To build on the expertise within the school we are seeking to appoint a lecturer in Paramedic Science A or B (dependant on experience and/or qualifications) to join the Paramedic Team. The applicant must hold a professional registration as a Paramedic with the HCPC .
The School of Health Sciences (SHS) and is one of the largest schools in the University. It is currently ranked 2nd for Paramedic Science and 3rd in England for Nursing (Complete University Guide, 2022). The School of Health Sciences is a vibrant School which contributes effectively to the University vision to ensure excellence in teaching and the student experience The School of Health Sciences is located has a state-of-the-art teaching technology and Clinical Simulation Centre demonstrate the University’s investment in this highly achieving School.
Sitting within the University’s Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, the School of Health Sciences has achieved substantial success and is currently ranked 3rd by the Complete University Guide 2022. The school is a leading provider of undergraduate and postgraduate education and is in the top 10 in the UK for research following the last Research Excellence Framework assessment. In addition to this, we have been awarded Gold for our Teaching
We will happily consider applicants requesting part time working. We are additionally happy to discuss how we can help you move into higher education, either as a secondment opportunity or a full transition to Higher Education.
In addition to your salary, you will receive a generous annual leave entitlement and excellent development opportunities. Our benefits package includes final salary pension scheme and childcare assistance. The University is easily accessible by road and rail. The main University campus, Stag Hill, is situated close to the Guildford mainline train station and within a short walk of the town centre.
If you would like to discuss this opportunity further, please contact Jackie McBride, email@example.com.
We look forward to receiving your application via The University of Surrey’s website.