The Role Forward-looking, focused, and innovative. You are resourceful, highly motivated, creative and ambitious then Kingston University is yours to achieve. We are seeking an enthusiastic individual with expertise in leadership practice to join our established team of academics. Articulate and well respected, in collaboration with the team you will design, develop, and deliver high quality, vibrant and innovative learning and teaching. You will lead modules on our MSc in Clinical Leadership and be integral to the implementation of our recently validated PGDip Leadership in Health and Social Care (Apprenticeship). You will work with students undertaking modules within our undergraduate (nursing), postgraduate and workforce development portfolio that can be translated into real-world skills and approaches developing health and care professionals for tomorrow’s workforce. Central to your role will be working in partnership with employers and practice partners, student support and enhancement, supervision of research projects and some administrative responsibilities. Pedagogical or leadership practice research will be supported and encouraged. The Person The successful candidate will have extensive leadership experience. They will hold or be working towards a doctorate or post-graduate qualification in leadership or a related discipline or hold an equivalent professional qualification for example in health, nursing/midwifery or social care. Applicants will be required to demonstrate that they meet Kingston University standards in learning and teaching, and research. Ideally, they will have a recognised teaching and learning qualification. Those who do not possess a recognised teaching and learning qualification will by the end of their probation period, have achieved the relevant level of UKPSF recognition. For those new to teaching, this will be through our accredited Introduction to Learning and Teaching and for those experienced in teaching, through our Kingston Academic Practice Standards Framework. The Faculty The Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education brings together courses in education, health and social work. Our success is facilitated by a strong collaboration with employers and a unique partnership between Kingston University and St George's, University of London. Our reputation for innovation in teaching, research excellence and graduate prospects attracts students with potential and ambition. You will be an integral of a team who provide a rich and diverse educational experience that instils the importance of critical thinking, leadership, creativity, and the personal touch for our motivated students. For further information and to arrange an informal discussion please contact Trish Griffin, Associate Professor at email@example.com
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Are you looking for an exciting, fulfilling opportunity in Higher Education supporting the development of the Mental Health workforce? We would love to hear from you. The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work sits within the Faculty of Medicine Health and Social Care and brings together Adult, Child, and Mental Health Nursing, Learning Disability, Midwifery and Social Work into one vibrant and dynamic community. We provide a high-quality learning experience for our students to enable them to realise their ambitions to become registered professionals and to continue their development through a range of continuing professional development opportunities. We are committed to providing a supportive environment so that our students can develop the knowledge and skills to provide nursing care that is person-centred, compassionate, safe and effective. The School is seeking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing to teach across a range of our Mental Health & joint Mental Health nursing programmes, working closely with Mental Health and Learning Disability Service Users and co -teachers, Service partners and other programmes. Secondment welcome. You will be committed to high quality, evidence-based learning and teaching and be able to facilitate student led, problem-based learning related to a range of Mental Health & Learning Disability nursing principles as well as take on the role of personal tutor. The roles are developmental and will support you towards gaining a nationally recognised teaching qualification (Post Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice) and the skills & experience to pursue a career in health education. You will contribute to modules in the pre-registration undergraduate BSc & MSc Programmes, as well as the Registered Nurse Apprenticeship and Nursing Associate programme and on postgraduate modules related to your own expertise. You will also provide support to students during periods of practice placements and act as an academic assessor and facilitate clinical supervision. The post holder is required to be current on the NMC register as a Mental Health or Learning Disability nurse and will be required to have a Degree in a relevant subject. Vacancies (canterbury.ac.uk)
The School of Healthcare’s vision is: ‘To optimise the health and wellbeing of communities, families and individuals by generating and disseminating knowledge through the highest quality health and social care professional education and applied health and social care research’ As a Lecturer in Mental Health nursing you will have the opportunity to contribute to our teaching portfolio working primarily on the undergraduate BSc (Hons) Nursing (Mental Health) programme which focuses on the theoretical and clinical elements that underpin the fundamentals of nursing practice. You will also have the opportunity to teach on and assess students on postgraduate modules and programmes. As a Lecturer in Mental Health nursing you will have a Masters’ degree in a related discipline and some recent experience of teaching students and / or professional groups. You will also have current registration on the NMC Professional Register with some post qualifying clinical experience. To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact: Paula Mayo – Academic Unit Director (hiring manager) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Click link below to see advert https://jobs.leeds.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=MHHEA1190
