Salary: £35,839 – £50,966 per annum
The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health is seeking to recruit enthusiastic and ambitious HCPC registered dietitians to join the team of academics delivering a range of excellent and dynamic programmes. The successful candidate will be contributing to the teaching and learning on the BSc Dietetics programme, Masters Dietetics and Leadership (with Apprenticeship route) programme and Masters in Public Health Nutrition. Applicants should demonstrate a wide range of clinical experience, with evidence of engaging in the education pillar through supporting learners.
For the teaching fellow post, this is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in an academic career. Experience of teaching students, either within a HEI or as a clinical educator, would be advantageous.
Our senior teaching fellow post, is an excellent opportunity to move your academic career forward to a more senior level and take on more responsibility within the team which may include areas such as curriculum development and quality assurance.
The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health is the largest School in the University. We have a broad provision of health professions related courses across Dietetics, Nursing, Midwifery, Occupational Therapy, Operating Department Practice, Paramedic and Physiotherapy all leading to professional registration. We also have a large portfolio of CPD courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and now benefit from new, ‘state of the art’ health science simulation facilities, a £60M+ investment. For a fly through video – insert in your browser: https://coventry.wistia.com/medias/wnz2at25u2?media_finished
The University offers academic and professional development and provides a Post Graduate Certificate Teaching Qualification for Lecturers who do not hold a recognised teaching qualification.
Applicants are required to hold up to date registration with the HCPC as a dietitian.
Informal enquiries should be addressed to Bernice Tighe, firstname.lastname@example.org curriculum lead.