We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic academic colleague to join the Department of Health and Wellbeing to support our work on children and young people’s mental health and well-being. The successful candidates will play a key role in the delivery and on-going development of the BSc (Hons) Top-Up course and the Foundation Degree: Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH). The post holder will be required to teach theory and skills on the CAMH courses with a particular focus on mental health conditions and interventions as well as contribute to inter professional learning and teaching across the School of Allied Health and Community and be involved in the delivery of CPD activities. The successful candidates will support students and liaise with mentors in placement settings and support students via tutorials by being a Personal Academic Tutor (PAT).
Worcestershire is a desirable and attractive place to live and work with a diverse population centred on urban areas surrounded by countryside The University of Worcester is a high achieving, award-winning, dynamic institution with a notably inclusive, civic ethos. It is one of the Country’s top universities for gender equality, with multiple accolades for teaching quality, inclusion, contribution to the community, and environmental sustainability.
We are a leading provider of health education, from Nursing and Midwifery to Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy. Our new Medical School is on target to open next year.
The Department of Health and Wellbeing is one of four departments in the School. In addition to the CAMH courses, the School offers Foundations Degrees in Health and Social Care and in Mental Health, BSc Healthcare with a Foundation Year, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Paramedic and Social work and Master’s courses in Healthcare Management and Leadership, Nutritional therapy and the Physician Associate. The School has an exceptional reputation for excellence and the successful candidates will further develop the quality of our provision through strong collaboration with our practice partners.
Informal queries in relation to these posts are welcome, and may be directed to Lisa Mauro-Bracken, Head of Department of Health and Wellbeing