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Principal Lecturer in Healthcare Practice Learning

Opening Date:
10 Apr 2024
Closing Date:
10 May 2024
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About the Role We're seeking to appoint an experienced academic with a passion for practice learning for healthcare professionals. The successful candidate will take responsibility for managing the practice learning portfolio across the Institute of Health and Allied Professions education provision. You'll lead and manage staff involved in placement development and practice learning in each of our professions. You'll contribute to the strategic development of the department with a focus on practice learning as a key member of the department Senior Leadership Team. As a successful applicant you'll have a clear ability to innovate to drive forward creative models of placement delivery for students at the Institute Applications are welcomed from individuals who have a record of successful management of practice learning for healthcare students. You’ll have excellent leadership skills alongside an established teaching and practice learning track record, with a willingness to continue developing your scholarly, practice or academic research profile. As a Principal Lecturer for Practice Learning in Healthcare you’ll make an excellent strategic contribution to the development of an innovative and engaging practice learning experience for students at NTU. For more details, please take a look at the role profile. We'll still consider applications even if you don't meet every single one of the requirements, so don't be put off if you don't match them perfectly. Interviews: 21st May 2024 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 health care professionals both pre and post qualification. Our programmes cover Public Health, Paramedicine and Emergency Care, Occupational Therapy and Nursing. If you share our passion for transforming people’s lives and creating opportunities, apply today. For any informal queries about the role or the team, please contact Dr Anne Felton, Head of Department at Anne.Felton@ntu.ac.uk or Deputy Head of Department Nikki Welyczko nikki.welyczko@ntu.ac.uk Join Us Find out more about our academic community at NTU, including the support we offer to academics at all stages of their careers at Support for academics | Nottingham Trent University We also offer:
  • Between 25 and 35 days annual leave per year (dependent on grade) plus statutory bank holidays and 5 university closure days pro rata
  • Salary Sacrifice Retirement Savings Plan with life assurance and income protection. Available to colleagues who choose to opt out of the contractual pension scheme.
  • Minimum colleague contributions of 0% matched with minimum NTU contributions of 8%.
  • Opportunity to receive a bonus for exceptional performance and contribution

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Clinical Education and Placement Lead

Opening Date:
9 Apr 2024
Closing Date:
5 May 2024
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About Us The University of East London is committed to advancing Industry focussed careers and lives, where we expand mental wealth, create careers, build business, and connect communities in East London and beyond through our global gateway. A transformational strategic route-map was launched plotting our course to become the pioneering Careers-led university for a changing world, where the future of learning and work is advanced today and potential is realised wherever and whenever it is found. About the Job Following on from the growth of UEL healthcare courses, we are now expanding our provision in advanced healthcare courses. We are seeking to recruit a Senior Lecturer or Associate Professor in Clinical Education to take a leadership of MSc Physician Associate program and lead this through new GMC regulation. The appointment will be made either at Senior Lecturer or at Associate Professor grade, based on qualifications and experience. This is a full-time post with a potential allowance for the clinical practice to remain on the professional register as per PSRB requirements. This is a very exciting time to join an enthusiastic team of academics and get involved in delivery of healthcare education at the University of East London benefitting from its cutting-edge Hospital and Primary Care Training Hub housing state-of-the-art clinical simulation suite. At UEL, we work with several external partners who offer and support practice placements in advanced clinical practice. The healthcare programmes at University of East London thrive on the supportive partnership relationship with practice partners across the communities of East London and serves to support the health and social care needs of the local population. We invite applications from enthusiastic candidates who are qualified professionals with an appropriate postgraduate qualification/or experience in advanced clinical practice. Candidates must be a registered professional from either: physician associates, nursing, allied health, pharmacy, or medicine and have current professional registration with relevant UK body, with clinical or teaching experience in non-medical prescribing. In addition, candidates should have experience of working in higher education or teaching in clinical practice. We welcome candidates with a strong passion for student-focused teaching, and a clear understanding and respect for the unique needs of the widening participation cohorts of students. The successful applicant will also have excellent knowledge of the professional and academic requirements of new GMC curriculum and will be responsible to contribute to the development of advanced healthcare teaching at the university. The school is based at the Stratford Campus within easy walking distance of the Olympic Park, vibrant Westfield shopping centre and developing East London cultural quarter and has extensive and easy transport links such as the Elizabeth line, a short walk from the train/tube stations. Here at UEL we understand it’s about more than just a salary. It’s about the entire package on offer along with our outstanding work environment and inclusive culture. We know the market rates for this vacancy and will offer a genuinely competitive salary DOE. To apply: https://jobs.uel.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=0828-24-A-R

