Jobs: £30-40k

Lecturer in Nursing

Opening Date:
9 May 2022
Closing Date:
22 May 2022
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At Robert Gordon University (RGU) we are proud of our excellence in education and research and we are offering an opportunity to join our great team as a Lecturer in Nursing. RGU is an innovative, inclusive, and ambitious University, focused on the impact of its demand-led teaching and research. Not only are we the Scottish University of the Year in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Awards for 2021 and ranked top modern university in the Complete University Guide, but we also have an impressive array of other awards, including (amongst many others) a Gold Rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework, placing us in the top 20% of the best universities in the UK for the quality of our undergraduate teaching and learning. In addition, the National Student Survey for 2021 places RGU as the top modern University in the UK, the top modern University in Scotland and within the Top 10 for overall student satisfaction in the UK. The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedic Practice is a vibrant academic community and the main provider of both undergraduate and postgraduate nursing, midwifery and paramedic education in the North of Scotland. Our vision is to transform health and social care in urban, remote and rural areas and our new School Strategy sets out how we will achieve that. As a Lecturer in Nursing, you will join a motivated team of academics, providing support for teaching and learning across the School. You will be a committed and motivated professional who will therefore contribute effectively to the planning, delivery and evaluation of learning and teaching. As well as this, you will develop and use a range of skills to support students as a personal tutor as well as engaging in collaborative working with other academics, practice provider partners and a range of people and communities to enhance the school portfolio and student experience. With knowledge, experience and skills as well as a degree in a relevant subject (achievement of MSc or PhD or working towards is desirable), you will also be expected to contribute to the wider School portfolio which includes undergraduate and postgraduate Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedic education as well as the School’s commercialisation activities. There are also opportunities to undertake applied health research in health and social care policy, education and clinical practice which impacts on the health and wellbeing of people, families and communities. What we can offer you:
  • A full-time, permanent position
  • A competitive salary, excellent pension scheme and a generous annual leave allowance
  • An option for hybrid working in line with our HR policy
  • You will be supported to engage in scholarship and research for your professional and personal development
  • We are an equal opportunities employer
We are committed to the health and wellbeing of our staff and to the sustainability of our environment. For informal enquiries please contact: Professor Susan Dawkes, Head of School s.dawkes@rgu.ac.uk Dr Neil Johnson, Academic Strategic Lead at n.johnson@rgu.ac.uk Relocation Assistance available, subject to conditions. This post is subject to a Disclosure Scotland check. For more information visit: https://www.mygov.scot/basic-disclosure/ To apply, please submit your CV and covering letter on myjobscotland, detailing how you meet the requirements of the role as set out in the person specification.

Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer in Nursing (Adult or Mental Health)

