The School of Health and Life Sciences is a multidisciplinary School, with a diverse range of programmes delivered at our Ayr, Dumfries, Lanarkshire, London and Paisley campuses to a combined total of around 6000 students.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Lecturer in Health Studies / Adult Health to join the School, where teaching and research are at the heart of all of the School’s activities. The ability to contribute to module and programme development will be integral to this post, along with engagement in wider academic activities such as research, consultancy and CPD. Undertaking research, development and/ or scholarship to enhance teaching will be encouraged.
As the successful candidate, you will join a progressive team of individuals currently supporting delivery of our undergraduate and postgraduate health provision across the Division of Midwifery & Specialist Nursing, and, the Division of Adult Nursing & Health Care. You will have previous experience of delivering modules/programmes within the field of health studies and adult health, and be practised in contemporary teaching, learning and assessment methods. NMC professional registration is required.
The post will be based at Paisley Campus, and report into the Midwifery and Specialist Nursing Division.
The University of the West of Scotland is committed to providing an inclusive working environment. UWS has an Athena SWAN bronze award, is a “Disability Confident” employer and welcomes other under-represented groups, as such we particularly encourage applications to support our diversity agenda.
Informal enquiries can be made by contacting Professor Jean Rankin (Head of Division) email@example.com or Dr Angela Dow (Senior Lecturer) firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further information, including details of how to apply is available at https://jobs.uws.ac.uk/
The current academic structure and nomenclature at UWS is as follows:
AC2 – Lecturer (first time academic post)
AC3 – Lecturer
AC4 – Senior Lecturer (alternate titles used in different Universities include Principal Lecturer or Associate Professor)
UWS is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from under-represented groups.