Lecturer AHP Non-Medical Prescriber

Opening Date:
9 Jan 2024
Closing Date:
11 Feb 2024
Salary Range:

Are you an Allied Health professional (AHP) and non-medical prescriber looking for a new challenge? Do you want help shape the future workforce? Or do you want to work in a vibrant team interdisciplinary team with supported development opportunities?

In the directorate of Allied & Public Health we are seeking to appoint a dynamic, enthusiastic and forward-thinking HCPC registered AHP, who is also a non-medical prescriber. We are particularly interested in those registered as podiatrists. You will be working as a lecturer within the non-medical prescribing and podiatry teams. You will provide clinical skills training, supervision and assessment of practical skills, as well as academic and pastoral support to our students.

Why not get in touch! For an informal discussion about the role please contact Dr Gill Rawlinson, Director of Allied and Public health, via G.Rawlinson2@Salford.ac.uk. To apply, please follow this link: https://universityofsalford.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/brand-4/user-814/xf-6394f7132f51/wid-1/spa-1/spa#/legacy/https:%2F%2Funiversityofsalford.tal.net%2Fvx%2Flang-en-GB%2Fbrand-4%2Fuser-814%2Fxf-6394f7132f51%2Fwid-1%2Fspa-1%2Fats%2Frecruiter%2Fopportunities%2Fvacancy%2F2166

Interviews are planned for Week commencing 27th February 2024

Key Responsibilities

  • Deliver a range of teaching materials and modules including NMP and medicines management, as well as marking and assessing work.
  • Work with the students in practical sessions to help them gain the direct skills required to join the workforce.
  • Work with colleagues from across our School to share best practice knowledge and find opportunities to collaborate, where appropriate, to enhance the student experience and promotion of our work.
  • Promote equality and diversity for students and staff and sustain an inclusive and supportive study and work environment in accordance with university policy.

Why Salford?

With over 8,000 students we are the largest School at the University, with colleagues and students from all over the world. We are a forward-thinking, dynamic school with a commitment to lifelong learning and real-world impact.

We offer programmes across a range of subject areas including counselling, nursing and midwifery, allied and public health, psychology, sociology, social work and social policy, policing and criminology, and sport.

Through our interdisciplinary research network and three research centres, we focus on improving health, social and individual outcomes.

Our award-winning facilities give students real-world experience and we have plans to further develop our estate to build on this success.

We are part of the global healthcare community and collaboration is at the heart of what we do, working with a wide range of industry partners locally, regionally and globally.

By joining us, you will become part of a wide network of professionals, sharing knowledge and expertise. Like us, you will be passionate and committed and will be part of our ambitious journey, to shape the health professionals, community and social leaders of the future.