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Teesside University are looking to appoint a new module and award examiner for the BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy (Apprenticeship) within the School of Health and Life Sciences. The subject areas involved are: Physiotherapy Apprenticeship, Levels 4, 5 and 6. Information about the provision can be found on the University website: Physiotherapy (Apprenticeship), BSc (Hons), course | Undergraduate study | Teesside University The appointment is to run for 5 academic years from immediate effect. For more information or to register your interest, please contact Alison Ramsdale DIRECT at A.Ramsdale@tees.ac.uk by 02 February 2022 providing a copy of your most recent CV.
Teesside University are looking to appoint a new module examiner for modules within the School of Health and Life Sciences. The subject areas involved are: UCPD Primary Care Management of Respiratory Disease Level 6. UCPD Management of Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease for the Health Care Assistant in Primary Care Level 4. UCCE Delivery of the NHS Health Check Level 4. UCPD Primary Care: Cardiovascular Disease Management Level 5. The appointment is to run for 5 academic years from January 2022 For more information or to register your interest, please contact Dawn Bellwood DIRECT at D.Bellwood@tees.ac.uk, providing a copy of your most recent CV by Friday 28 January 2022.
Teesside University are looking to appoint a new module and award examiner for the FdSc Nursing Associate Programme within the School of Health and Life Sciences. The subject areas involved are: Study Skills and Professionalism – Level 4 Module An Introduction to Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology – Level 4 Module Person Centred Care – The Service User Experience – Level 4 Module Introduction to Public Health for Nursing Associates – Level 4 Module Developing the Professional Practice of the Nursing Associate – Level 4 Module Developing Public Health in Practice for Nursing Associates – Level 5 Module Caring for People with Acute and Long-Term Conditions and Co morbidities – Level 5 Module Working in Teams – Level 5 Module Investigating Evidence and Contributing to Change – Level 5 Module Enhancing Practice for the Nursing Associate – Level 5 Module Information about the provision can be found on the University website: https://www.tees.ac.uk/undergraduate_courses/nursing_&_health/fdsc_nursing_associate_higher_apprenticeship.cfm The appointment is to run for 5 academic years from January 2022. For more information or to register your interest, please contact Mark Wheatley DIRECT at email@example.com providing a copy of your most recent CV by 21 January 2022.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to support key activity carried out in the dynamic and vibrant Faculty of Nursing Midwifery and Health at Northumbria University. We are looking to make external appointments to engage End Point Assessors (EPA) to carry out independent end-point assessment activity in accordance with the conditions, timescales and arrangements set by Northumbria University as the End-point Assessment Organisation and the assessment plan for the Nursing (RNDA) apprenticeship standard in the fields of Adult and Children. Requirements The externally appointed Assessors will support our quality assurance processes with integrated apprenticeship standards. By the nature of the apprenticeship structure, assessors must be independent of the teaching, learning and management of the on-programme apprentice experience. Assessment activity will run over a 3-year period, assessors will operate under an annual agreement. We have multiple intakes each year and need to ensure flexibility of the assessment activity across the academic year to ensure that the apprentice end point assessment occurs within the standard duration. The activities of an EPA will be to;
- Review and confirm evidence relating to the specific EPA criteria and involvement in the EPA process as defined in the relevant Apprenticeship Standard Assessment Plan.
- Provide detailed, appropriate feedback to support EPA processes and attend professional discussions/panel meetings and other EPA as appropriate to the standard.
- Confirm independence and impartiality of the process.
- Confirm maintenance of nationally comparable standards across HE institutions.
- Attend Award Boards associated with the listed programme(s) and confirm successful apprentices with award classifications in accordance with Northumbria University Assessment Regulations.
- Contribute to external quality assurance where appropriate.
- Maintain registration with professional bodies as appropriate to the apprenticeship standard.
- Work with Nurses and academic teams, demonstrating a high level of integrity, confidentiality and professionalism.
- Knowledge and understanding of the standard and assessment plan.
- Knowledge and understanding of UK sector agreed reference points to maintain academic standards and assurance of quality.
- Be independent of the apprentice, EPAO or employing organisation who are involved in delivering the apprenticeship.
- Relevant academic/professional qualifications to the level of qualification being externally examined, and/or extensive practitioner experience where appropriate.
- Sufficient standing, credibility and breadth of experience within the discipline to be able to command the respect of academic/professional peers.