Opening Date:
6 May 2022
Closing Date:
6 Jun 2022
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The School of Health and Social Care continues to grow, supporting the needs of our society and our economy and now boasts a full suite of health care education. Due to our success, our team is expanding. We are therefore looking for a new Lecturers/Senior Lecturers to join a team committed to enhancing the health and social well-being of people across Lincolnshire and further afield. We are looking for Nursing and Midwifery Council registered Mental Health or Adult Nurses who are innovative, enthusiastic, good networkers and collaborators, who has proven leadership skills and work well in a team. The quality of teaching and learning are important to us; innovation, creativity, good interpersonal and management skills, and strong leadership are required to enable us to achieve these agendas. We are looking for candidates who are dynamic, adaptable and visionary and who have excellent communication skills. They must have a ‘can do’ approach and be driven to achieve. They should demonstrate substantive evidence of meeting deadlines and should have attention to detail in all they do. The School of Health and Social Care sits within the College of Social Science, along with the Schools of Psychology, Sports and Exercise Science, Education, Social and Political Sciences and the Lincoln Law School. We also work closely with the School of Pharmacy and the new Medical School in the College of Science. The School is housed within the Sarah Swift building containing purpose-built clinical teaching suites, offices and teaching spaces for health care and other programmes. The School employs over 150 academic and research staff, practice educators and professional services staff. We have Professors and Global Professors who lead applied research in cross-disciplinary research groupings; their work addresses core issues in health service provision and delivery, ageing and well-being and professional education and training, with high degrees of impact. We are committed to inter-professional and collaborative working in research and teaching. The School offers a range of undergraduate, post-graduate and research degrees, with over 1700 students registered on these programmes. We offer pre qualifying programmes in Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Paramedic Science and Nursing Associate. All of our post-registration courses are interprofessional and include Advanced Clinical Practice. We also deliver vocationally focused degrees in Health and Social Care and Applied Social Science. The School of Health and Social Care is forward thinking, and ambitious with plans to further develop education across the health and social care professions. The School has excellent relationships with a range of local, regional and national stakeholders integral to the development of the health and social care education agenda, and the provision of a highly skilled workforce. We are committed to inter-professional and collaborative working in teaching and research. The successful candidate will join a team committed to enhancing the health and social well-being of people across Lincolnshire and further afield. The School works with providers with the aim of transforming services for the benefit of people accessing the service and their families. For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Dr Sharon Black (sblack@lincoln.ac.uk).

Practice Education Facilitator – St Asaph

Opening Date:
6 May 2022
Closing Date:
6 Jun 2022
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Do you want to: Be involved in shaping health education in Wales? Translate your excellence in clinical practice into learning and teaching that inspires? Support applicants from a diverse background to train as a Nurse from our St Asaph Campus? YES – then read on: Wrexham Glyndwr University (WGU) is delighted to be in a position to advertise for Nursing Practice Education Facilitator roles within the Faculty of Social and Life Sciences’ Nursing department. These posts have arisen following a commissioning process conducted by Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW). HEIW have taken the opportunity in partnership with stakeholders, to change the “shape” of education provision in Wales to best meet the needs of all Health Boards and Trusts and develop a cutting edge innovative contract to put Wales at the forefront of Health Professional education. As a result of this WGU have been awarded provision of an expanded portfolio of Nursing (adult, Mental Health and Child fields). These programmes offer exciting opportunities to contribute to delivery of HEIW commissioned programmes. Applicants must have Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) registration. Additionally, experience in relevant clinical areas and experience of facilitating learning and developing new initiatives will be necessary. Successful candidates will be committed to ensuring accessible routes into professional programmes are in place in support of the development of a future workforce who are truly representative of the people of Wales. Our innovative “introduction to the profession” short courses are an example of such accessibility. WGU’s Active Learning Framework (ALF) will form the basis of all curriculum developments. This innovative learning blend helps to ensure that students access their teaching and learning in the ways that are best suited to certain activities. Some aspects, such as clinical skills, are delivered face-to-face, with others delivered online. The online elements are sometimes ‘live’ (synchronous) and sometimes available to be studied flexibly around other commitments (asynchronous). Successful candidates will build upon existing strong partnerships to work closely with HEIW, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB), Powys Teaching Health Board, Welsh Ambulance Service Trust (WAST) and other stakeholders to ensure that the curriculum is closely aligned to service needs. There is a strong focus on inter-professional education and this takes place with shared learning outcomes throughout our professional health programmes (including our already highly regarded Occupational Therapy (No.1 in Wales*), Physiotherapy and Adult Nursing programmes (No.1 in Wales for Nursing**), as well as in some cases with other Higher Education (HE) partners.

