Salary: £39,347 to £56,021 per annum Closing Date: Sunday 25 February 2024 Reference: HE3165-24-052
We would like you to bring your skills and experience to join our Clinical Practice course team in the School of Education, Sport and Health Sciences, where you will be teaching and supporting students undertaking the modules in the BSc (Hons)/Post Graduate Certificate Clinical Practice (Cardiac Care) programmes.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic team dedicated to teaching enhanced and advanced clinical practice across the post-registration provision. We are looking to recruit a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer with contemporary knowledge of cardiac care who has professional experience as a senior practitioner. You will provide module leadership for the cardiac care modules in the clinical practice programmes and facilitate cardiac care teaching on our advanced practice courses.
Our programmes' curriculum is focused on preparing practitioners to develop their role or innovate their practice and our philosophy is to work in partnership with students, academics, researchers, service users and service colleagues to deliver high quality learning and teaching based on contemporary research findings and cardiac care practice. In order to be successful in this role you should have:
This post is 1.0 FTE and permanent. We welcome applications from job sharers. Informal enquiries can be made to Susanne Simmons: [email protected]
Interviews are scheduled for the week beginning March 4th 2024
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For the vast majority of our roles, we operate an agile working system with time split between working on campus and at the employee's home. It is the University's expectation that home working will take place within the UK.
Further information about working for us, as well as the wide range of benefits we offer, can be found in the working with us section of our vacancies page.