DE MONTFORT UNIVERSITY

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer Health and Wellbeing in Society/Global Health

Location
Leicester, Leicestershire (GB)
Salary
£ 35,326 - £ 50,296
Posted
Nov 10, 2021
End of advertisement period
Nov 28, 2021
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer Health and Wellbeing in Society/Global Health

Reference: H-61623956-02

DMU is an ambitious, globally minded and culturally rich university with a strong commitment to the public good. It strives to maintain a stimulating and inclusive environment that champions difference and celebrates success. Awarded Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework, the University is a vibrant, multicultural hub of learning, creativity and innovation that was named the first-ever University of the Year for Social Inclusion by The Times Good University Guide. DMU is home to more than 25,000 students and 2,700 staff.

Faculty / Directorate

Home to four specialist schools - Allied Health Sciences, Applied Social Sciences, Leicester School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine, and Leicester School of Pharmacy – the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at De Montfort University educates and develops professionals who make a significant difference to lives, health, wellbeing, communities and society. DMU is one of the most contemporary providers of Nursing and Paramedicine education in the East Midlands.

Role

Candidates should be outstanding in their chosen field. They must hold, or be close to submitting for a doctoral degree. Relevant experience in the health/Global Health field is desirable. Appointees will focus on establishing an academic profile through participation in appropriate teaching and learning activities, as well as further developing their research profile.

Ideal Candidate

You will be required to undertake teaching and module leadership at undergraduate and postgraduate level to students from a wide-range of backgrounds. You will be required to design and develop innovative and engaging learning materials and assessments and participate fully in curriculum development, including personal knowledge and expertise in health-related subjects.

Candidates should complete the on-line application together with a Curriculum Vitas (CV) with their application, which includes any research publications.

For an informal discussion, please contact either:

Guy Thomas (guy.thomas@dmu.ac.uk ) Programme Lead BSc (Hons) Health & Wellbeing in Society

Or

Kathleen Nthakomwa-Cassidy kathleen.nthakomwa-cassidy@dmu.ac.uk Programme Lead MSc Global Health