Associate Head in Midwifery Education

Opening Date:
21 Sep 2020
Closing Date:
11 Oct 2020
Salary Range:

Make a difference, every day, to the lives of our staff and students.

An opportunity has arisen for an experienced midwifery academic to provide highly effective leadership to our excellent team.

We are committed to working and enhancing our partnership with the NHS and to provide the highest quality learning experience for our students.

We will offer you exceptional opportunities for research and advanced scholarship and we will support you with your future professional development and career plans.

About You

You will have successful and demonstrable midwifery experience; leading and managing programmes in a team of excellent midwifery academics. You will be professionally accredited and be able to demonstrate a history of successful engagement in clinical practice and the wider academic and professional community. You will have strong leadership skills (such as influencing, communication and engaging others) and be resilient in your work.

We would welcome applications from individuals who have an established track record of research output/scholarly publication and experience of participating in REF exercises.

About the Role

Midwifery Education at Edge Hill University is growing and we are committed to working with our partners in the NHS and to continually enhance our programmes through high quality teaching.

You will strive to inspire best practice amongst your colleagues and ensure that we continue to deliver a high-quality learning experience for our students. You will engage fully as a member of the department, contributing to our overall strategy and operations. You will assist in shaping all aspects of departmental management whilst maintaining excellent standards in all aspects of learning, teaching and assessment.

At Edge Hill University we value the benefits a rich and diverse workforce brings to our community and therefore welcome applications from all sections of society.

Informal enquiries should be made to Seth Crofts, Pro-Vice Chancellor and Dean of Faculty of Health, Social Care and Medicine: