Jobs: £30-40k

Lecturer in Nursing

Opening Date:
17 Jun 2024
Closing Date:
30 Jun 2024
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Main Duties & Responsibilities Learning and Teaching: 1. Deliver learning activities on a range of courses and levels including apprenticeship provision, as required. 2. Develop and prepare high quality, inspiring and inclusive Learning and Teaching (to include digital learning) materials, assignments, activities and assessments which support student learning and embed employability skills. 3. Undertake assessment of students’ coursework, project work and examinations, and maintain up-to-date and accurate records of their progress and achievement. 4. Supervision, guidance and marking of students’ independent work (e.g. practical work, dissertations). 5. Participate fully in course team activities and act as a Unit/Module Leader as required. 6. Support student placement activities as required. 7. Contribute to curriculum development, promotion and marketing of new courses and new approaches to Learning and Teaching. 8. Provide high quality academic, pastoral and personal support for students, including acting as a Personal Tutor. Management and Administration: 9. Assist with the administration, enrolment and induction of students. 10. Contribute to the review of learning programmes, including apprenticeship provision, e.g. retention, attendance, success, progression and student satisfaction. 11. Contribute to student recruitment through participation in marketing and promotional events, such as open days/evenings. 12. Contribute to award boards, if required (HE). Liaison and Networking: 13. Contribute to collaborative links with other programmes/subjects and develop internal networks. 14. Develop links with external partners such as other educational bodies, employers and professional bodies to foster collaboration. 15. Reflect and act upon feedback from students/peer observations to enhance contribution and practice. 16. Offer peer support and share good practice in all aspects of the role. General: 17. Engage in meaningful professional development and updating relevant to the University and School objectives. 18. Participate fully in team/Department/School meetings and planning activities. 19. Participate fully in annual review and other University processes. 20. Demonstrate a commitment to promoting the principles of Equality and Diversity. 21. Duty of care in respect of Health and Safety of self and others. 22. To commit to upholding the principles of Safeguarding and the PREVENT agenda. 23. To ensure practice is in line with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulations. 24. Any other duties commensurate with the nature and grade of the post.

Lecturer in Nursing- Mental Health

Opening Date:
14 Jun 2024
Closing Date:
14 Jul 2024
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Full time, Permanent Are you a Registered Nurse that is passionate about providing contemporary evidence-based nursing practice? Do you want to contribute to the learning and teaching of the next generation of Nurses? Have we got your attention? An opportunity has arisen to join the Nurse Education team at Wrexham University Wrexham campus We are looking for a Registered Mental Health Nurse to join our innovative team who is ready to move into an academic role and to be supported to develop their skills of teaching and assessment. We will consider applications for full and part time hours The ability to communicate in Welsh is desirable for this post. To discuss further please contact Karen Griffiths on Karen.griffiths@wrexham.ac.uk To apply, please use this link: https://jobs.wrexham.ac.uk/2223678-R Wrexham University is a signatory to the Researcher Development Concordat and Research Integrity Concordat. The University is committed to the principles of these concordats and is dedicated to the development of researchers in all posts and upholding the highest standards of rigour and integrity in all aspects of research.

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Speech and Language Therapy

Opening Date:
11 Jun 2024
Closing Date:
14 Jul 2024
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ince 2023, the University of Lincoln has offered a MSc Speech and Language Therapy (pre-registration) programme as part of our graduate-entry qualifying degrees. We have an exciting opportunity for a registered Speech and Language Therapist to join our academic team as our first cohort nears completion of their studies, in January 2025. This is your opportunity to influence the future of our profession, through delivery of an innovative programme. We are looking for a Speech and Language Therapist with clinical, teaching, or research experience related to communication needs in adulthood (associate with both acquired and lifespan conditions). Previous experience of teaching adult learners, supporting practice learning or teaching in higher education would be advantageous. If you also have an interest in contributing to learning opportunities around Eating, Drinking, and Swallowing needs, this would be particularly valuable. Your role would include supporting the learning and assessment of first- and second-year students, module leadership within the second year curriculum, being a personal tutor, and contributing to interprofessional teaching within the School. The School of Health and Social Care offers a range of undergraduate, post-graduate degrees and post-registration continuous professional development programmes. We have an income of over £11m, 120 academic staff and over 1800 students registered on the School’s programmes across Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, Paramedic Science, Diagnostic Radiography, Health and Social Care, and Research. There are many great benefits of working for the University, including: 35 days annual leave per annum (pro rata) with an additional 14 days bank holidays and University concessionary days (including University closure for the Christmas to New Year period annually), the equivalent of 6 weeks protected time for personal development and scholarly activity, hybrid working to support academic staff to work on campus and at home, and full funding to complete a Post Graduate Certificate in Health Professions Education.

