Lecturer/ Practitioner: Skills and Simulated Learning

Opening Date:
3 Mar 2016
Closing Date:
1 May 2016
Salary Range:

The appointee will join a highly successful team in delivering core skills and simulation teaching across a number of health related disciplines.

The Institute is committed to inter-disciplinary simulated learning and the successful candidate will further enhance these developments. The Institute has a state of the art simulation centre including hospital, therapy and home environments and also benefits from dedicated skills technicians and a range of technically advanced equipment.

The post holder will be expected to teach a range of core skills across a number of disciplines, which will include student assessment and curriculum development. Skills and simulated learning is highly regarded by students and fulfills an essential regulatory requirement in the development of competent graduates.

Academic teams within the Institute contribute to a range of professionally accredited programmes and it is essential that the appointee is able to adopt a flexible approach to the subject material they teach.

Staff within the Institute are well qualified and have a growing research and publication profile and the new appointee would further contribute to these activities.

The post sits within the Academic Unit of Nursing and Applied Professional Studies, which is one of four academic units within the Institute of Health & Society. The Institute offers courses ranging from foundation degrees in various specialities in Health and Social Care, to Honours, Masters and Doctoral study in a number of disciplines.

For an informal discussion about the role please contact Mrs Joanne Rouse, Head of Academic Unit, by phone 01905 542271 or email j.rouse@worc.ac.uk

Further inforamtion is also available on the website

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