Jobs: £40-50k

Senior Lecturer in Paramedic Practice and Course Lead

Opening Date:
7 Feb 2018
Closing Date:
7 Mar 2018
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School of Health Sciences, University of Brighton (Falmer) Reference: HC3054-18-042 This is an opportunity to be working in a dynamic team of paramedic and community health practitioners. Joining the Paramedic Practice programme you will have up to date knowledge of contemporary paramedic practice and have held a senior practitioner role. Previous experience of Paramedic teaching, assessing in practice or HEI based Paramedic programmes is also desirable. You will lead the BSc (Hons) Paramedic Practice course and contribute to teaching on this highly successful pre-registration programme and where appropriate postgraduate modules. You will take an active role in supporting students in both theory and practice. A fundamental part of the role is collaborating with staff in the school with interests in paramedic practice and other professions to develop research and educational opportunities with practice, such as apprenticeships. We have a philosophy of engaging in partnership work and are committed to policy developments which you will be expected to engage with. You will have a BSc in a relevant subject, a registration with the Health & Care Professions Council as a paramedic and be committed to studying at a higher level. If you have a PhD or Doctorate and can supervise at this level, you will have opportunities to develop as the university has an active programme for supporting early career researchers. Travel to other university sites will also be required. For informal enquiries please contact, Academic Lead Community Programmes, Marianne Willmer (01273) 644086, M.Willmer@brighton.ac.uk. We welcome applications from ethnic minorities that currently under-represented. Job sharers welcome.

Senior Lecturer Learning Disability Nursing

Opening Date:
1 Feb 2018
Closing Date:
23 Feb 2018
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We are seeking an experienced, permenant Senior Lecturer to join The Learning Disability Nursing Team at Kingston University. In this key role you will strive to enhance nursing and healthcare practice and the reputation of our School of Nursing in the area of Learning Disability nursing and healthcare across all domains of practice. Articulate and well respected, you will teach on pre-registration nursing programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, leading modules where appropriate and in workforce development. You will inspire our students and have a keen interest in developing education. Alongside being involved in the pastoral care of students, you will be encouraged and supported to further your interests in research, enterprise, academic or professional practice. You will ideally be a nurse on the NMC register, educated to at least degree level, with experience of working with service users who have a learning disability. Equivalent professional qualifications considered. You are resourceful, highly motivated and ambitious. You are interested in teaching and can share your skills and expertise with the nursing and healthcare workforce of the future. A teaching qualification is desirable but non-essential; the Faculty supports new members of staff to gain appropriate qualifications. For further information, role profile and to apply online see https://jobs.kingston.ac.uk/vacancy/senior-lecturer-learning-disability-nursing-341287.html If you would like to know more, please contact Trish Griffin on Patricia.Griffin@sgul.kingston.ac.uk,  07876137986 (mobile). Interview date: Monday 5th March 2018

Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Paramedic Simulation and Pre-Hospital Care

Opening Date:
1 Feb 2018
Closing Date:
21 Feb 2018
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The Role You will be joining a team with a well established reputation for high quality cutting edge education. As part of the role you will work in collaboration with London Ambulance Service NHS Trust (LAS), South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECamb). You will benefit from the Department of paramedics expertise in undergraduate and postgraduate degree education, and will be expected to take an active and developing role. Your main role will be working in the Paramedic clinical simulation centre. You will be undertaking skills, simulation scenarios and assessment of students over various pathways. You will also be involved on a variety of modules, assessments, marking and areas of student support. The role expects high quality, free thinking and innovation in clinical education and development. The roles are available as part or full time depending on the applicant, and days can be flexible to suit both parties. You will be expected and supported to obtain a PGCHE or equivalent. The Person Senior Lecturer £42,331 - £50,061 An experienced and motivated paramedic for at least four years on the HCPC register, you will bring high clinical standards together with an understanding of higher education in the paramedic profession. A proven track record of learning, teaching and assessment in higher education or trust education and mentorship would be desirable, though development opportunities will be provided. Lecturer £37,889 - £41,172 An experienced and motivated paramedic for at least 2 years on the HCPC register. Your will be expected to have a background of robust clinical practice with high standards and a patient focus within the prehospital arena and working experiences within the ambulance service.