Lecturer (Teaching) / Senior Lecturer (Teaching) in Occupational Therapy

Opening Date:
11 Jun 2024
Closing Date:
3 Jul 2024
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We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced Occupational Therapist to join the Department of Allied Health in the School of Allied Health and Community. You will join a friendly and supportive team of physiotherapists, occupational therapists radiographers and Dieticians, who play key roles in the delivery and on-going development of the courses in the Department. You should also expect to be actively involved in curriculum development and design, creatively considering teaching and learning within a dynamic team. Responsibilities for the post will include leading modules and teaching on the Occupational Therapy BSc and MSc pre-reg courses. We expect and encourage all staff to participate in a variety of modules in Occupational Therapy, and other disciplines, at foundation, under-graduate and post-graduate level where relevant. All our staff work as an inter-professional team, teaching collaboratively across shared and profession specific modules at all academic levels and you will be expected to share this philosophy. As a student-centred inclusive university, your role will include being a Personal and Academic Tutor, to support and encourage students to achieve their potential. You will also supervise students with their dissertation and participate in admissions and recruitment events where we work collaboratively with our colleagues in IMPACT, the university service-user group, who support teaching, recruitment, and curriculum development. In addition, the post holder will be expected to play an active role within the School, which may include involvement in the delivery of CPD activity across a range of programmes. All staff are expected to engage in research and scholarly activity to enhance their own professional and academic development. Candidates are expected to highlight their areas of expertise in practice and how they intend to further this through scholarship and research. Selection Process: Short-listed candidates invited to interview will be asked to deliver a 15-minute presentation, followed by 5 minutes questions. The topic will consider teaching ‘Leadership in Occupational Therapy’, aimed at Level 6 students. The Chair of this group will provide feedback on the presentation to the subsequent interview panel. A 40-minute formal interview will follow the teaching session. Background The School of Allied Health and Community offers courses ranging from foundation degrees in various specialties in health and social care, to BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Radiography Dietetics and Social Work and Masters level study in a number of disciplines related to Health and Social Care. The School is also developing a range of new Apprenticeship provision. The wider College of Health, Life and Environmental Science has an exceptional reputation for excellence and the appointee will further develop the quality of our provision through strong collaboration with our practice partners. For this role full-time, part-time (0.8) will be considered. Informal queries in relation to this role are welcome and should be directed to Debbie Sabbato (PA to the Head of School of Allied Health and Community) via email at D.Sabbato@worc.ac.uk

Lecturer in Adult Nursing

Opening Date:
10 Jun 2024
Closing Date:
8 Jul 2024
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Challenging, interesting and constantly changing, the University of Derby is an exceptional place to learn and an incredibly rewarding place to work. Ours is an extraordinary educational environment and because we specialise in identifying and developing individual potential, you can be confident you'll receive all the help and encouragement you need to build a rewarding career with lots of opportunities to progress. Our combined higher and further education offering is spread over campuses in Derby, Buxton, Leek and Chesterfield and we have some of the best university facilities in the UK, investing more than £200 million in facilities in the last 10 years. We achieve outstanding results for our teaching and research and with more than 34,000 people choosing to study with us every year, we depend on the dedication of a team of 2,200 academic and professional services staff. Financially strong and seriously ambitious we offer our employees a family-friendly, rewarding career with lots of opportunities to progress. About the role You will join a team of experienced and friendly staff who deliver pre-registration and post-registration nursing and healthcare courses at the University of Derby. The post is based in the School of Nursing and Midwifery, one of three Schools within the College of Health, Psychology and Social Care. However, you will also be required to work collaboratively with colleagues across different disciplines within the College. The subject area offers programmes ranging from those for unqualified support staff, to Honours, Masters and Doctoral Degrees, which include Community Specialist and Advanced Nursing Practice. The College of Health, Psychology and Social Care upholds the overall mission of the University by providing high quality, accessible learning opportunities; promoting academic enquiry and the advancement of knowledge using a variety of methods of delivery. We are committed to the Widening Participation agenda and have a good record of meeting the needs of local stakeholders. User and carer involvement in course development and delivery is an essential aspect of our work. We are looking for an innovative and creative individual who will contribute to enhancing the quality of healthcare education across the Pre-registration Adult Nursing Programmes, as well as taking forward the research and scholarship agenda. The role will contribute to programme development and delivery across the suite of programmes offered by the department, ranging from Foundation Degree to Doctorates as appropriate. It is extremely important that you not only understand the student experience, but that you genuinely enjoy making a positive impact for them both in and out of classes, focussing on providing an excellent student experience. Further information regarding the College can be found on the following link https://www.derby.ac.uk/colleges/health-psychology-social-care/ For further information and informal enquiries regarding the role, please contact Michelle Brown - Head of Discipline - Adult Nursing- via: m.brown4@derby.ac.uk For enquiries regarding your application and for sponsorship eligibility, please contact the recruitment team via recruitment@derby.ac.uk To apply - https://www.derby.ac.uk/jobs/current-vacancies/lecturer-adult-nursing/

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Simulation and Interprofessional Learning (IPL)

