Clinical skills Teacher

Opening Date:
22 May 2020
Closing Date:
21 Jun 2020
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The School of Health and Society is actively recruiting a Clinical Skills Teacher who will help shape its future direction. You will develop and deliver high quality teaching materials across a range of modules and/or short programmes. You will work within a committed team of academics to provide the highest possible student experience, ensuring that the competencies of the students are developed and enhanced.

The School of Health and Society at the University of Salford is one of the most innovative and respected schools in the UK, and we want you to join our team and make a difference to the work we do. With over 400 staff and 7000 students studying at all levels from foundation degree to PhD we are close community focused on making a real difference to the lives of those who need health or social care. We have recently been at the forefront of the North West response to COVID-19 providing training and resources and our students have been working in front line social work, allied health care and nursing.

This is a fantastic opportunity that would suit candidates from a healthcare background and particularly those with an interest in mental health or learning disabilities in nursing and/or community/public health. If you are motivated and confident to inspire students to demonstrate excellent clinical skills, then you are on the right page. Click apply now to submit your application form. Please note, this role closes at 23:59 on 21 June 2020.

This post is subject to a DBS clearance.

Interviews will take place on the 3rd July 2020. For further information on this post please contact Amanda Miller Head of Simulation at a.miller@salford.ac.uk 

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