About the Role
We’re seeking to appoint an experienced academic with a passion for practice learning for healthcare professionals. The successful candidate will take responsibility for managing the practice learning portfolio across the Institute of Health and Allied Professions education provision. You’ll lead and manage staff involved in placement development and practice learning in each of our professions.
You’ll contribute to the strategic development of the department with a focus on practice learning as a key member of the department Senior Leadership Team. As a successful applicant you’ll have a clear ability to innovate to drive forward creative models of placement delivery for students at the Institute
Applications are welcomed from individuals who have a record of successful management of practice learning for healthcare students.
You’ll have excellent leadership skills alongside an established teaching and practice learning track record, with a willingness to continue developing your scholarly, practice or academic research profile. As a Principal Lecturer for Practice Learning in Healthcare you’ll make an excellent strategic contribution to the development of an innovative and engaging practice learning experience for students at NTU.
For more details, please take a look at the role profile. We’ll still consider applications even if you don’t meet every single one of the requirements, so don’t be put off if you don’t match them perfectly.
The School of Social Sciences at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is recognised nationally and internationally for delivering theoretically informed and applied research. We foster a culture that values the diversity of all our communities and publicises and celebrates excellence in all we do.
We maintain a vibrant and inclusive learning and teaching environment that is grounded in scholarship, research, and professional practice.
Established in 2019, the Institute of Health and Allied professions is a growing department. At our heart is a commitment to enhancing health and healthcare for individuals and communities. One of the ways we contribute to this is through the development of contemporary and innovative education for health care professionals both pre and post qualification. Our programmes cover Public Health, Paramedicine and Emergency Care, Occupational Therapy and Nursing.
If you share our passion for transforming people’s lives and creating opportunities, apply today.
For any informal queries about the role or the team, please contact Dr Anne Felton, Head of Department at Anne.Felton@ntu.ac.uk or Deputy Head of Department Nikki Welyczko email@example.com
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We also offer:
- Between 25 and 35 days annual leave per year (dependent on grade) plus statutory bank holidays and 5 university closure days pro rata
- Salary Sacrifice Retirement Savings Plan with life assurance and income protection. Available to colleagues who choose to opt out of the contractual pension scheme. Minimum colleague contributions of 0% matched with minimum NTU contributions of 8%.
- Opportunity to receive a bonus for exceptional performance and contribution
- Range of health and wellbeing services, voluntary benefits, discounts, and savings for all colleagues.