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Industry Collaboration Zone (ICZ) Director – Health, Wellbeing & Society

Opening Date:
17 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
17 Feb 2019
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With our origins founded in the Industrial Revolution, the University of Salford is now at the heart of Industry 4.0, harnessing the skills, imagination and enthusiasm of our staff and students to work in partnership with large and small enterprises across the public, private and charitable sectors to transform people and communities and deliver lasting economic and social benefit. In re-imagining our heritage, we have a refreshed vision for success and have created four sector-facing Industry Collaboration Zones (ICZs) to act as a focus for integrated working within the University and with partners in particular industry sectors. With a sustained focus on excellence through engagement, we are revamping our approach to employability, enterprise, curriculum development and research; embedding these activities within the new zones to bring our Vision to life. - ‘By pioneering exceptional industry partnerships we will lead the way in real world experiences preparing students for life’. We are seeking an exceptional candidate to take on the role of ICZ Director – Health, Wellbeing and Society which comes at a particularly exciting time for the University of Salford and the Greater Manchester region with the University faced with incredible opportunities of devolution. This vital role will provide leadership and management across the University in the continued development of the ICZ, working with colleagues to identify and build partnerships regionally, nationally and internationally with industry to positively impact the overall reputation of the University. With a host of synergies to identify across the four ICZ zones, the post will play a significant role in Salford’s approach to the rapidly evolving Industry 4.0 revolution. This is an exciting opportunity for an energetic, ambitious and dynamic leader from the healthcare space. You will have proven management and leadership skills within an HE environment or equivalent industry and high level specialist

External Examiner – Flexible Learning Programme

Opening Date:
16 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
28 Feb 2019
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We are seeking a replacement external examiner from the academic year 2019/20 for the Flexible Learning provision in the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Continuing Professional Education courses/modules. This includes Work-based learning within the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice as well as Clinical Practice degrees. In addition the role will include the Recognising and Accreditation of Work Related Learning (RAWL) module for bespoke learning programmes delivered in industry. The University of Brighton offers extensive support for external examiners and holds annual workshops. Further support is provided by course/module leads and the Continuing and Postgraduate Education Academic Programme lead. The University normally expects external examiners to attend a minimum of one examination board per year. Applicants are advised that the University applies the following criteria to external examiners:
  • The area of expertise of external examiners is within the area of examinations undertaken;
  • Applicants should have recently been employed (or are still employed) within a university appointment;
  • He/she must not have been a University of Brighton examiner within the last five years;
One External Examiner is required for: Flexible Learning provision in the U/G and P/G Continuing Professional Education courses/modules. For an informal discussion, please contact: Recognising and Accreditation of Work related Learning (RAWL) module lead – Caroline Hudson, cjl@brighton.ac.uk, 01273 644021 Continuing and Postgraduate Education Academic Programme lead (for Work-based learning enquiries)– Charlotte Ramage C.M.Ramage@brighton.ac.uk, 01273 641163 Advanced Clinical Practice course lead – Darren Briscoe, D.Briscoe@brighton.ac.uk, 01273 644033 Please forward your cv to Nicky Pont, N.Pont@brighton.ac.uk with the title of the course in the subject line. Following the closing date, expressions of interest will be considered and outcome notified by 15.03.19

External Examiner – Neonatal Nursing and Child Protection

Opening Date:
16 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
15 Mar 2019
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School of Health and Life Sciences The School is seeking to appoint a subject external examiner for modules within two certificate programmes: • Graduate Certificate Neonatal Nursing • Postgraduate Certificate Child Protection Each programme comprises three modules, and the remit involves scrutiny of the theoretical components in line with UWS External Examiner Quality Assurance processes. Modules: Graduate Certificate Neonatal Nursing Modules: 1. Special Care Neonatal Nursing (MIDW10004) 2. Neonatal Intensive Care (MIDW10005) 3. Neonatal Work-Based Learning (MIDW10006) Postgraduate Certificate Child Protection Modules: 1. Child Protection in Context (nurs110001) 2. Protecting Children (NURS110002) 3. Child Protection Practice (NURS110003) External examiner responsibilities include moderation of assessments, completion of an annual monitoring report and attendance at subject panels where student marks are ratified. A schedule of subject panels per academic session will be made available. The School uses an electronic marking system associated with the originality checking programme Turnitin, called Grademark. External examiners are required to make use of the system during the external moderation process (this being accessible through Moodle Virtual Learning Environment). Experienced and new external examiners will be considered provided the applicant has the relevant professional qualification(s) and experience. Relevant professional experience in the fields of neonatal nursing and child protection, and a valid teaching qualification are essential requirements for this post. Full details of the programmes and modules will be provided to appointees and an induction will be provided by the University following appointment. Further information about UWS policy for external examiners is available at: https://connect.uws.ac.uk/education/SitePages/ExtExam.aspx

