Lecturer in Midwifery

Opening Date:
13 Mar 2024
Closing Date:
3 Apr 2024
Salary Range:

Lecturer in Midwifery


The School of Health and Society is actively recruiting a Lecturer in Midwifery who will help shape its future direction. You will develop and deliver high quality teaching materials in the pre-registration and post registration programmes but will also have the opportunity to contribute across the spectrum of academic work in the School. You will work within a committed team of academics to provide the highest possible student experience, ensuring that the competencies of the students are developed and enhanced. Registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council as a midwife is required and a post graduate qualification.

This is a fantastic opportunity that would suit candidates from a midwifery background and particularly those experienced in teaching, practice development, research, and education to Post Graduate level.

If you have the attributes required to join us submit your application. Please note, this role closes on the 03/04/2024.

Interview dates to be confirmed.

A bit about the School of Health & Society

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 want you to join our team and work with us creating the professionals of the future, we successfully train and develop students for careers in the modern world and our students regularly gain employment in their speciality on graduation. We are home to a £2 million simulation centre, a counselling and well-being clinic; a podiatry and sports rehabilitation service and are proud to have the Institute of dementia and the UK’s first doctoral training school in podiatry in our school.

What’s in it for you?

All our people are important to us, and we have services dedicated to your mental and physical wellbeing from an Employee Assistance Programme to discounted gym membership. All of this on either our Peel Park campus or our MediaCity campus, at the heart of a world-renowned digital and media hub.

We value diversity — in backgrounds and in experiences. Our difference makes us stronger, and together we share a passion for improving students’ lives.

We have a commitment to be Net Zero by 2038 and embed sustainability in all aspects of university life.

And, most importantly, we offer you a rewarding career. A career where everything you do will make a difference – to the students, our local community and the world around you.