Associate Professor of Clinical Education (Course Leader, MSc Physician Associate)

Opening Date:
8 Apr 2024
Closing Date:
28 Apr 2024
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About Us The University of East London is committed to advancing Industry focussed careers and lives, where we expand mental wealth, create careers, build business, and connect communities in East London and beyond through our global gateway. A transformational strategic route-map was launched plotting our course to become the pioneering Careers-led university for a changing world, where the future of learning and work is advanced today and potential is realised wherever and whenever it is found. About the Job Following on from the growth of UEL healthcare courses, we are now expanding our provision in advanced healthcare courses. We are seeking to recruit a Senior Lecturer or Associate Professor in Clinical Education to take a leadership of MSc Physician Associate program and lead this through new GMC regulation. The appointment will be made either at Senior Lecturer or at Associate Professor grade, based on qualifications and experience. This is a full-time post with a potential allowance for the clinical practice to remain on the professional register as per PSRB requirements. This is a very exciting time to join an enthusiastic team of academics and get involved in delivery of healthcare education at the University of East London benefitting from its cutting-edge Hospital and Primary Care Training Hub housing state-of-the-art clinical simulation suite. At UEL, we work with several external partners who offer and support practice placements in advanced clinical practice. The healthcare programmes at University of East London thrive on the supportive partnership relationship with practice partners across the communities of East London and serves to support the health and social care needs of the local population. About You We invite applications from enthusiastic candidates who are qualified professionals with an appropriate postgraduate qualification/or experience in advanced clinical practice. Candidates must be a registered professional from either: physician associates, nursing, allied health, pharmacy, or medicine and have current professional registration with relevant UK body, with clinical or teaching experience in non-medical prescribing. In addition, candidates should have experience of working in higher education or teaching in clinical practice. We welcome candidates with a strong passion for student-focused teaching, and a clear understanding and respect for the unique needs of the widening participation cohorts of students. The successful applicant will also have excellent knowledge of the professional and academic requirements of new GMC curriculum and will be responsible to contribute to the development of advanced healthcare teaching at the university. The school is based at the Stratford Campus within easy walking distance of the Olympic Park, vibrant Westfield shopping centre and developing East London cultural quarter and has extensive and easy transport links such as the Elizabeth line, a short walk from the train/tube stations. Here at UEL we understand it’s about more than just a salary. It’s about the entire package on offer along with our outstanding work environment and inclusive culture. We know the market rates for this vacancy and will offer a genuinely competitive salary DOE. To apply: https://jobs.uel.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=0953-24-PS

Professional Lead/Programme Lead – Speech and Language Therapy

Opening Date:
8 Apr 2024
Closing Date:
6 May 2024
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FTE: 1.0fte (working 37 hours per week) Duration of Contract: Permanent Salary: UH9 £56,021pa to £66,857pa by annual increments on achieving designated skills and experience. Annual Leave: 35 days plus standard public holidays and an additional 4 days including the closure of our office between Xmas and New Year Location: College Lane Campus, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield. The school is particularly supportive of applicants who may wish to job share and/ or work part-time. Main duties and responsibilities The role of a Professional Lead/Programme Lead – Speech and Language Therapy is to lead and manage a programme(s) of study. As a member of academic staff within the School/Department, the Professional Lead/Programme Lead – Speech and Language Therapy will be responsible and accountable to their Head of Department and Dean of School for all duties including the day-to-day management of the programme. You will participate in teaching, assessment and module management on the new Speech and Language Therapy Degree Apprenticeship programme. Skills and experience required You will have substantial proven practical experience of relevance to Speech and Language Therapy as well as experience of successful partnership working with a range of internal and external stakeholders including learners. An understanding of the higher education sector and its political, national and international context as well as an understanding of the industry/sector/professional context relevant to Speech and Language Therapy are essential for this role. In addition to this, you should have good oral and written communication skills as well as an ability to work without close supervision and to lead and work effectively as part of a team. In this role, you will need to be adaptable to change and be flexible with team and workload requirements. Qualifications required For this role, you must hold a degree or relevant pre-registration qualification in Speech and Language Therapy (SLT), as well as a Master’s degree (or equivalent level 7 qualification) in a relevant subject. You must have a fellowship of the Higher Education Academy and be registered as a Speech and Language Therapist with the HCPC. Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Our commitment to the University’s Safeguarding Policy, requires that the recruitment of staff in this area, will need to undertake the minimum of a Basic DBS Check. In the course of our work and University-led activities, there may be external or other contractual obligations where a further Enhanced Check is required. DBS Checks may require renewal in line with policy. Overseas applicants and UK applicants who have lived abroad Successful applicants who have lived outside the UK, for 12 months or more (whether continuously or in total), in the last 10 years, will be required to produce a ‘Certificate of Good Character/Conduct’ from each of those countries. Please view the job description and person specification for a full list of the duties and essential criteria. Please attach a personal statement showing clearly how your skills and experience match the Person Specification. An appointment to this role may require an Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) certificate. Contact/Informal Enquiries: Dr Karen Beeton, Head of Department on 07534 912131 or email k.s.beeton@herts.ac.uk Interview Date: TBC Apply here https://www.herts.ac.uk/staff/jobs-at-herts Reference 058077

