Associate Professor in Operating Department Practice
Associate Professor in Operating Department Practice
Department of ODP and Paramedic Science
Location: City South Campus Edgbaston Birmingham and at the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Trust campus
Salary: £56,756 to £61,690 per annum Permanent
Posted On: Monday 25 July 2022
Closing Date: Monday 22 August 2022
Interview Date: Monday 05 September 2022
This is an exciting opportunity to join an expanding, successful and multidisciplinary School of Health Sciences. The School is a dynamic and diverse academic community, with a strong track record of delivering excellent education at undergraduate, taught postgraduate and research postgraduate levels. We are at the heart of a vibrant and diverse community and have a proud tradition of championing educational opportunities for all.
We are proud of our established position as a large provider of Operating Department Practice education across the Midlands and in the South West peninsula. Our existing provision includes a number of pre-registration routes in Operating Department Practice, including apprenticeship provision, in addition to post-registration perioperative provision.
For this new Associate Professor post, we are seeking to appoint an exceptional ODP academic who is innovative, ambitious and inspirational. You will have an in-depth knowledge of ODP education and the wider professional landscape. You will have an understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing the sector and the passion to move the provision and the profession into its next stage of development.
This role offers an exciting opportunity for an ODP academic to support the research, enterprise and innovation of this growing department. You will play a key role in the development of a vision to enhance our provision and further develop our research. You will be working alongside our enthusiastic academic team in both the department and the wider School, to build upon our national and international reputation.
You must be educated to post-graduate level and should have or be working towards a PhD/Doctorate, and you will be able to demonstrate the capacity to make a valuable contribution to the body of practice-based research in the discipline. The successful applicant will be an HCPC registered Operating Department Practitioner with appropriate experience of working in clinical practice and Higher Education.
The School of Health Sciences at Birmingham City University is a dynamic and diverse academic community, with a track record of delivering excellent education and achieving high graduate employability across our disciplines. Our location at our City South Campus in Edgbaston is home to our Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences and benefitted from a £41 million campus development in 2018. The campus provides a modern, vibrant learning environment which houses superb facilities, including a new perioperative suite and resuscitation suite (opening July 2022), teaching and research laboratories, clinical simulation facilities, a sports therapy clinic, nutrition science labs, subject specific classrooms equipped with the latest teaching technology, a biomedical engineering lab and a sports hall. Across the Faculty we have a wide range of courses in pre and post registration health professions, education, social work, life sciences, and sport.
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Please note on occasions where we receive a large number of applications, we may close the advert ahead of the publicised closing date. If this does happen, we will contact all candidates via email who have started but not yet completed their application, giving 48 hours’ notice. We would therefore advise that you submit your completed application as soon as possible.
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