Senior Lecturer Advanced Clinical Practice

Opening Date:
22 Dec 2020
Closing Date:
10 Jan 2021
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Bucks New University is an ambitious, modern university; one that is always open to fresh ideas and thinking. Our staff combine the very best professional practice with inspirational teaching and the University is consistently in the top quartile of the NSS for higher education institutions in the UK, exceeding the sector average in almost every area of the survey (NSS, 2019). This is an exciting time to join the University, with our new University Strategy – Impact 2022 – and our revised values.

The School of Health Care and Social Work welcomes applications for a Senior Lecturer in Advanced Clinical Practice (full or part time). The postholder will be responsible for teaching on the advanced clinical practitioner programme (MSc), emergency and unscheduled care modules and wider delivery of the School’s CPPD provision. The School is expanding its health and social care portfolio in areas such as physiotherapy and paramedicine combined with existing provision in ODP, physician associate, and apprenticeships. The University has recently established a new Institute of Health and Social Care to support the region’s healthcare and workforce priorities. We have state-of-the-art healthcare simulation suites across our three campuses. We also have a superb Human Performance Laboratory which includes a 3D motion capture system, physiology, biomechanics, and psychology facilities. The High Wycombe campus includes a modern, fully equipped Sport and Wellbeing Clinic.

Applicants: We are seeking to appoint an appropriately qualified Senior Lecturer with a background in advanced clinical practice. Applicants should hold full professional NMC registration or be a registered healthcare practitioner.

You will be committed to achieving excellent student outcomes, have demonstrable ability to lead a team and display excellent communication skills.

Flexible working opportunities may be possible, such as part time hours, secondments, or joint working with NHS Trusts (eg. 0.5 FTE teaching, 0.5 FTE NHS clinical/practice education).

For further information or informal discussion about the role please contact: Head of School, Professor Paul Morgan: Paul.morgan@bucks.ac.uk

All applications are to be made in full and online. The University operates an anonymised shortlisting process and therefore any uploaded CV’s or supporting documents must not include your name and personal details.

Interview date to be confirmed.

Please note that if you do not have permission to work in the UK, Bucks New University will not be able to obtain a Certificate of Sponsorship for you to take up this position. All non EU/EAA candidates must have valid immigration status and/or a UK visa valid for the duration of the contract in order to be considered for this appointment.

Bucks New University is a Disability Confident employer and as such you will be given the opportunity to declare a disability as part of the application process.