Lecturer / Senior Lecturer, Educational Technologist
Location: Stratford Campus
Salary: Lecture from £42,454 per annum inclusive of London Weighting
Senior Lecture starting from £48,599per annum inclusive of London Weighting
Post Type: Full Time
Post Type: Permanent
Closing Date: Monday 05 December 2022
Interview Date: Thursday 15 December 2022
Come and work in London’s newest university interprofessional simulation and immersive technology team, teach some of the most diverse and dynamic health care students and help shape our future East End health care professionals – 5 posts available.
Following the appointment of Vice-Chancellor & President, Professor Amanda Broderick, the University has committed to a mission to advance Industry 4.0 careers and lives, where we expand mental wealth, create careers, build business and connect communities in East London and beyond through our global gateway. A transformational strategic route-map was launched plotting our course to become the pioneering Careers-led University for a changing world, where the future of learning and work is advanced today and Potential is realised wherever and whenever it is found.
The range of departments highlights the range of courses on offer within the School and we are proud to work collaboratively with our NHS partners to look at new ways of working. Due to this the school is one of the leading organisations for developing courses that lead to new roles in healthcare, including the nursing associate role and deployment. The school is growing currently and will expand with the development of Occupational Therapy, Advanced Clinical Practice and Physicians Associate as well as bespoke CPD programmes. The Simulation facilities are currently undergoing a redesign and therefore are recruiting interprofessional staff who are registered healthcare professionals. This will enable the school to develop an interprofessional simulation team to enable highly effective simulation and skills teaching, which prepares students for the interprofessional roles they will be embarking on.
At UEL, we work with a number of local leading trust partners who offer innovative placement experiences that span both physical and mental wealth. The professional programmes at UEL thrive on the supportive partnership relationship with practice partners across the communities of East London and serves to support the health and social care needs of the local population. As well as local partners, UEL has a close relationship with Health Education England and works with the local strategic workforce boards to ensure that programmes at UEL are representative of the local workforce needs.
The school is based at the Stratford Campus within easy walking distance of the Olympic Park, vibrant Westfield shopping centre and developing East London cultural quarter and has extensive and easy transport links.
This post will be located within the School of Health, Sport & Bioscience. This post is designed to support the academic departments within the School of Health, Sport & Bioscience coordinate the education delivery of simulation, demonstrating excellence in teaching clinical skills across the professional programmes and the development of immersive technologies. Integrating all technology procured by HSB into the curriculum by learning the capabilities of the technology and then working with colleagues to meet learning outcomes. The post holder would be the first point of contact for colleagues to understand the capability of any new technologies. This will enable the school to develop an interprofessional simulation team to enable highly effective simulation and skills teaching, which prepares students for the interprofessional roles they will be embarking on.
Want to know more?
Candidates are encouraged to seek further information from:
Matthew Almond at email@example.com
Further details: Job Description & Person Specification
CVs without a completed application form will not be accepted.
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