Senior Lecturer in Advanced Clinical Practice

Opening Date:
21 Mar 2024
Closing Date:
14 Apr 2024
Salary Range:

About the Role

The Institute of Health and Allied Health Professions at Nottingham Trent University is looking to appoint an enthusiastic and forward-thinking Senior Lecturer in Advanced Clinical Practice (ACP), with a prescribing qualification, to join our academic team. You will be responsible for supporting our multi-professional MSc Advanced Clinical Practice and the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice Apprenticeship programmes. We are seeking an individual who is experienced in the field of ACP and can provide high-quality teaching and learning for our students.

The successful candidate will primarily be aligned to delivering the ACP courses, but may also contribute to other relevant modules or courses within our offer, depending on your area of expertise. You will participate in the planning, delivery, assessment, and quality assurance processes across the ACP programmes. You will contribute to student recruitment for both the ACP apprenticeship and the non-apprenticeship courses. You will act as a personal tutor for ACP students and apprentices, providing pastoral care, and coordinating tri-partite progress reviews, working collaboratively with our key stakeholder organisations to ensure support and high-quality learning experiences for students.

This is a full-time post however we are willing to consider fractional contracts, secondments, and job shares should the post holder wish to maintain clinical practice links

Ideal candidate

You will hold a relevant Master’s degree in Advanced Clinical Practice and be a registrant with an appropriate professional body and be able to demonstrate your credentials in ACP. Although we are open to appointing individuals from a range of clinical specialties, the successful candidate must be able to teach and assess clinical examination across all systems. You will be confident in collaboratively engaging with learners to develop their confidence and competence across the four pillars of advanced practice as well as developing and assessing their academic development and critical inquiry skills.

You will have experience working with learners in practice, designing, and delivering learning opportunities, and have a good understanding of current and evolving clinical, professional, and policy developments in ACP.

You will possess excellent communication and leadership skills with a willingness to continue developing your scholarly, practice, or academic research profile. A teaching qualification is preferred, but if you do not hold one, you will be supported to undertake this.

About Us

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 healthcare professionals both pre and post-qualification. Our programmes cover Public Health, Paramedicine and Emergency Care, Occupational Therapy, and Nursing.