midwifery education and/or research. You will be expected to lead the development of the School’s research portfolio, supervising student projects at all levels of academia.
Applicants should be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, hold a PhD / Professional Doctorate and have supervised doctoral students through to completion. Ideally, the applicant should have a recordable teaching qualification, such as a PGCHE and be a Fellow or Senior Fellow or Senior Fellow of the HEA.
Please note that the successful candidate will be subject to a DSB check and successful OH clearance.
For further information and to arrange an informal visit please contact Dr Jayne E Marshall, Head of School of Midwifery and Child Health: j.marshall@sgul.kingston.ac.uk
To apply please visit www.kingston.ac.uk/jobs

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