Jobs: United Kingdom

Head of Division – Division of Sport, Exercise and Health

Opening Date:
19 Apr 2024
Closing Date:
27 May 2024
Salary Range:
School of Health & Life Sciences Lanarkshire Campus THE POST – Head of Division – Division of Sport, Exercise and Health The University of West of Scotland has an exciting opportunity to join a dedicated team in the School of Health and Life Sciences, who strive to continuously inspire our students and wider University community – and, through modern teaching and impactful research, continue to deliver innovative solutions to some of the world’s biggest challenges. As Head of Division, you will be key to the successful delivery of the school’s contribution to the ambitions and priorities identified in the university strategy. In this crucial senior management role, you will provide strong, dynamic and inspirational leadership and management within the division. With responsibility for academic activity and quality in teaching, research, subject development, knowledge exchange and internationalisation at divisional level, you will contribute to achieving the school’s plan, through the delivery of an innovative portfolio of industry-led/research-informed programmes, offering an outstanding student experience, excellent teaching, and delivery of impactful, high-quality, leading-edge research, knowledge exchange, consultancy, CPD, and other innovation activities. You will oversee the allocation and management of workload and resource planning, developing and reviewing the performance of academic staff. You will uphold the values of Athena SWAN and undertake responsibilities and duties as agreed with the Deputy Dean of the School. The successful candidate should have the following:
  • PhD or equivalent professional qualification
  • Degree in discipline relevant to the division/school
  • Significant experience of contemporary learning, teaching and assessment within Higher Education, with a commitment to delivering high quality teaching to support an outstanding student experience.
  • Experience and knowledge of quality assurance and quality enhancement systems, with an inclusive curriculum development approach that demonstrates equality as well as sharing of good practice
  • Be able to demonstrate experience in successfully managing people and process either in a line or staff management capacity
  • Heightened skills in effective planning, organising and problem solving with excellent liaison, networking, influencing and communication skills.
  • Appropriate evidence of external engagement which is clearly in line with the School’s priority areas for the future (e.g. external engagement in terms of research, or knowledge exchange, or engagement with professional bodies or other external organisations)
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Lecturer in Adult Field Nursing

Opening Date:
16 Apr 2024
Closing Date:
13 May 2024
Salary Range:
The School of Nursing and Allied Health has a number of new academic posts as the school grows and expands its provision of Nursing and Allied Health programmes. Would you like the opportunity to play a key role in the planning and delivery of nursing provision within the School of Nursing & Allied Health at Birmingham Newman University? Do you want to become part of a team with a clear commitment to outstanding education and support for our students and each other? If so, we are seeking adult field nurse academics and or experienced clinicians who are student focussed, approachable and willing to contribute to the development of Birmingham Newman University portfolio and vision of Nursing and Allied Health programmes. Candidates should have up-to-date knowledge of adult field nurse education and a commitment to creating an inclusive environment where diversity is celebrated, and everyone is afforded equality of opportunity. Applicants will also need to demonstrate that they have either a recognised teaching qualification or HEA fellowship or a willingness to work towards this. Applicants will need to hold current NMC registration and be committed to maintaining this. The benefits of working in the School of Nursing & Allied Health at Newman University include:
  • A friendly team committed to a new way of Nurse Education
  • Smaller cohort sizes
  • Single campus facilitating high visibility of staff for students
  • Modern learning and teaching facilities including a brand-new state-of-the-art simulation centre and therapy spaces
  • A clear institutional ethos based on respect for others, social justice and equity
Informal enquiries about this opportunity are very welcome. Please contact Kevin Crimmons, Head of Subject Adult Nursing or Ronnie Meechan, Head of School (Associate Dean) Nursing & Allied Health to discuss the role further. An application form and further details about this role are available from: or alternatively please e-mail: Closing date for applications: 13th May 2024 Interviews will take place on: 11th June 2024 Birmingham Newman University offers a wide range of staff benefits including 35 days annual leave entitlement plus bank holidays (pro rata for part time posts), pension scheme, chaplaincy and spiritual care, library services, free on-site parking, discounted travel scheme, cycle to work scheme, employee assistance programme, occupational health and counselling services and staff development opportunities. Further details of the full range of staff benefits available can be found on our website: or please contact the Human Resources Department. Birmingham Newman University is an Equal Opportunity Employer Birmingham Newman University is located on Genners Lane, Bartley Green, Birmingham, West Midlands, B32 3NT.