External Examiner – Mental Health Nursing

Opening Date:
15 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
18 Feb 2019
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The Department of Health Sciences at the University of York is a large and multidisciplinary department, offering a broad range of educational programmes in the health and social care field. We are seeking to appoint a replacement external examiner for the Department’s pre-registration nursing programmes. The role-holder will have responsibility for the following programmes: BSc Nursing (Mental Health) – Stage 3 field-specific and shared modules Undergraduate Integrated Masters in Nursing – Stage 4 modules External examiners are required to review and evaluate assessment marking; be a member of the Board of Examiners and attend meetings; comment and give advice on programme content, balance and structure; and to complete an annual report as part of the University of York’s quality assurance mechanisms. The University requires external examiners to attend a minimum of one examination board per year. All appointments are subject to meeting the University’s criteria for the appointment of external examiners. Successful applicants would be appointed with effect from October 2019 for a term of four academic years, and would join a supportive team of external examiners. Informal enquiries can be made to Jess Powell, BSc Nursing Programme Leader (jess.powell@york.ac.uk), or to Anita Savage Grainge, MNursing Programme Leader (anita.savagegrainge@york.ac.uk). General information about the Department can be found on our website: http://www.york.ac.uk/healthsciences/ Interested applicants should submit their letter of application and a CV to the Secretary to the Board of Examiners, Veronica Gillies (veronica.gillies@york.ac.uk). The closing date for applications is Monday 18 February 2019.

External Examiner – Pre-registration Nursing (Stage 1)

Opening Date:
15 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
18 Feb 2019
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The Department of Health Sciences at the University of York is a large and multidisciplinary department, offering a broad range of educational programmes in the health and social care field. We are seeking to appoint a replacement external examiner for the Department’s undergraduate pre-registration nursing programme (Stage 1 modules). External examiners are required to review and evaluate assessment marking; be a member of the Board of Examiners and attend meetings; comment and give advice on programme content, balance and structure; and to complete an annual report as part of the University of York’s quality assurance mechanisms. The University requires external examiners to attend a minimum of one examination board per year. The role-holder will also have responsibility for the completing cohort on the Postgraduate Diploma with Professional Registration in Nursing, who are due to finish in March 2020. All appointments are subject to meeting the University’s criteria for the appointment of external examiners. Successful applicants would be appointed with effect from October 2019 for a term of four academic years, and would join a supportive team of external examiners. Informal enquiries can be made to Jess Powell, BSc Nursing Programme Leader (jess.powell@york.ac.uk). General information about the Department can be found on our website: http://www.york.ac.uk/healthsciences/ Interested applicants should submit their letter of application and a CV to the Secretary to the Board of Examiners, Veronica Gillies (veronica.gillies@york.ac.uk). The closing date for applications is Monday 18 February 2019.

External Examiner – MSc Paramedicine

Opening Date:
15 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
27 Feb 2019
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The School of Nursing and Allied Health at Liverpool John Moores University is seeking to appoint an experienced and suitably qualified External Examiner for the MSc Paramedicine programme with a view to start on the programme in September 2019. Students on the programme will be working towards an MSc in Paramedicine, and will share modules with other postgraduate students studying on the MRes and MSc APNP. The programme sits within a wider master’s framework for the School of Nursing and Allied Health. The External Examiner would be a HCPC registered paramedic, educated to MSc or above, and have at least 3 years’ experience of post-graduate educational provision. A recordable teaching qualification will need to be evidenced. The appointment will be for 4 years and the commitment required is as follows:
  • Attendance at Examiners Boards.
  • To review a range of coursework throughout the year.
  • To attend one assessment event per year if appropriate (for example, OSCE or oral presentations).
  • To engage in communication with the programme lead/team.
  • To carry out at least one interim engagement per year (which may take the form of a ‘virtual’ visit by video conference/Skype, and at least one face to face visit during the term of office to obtain feedback from staff and to strengthen their engagement with the ongoing teaching and learning process.
  • To meet the students a minimum of once per year.
All appointments are subject to the candidate meeting the University’s criteria for appointment. Please submit a CV by email to r.harris@ljmu.ac.uk

External Examiner – BSc (Hons) Operating Department

Opening Date:
15 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
28 Feb 2019
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Bournemouth University is seeking to appoint an external examiner for our newly validated BSc (Hons) Operating Department Practice programme. Bournemouth University is moving from Dip (HE) to BSc (Hons) Operating Department Practice from September 2019. We are seeking someone with an understanding of perioperative practice and it is essential that the external examiner is HCPC or NMC registered. The appointment will commence in September 2019 for a period of four years. Expressions of interest along with your most recent CV should be submitted, by the closing date of 28th February 2019, to: Lesley Elcock: Programme Leader, Dip HE Operating Department Practice Email: lelcock@bournemouth.ac.uk Telephone 01202 961588 The University runs Induction/Briefing days to support both new and experienced examiners. We will require proof of your right to work in the UK prior to making the appointment.

