Senior Lecturer in Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology
School of Health and Social Care
Salary: From £38,460 per annum
This post is full time.
Closing Date: Sunday 12 May 2019
Interview Date: Monday 03 June 2019
The University of Lincoln has established a reputation as one of the most dynamic, fastest growing universities in the UK. Situated in the heart of a beautiful and historic city it has built an international reputation for the quality of its teaching and research. Lincoln is currently ranked 22nd overall in the UK in The Guardian University Guide and 42nd in the Times Good University Guide 2019. The School of Health and Social Care is located in 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.
The School offers a range of undergraduate, post-graduate degrees and post qualifying and post registration stand-alone programmes that can contribute to professional Masters Degrees. In excess of 1200 students are currently registered on the School’s programmes. The majority (around 900) are undertaking qualifying programmes towards professional registration, in Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Paramedic Science by full or part time mode, and at undergraduate and post graduate levels, whilst a further 90 are studying for the vocationally related degree in Health and Social Care. The remaining students are undertaking part time CPD programmes at a post registration, post graduate level in relation to their professional development. The School also includes the Community and Health Research Unit, renowned for its publicly engaged and transformational research in primary and preventative health and social care practice.
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 across Lincolnshire with the aim of transforming services for the benefit of people accessing the service and their families.
You will be responsible for teaching Anatomy and Physiology primarily to students on our Nursing programmes, but will also contribute to teaching across our portfolio of healthcare programmes. You should therefore be able to teach this subject area to a range of healthcare students.
We are looking for candidates who are dynamic, adaptable and innovative and who have excellent communication skills. You must have a ‘can do’ approach and be driven to achieve. You should demonstrate substantive evidence of meeting deadlines and should have attention to detail in all you do.
Please note that this post requires an Enhanced DBS check.