About the Role
The department is seeking to appoint a dynamic and innovative Principal Lecturer to lead the Paramedic and Emergency Care Provision at the Institute of Health and Allied Professions. The successful candidate will have a passion for teaching and learning to enable them to lead a team to deliver an excellent student experience for future Paramedic, Ambulance and Emergency Care practitioners.
You’ll have excellent leadership skills alongside an established track record of course delivery, curriculum development and/or team management , with a willingness to continue developing your scholarly, practice or academic research profile. As a Principal Lecturer for Paramedicine you’ll make an excellent strategic contribution to the development of an innovative learning experience for students at NTU.
You will be an inspiring leader and educator interested in creating engaging learning experiences.
You should be able to make a significant leadership contribution to our ambitious plan for leading and delivering innovative, practice-focused education for the current and future emergency care workforce.
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.
Interviews: W/c 8th April
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 in the School of Social Sciences has developed a range of new provision for healthcare professionals across the sector including nursing and paramedics. We have excellent partnerships with practice providers to help us develop high quality education and research, to enable us to deliver meaningful change to our community and further fulfil the University’s strategic commitment to enriching society. We have established provision at NTU’s Clifton Campus and Mansfield Hub.
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
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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.
- And a whole lot more…
Come and be part of our success. Apply today.