Lecturer in Sexual Health (Full-time/Indefinite)

Opening Date:
4 Nov 2016
Closing Date:
27 Nov 2016
Salary Range:

University of Central Lancashire – School of Community Health & Midwifery
Hours: Indefinite
Basis: Full time
Grade: H

An opportunity has arisen within the School of Community Health and Midwifery for a Lecturer to join our highly committed Sexual Health team. The successful applicant will be enthusiastic and visionary, keen to shape education and influence the student experience in a positive manner.

Applicants should be educated to graduate level in a relevant subject discipline although preferably not as a registered health professional as the main focus of teaching will be to support students studying our sexual health studies course and we are particularly looking for someone who has a non-clinical background. However, recent experience of working within Sexual Health and the demonstration of a sound knowledge and understanding of the contemporary wider sexual health and/or public health agenda are essential to this post.

In addition, you will be committed to the success of your students and be able to show that you can effectively support learning and teaching in both the classroom and work based learning. A flexible, innovative approach to teaching, learning and assessment as well as knowledge of the changing educational environment is essential. A teaching qualification or experience in higher education would be an advantage. There will be an expectation that the successful candidate will lead academic modules and teach across UCLan’s campuses on a range of courses.

Applicants need to meet all essential criteria on the person specification to be considered for interview. This position is based in Preston.

Please apply online via http://www.uclan.ac.uk/jobs or by Human Resources on 01772 892324 quoting reference number. CV’s will not be considered unless accompanied by a completed application form

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