Senior Lecturer/Lecturer Community Nursing

Opening Date:
2 Apr 2024
Closing Date:
18 Apr 2024
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Turning Passion into Purpose. The institute of Health and Social care at London South Bank University has an excellent reputation for research that helps develop health and social care services and change lives. It is known as one of London’s leading research centres for nursing, midwifery, allied health professions, public health, and social care. Research programmes have been established with leading health and social care organisations in the capital, as well as nationally and internationally. Due to increasing student numbers an exciting opportunity has arisen for the appointment of a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Community Nursing at London South Bank University.  Successful candidates will join an excellent, dynamic, and hardworking specialist community team to provide high quality education. About You: Successful candidates will hold an Advanced Assessment and Consultation Skills qualification and ideally have at least 2 years clinical experience undertaking autonomous patient consultations including history taking and physical assessments in the primary, community and urgent care setting. A V300 prescribing qualification along with teaching experience is also desirable. This is a Grade 7/ 8 vacancy and secondments will be considered. Ideally applicants will have a track record in specialist community nursing and higher education as well as delivering on curriculum development, however we are prepared to support the right candidate to achieve this whilst working at LSBU. The successful candidate will support the community nursing team in the delivery of clinical assessment and history taking for district nursing students, as well as contributing to teaching and learning across other elements of the district nursing and specialist community public health nursing programmes. We are therefore seeking to recruit an experienced nurse and educator to take up this post who will join a team committed to enhancing the healthcare workforce in partnership with providers across London, Essex and the South East with the aim of transforming community nursing services for the benefit of patients and their families. Benefits and How to Apply: As a leading Higher Education Institution LSBU offers staff a highly competitive benefits package including holiday entitlement starting at 35 days per annum, professional development opportunities and flexible working. Full details on the range of benefits we offer can be found here. The person specification for this role alongside applicant guidance on what to submit within your application can be found within the candidate pack attached. Applications must be submitted via the "Apply Online" button below. For an informal conversation ahead of applying please feel free to contact the hiring manager for this position, Dr Tamzin Dawson, Head of Division via Email dawsont2@lsbu.ac.uk  or Dr Maxine Jameson via email maxine.jameson@lsbu.ac.uk The closing date for applications is Friday 15th December 2023 at 11.59pm Interview/assessment - week commencing 6th January 2024 We are happy to talk flexible working and reasonable adjustments and aim to make our recruitment and selection process accessible to all, please contact us at hrdsr@lsbu.ac.uk to discuss any support you need.

