Principal lecturer

Opening Date:
20 Mar 2015
Closing Date:
26 Apr 2015
Salary Range:

This is an exciting opportunity for an exceptional and experienced emergency medicine practitioner with evidence of excellence in academic and professional practice to take the lead role in developing this discipline.

With a national reputation as an academic or practitioner with evidence of dissemination of good practice to others, the post holder will further the University of Worcester’s excellent reputation in emergency medicine by leading developments in this discipline. As a principal lecturer you will work closely with the Heads of Unit and Programme Leads to develop the discipline of emergency medicine through new CPD and postgraduate course offers as well as existing programmes such as Pre-Registration Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedic Science, Masters Degree in Advancing Practice and the MSc Physician Associate programme.

The successful applicant will work in close collaboration with partner trusts, independent and voluntary sector organisations to enhance emergency care in university and practice arenas. The Institute is committed to inter-professional learning and engagement of service users in the curriculum.

The successful candidate will act as a principal investigator in delivering applied research activities. The post holder will be supported to develop the national and international standing and reputation for the applied research undertaken in the Institute and to lead and participate in professional development to support applied research.

Candidates invited to interview will be asked to carry out a 10 minute presentation on the following:
“Discuss what multi-professional emergency medicine practice and education may look like in 5 years’ time and the role the university will play in delivering this.”

This will be followed by 5 minutes of questions relating to the presentation.

For an informal discussion please contact Mrs Jo Rouse, Head of Academic Unit, by phoning 01905 542271 or by email to

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