External Examiners – Academic Session 2015-2018

Opening Date:
19 Jun 2015
Closing Date:
27 Jul 2015
Salary Range:

The School of Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work & Social Sciences is one of two Schools at the University of Salford involved in the preparation of health and social care professionals and those wishing to work in the social science disciplines. The School is a centre of teaching and research in the fields of adult nursing, mental health nursing and children & young people’s nursing, with a local, national and international reputation in all areas.

We are looking to appoint external examiners for a 3 year period commencing September 2015. As an External Examiner you will have responsibility for the external moderation of theoretical assessments and practice portfolios as well as supporting the relevant module teams with their planned assessment strategy. You would be expected to attend module and programme boards and complete an External Examiner Annual Monitoring Report. An Induction Day will be held in early November for new examiners.

We wish to appoint External Examiners to our current:
1. Pre-registration BSc Adult Nursing*
2. Pre-registration BSc Children & Young People’s Nursing*
3. Pre-registration BSc Mental Health Nursing*
(*September & March intakes)
4. Pre-registration BSc Generic Pathway Modules for the three fields of practice

Catherine Savin, Programme Leader – Adult Nursing
Tel: 0161 295 2728 E: c.savin@salford.ac.uk

Denise Owens, Programme Leader – Children & Young People’s Nursing
Tel: 0161 295 2749 E: d.owens@salford.ac.uk

Dr Shelly Allen, Programme Leader – Mental Health Nursing
Tel: 0161 205 7128 E: s.l.allen@salford.ac.uk

If you are a Senior Lecturer or equivalent please forward your full Curriculum Vitae including details of your teaching, research, external examining and all other relevant information to the Programme Lead for your chosen field of practice. We also welcome applications from those new to the role of External Examiner.

For further programme information: www.salford.ac.uk/nmsw