Senior Lecturer in Speech and Language Therapy

Opening Date:
27 Mar 2024
Closing Date:
14 Apr 2024
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The School of Nursing and Allied Health is seeking to appoint a full or part-time, Senior Lecturer in Speech and Language Therapy, initially on a fixed term basis. This is an exciting opportunity to drive forward our vision for our expanding School.  Our innovative courses are recognised by the NMC and HCPC for academic quality, innovation and close partnerships to healthcare and the wider sectors in which our graduates work. The successful post holder will develop the Speech and Language Therapy undergraduate degree and Level 6 degree apprenticeship course, taking them through a successful accreditation whilst working closely with and developing relationships with employer partners. There will then be the opportunity to become the Programme Leader on successful accreditation and recruitment for the course. This is an opportunity to shape the Speech & Language Therapy agenda at the University of Chichester that includes wider contributions with apprenticeship and practice. We offer fantastic new simulation-based learning facilities that include an immersive learning suite, virtual reality and robotics within our new dedicated building. Our mission is to provide outstanding education for the future Nursing and Allied Health Workforce in a face to face supportive and inter-professional community. You will have knowledge, experience and skills within the field of Speech & Language Therapy and ideally experience of running apprenticeships alongside extensive partnership liaison experience. Successful applicants will have: • Degree and/or Postgraduate qualification in Speech and Language therapy (or equivalent speech and language therapy qualification) • Current HCPC registration with no restrictions • Recent Clinical practice experience in the UK • Experience of practice education or supporting/supervising/teaching students in Higher Education • Awareness and understanding of the apprenticeship agenda You will be motivated, proactive and engage with collaborative working both as a team and with wider partners. We aim to ensure that we equip our graduates with the skills necessary to succeed in the workplace upon graduation and throughout their professional careers. As such, we not only focus on the acquisition of caring science knowledge, but also on vital transferable skills, such as compassionate leadership and robust digital skills. Your teaching will be informed by a combination of practical experience and/or research to support high quality learning and teaching, experience of using Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs), and the use of technologies to enhance the learning, assessment of and feedback to our students. You will work within the team to strengthen the distinctiveness of the University’s student experience as high-quality, personalised, accessible and aspirational. You’ll need to demonstrate an ability to work effectively and positively within a small academic team, excellent teaching methods with the ability to develop a variety of approaches to learning and teaching that is student-centred, inclusive and flexible.

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor in Children’s Nursing

Opening Date:
21 Mar 2024
Closing Date:
21 Apr 2024
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Department: School of Life and Health Sciences Job Title: Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor in Children’s Nursing, Full time/Part time Grade: RU 08/09/10 Salary: £44,546 to £68,939 pa inclusive of London Weighting Allowance The University of Roehampton London is recruiting to the role of Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Children’s Nursing to join our expanding School of Life and Health Sciences. The role is available on a full-time basis, but part time applications will also be considered. Are you: - An ambitious academic or practitioner with a bold vison who can deliver excellence in the field of Children’s Nursing? - Passionate about enhancing the teaching and learning of students, as well as the continued success and development of our School’s expansive undergraduate and postgraduate portfolio? - Enthusiastic about student-centred pedagogy? - Experienced in facilitating healthcare education? In this role you will: - Play a significant part in teaching our Nursing programmes, as well as other areas of our core curriculum. - Contribute to education delivery and development, across our range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. - Contribute to and enhance the teaching and learning, research and knowledge exchange reputation of the School. - Be part of a community of academics and practitioners. The School of Life and Health Sciences at the University of Roehampton is a relatively new provider of healthcare education but has quickly established a reputation for quality and innovation that helps students become successful individuals with rewarding careers within Nursing and Allied Health, regardless of their background and circumstances. The School is committed to delivering outstanding student outcomes and making a positive impact on society. We offer a variety of undergraduate and post graduate programmes across Nursing and Allied Health and have one of the fastest growing healthcare education portfolios in the UK, along with expanding infrastructure support including three state of the art clinical simulation suites. Our community-focused healthcare programmes include Adult, Mental Health and Children’s Nursing, Nursing Associate apprenticeship, Physiotherapy and Advanced Clinical Practice. We are working with local stakeholders to develop further programmes including Occupational Therapy and Sports Therapy. We are very proud of our 2023 NSS results with 96% and 93% positive scores in Mental Health and Adult Nursing respectively. Why choose Roehampton? - Work on our stunning 54-acre campus, with views over Richmond Park. - Access the Teachers’ Pension Scheme. - Benefit from our outstanding annual leave provision. - Sector leading family friendly policies - Our full list of benefits is here To apply, please visit: http://www.roehampton.ac.uk/Working-at-Roehampton/ The closing date for completed applications is: 21 April 2024 To learn more about this post and for an informal conversation please contact Jo Rixon, Director of Nurse Education. It is expected that interviews will be held late 9 May 2024 The University is committed to EDI and is a ‘disability confident’ employer.