Lecturer in Radiography

Opening Date:
12 Apr 2024
Closing Date:
7 May 2024
Salary Range:
(Part-time, Secondments and Job Share posts considered). The School of Allied Health Professions in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences seeks to recruit an enthusiastic, motivated Radiographer to join a dedicated team of over 60 AHP academics. The successful applicant will mainly teach across the School’s pre-registration curricula, with particular focus on the BSc Radiography (Diagnostic Imaging) programmes, including apprentice routes. The BSc (Hons) Radiography (Diagnostic Imaging) programme has been recognised by both employers and graduating students, as high quality; consistently in the top 5 in the United Kingdom in the National Student Survey. Enjoying excellent facilities, you will teach students in a bespoke Radiography Diagnostic Imaging Suite with state-of-the-art simulation facilities and bespoke digital health hub space for image interpretation. The School also offers two apprenticeship radiography routes (level 5 and level 6) and are developing an evolving radiography postgraduate offer, working with the Imaging Academy Hub at the University Hospitals of North Midlands. The post offers exciting prospects for an individual wishing to develop their teaching skills and further their scholarship activities. It is also an excellent opportunity for colleagues working clinically who wish to gain academic experience. Shared posts with clinical working will be considered. As an academic in the School, you will play a part in the development of educational and scholarship initiatives aligned with the School strategic direction. You will be an HCPC registered Radiographer (or equivalent), with an appreciation of the principles of teaching and learning in higher education. The University recognises that its success depends upon the contribution and dedication of its talented staff. In return, we have a competitive benefits package available, including:
  • Competitive rate of pay with annual increments within the grade
  • Generous annual leave entitlement with opportunities to purchase additional leave
  • Excellent staff pension scheme
  • Access to continued personal, professional and career development
  • An on campus ‘outstanding’ nursery
  • Discounted health & fitness facilities on site
  • Cycle to work scheme (subject to eligibility)
  • The University is committed to operating flexible working practices wherever possible.
Further information can be found at Keele University values equality and diversity across our workforce and to ensuring our staff community is reflective of the diversity of our student population. In support of these commitments the University welcomes applications from individuals of Black, Asian and ethnic minority backgrounds for all roles. Please note this appointment is subject to both medical clearance by the University’s Occupational Health provider and a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service check. How to apply For full post details please visit: Keele University employees wishing to apply should login to Employee Self Service and click on the 'View current vacancies' link. Information Enquiries Please contact Dr Anne O’Brien, Head of School (a.v.o’ or Emma Edwards ( (BSc Hons Radiography Programme Director) or Donna Holdcroft ( (Radiography Apprenticeships Director) for further information

Lecturer in Adult Nursing AC2

Opening Date:
12 Apr 2024
Closing Date:
6 May 2024
Salary Range:
School of Health & Life Sciences Adult Nursing, Community and Health Division Lanarkshire Campus REQ000110 - Lecturer in Adult Nursing AC2 Salary: AC2 £40,522 - £48,349 per annum Full Time, permanent THE POSTS - Lecturer in Adult Nursing AC2* Opportunities have arisen for AC2 lecturers to join our Adult Nursing, Community and Health within the School of Health and Life Sciences, where teaching and research are at the heart of all the school’s activities. Ideally, the successful candidates will be a registered adult nurse and qualified, or soon to be qualified, to Masters level. Other professional accredited body registrations, such as HCPC, with the appropriate professional experience may be considered, but preference will be given to applicants registered with the NMC. You will join a dedicated team who strive to continuously inspire our students and wider University community – and, through modern teaching and impactful research, continue to deliver innovative solutions to some of the world’s biggest challenges. The posts require skilled and motivated people with clinical credibility to contribute to the currency and clinical relevance of our adult nursing, mental health and social care programmes, and to deliver and develop our post graduate portfolio. The ability to contribute to module and programme development is integral to this post, along with engagement in wider academic activities such as consultancy, CPD, and scholarship to enhance teaching or academic knowledge. The successful candidate should have the following:
  • Degree and relevant postgraduate qualification (near completion of Master's degree)
  • Professional Body qualification
  • A sufficient breadth or depth of knowledge and experience in the discipline to work within established teaching programmes.
  • Awareness of strategies to promote and assess learning.
  • Understand equality and diversity issues as they may impact on academic content and issues relating to student need.
  • Commitment to delivering high quality teaching and supporting an outstanding student experience.
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External Examiner – BSc (Hons) Therapeutic Radiography

Opening Date:
19 Jan 2024
Closing Date:
3 Jun 2024
Salary Range:
The School of Health and Social Work is looking for a dedicated individual to join our friendly and committed team and undertake the role of external examiner for its full-time, pre-registration, BSc (Hons) Therapeutic Radiography programme, commencing in September 2024. This recently validated programme will run concurrently with the Level 5 and 6 of the BSc (Hons) Radiotherapy & Oncology programme. The appointment will be from September 2024. Applications are invited from suitably qualified, experience academic staff, who hold current registration as a Therapeutic Radiographer. Previous experience of acting in the role of external examiner is desirable but not essential. The tenure of appointment is for four years. All external examiner appointments are subject to approval by the Director of the Centre of Academic Quality Assurance at the University. The successful candidate will have access to an on-line induction to familiarise themselves with the role and have the opportunity to meet the teaching team; additional support may be available for those who have not undertaken the role before. If you are interested in applying for this role, please send an expression of interest and detailed Curriculum Vitae outlining your employment history, qualifications, teaching experience and research/scholarly activities, registration number and any previous external examining activity (if applicable) to the programme leader, Elaine Long You are most welcome to contact Elaine Long to arrange an informal discussion or for further details.

External Examiner – MSc Psychotherapy programmes under collaborative arrangements

Opening Date:
1 Oct 2021
Closing Date:
30 Sep 2025
Salary Range:
The University of Northampton is looking for an External Examiner for the following programmes, as part of our collaborative arrangement with Dublin Counselling and Therapy Centre (DCTC) We are looking for someone:
  • who is suitably qualified with expertise in the above areas, ideally a Programme Leader or Senior Lecturer on similar programmes;
  • previous experience as an external examiner is strongly preferred
The appointment will be for the four academic years 2021 to 2025, from 1 October 2021 Please note that we cannot currently accept applications from staff at the following institutions: Arden University Bath Centre for Psychology Coventry University Glasgow Caledonian University Bangor University UCLAN Leeds Beckett Nottingham Trent University Open University University College of London University of Derby University of Sunderland University of Surrey Closing date: 26 April 2021 If you are interested in applying for this role (or to request further information), please send a recent CV to Dr Kimberley Hill, Psychology Deputy Subject Lead: