Lecturer in Midwifery

Opening Date:
3 Jan 2014
Closing Date:
24 Jan 2014
Salary Range:

(Ref: BU00423)

Grade 7: £30,728 – £36,661 or Grade 8: £37,756 – £45,053 p.a.

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a full-time permanent Lecturer in Midwifery working in the School of Healthcare Sciences, which is an academic-led School with a reputable research programme with teaching and learning activity at both Bangor and Wrexham.

You will join a team that embraces innovation, aspires to be forward thinking in their approach to midwifery education and who has excellent scores from the National Student Survey. Our courses aim to be student centred and provide experience in a range of settings, promoting normality and the team place a strong emphasis on partnership working with the Health Board.

The successful applicant will contribute to teaching and learning within the School as part of a team responsible for the planning, implementation and evaluation of educational activities for Midwifery at both undergraduate and post graduate level, with practice placement responsibilities within the partnership placement providers across North Wales. The successful candidate would only be appointed at Grade 8 if they possess an NMC recordable teaching qualification and possess recent experience in teaching and assessment in midwifery.

The successful applicants must:

Be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) as a practising midwife
Have a recordable teaching qualification approved by the NMC or willingmess to complete one in the first year of post.
Have a relevant first degree qualification
Have a relevant Masters Degree qualification
Have relevant clinical experience

Salary will be dependent on qualifications and experience. The ability to communicate through the medium of Welsh is desirable for this post

The successful candidate will be expected to commence as soon as possible.

Closing date for applications: Friday 24th January, 2014.

Interviews will be held: Tuesday 11th February, 2014.

Applications will only b