Clinical Research Fellow in Cancer Medicine

Opening Date:
29 Jan 2018
Closing Date:
28 Feb 2018
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This post is full time, fixed term for 2 years. Applicants are invited for a Clinical Research Fellow in Cancer Medicine within the Cancer Research Group of the Hull York Medical School. The post is fully funded and suitable for a trainee with a national training number and will be at the Specialist Trainee Level for either medical or clinical oncology. The successful candidate will undertake a project in pancreatic cancer leading to a higher degree (MD). This is a project that will be studying novel biomarkers in the fluid removed from pancreatic cysts with a goal to improve diagnostics of precancerous lesions. This is a stand-alone project within the TEM-PAC (uTF and Endo180 Markers in Pancreatic Cancer) umbrella study. The post holder will have to work collaboratively within the surgical (Co-PI Mr Pavlos Lykoudis) and radiological departments (Co-PI Dr Abdul Razack), with Research Staff in the Cancer Trials Unit, and with laboratory scientists (Scientific PI Dr Justin Sturge) in the Allam Building at the University of Hull where their laboratory studies will be based. This post requires a criminal records check through the Disclosure and Barring Service - Adult and child workforce. To discuss this role informally, please contact either Dr Justin Sturge, 01482 465316, or Professor Anthony Maraveyas, 01482 461318 Interviews are anticipated to be held in March 2018. For information about the Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk and for the Cancer Research Centre visit www.hyms.ac.uk/research/academic-centres/academic-oncology-group

Clinical Research Fellow in Cancer Medicine

Opening Date:
29 Jan 2018
Closing Date:
28 Feb 2018
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This post is full time, fixed term for 2 years. Applicants are invited for a Clinical Research Fellow in Cancer Medicine within the Cancer Research Group of the Hull York Medical School. The post is fully funded and suitable for a trainee with a national training number and will be at the Specialist Trainee Level for either medical or clinical oncology. The successful candidate will undertake a project in pancreatic cancer leading to a higher degree (MD). This is a project that will be studying novel biomarkers in the fluid removed from pancreatic cysts with a goal to improve diagnostics of precancerous lesions. This is a stand-alone project within the TEM-PAC (uTF and Endo180 Markers in Pancreatic Cancer) umbrella study. The post holder will have to work collaboratively within the surgical (Co-PI Mr Pavlos Lykoudis) and radiological departments (Co-PI Dr Abdul Razack), with Research Staff in the Cancer Trials Unit, and with laboratory scientists (Scientific PI Dr Justin Sturge) in the Allam Building at the University of Hull where their laboratory studies will be based. This post requires a criminal records check through the Disclosure and Barring Service - Adult and child workforce. To discuss this role informally, please contact either Dr Justin Sturge, T 01482 465316, or Professor Anthony Maraveyas, T 01482 461318 Interviews are anticipated to be held in March 2018. For information about the Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk and for the Cancer Research Centre visit www.hyms.ac.uk/research/academic-centres/academic-oncology-group

Lectureship or Senior Lectureship in Child Health

Opening Date:
24 Jan 2018
Closing Date:
23 Feb 2018
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City, University of London is a global university committed to academic excellence with a focus on business and the professions and an enviable central London location. City attracts around 19,500 students (35% at postgraduate level), from more than 150 countries and staff from over 75 countries. In the last REF, City doubled the proportion of its total academic staff producing world-leading or internationally excellent research. Led by President, Professor Sir Paul Curran, City has made significant investments in its academic staff, its estate and its infrastructure and continues to work towards realising its vision of being a leading global university: it has recently agreed a new Vision & Strategy 2026. The Division of Nursing in the School of Health Sciences is one of London’s most established providers of health care education and delivers high quality undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. The Division works in partnership with service users and carers, alongside health and social care experts and providers to develop and deliver education and research which shapes future nurse leaders. The Division is seeking to appoint an outstanding academic to join the established expert Child Health team. The successful candidate will contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate education in child health and lead and enhance the education for student nurses on long-term conditions and care closer to home in the field of child health. Applicants must hold current registration with the NMC as either a children’s nurse or a specialist community public health nurse (health visitor or school nurse) and must have the ability to educate and supervise at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. A doctorate and a record of producing world-leading or internationally excellent research are desirable. Applications from job share candidates and professional secondment opportunities will be considered.
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