We are seeking Registered Adult Nurses with significant clinical experience to support Registered Nurse Degree Apprentices located across England. You will have a passion for education and supporting the apprentices in the clinical and educational setting. The role also requires the successful candidate to take be an autonomous practitioner who can offer expert knowledge, guidance and support to the nurse apprentice and the wider team. This role is both exciting and challenging and requires excellent knowledge and understanding of teaching and learning; supporting staff and trainees within and across teams, and successfully leading modules in an HEI setting. They will offer support to the practice placement providers to ensure the NMC and Apprenticeship competencies and requirements are met. We are working with Spire Healthcare with a 'grow your own' nursing workforce model therefore, you will be joining a team of Lecturer / Clinical Link Tutors supporting the delivery of the Registered Nurse Degree Apprenticeship across the Spire Network. You will be required to travel to destinations across England in order to support the apprentices. You can find Spire Hospital locations here. Please note these posts are fixed term for up to 5 years which will be reviewed as the programme develops. You will have a Degree and preferably a post graduate qualification, in education or specialist clinical practice and have wide experience in the practice of supporting students. If you hold the skills and experience, we are looking for, we would love to hear from you. 0088-21-R-4 Lecturer / Clinical Link Tutor – Registered Nurse Degree Apprenticeship - Jobs at the University of Sunderland
A vacancy has arisen in the Department of Science for an individual with specialist expertise in Physical Geography and GIS, plus expertise in river and costal systems. Building upon your knowledge and experience, you will help to design and deliver contemporary and engaging teaching to our students. There will also be time for you to undertake research and to contribute to income generation through enterprise, consultancy, professional/workforce development and other business engagement activities. The successful candidate will hold a PhD in a relevant discipline and will have the ability to contribute to curriculum development. A commitment to undertaking research, development and/or scholarship is also essential. For further details of this and other posts, please refer to our website at https://www.tees.ac.uk/jobs Please note if you are invited to interview this will take place via Microsoft Teams
The successful candidate will be educated to degree level, with a PhD in a relevant discipline, and will have expertise in Health and Human Biology and the ability to teach a wide range of health and human biology topics. You will have the ability to contribute to curriculum development and will be committed to undertaking research, development and/or scholarship to enhance teaching. Please be advised that due to the minimum salary thresholds imposed by the UKVI, this post may qualify for University sponsorship under the Skilled Worker visa route. Apply now if you would like to join us. https://www.tees.ac.uk/depts/hr/jobs.cfm
Social isolation and loneliness has been identified as an increasing health concern within the ex-service personnel population in the UK. Social isolation is linked to poor health and well-being and increased risk of mortality. For many veterans, the transition to civilian life from a military environment is a significant life change, with a loss of identity, established social networks no longer accessible, which may impact on mental health and wellbeing. Research has identified gaps in provision of services, health inequalities and care to support veterans as they integrate into civilian life. Additionally, the stigma associated with mental health, which has specific military contexts, may be a barrier to ex-service personnel of all ages in seeking help. This study will help to provide a better understanding of the impact of social isolation on veterans living in Sunderland and explore solutions to support wellbeing to inform commissioning and delivery of services. The project will employ a qualitative research methods approach, using situational analysis to investigate:
- The experiences of ex-service personnel as they transition to civilian life
- The perspectives of family and friends of veterans, to be able to explore the issues of social isolation from those who live with and support veterans in a domestic environment
- The role of social prescribing in the wellbeing of veterans and their families.
- The role of organisations, formal and informal networks in the identification care and support of veterans in Sunderland
Faculty of Health & Wellbeing (School of Nursing & Midwifery) Ref: NMW-200/A The University of Bolton is a “Teaching Intensive, Research Informed” higher education institution whose distinctive high quality, student-focussed, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes attract students from all over the world. Our staff are at the heart of everything we do: they are highly qualified and experienced in their fields, supporting their teaching practice by carrying out quality research and engaging in continuous professional development. Staff pride themselves on being outstanding professionals that provide excellent learning, teaching and applied research and support in the provision of custom-designed, industry led courses in numerous subject areas. We are looking to recruit an Associate Lecturer / Lecturer Nursing due to the successful expansion of the School, but most recently with the expansion of the School in our Partner Satellite colleges and Practice Partners. This role will be based at Bradford College and there will be an expectation that the successful candidate will travel to the University of Bolton to attend meetings or other events in order to meet the core business needs as required. The key duties of the role-holder will be to contribute to the teaching and delivery of Nursing programmes, undergraduate and taught postgraduate nursing and related programmes, including the academic and personal support of students are key requirements. In addition to contribute to the student recruitment and admissions of the Nursing Programmes. NMC registration is an essential requirement for this role along with a first degree and preferably a teaching qualification. We are particularly interested in candidates with a contemporary experience in nursing. A commitment to undertaking a PhD, and membership of the Higher Education Academy is a requirement of the post. The successful candidate should demonstrate a practical awareness of current developments in Nurse Education and as well as being able to facilitate the creation and maintenance of a range of links between courses and the health care sector. Salary: In the range of £30,942 - £42,792 per annum *Closing date for applications: 12.00 noon on Tuesday 4 January 2022 Interviews are expected to take place within 4 weeks of the closing date. An application form, job description and person specification can be viewed on our website: https://www.bolton.ac.uk/staffarea/professional-services/abouthr/vacancies or requested by email: firstname.lastname@example.org Applicants need to be aware that only a completed application form will be considered, unless it is specifically indicated in an advertisement that a CV will be accepted. Where appropriate, you should include a list of all publications when submitting your application. Please ensure you quote the position reference number on all applications submitted. Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK, for more information please visit https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa.