The Department of Paramedics, situated within St George’s University medical school, is seeking lecturers and senior lecturers in paramedic education. You will be joining a dynamic, forward-thinking team with a well-established reputation for high quality, avant-garde education. Lecturers will be primarily involved in the delivery of simulation in the state of the art simulation suite and being part of a marking team. Senior lecturers will be involved in both simulation and modular delivery of the programme. The main duties of academic staff are teaching, research and scholarship. An academic will also be required to undertake duties in support of these activities, which may include, self-development and contributing to the development of others, curriculum development, management and administration, consultancy and professional updating, student counselling and welfare.
As part of this professional role, you will be working in collaboration with London Ambulance Service (LAS) NHS Trust and South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) NHS Foundation Trust, as well as multi-disciplinary teams from Kingston and St George’s Universities. This role offers the unique opportunity to work with cutting-edge clinical and teaching technology within a state-of-the-art dedicated Paramedic Simulation Centre, which includes two replica ambulances and an immersive suite. This position therefore demands a pioneering, enthusiastic and innovative approach to clinical education and self-development to deliver engaging, high quality, contemporary education to our future paramedics.
Please note there are 2 full time permanent roles at Grade 8 or 9 depending on experience, with a starting salary of £39,343 per annum or £43,955 per annum plus St George’s supplement of £718 per annum.
Interviews will be held on 1st and 3rd April 2020.
For more information about the role, please visit Kingston Univerisrty London website: https://www.kingston.ac.uk/jobs/
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