Lecturer in Midwifery (Teaching and Scholarship)

Opening Date:
26 Jun 2014
Closing Date:
13 Jul 2014
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Plymouth isn’t just one of the largest UK universities – it is also highly regarded for the quality of its teaching, research, and its clear focus on inclusion and enterprise. Over 30,000 students and staff enjoy some of the best facilities around in an environment designed to help transform lives through knowledge. Are you ready to inspire and be inspired?

The School of Nursing & Midwifery is investing in a range of Lecturer appointments to drive up our teaching excellence and research capacity in areas of strategic importance in health and social care. We are expanding our provision and are committed to building and sustaining effective partnerships in programme development to meet workforce need, excellence in teaching, innovation and co-produced research. Our ethos is on widening participation in student recruitment and innovative academic opportunities to engage our alumni.

The School of Nursing and Midwifery at Plymouth University is looking to appoint an innovative and inspiring lecturer to join our highly committed Midwifery team as part of our strategy to strengthen our teaching, research and partnership working. We encourage applications from highly motivated individuals who are looking to develop their career in healthcare education and scholarship. You will contribute to enhancing the quality of pre and post registration/post graduate provision in midwifery and healthcare practice.

You will have:
• Current registration on Sub Part 2 of the Nursing and Midwifery Council register and relevant clinical experience.
• A degree in a relevant health related subject
• A masters degree in a health or education related subject (or currently studying towards one/be willing to study towards one
• A recognised NMC teacher qualification or be willing to study for one

Posts are subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check and regular travel will be required.

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