To support the growth in this area as part of its Campus 2025 strategy, WGU have designed a new Health and Innovation Quarter, and will also be delivering from the Regional University Centre St Asaph to further ensure that Central and East BCUHB are accessible to students studying Nursing and AHP programmes. Welsh Language skills are desirable for this role. For an informal discussion about the post please contact: Dr Christine O’Grady, Principal Lecturer and Professional Lead for Pre-Registration Nursing. C.ogrady@glyndwr.ac.uk. For more information please visit: https://jobs.glyndwr.ac.uk/2122434-R3

Senior Lecturer In Advanced Clinical Practice X2

Opening Date:
5 May 2022
Closing Date:
5 Jun 2022
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This is an excellent opportunity for you to join a highly motivated team, in the delivery and development of high quality academic provision within the fields of urgent and primary care. You will play a key role in the delivery and development of our Advanced Clinical Practice programme (including the Advanced Clinical Practice Apprenticeship). This is an exciting time in the field of advanced clinical practice and our dynamic and contemporary programmes of study are designed to ensure that the growing number of health care practitioners who wish to work at an advanced level are fully prepared for this key role of being safe and effective advanced clinical practitioners in practice. You will be a qualified Advanced Clinical Practitioner with excellent communication skills and proven leadership abilities. Alongside a passion for student success, you will demonstrate enthusiasm for practice-based learning as well as effective teaching and assessment strategies. You will also have a keen interest in the use of a range of innovative technologies and how these can support the provision of high-quality learning opportunities. You will additionally develop and enhance positive working relationships with NHS and other partners, to ensure that the Institute is proactive in meeting contemporary agendas and workforce development needs, especially in relation to Advanced Clinical Practice. You must hold current professional registration with the appropriate professional regulatory body and (if appropriate to your profession) have a recorded independent prescribing qualification. Candidates should either hold a MSc Advanced Clinical Practice or RCN credentialed Advanced Level Nurse Practitioner status. We are particularly keen to hear from HCPC and GPhC registered advanced clinical practitioners and are seeking innovative, creative, high quality researchers, and scholars to foster a culture of exploration, discovery and intellectual challenge that generates international recognition, respect and engagement. Interview Date - Week Commencing 13/06/2022 Informal Enquiries: Dr Ian Corrie Ian.corrie@cumbria.ac.uk In return, the University offers an attractive benefits package including 35 days’ annual leave plus statutory bank holidays, 25 research and scholarly activity days, support for professional development, support to achieve Higher Education Academy/Advance HE accreditation, mentor provision in the first year of employment and opportunity for career development. For more information and to apply to the vacancy, please click here: https://jobs.cumbria.ac.uk/XX056621-R-R

University Tutor (Clinical Skills) – Full time, Permanent – 2 positions

Opening Date:
4 May 2022
Closing Date:
25 May 2022
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We are currently looking for two University Tutor’s to join our School of Health and Social Care on a Full-time basis. An exciting, new opportunity has arisen within the School of Health and Social Care for a University Tutor to join the Simulation and Clinical Skills Team to contribute to the learning, teaching and assessment (LTA) of simulation and clinical skills in the nursing and midwifery programmes. Our large facility is versatile and covers everything from a critical care unit and clinical ward to a home environment and is also utilised to facilitate learning and simulation to a number of external organisations and private companies. Job profile (napier.ac.uk) The Role The School is seeking a talented individual to join the team to provide support for simulated practice and the delivery of clinical skills to our undergraduate curricula, together with related tutorial activity and student assessment as well as associated administrative activities. The clinical skills and simulated practice LTA centres round the undergraduate programmes to ensure the nursing and midwifery students are well prepared for clinical practice. We are seeking an individual who has the knowledge, skills, experience and ability to teach a variety of clinical skills commensurate with pre-registration nursing and midwifery education. Applicants should be a current an NMC registrant, have a degree in nursing or midwifery and have current clinical practice experience. The university tutor will be based within the Simulation Centre at our Sighthill Campus. Who we are looking for Essential requirements:
  • Degree in a relevant discipline or Significant professional/industry experience at a senior level in the subject matter/industry
  • Relevant professional body registration (where applicable)
  • Experience of delivering and supporting undergraduate or postgraduate students either in an online, distance learning or face to face environment. (where applicable)
Desirable Requirements:
  • A PhD or equivalent in a relevant subject or working towards achieving a PhD MSc in relevant discipline
  • PG Cert for Teaching in Higher Education or other relevant qualification in teaching (or readiness to undertake)
  • Ideally HEA membership or a strong willingness to achieve membership within 2 years of appointment
Benefits We Offer Salary: £38,587 Grade 5 (Secondment – up to NHS band 6) Additional Information Interviews are likely to take place week commencing 6 June 2022 Closing date for applications: 25 May 2022 The University is committed to inclusion, demonstrated through our work in respect of our diversity awards and accreditations and hold Disability Confident, Career Positive and Stonewall Scotland Diversity Champion status.

