External Examiner BSc(Hons)/Graduate Certificate Acute Clinical Practice – Neonatal Care & Child Health Pathways

Opening Date:
16 Jun 2017
Closing Date:
28 Jul 2017
Salary Range:

We are seeking a replacement external examiner for the academic year (2018/19) for the BSc (Hons)/Graduate Certificate Acute Clinical Practice courses. The University of Brighton offers extensive support for external examiners and holds workshops annually. Further support is also provided by course leads and the Continuing and Postgraduate Education Academic Programme lead. The University normally expects external examiners to attend a minimum of one examination board per year.

Applicants are advised that the University applies the following criteria to external examiners:

  • The area of expertise of external examiners is within the area of examinations undertaken;
  • Applicants should have recently been employed (or are still employed) within a university appointment;
  • He/she must not have been a University of Brighton examiner within the last five years;
  • He/she will ideally have a qualification registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council and internal and external examining experience

One External Examiner is required for:

BSc (Hons)/Graduate Certificate Acute Clinical Practice – Neonatal Care and Child Health pathways

For an informal discussion, please contact one of the following:

Susanne Simmons (Graduate Certificate in Acute Clinical Practice course lead/Neonatal and Child pathway lead), S.J.Simmons@brighton.ac.uk, phone 01273 644036

Charlotte Ramage, Continuing and Postgraduate Education Academic Programme lead –  C.M.Ramage@brighton.ac.uk, phone 01273 641163

Please forward your curriculum vitae to Nicky Pont N.Pont@brighton.ac.uk with the title of the course (neonatal care/child pathway) in the subject line. Following the closing date, expressions of interest will be considered and you will be informed of the outcome by 04.08.17

Commencement date September 2018 for a period of 4 years

Further information may be found on the University website at www.brighton.ac.uk/cpdhealth