The Paramedic Education Team situated within the Centre for Allied Health within St George’s University medical school, is seeking lecturers and senior lecturers in paramedic education for the 3 year BSc pre-registration programme. You will be joining a dynamic, forward-thinking team with a well-established reputation for high quality, avant-garde education. Lecturers will be primarily involved in the delivery of simulation in the state-of-the-art simulation suite and being part of a marking team. Senior Lecturers will be involved in both simulation and modular delivery of the programme, ideally being able to run and manage 30 credit educational modules at level 4,5 or 6. The main duties of all academic staff are teaching, research and scholarship. Academics will support teaching activities, self-development and supporting the development of others, curriculum development, management, administration, consultancy, professional updating, student counselling and welfare. As part of this professional role, you will be working in collaboration with Ambulance Trusts, as well as multi-disciplinary teams from Kingston and St George’s Universities. This role offers the unique opportunity to work with cutting-edge clinical and teaching technology within a state-of-the-art dedicated Paramedic Simulation Centre, which includes two replica ambulances and an immersive suite. This position demands a pioneering, enthusiastic and innovative approach to clinical education and self-development to deliver engaging, high quality, contemporary education to our future paramedics within our dedicated, experienced and friendly team. An experienced, motivated paramedic, registered with the UK HCPC (or for those applying from further afield, in the process of registering). Lecturers will have some experience of educating clinical staff and possess a BSc in Paramedic Science as a minimum, ideally accompanied by a relevant teaching qualification including PGCE or PPEd/PEd level 3. Senior Lecturers will have minimum of a BSc in Paramedic Science (or similar clinical degree for post-reg) supported by a relevant out of hospital or clinical master’s degree. An educational pre-requisite such as a PGCE or similar educational qualification is preferable, but not essential. Those who do not possess this will be asked to undertake a PGCE as part of the expectations of the probationary period. Some experience of research and scholarship in the field of paramedic practice or education will be advantageous in this role, and Senior Lecturers will have a research preference. The post of an academic member of staff requires professional commitment and the maintenance of high professional standards. If you are interested to apply, please go to https://www.kingston.ac.uk/jobs/ Kingston University values the diversity of its student and staff body. We are committed to providing a fully inclusive environment to ensure consistent and holistic support for our whole community, including staff, students and visitors. We recognise our duty under the Equality Act 2010 to prevent discrimination, advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations between different people when carrying out their activities. Candidates must be able to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006. Where required, this may include entry clearance or continued leave to remain under the Points Based Immigration Scheme.
An opportunity has arisen at the University of Northampton for an experienced Registered Children's Nurse with teaching experience to join our Children's Nursing team as a fulltime substantive Lecturer/Senior Lecturer. The role includes; leading an agreed range of teaching and learning activities dependent on experience, functioning as a personal teacher, liaising with stakeholders and practice partners, representing the field of practice within the larger subject group of nursing and contributing to recruitment and selection activities. The post holder must be able to generically teach and assess theory and practice as allocated within the pre-registration curriculum and teach field specific skills and knowledge to Children and Young People student nurses. DBS This post is subject to a background disclosure check by the Disclosure and Barring Service before any appointment can be confirmed. About You This post requires an individual who is able to:
- Apply credible, evidence based practice within their teaching post
- Teach, mark and assess undergraduate nursing students in theory and virtual practice
- Promote the role of Children's Nursing, establishing and maintaining credible networks with key stakeholders and service users
- Design and deliver innovative blended learning opportunities using face to face and enhanced technology
- Demonstrate a student focused approach embracing the university ethos of super supportive teaching and learning
- Recognise and meet the challenges of attracting and supporting students from widening participation backgrounds
- Engage in scholarly activity to enhance the reputation of the Faculty
- Work in partnership with practice partners to optimise learning experiences and opportunities and identify innovative approaches to enhancing placement capacity
- Degree qualification or equivalent in relevant subject
- Relevant professional qualification – Must have current NMC Registration as a Children’s Nurse
- Professional Recognition as HEA Fellow (D2) or teaching qualification recognised by HESA, or willingness to obtain within an agreed timescale
- Master’s degree in relevant subject
- Doctorate in relevant subject, completed or within 12 months of completion
We are seeking a Teaching Fellow or Senior Teaching Fellow to contribute to the delivery of teaching excellence for our nursing and advanced practice programmes. The successful applicant may also be involved in innovation relevant to nursing. The role will include designing and delivering education and assessment, through blended learning. The School focuses on the development of high quality teaching resources and effective facilitation of learning and student support. The successful candidate will be able to effectively articulate their contribution to developing the Future Nurse with evidence of supporting learners in the field. The ability to contribute to effective and safe person-centred care in our undergraduate and postgraduate curricula is essential. A commitment to the provision of a high-quality, student focused educational experience is important. Although the post is available as either a Teaching Fellow or Senior Teaching Fellow, only one appointment will be made. Please note each post has a different person specification / job description. You should also indicate in the ‘reasons for applying section’ whether you wish to be considered for the Teaching Fellow or Senior Teaching Fellow position. The successful applicant will be appointed on the Teaching Fellow or Senior Teaching Fellow scale in accordance with their qualifications and experience. For informal discussions regarding the role, please contact Dr Isobel Ryder, Associate Head (Programmes), email@example.com, in the first instance. For more information, please visit https://port.engageats.co.uk/