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer or Clinical Lecturer or Clinical Senior Lecturer in Health Leadership (Teaching Focused)

Opening Date:
3 May 2022
Closing Date:
30 May 2022
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Aston Medical School is focused on promoting social mobility, leadership qualities and international connectivity in medicine, whilst addressing the needs of its community through its widening participation pathway, research strategy and emphasis on primary care education and healthcare leadership. We now seek one or more skilled and scholarly individuals with experience in the practice and education of health leadership and quality improvement to support the Programme Director in developing and delivering our innovative Post Graduate Certificate in Health Leadership. This programme is currently offered as an option within the 5-year MBChB programme. While the key components of the programme, and the approach that will be taken, are in place, the appointee will further develop what will be a unique and future-facing programme for our medical students. The post holder/s will have an excellent track record in the field, both as a practitioner and teacher, with a rising trajectory and evidence of impact. The successful post-holder/s will lead one or more of the modules in the programme and teach medical students using a range of formats including large and small group teaching and workshops, e-learning, project work, library research, and reflective practice in the clinical workplace. A track record of scholarship especially within educational development and delivery would be desirable, along with a passion for enabling student learning, and an enthusiasm for cross-discipline working with colleagues across the University and NHS. We encourage informal discussions of the post with the Programme Director. To arrange this, please contact Mrs Janet Drury: Tel +44 (0)121 204 4585 or Email j.m.drury@aston.ac.uk. Applicants are asked to submit a CV along with one application. Applications will be considered for appointment at either Lecturer or Senior Lecturer or Clinical Lecturer or Clinical Senior Lecturer grade, and offers made subject to qualifications and experience. This post will be appointed to on a clinical and/or non-clinical basis.

Lecturer (Teaching) / Senior Lecturer (Teaching) in Adult Nursing

Opening Date:
29 Apr 2022
Closing Date:
29 May 2022
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The University of Worcester has a reputation for contemporary and innovative Nursing and Midwifery provision. Our NMC approved programmes are nationally recognised for their high quality, student satisfaction and sustained high employability of our alumni. In this context, the School of Nursing and Midwifery is seeking to appoint an outstanding academic or practitioner who will join a highly professional and motivated team to teach across our nursing programmes. The post holder will be committed to promoting academic enquiry, helping develop critical thinking in students by supporting safe, effective and evidence-based practice. The focus of this post is on the delivery of our pre-registration portfolio. By providing expert knowledge, you will lead agreed modules, assess students and supervise projects. Participating in professional scholarship and re-validation will also be essential. The candidate should be able to draw upon his or her own subject knowledge to design teaching sessions that maximise the integration of theory to practice. The post holder will be expected to teach a range of core subjects and should have a flexible approach to the subject material they teach. For this role full-time and part-time will be considered. For an informal discussion please contact Head of Department (Pre-registration Nursing) Paul Snelling, p.snelling@worc.ac.uk https://jobs.worcester.ac.uk/SN2212

Lecturer (Teaching) / Senior Lecturer (Teaching) in Adult Nursing (Practice Learning)