Teaching Fellow in Midwifery

Opening Date:
21 Mar 2024
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16 Apr 2024
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Teaching Fellow in Midwifery Salary: £37,631 - £53,514 per annum Division/Department: PFL/ The School of Health and Care Contract: Full Time, Permanent Location: Coventry Job Reference: 1727 Our Mission PeoplesFuture Ltd (a sister company of Coventry University) provides a sector leading, dedicated inclusive service to Coventry University Group students supporting their successful global education experience and graduate employment outcomes. Tailoring our service to each students’ individual needs and career aspirations, we are an integral part of the student journey that starts at enrolment and continues beyond graduation. Our dedicated Teaching Fellow team are subject specialists focused on delivering student education, which is active, social, applied, and inclusive within our vibrant and varied education environment. The Role As a Teaching Fellow in Midwifery based in the School of Health and Care you will help deliver an extensive range of undergraduate and post graduate courses for professionals working in health and social care settings. You will work closely with other academic colleagues to enrich the student learning and teaching experience to ensure, as appropriate, relevant aspects of research, enterprise and professional context are embedded in modules and courses. You will undertake teaching and course co-ordination while supporting the development and delivery of undergraduate, postgraduate, and professional programs and other core activities ensuring students have an effective learning experience. Duties include: • Teach on modules and courses at HE levels 4-7 in relevant subject areas including curation, adaptation and creation of module teaching materials, delivering a variety of types of students learning sessions and supporting students as appropriate through informal and formal communication throughout the semester. • Supporting in assessment. • Act as Academic Assessor for Midwifery Students • Support midwifery students during clinical placements • Support in recruitment. • Support in course development Qualifications Required • Master’s degree in an appropriate subject or Honours Degree with appropriate professional qualification and/or membership • A teaching qualification or acceptance of the requirement to acquire one. • PhD or active membership of an appropriate professional body would be advantageous. • A full active NMC registration. Our Successful Candidate You will have demonstrable experience of successful teaching at higher education levels 4-7 in Midwifery with high standards of teaching, learning and student engagement consistent with our reputation and track record as a high-quality provider of teaching and learning. Enthusiastic and self-motivated, you will have experience supporting, enhancing, and engaging in an ‘active learning’ pedagogy with evidence in proactively supporting student success. Innovation and collaboration are key to our success, therefore the ability to work both independently and part of a wider team with the willingness to engage in flexible ways of working are key skills required for this role. Closing Date: 16th April 2024 Apply link: https://cugcareers.coventry.ac.uk/job-invite/1727/

Senior Lecturer in Advanced Clinical Practice

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21 Mar 2024
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14 Apr 2024
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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.

AC4 Senior Lecturer or Reader (Midwifery and Maternal Care)

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8 Mar 2024
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15 Apr 2024
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School of Health and Life Sciences Campus: Based on Lanarkshire campus however the post holder will be required to work across UWS Campuses as required Full time: 35 hours per week Permanent Salary: £56,021 - £64,914 per annum The post - AC4* Senior Lecturer or Reader (Midwifery and Maternal Care) The School of Health & Life Sciences are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic, innovative individual with a PhD (nearing completion for a Senior Lecturer is acceptable but is mandatory for a Reader post) who has experience of midwifery and/or maternal care, academia, supervision of students and team leadership. You will join a dedicated team who strive to continuously inspire our students and wider University community – and, through modern teaching and impactful research, continue to deliver innovative solutions to some of the world’s biggest challenges. As a Senior Lecturer or Reader, you will share academic leadership and management for the Division, including line management. You will take a lead role in either the design, development, and delivery of a range of undergraduate and postgraduate academic programmes within the division, engaging in academic quality assurance and enhancement activity such as to ensure high standards and regulatory/ professional body compliance (if appointed as a Senior Lecturer), or a lead role in the design development and delivery of research and commercial activity aligned the school and university’s agenda and associated REF Unit of Assessments (if appointed as a Reader). Thus, experience of learning and teaching in higher education with a desire to develop, innovative methods to enhance the student experience across our programmes, or evidence of a sustained track record of research publications and income generation are essential. The post will also undertake the Lead Midwife for Education role within the School of Health & Life Sciences. • A Nursing Midwifery Council (NMC) registration is essential for this post. About us University of the West of Scotland is one of Scotland’s largest and most dynamic modern universities. Our reach across the country, together with our London campus, means that UWS is a significant force in global knowledge creation, innovation, and a leading provider of undergraduate, postgraduate and research degree education. Our degrees provide students with a transformational experience; equipping them with highly sought-after graduate skills that set them up for global success in world-leading sectors, industries and businesses. With cutting-edge courses, modern pedagogy and practical knowledge, we enable our students and staff to experience the joy of learning, teaching, research and innovation, and apply their knowledge for the benefit of others. UWS is officially ranked by Times Higher Education in the top 200 universities worldwide under 50 years old (2023 Young University Rankings). The School of Health & Life Sciences at UWS offers innovative teaching and research opportunities, firmly focused on the real-world challenges facing the healthcare and life sciences sectors. The Division of Mental Health, Midwifery & Health is one of three providers in Scotland of pre-registration midwifery and has a broad portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes exploring midwifery and maternal care, older people and dementia, child protection, psychological therapies, mental health nursing, forensic and mental health practice