The post holder is required to contribute to integrating the practice element of unscheduled care into relevant teaching. They will also be expected to form close links with practice, develop and secure new placement opportunities and support supervisors/mentors in practice in supporting our students. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to teaching, offer tutorial support and participate in course delivery across health science programmes generally, and Paramedic Science specifically, within the School. They will be expected to contribute to the research and/or scholarly activities (including using simulation) within the school and to assist with the implementation of the BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science curriculum for first delivery in 2015.
Key responsibilities include delivery of specialist teaching, tutoring and supporting students, assessment of academic and clinical skills, supporting students in skills development and practice learning, liaison with practice placements, assisting with marketing and recruitment activities, scholarly and/or research activities and maintaining own practice, registration and professional portfolio.
Candidates should be registered with the Health & Care Professions Council or other appropriate PSRB. They will also be expected to undertake the University‘s learning & teaching in higher education programme (APEX) if they do not have Higher Education Academy qualified teacher status.