Jobs: Scotland

Lecturer in Art Psychotherapy

Opening Date:
10 Jan 2022
Closing Date:
30 Jan 2022
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Lecturer in Art Psychotherapy School of Health Sciences Division of Occupational Therapy & Arts Therapies 35 hours per week (1.0FTE) Open Ended (part-time applicants considered) Grade 8: £39, 739 - £50,296 per annum (with possible progression to £56,587 per annum) Ref: CVAT068A We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join the MSc Art Psychotherapy team. Applications are welcomed from suitably qualified art psychotherapists who possess practice, education and research experience. You will hold a postgraduate degree; have relevant post qualification experience and evidence of active continuing professional development. You will possess interpersonal skills that will enable you to display leadership and innovation and you will work effectively with colleagues, learners and networks. This position of Lecturer in Art Psychotherapy requires the successful candidate to contribute to the planning, delivery and evaluation of learning, teaching, and assessment in the portfolio of art therapy modules, as well as actively engaging in research and scholarly activities. For an informal discussion, please contact Adrienne McDermid-Thomas, Programme Leader, MSc Art Psychotherapy, amcdermid-thomas@qmu.ac.uk Should you wish to apply for the vacancy please visit our vacancies page, download the job description and complete an application online. The closing date for this position is 23:59 on 30th January 2022 No unsolicited agency referrals please. This role meets the minimum requirements set by UKVI to enable sponsorship of migrant workers. Queen Margaret University is committed to equality of opportunity for all by providing a supportive, flexible and inclusive working environment, and we welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds. We are proud to hold an Athena SWAN Bronze Award which recognises the advancement of gender equality at QMU. Find out more about Athena SWAN here. We have a number of family friendly policies and are happy to consider job share applications. We are a Disability Confident Employer, should you require any specific arrangements during the recruitment process please note this on your application form or contact Human Resources on recruitment@qmu.ac.uk

Lecturer in Art Therapies and Play Therapy

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10 Jan 2022
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30 Jan 2022
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Lecturer in Arts Therapies and Play Therapy School of Health Sciences Division of Occupational Therapy & Arts Therapies 7 hours per week (0.2FTE) Open Ended Grade 8: £39,739 - £50,296 pro rata (with possible progression to £56,587 pro rata) Ref: CVAT069A We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join the Arts Therapies cluster. The post-holder will integrate person-centred approaches to research within the Play Therapy programme delivered in collaboration with With Kids and contribute to other arts therapies programmes as required. Applications are welcomed from suitably qualified arts therapists or play therapists who possess practice, education and research experience. You will hold a postgraduate degree; have relevant post qualification experience and evidence of active continuing professional development. You will possess interpersonal skills that will enable you to display leadership and innovation and you will work effectively with colleagues, learners and networks. This position of Lecturer in Arts Therapies and Play Therapy requires the successful candidate to contribute to the planning, delivery and evaluation of learning, teaching, and assessment in the portfolio of arts therapy and play therapy modules, as well as actively engaging in research and scholarly activities. This will involve flexibility to work between the With Kids teaching base in Glasgow and the arts therapies teams in QMU. For an informal discussion, please contact Adrienne McDermid-Thomas, Programme Leader, MSc Art Psychotherapy, amcdermid-thomas@qmu.ac.uk or Emma Maclean, Lecturer in Music Therapy and Collaborative Academic Lead for Play Therapy, emaclean@qmu.ac.uk. Should you wish to apply for the vacancy please visit our vacancies page download the job description and complete an application online. The closing date for this position is 23:59 on 30th January 2022. No unsolicited agency referrals please. Queen Margaret University is committed to equality of opportunity for all by providing a supportive, flexible and inclusive working environment, and we welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds. We are proud to hold an Athena SWAN Bronze Award which recognises the advancement of gender equality at QMU. Find out more about Athena SWAN here. We have a number of family friendly policies and are happy to consider job share applications. We are a Disability Confident Employer, should you require any specific arrangements during the recruitment process please note this on your application form or contact Human Resources on recruitment@qmu.ac.uk

External Examiner – MSc Nursing Advancing Professional Practice

Opening Date:
8 Dec 2021
Closing Date:
24 Jan 2022
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The Department of Nursing and Community Health is seeking to appoint two external examiners for the following Postgraduate programme: MSc Nursing Advancing Professional Practice - Including the MSc/PgD Nursing Advancing Professional Practice (Advanced Nurse Practitioner) and MSc Nursing Advancing Professional Practice (district Nursing) - named awards This is a post-qualification programme that offers a variety of routes on part-time and full-time bases. The programme is open to UK nurses (flexible programme), (trainee ANP/CNS) and international qualified nurses from all backgrounds, specialities and areas of practice. Applications are invited from suitably qualified academic staff that will have experience of managing and assessing students on similar programmes, particularly those including ANP or advanced clinical practice programmes. Experience of external examining a range of assessment strategies including OSCE would be advantageous. Previous experience as an external examiner is not essential (EE). As an External Examiner you will be responsible for the external moderation of a range of modules as well as work-based learning and will be invited to review a selection of written work, OSCE, clinical logs, and exams. You would be expected to attend two Assessment Boards and submit a written report each year. The period of tenure is for four years and will commence in September 2022. All External Examiner appointments are subject to approval by the University. The University offers support for newly appointed external assessors. For further information, or to submit a CV, please contact the Programme Leader, Dr Evelyn McElhinney at Evelyn.McElhinney@gcu.ac.uk