External Examiner – Postgraduate Public Health

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15 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
18 Feb 2019
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The Department of Health Sciences at the University of York is a large and multidisciplinary department, offering a broad range of educational programmes in the health and social care field. We are seeking to appoint a replacement external examiner for the Department’s taught postgraduate programmes (Master of Public Health & MSc Applied Health Research), with specific responsibility for shared modules focussing on public health. External examiners are required to review and evaluate assessment marking; be a member of the Board of Examiners and attend meetings; comment and give advice on programme content, balance and structure; and to complete an annual report as part of the University of York’s quality assurance mechanisms. The University requires external examiners to attend a minimum of one examination board per year. All appointments are subject to meeting the University’s criteria for the appointment of external examiners. Successful applicants would be appointed with effect from October 2019 for a term of four academic years, and would join a supportive team of external examiners. Informal enquiries can be made to Amanda Mason-Jones, MPH Programme Leader (amanda.mason-jones@york.ac.uk). General information about the Department can be found on our website: http://www.york.ac.uk/healthsciences/ Interested applicants should submit their letter of application and a CV to the Secretary to the Board of Examiners, Veronica Gillies (veronica.gillies@york.ac.uk). The closing date for applications is Monday 18 February 2019.

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing

Opening Date:
14 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
8 Feb 2019
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Part-time and Secondment arrangements may be considered. The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences strives to be excellent in teaching, research and innovation in Nursing. We are seeking an outstanding and inspiring individual to join our successful and highly committed team of academic staff who can contribute to the Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health. A District Nursing qualification would be an advantage but not essential. The department provides high quality, dynamic education using a variety of innovative teaching and learning methods delivered at all academic levels from undergraduate to doctoral study. You will work flexibly as part of a team to contribute to teaching, learning and assessment to support a high quality student experience in both pre-registration and post-registration nursing and other health programmes. You will participate in the planning, designing and development of undergraduate and postgraduate nursing programmes, as well as pastoral tutoring. You will provide expertise to further enhance research and entrepreneurial activities. This will include undertaking individual and joint research to produce quality academic outputs and inform teaching, and participating in external activity to generate income and promote the subject. You must possess excellent knowledge of the development and contemporary aspects of nursing practice and be registered with the NMC as an adult nurse. You must hold a Master’s degree or be either qualified to Doctoral level or be willing to study for a Doctoral qualification in a relevant discipline. You need to have subject expertise with specialist knowledge gained through research activity, professional practice or consultancy. Ability to deliver high quality, research rich teaching within nursing and a growing publication profile are essential.

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Midwifery

Opening Date:
14 Jan 2019
Closing Date:
8 Feb 2019
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Part-time and Secondment arrangements may be considered. The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences strives to be excellent in teaching, research and innovation in Midwifery. We are seeking an outstanding and inspiring individual to join our successful and highly committed team of academic staff who can contribute to the Department of Nursing, Midwifery and Health. The department provides high quality, dynamic education using a variety of innovative teaching and learning methods delivered at all academic levels from undergraduate to doctoral study. You will work flexibly as part of a team to contribute to teaching, learning and assessment to support a high quality student experience in both pre-registration and post-registration midwifery, nursing and other health programmes. You will participate in the planning, designing and development of undergraduate and postgraduate nursing programmes, as well as pastoral tutoring. You will provide expertise to further enhance research and entrepreneurial activities. This will include undertaking individual and joint research to produce quality academic outputs and inform teaching, and participating in external activity to generate income and promote the subject. You must possess excellent knowledge of the development and contemporary aspects of midwifery practice and be registered with the NMC as a midwife. You must hold a Master’s degree or be either qualified to Doctoral level or be willing to study for a Doctoral qualification in a relevant discipline. You need to have subject expertise with specialist knowledge gained through research activity, professional practice or consultancy. Ability to deliver high quality, research rich teaching within midwifery and a growing publication profile are essential.