The Nursing programmes at the University of East London have grown dynamically over the last 4 years, including the development of our new Pre-registration Nursing courses as well as the development of the Nursing Associate programme launched in 2018. UEL is committed to the future of nursing and is actively involved in creating apprenticeship pathways across both the FdSc and BSc programmes to enhance the widening participation offer that UEL has.
This is an exciting time to join an enthusiastic team of academics who are able to shape and influence the development of the growing UEL nursing provision.
As part of this development, we are looking to recruit an experienced midwife or midwifery educator who understands the importance of education and would like to be part of developing a midwifery course at the University of East London. The post holder will contribute to the teaching and support of students undertaking modules and/or courses at the University and to students/supervisors/practice assessors in clinical environments.
As a Lead Midwife for Education, the post holder will lead, develop and implement the Midwifery curriculum and portfolio, respond positively and enthusiastically to students and champion excellence in student experience, and able to work collaboratively with relevant stakeholders across the Schools.
The University of East London is one of the most diverse and vibrant universities in the global capital. Our pioneering and forward-thinking vision is making a positive and significant impact to the communities we serve, inspiring both our staff and students to reach their full potential.
As one of the most socially inclusive and international Universities and comprising one of the most diverse staff populations in the UK (50% of our professoriate identify from black or minority ethnic backgrounds), we are hugely proud of our track record in reducing inequalities (ranked 1st in the UK & 2nd globally, Times Higher Education Global Impact Rankings, 2020) and our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion is at the heart of Vision 2028.
We are building an environment of success where colleagues are supported to achieve, and our community can flourish and thrive. We are an accredited Investors in People Award Institution and have achieved the Investors in People Health and Wellbeing Award. With Athena Swan Awards and being one of a small number of Universities to have achieved the Race Equality Charter Award, we continue on our journey to address and reduce barriers to opportunity.
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