Opening Date:
4 Jun 2024
Closing Date:
25 Jun 2024
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The University of Worcester is a high achieving, award-winning, dynamic institution set within an inclusive and engaged community. The number one University in England for gender equality, according to the last three years of the Times Higher Education’s University Impact Rankings, with multiple accolades for teaching quality, inclusion, contribution to the community, and environmental sustainability, the University has been shortlisted as Times Higher Education University of the Year three times in recent years. One of the best Universities for health education, Worcester has founded the distinctive Three Counties Medical School aiming to widen access to careers in medicine and retain graduates in the local area. The School’s MBChB curriculum emphasises problem-based learning (PBL), early patient contact and an emphasis on community-orientated clinical placements at every stage. The School is now seeking to appoint a Lead at Senior Lecturer level in Simulation and Interprofessional Learning. This is a unique and exciting opportunity to be part of the team as the Medical School, which opened to students in September 2023, enters its next phase of development. The Simulation and Interprofessional Learning [IPL] Lead is responsible for ensuring that the Medical School provides clinical simulation education that is fully integrated within the curriculum for medical students. As well as designing appropriate simulation working areas and IPL scenarios, they will also make a significant contribution to clinical skills, practical teaching and assessment and contribute to the delivery of a high-quality student experience, working with the Phase Leads to ensure the MBChB programme curriculum is supported in respect of their discipline. If you are interested in joining us at this exciting time and would relish the challenge of playing a part in the future development of the Three Counties Medical School as we train the next generation of healthcare professionals, we welcome your application. For this role full-time and part-time will be considered. What's in it for you?
  • Annual incremental increase up to £41,732, with the opportunity to progress to £45,585 for Lecturers, and up to £54,395, with the opportunity to progress to £59,422 for Senior Lecturers.
  • 47 days of leave per year (inclusive of bank holidays and University closure days)
  • Attractive Teachers Pension Scheme
  • Access to a range of benefits such as our Staff Retail Benefits Scheme, Cycle to Work Scheme and Tusker Car Leasing
  • Wellbeing advice and support through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • In-house training and development support
  • A friendly, inclusive and supportive culture and work environment.
If you have any informal inquiries please contact Rachel Ashworth, Phase 1 Lead for the Three Counties Medical School via email at r.ashworth@worc.ac.uk

Lecturer in Physiotherapy (Practice Educator)

Opening Date:
30 May 2024
Closing Date:
30 Jun 2024
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The School of Sport, Rehabilitation and Exercise Sciences is seeking to appoint a practice educator to support and develop practice education opportunities for our three very successful pre-registration physiotherapy degrees. The post holder will liaise with students, apprentices, academic, administrative and practice staff at all levels in a wide range of facilities including NHS Trusts, the university, care facilities, private practices, charities and schools. This collaboration with a range of stakeholders will develop and facilitate new practice education opportunities to support our programme aims of diversifying the practice-based learning opportunities available to our physiotherapy learners. Through the provision of coaching, education, advice and support to students, apprentices, practice educators and work-place mentors, the practice educator will ensure high-quality practice-based learning across our physiotherapy programmes. The role will include participating in halfway placement visits, completing placement assessment documentation and providing long arm supervision. The post holder will also work on our apprenticeship programme, liaising with workplace mentors and apprentices to arrange and facilitate progress reviews that monitor and report on apprentices’ preparation for endpoint assessment, and complete the associated apprenticeship documentation. The post holder will have opportunities to assist in the teaching and assessment of students and will engage in scholarly activity as appropriate. The successful applicant will possess a relevant Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate subject and/or professional experience and practice in the field of physiotherapy. You will also be registered as a physiotherapist with the Health and Care Professions Council and have Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy or the ability to gain professional recognition at this or a higher level if appropriate. A postgraduate level degree is preferred, however, not essential. The successful candidate will be a HCPC registered physiotherapist who is keen to make steps into an academic role. We welcome candidates with a strong passion for student and practice led learning. You will be able to demonstrate a wide range of clinical experience within the UK healthcare context and have relevant and current experience of supporting students within clinical practice, higher education and/or practice settings. The role will require excellent communication and creative problem-solving skills. For more information, please see: https://vacancies.essex.ac.uk/tlive_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=816267VxIF&WVID=9918109NEm&LANG=USA

Lecturer in Operating Department Practice

Opening Date:
24 May 2024
Closing Date:
23 Jun 2024
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Are you an experienced ODP or Theatre Nurse looking for an exciting career in Higher Education? Wrexham University are looking for someone with scrub/SFA experience to come and join our expanding team delivering our BSc (Hons) Degree in Operating Department Practice. This role is ideal for someone who is passionate about educating our future perioperative workforce, with undergraduate and postgraduate courses delivered at our Wrexham campus. The ability to communicate in Welsh is desirable for this post. For future information, please email Rob Evans on rob.evans@wrexham.ac.uk or Katy Davies on katy.davies@wrexham.ac.uk For further information please use this link : https://jobs.wrexham.ac.uk/2324865 Interviews will be held on 12th July 2024 at our Wrexham Campus. Wrexham University is a signatory to the Researcher Development Concordat and Research Integrity Concordat. The University is committed to the principles of these concordats and is dedicated to the development of researchers in all posts and upholding the highest standards of rigour and integrity in all aspects of research.