Senior Lecturer (Department of Midwifery)

Opening Date:
14 Jun 2017
Closing Date:
27 Jun 2017
Salary Range:

The Role

The Department of Midwifery is looking to appoint to full time and part time Senior Lecturer posts. You will join a supportive and committed team which has established a reputation for providing first-rate midwifery education, having been ranked the top university in London for midwifery in the 2015, 2016 and 2017 Guardian League Tables.

Delivering innovative, high quality programmes at foundation, under and postgraduate levels, you will provide students with the teaching and support needed to get the most out of their education. The role will also involve working closely with clinical placement providers, and participating in the ongoing development of our midwifery programmes. Conducting research and scholarly activity is essential in ensuring that these programmes continually reflect the evolving needs of the healthcare sector and best practice, as well as influencing national and global policy development and strategy.

The Person

You will have an excellent reputation and a proven track record of professional practice, education and/or research. You will be expected to play a substantial role in the development of the Dept’s teaching and learning portfolio and the delivery of our wide ranging education provision. Your personality will enable you to inspire, motivate and communicate with students, and effectively collaborate with colleagues, as well as working on your own initiative within a multi-professional environment.

Applications are encouraged from midwives or those with interest in women’s health.

Applicants should hold a recordable teaching qualification, such as a PGCHE or be willing to undertake such a programme. Additionally they should be educated to Master’s level or working towards a Master’s degree.

For further information and to arrange an informal visit please contact Georgina Sims, Head of Department of at

Successful candidates will be subject to a DBS check and OH clearance