Teaching Associate / Assistant Professor in Midwifery MED 165714

Opening Date:
18 Jun 2014
Closing Date:
11 Jul 2014
Salary Range:

We are seeking to recruit a Teaching Associate or Assistant Professor in Midwifery to join our team of creative and committed academic staff. The posts will enable you to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for a career in Higher Education. The Division is currently developing innovative teaching and learning strategies to provide high quality education across a range of academic levels. Successful applicants will be expected to make a significant contribution to undergraduate and postgraduate midwifery education programmes. You would be expected to provide support to students within academic and placement environments, establish effective relationships with external partners and service users. The geographical nature of the School requires the post holder to be able to deliver the programme and support students across the East Midlands as required by the Head of Midwifery Education.

Candidates must hold a Master’s degree (or equivalent) in midwifery or related subject and have an active registration as a midwife with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).

The School:

The University of Nottingham’s School of Health Sciences is part of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and aims to be a centre of National and International excellence in research, education and practice development. The School has an excellent record in learning and teaching which has been resulted in a number of staff being awarded National and University Teaching awards. The School has 350 academic and support staff and consists of two main education centres over 3,000 urban and rural square miles, providing pre-registration and post-registration, degree and higher degree courses. The School’s overall student satisfaction scores in the National Student Survey (2013)was 5th best amongst Russell Group comparators.

http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/currentvacancies/ref/MED165714

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