Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Social Work/Social Care

Opening Date:
21 Sep 2016
Closing Date:
8 Oct 2016
Salary Range:
Region:

Faculty Of Health And Wellbeing
School Of Public Health, Midwifery And Social Work

Part-time Fixed term
Various part-time positions available

Ref: FHH0800

£32,004 to £46,924 pa (pro rata)

The Social Work team comprises of full and part time academics with extensive experience in higher education, social work and social care professional education and training. Our research and scholarship is often collaborative, working with other universities, local, national and European partners and involves a range of contemporary practice and education issues.

Due to expansion, we are offering the opportunity for a dynamic academic to contribute to the development and delivery of social work and social care education to foundation, undergraduate, post graduate and post qualifying programmes as well as to actively engage in related scholarly and knowledge exchange activities.

The role holder will have extensive experience in social work or social care and be able to demonstrate commitment to the support and inspiration of students in their continued quest for knowledge and skills.

You will have a relevant first degree or equivalent and, if social work qualified, be eligible to be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council. You will have a related Masters or equivalent and experience of working as a lecturer or practice educator and contributing to courses or modules in the social work or social care field in a Higher Education setting. Ideally you will have or are studying to obtain a PhD in Social Sciences or a related topic.

We are interested to hear from applicants who have experience of adult or children and family services.

For further information or to apply please visit our website: www.canterbury.ac.uk

Interviews will be held w/c 17 October 2016

Prior consideration will be given to applicants in the University’s redeployment pool.

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