Our combined higher and further education offering is spread over campuses in Derby, Buxton, Leek and Chesterfield and we have some of the best university facilities in the UK, investing more than £200 million in facilities in the last 10 years. We achieve outstanding results for our teaching and research and with more than 34,000 people choosing to study with us every year, we depend on the dedication of a team of 2,200 academic and professional services staff. Financially strong and seriously ambitious we offer our employees a family-friendly, rewarding career with lots of opportunities to progress. About this role Please note, this is a 0.4 fte role. This role is being advertised to support a collaborative partnership within the Diagnostic Imaging discipline area at the University of Derby. This is a partnership with the College of Osteopaths to deliver Osteopathy education. The overall purpose/objective of this role is to work with the College of Osteopaths to deliver an evidence based curriculum within the broad field of osteopathy practice. The experience for all students at the University of Derby is grounded in learning and teaching that is of the highest quality, delivered by appropriately qualified and experienced academic staff, whom are deeply engaged with their discipline. This commitment to learning and teaching is focused on the student experience ensuring that they are treated as individuals in the learning journey. Implicit in this, is the requirement that we encourage independence of thought, the desire to understand and to advance within the discipline, and the ability to reflect on what has been achieved. The College of Health, Psychology & Social Care upholds the overall mission of the University by providing high quality, accessible learning opportunities which equip students with the skills and qualities for employment and to build successful and fulfilling careers, promoting academic enquiry and the advancement of knowledge, using a variety of methods of delivery. We are committed to widening participation and have an excellent record of meeting the needs of local stakeholders. Service user and carer involvement in programme development and delivery is an increasingly important aspect of our work. The post holder will be innovative and creative in their role whilst possessing a high standard of skill. The post holder will be expected to contribute to the pre-registration osteopathy programme.
School of Health Sciences Lecturer in Physiotherapy Grade 8 £41,526 - £52,560 pa This role provides a rare and exciting opportunity to join a motivated and innovative team of academics, committed to the delivery of high-quality healthcare education and discipline related research activity. You will be based within the multi-professional School of Health Sciences, a vibrant and collaborative community, encompassing a variety of Allied Health Professions and Nursing programmes. You should hold a physiotherapy qualification registerable with the HCPC and have physiotherapy educational experience in either a clinical setting, or at a higher education institution. Knowledge of issues affecting clinical education, and evidence of CPD are essential attributes. You should either possess a Master's degree in a relevant subject, or be registered on such a programme. In addition, you will need to demonstrate evidence of research or scholarly activity within healthcare or clinical education. Job Ref: 032126
Contributing to the whole range of teaching and administration. Teaching is likely to include a substantial contribution to: (a) the management, development (including programme/module review) and delivery of teaching and assessment at all levels; and (b) enhancement of the student experience or employability. The role will typically also involve developing and advising others, including: (a) providing expert advice to staff and students, and (b) developing and advising others on learning and teaching tasks and methods. Teaching focussed role-holders should advance the practice of teaching in their modules within the school, take a role in leading curriculum development, and play an important role in student academic support. They should also deliver excellent teaching that inspires students, and is informed by discipline-based research. Management and administration is likely to involve contributions at School level, and/or making an important contribution to some managerial/leadership (e.g. working groups) within the University. This may include developing and making substantial contributions to knowledge transfer, enterprise, business engagement, public engagement widening participation, schools outreach, or similar activities at Department/School level or further within the University. Teaching/Research role-holders will be expected to plan, execute and publish high quality research. Project manage research and/or supervise postgraduate research students, apply knowledge that develops new understanding.
Challenging, interesting and constantly changing, the University of Derby is an exceptional place to learn and an incredibly rewarding place to work. Ours is an extraordinary educational environment and because we specialise in identifying and developing individual potential, you can be confident you'll receive all the help and encouragement you need to build a rewarding career with lots of opportunities to progress. Our combined higher and further education offering is spread over campuses in Derby, Buxton, Leek and Chesterfield and we have some of the best university facilities in the UK, investing more than £200 million in facilities in the last 10 years. We achieve outstanding results for our teaching and research and with more than 34,000 people choosing to study with us every year, we depend on the dedication of a team of 2,200 academic and professional services staff. Financially strong and seriously ambitious we offer our employees a family-friendly, rewarding career with lots of opportunities to progress. About the role As a lecturer on the Mental Health and Learning Disability Nursing programme, you will be joining an innovative and inclusive team that are driven to offer the best student experience through the delivery of evidence/ research based teaching. You will be a motivated and inspiring team player that seeks to drive the student experience forward through your teaching and personal tutor support. You will have teaching experience and be a registered Learning Disability Nurse on the NMC register - you will have proven continued professional development with a desire to develop through further academic and research pursuits. Applications from job seekers who require sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications. We recommend you take time to read the government guidance on individual eligibility requirements for sponsorship to check you will meet the criteria prior to applying. Skilled Worker visa: Your job - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk). If you have any questions regarding sponsorship, please contact HRUKVI@derby.ac.uk. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expect everyone who works for us to also share this commitment and to treat people with courtesy and respect.