Centre for Excellence in Paramedic Practice
Band 7 NHS Agenda for Change
Fixed Term - 24 Months
Wednesday 25 May 2022
23.59 hours BST on Wednesday 22 June 2022
* Please note that this opportunity is currently only available to current NWAS employees, who hold a band 6 paramedic role or above.
The University of Cumbria has extensive experience in delivering high quality paramedic education across the UK. Currently we have over 1000 learners on the CPD programme with formal contracts with 9 out of the 11 English ambulance services. This pedigree in paramedic education has led to the creation of the Centre of Excellence in Paramedic Practice (CEPP), which recently won the Preferred Provider Status for the Southern Ambulance Alliance (SWAST, SCAS, SECAMB, LAS, IoW), East of England Ambulance Service and North West Ambulance Service for paramedic degree apprenticeships. The University now has over 900 registered learners across the 6 apprenticeship programmes.
The North West Ambulance Service , in conjunction with the University of Cumbria, are seeking applications for a 2-year fixed term secondment in the role of "Clinical Lecturer". The successful post holder will work with the NWAS lecturing team to deliver the University's BSc (Hons) in Paramedic Science to NWAS members of staff who are undertaking the new Paramedic Science Degree Apprenticeship.
The post is a secondment to the University, you will be based and work out of the Lancaster Campus. However there may be the requirement to travel throughout the trust to support the delivery the programme. The post holder should be an appropriately registered healthcare professional with experience of working within the pre-hospital environment as well as experience in delivering either ambulance based pre-hospital education or Higher Education Institution based healthcare education. Post holders will be supported to complete a postgraduate certificate in education if this has not been achieved already.
The University is committed to nurturing an environment where its employees, students and visitors are treated fairly and with respect at all times. We recognise that if we provide a fully inclusive working and studying environment, we will enable everyone to perform to the best of their ability. Recognising, embracing and valuing difference will lead to improvements for everyone, including:
- A more diverse staff and student population;
- A better working and studying environment;
- Attracting and retaining the very best staff and students;
- Achieving the University mission, vision and values;
- Meeting and exceeding the challenging targets and performance indicators in the University corporate plan.
- If you are interested in finding out more information on this post, please contact Antony Freeman on the details below.
Antony Freeman – Principal Lecturer in Paramedic Apprenticeships - 01228 242794
Further details: Job Description
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