Opening Date:
29 Apr 2022
Closing Date:
29 May 2022
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The Three Counties School of Nursing and Midwifery is looking to appoint a motivated registered nurse who is passionate about developing innovative practice learning opportunities for pre-registration students. We encourage applications from practitioners who have acquired expertise in facilitating learning in clinical practice and wish to progress their career in a supportive academic environment, in addition to those more experienced academics who are enthusiastic to further their scholarly focus in practice learning. The successful candidate will join an inspirational team in shaping our future practice learning agenda. This will include contributing to improving practice quality processes, developing and sustaining effective partnerships, exploring creative practice learning opportunities, and sharing your unique ideas to inform curriculum development. You will be supported in your academic development and have the opportunity to contribute to teaching and assessment across a range of practice focused modules. Our placement areas are expanding to include creative and diverse pathways. If you want to make a real difference in shaping our next generation of nurses, please get in touch for an informal discussion. The post holder will be committed to promoting academic enquiry, helping develop critical thinking in students by supporting safe, effective, and evidence-based practice. Participating in professional scholarship and re-validation will also be essential. The candidate should be able to draw upon his or her own subject knowledge to design teaching sessions that maximise the integration of theory to practice. The post holder may be required to teach a range of core subjects and should have a flexible approach to the subject material they teach. For further information, please contact Dr Kay Norman (Head of Practice Learning and Partnerships) k.norman@worc.ac.uk or Dr Paul Snelling (Head of Department Pre-registration Nursing) p.snelling@worc.ac.uk https://jobs.worcester.ac.uk/SN2214

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

Opening Date:
29 Apr 2022
Closing Date:
29 May 2022
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Overview We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced occupational therapist to join the Department of Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Nutritional Therapy in the School of Allied Health and Community. You will join a friendly and supportive team of occupational therapists, physiotherapists and nutritional therapists, who play key roles in the delivery and on-going development of the BSc and MSc (pre-registration) courses in the Department. You should expect to be actively involved in curriculum and module 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 courses and supporting practice education. 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 (including pre-registration) level where relevant. This is a full or part-time post. The physiotherapy and occupational therapy 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. You may also be involved in teaching Foundation Year students, preparing them for professional education, and will play a part in practice education, undertaking practice visits virtually and in person. 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 or scholarly activity relating to their level of experience to enhance their own professional and academic development. Background The School of Allied Health and Community offers courses ranging from foundation degrees in various specialties in health and social care, to Foundation Years, BSc (Hons) and MSc (pre-registration) level study in a number of disciplines related to Health and Social Care. The School is also developing a range of new CPD 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 an informal discussion about this role, please contact Dr Kostas Papadopoulos (Head of Department, Principal Lecturer in Physiotherapy) k.papadopoulos@worc.ac.uk https://jobs.worcester.ac.uk/SAHC2212

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Occupational Therapy

Opening Date:
29 Apr 2022
Closing Date:
29 May 2022
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Overview We are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced occupational therapist to join the Department of Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Nutritional Therapy in the School of Allied Health and Community. You will join a friendly and supportive team of occupational therapists, physiotherapists and nutritional therapists, who play key roles in the delivery and on-going development of the BSc and MSc (pre-registration) courses in the Department. You should expect to be actively involved in curriculum and module 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 courses and supporting practice education. 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 (including pre-registration) level where relevant. This is a full or part-time post. The physiotherapy and occupational therapy 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. You may also be involved in teaching Foundation Year students, preparing them for professional education, and will play a part in practice education, undertaking practice visits virtually and in person. 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 or scholarly activity relating to their level of experience to enhance their own professional and academic development. Background The School of Allied Health and Community offers courses ranging from foundation degrees in various specialties in health and social care, to Foundation Years, BSc (Hons) and MSc (pre-registration) level study in a number of disciplines related to Health and Social Care. The School is also developing a range of new CPD 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 an informal discussion about this role, please contact Dr Kostas Papadopoulos (Head of Department, Principal Lecturer in Physiotherapy) k.papadopoulos@worc.ac.uk https://jobs.worcester.ac.uk/SAHC2211