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Lecturer - Health and Social Care

School of Social Sciences

Salary:   £33,199 to £37,345
Closing Date:   Saturday 03 November 2018
Interview Date:   Monday 26 November 2018
Reference:  PERM-195-2018

 

The School of Social Sciences at BGU continues to grow in size, academic portfolio and reputation. We are delighted to be embarking on a significant new staffing recruitment phase across several of our key courses. The School is a great place to work and develop. The School has three simple objectives, to ensure that students have a great experience, that students are equipped with the skills required to get a job and finally that students has access to latest thinking in research and knowledge. We do this in an environment of trust, delegation and where everyone can achieve their full potential.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic, highly motivated team that support an evolving range of professional and practitioner focused programmes and modules, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

In particular, you will take a lead role in the delivery of a range of contemporary modules at both Undergraduate and Post Graduate.  You will demonstrate enthusiasm for practice based learning and teaching, as well as experience of and willingness to use a range of innovative technologies and strategies in the development and provision of high quality learning. 

The School of Social Science is a diverse School consisting of a number of teams from health and social care, psychology, counselling and special needs/ early years’ education and as such we have a growing research profile and staff with a wide range of practice experience, which informs the teaching of both profession specific and inter-professional programme content.

Engagement in relevant research and scholarship is expected both internally as well externally with our local providers and is enhanced by our developing stakeholder networks. 

In addition, you will be expected to support the enhancement of placements as well as other activities, which promote both the programme and the University’s wider commitment to the community.

Please contact Nicki Walsh (Programme Lead For BA (Hons) In Health & Social Care, MA in Health & Social Care Leadership, International Associate) with any enquiries.

(01522) 563891 (Direct Line) or Email: nichola.walsh@bishopg.ac.uk  

The closing date for this job vacancy has now passed, and applications are no longer being accepted for this position

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