Are you a Senior Lecturer with contemporary knowledge of prescribing, pharmacology, advanced health assessment and advanced clinical practice?
Do you have professional experience as an advanced clinical practitioner or community specialist practitioner?
Do you have annotation of your prescriber qualification on the NMC, HCPC or GPhC register (V300)?
If you meet these criteria, then this role may be of great interest to you.
At University College Birmingham we are developing a suite of Post-Registration Nursing and Allied Health programmes including Community Specialist Practitioner Qualifications, Advanced Clinical Practice and the V300 Independent and Supplementary Prescribing Qualification this year, for delivery from September 2024.
We require a Senior Lecturer to join our Department of Health, with the skills and experience to support the development and approval of the V300 Independent and Supplementary Prescribing programme, and the advanced clinical/health assessment module on the specialist practitioner programme.
Our new post-registration programmes’ curriculum will focus on preparing experienced practitioners to develop their role or innovate their practice as advanced clinical and specialist practitioners.
You will work in partnership with students, academics, researchers, service users and practice partner colleagues to create and deliver high quality learning and teaching.
Please see the Senior Lecturer Job Description and Person Specification which outlines further details for this specialist role.
You must have expertise in engaging in post-registration nursing or allied health education with sound pedagogical foundations and be able to offer inspirational learning and teaching to students.
You will have an awareness of the requirements for Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education and Ofsted, as the programmes will be offered as apprenticeships as well as fulltime/part time programmes.
You should have a strong commitment to developing and maintaining relationships with the programme delivery team, wider university teams, the NMC/HCPC and our stakeholders, as this will be required during curriculum development, validation and approval and ongoing programme monitoring.
You will be working with an outstanding team of nursing and allied health lecturers, plus support service staff in Moss House and McIntyre House. Our facilities include state-of-the-art skills and simulation facilities includes a fully equipped 6 bedded hospital ward, immersive technologies 360-degree video room, community care room, skills training spaces, anatomy rooms and modern and spacious lecture and study spaces.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Closing Date – Friday 27 October 2023 at midday
Generous allocation of annual leave
38 days’ paid leave per year
12 Bank Holidays & Concessionary Days
Excellent Teachers’ Pension Scheme
Employer Contribution – 23.6%
Subsidised private healthcare provided by Aviva including a Digital GP Service.
Employee Assistance Programme inclusive of counselling services, financial wellbeing support and bereavement support
Annual health MOTs with our Registered Nurse
Excellent staff development opportunities including professional qualification sponsorship
A variety of salary sacrifice schemes including car, technology and cycle.
Heavily-subsidised on-site car parking in central Birmingham