Senior Lecturer in Clinical Simulation and Out of Hospital care
You will be joining a team with a well established reputation for high quality cutting edge education. As part of the role you will work in collaboration with London Ambulance Service NHS Trust (LAS), South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SECamb) and South Central Ambulance Service NHS Trust. You will benefit from the Department of paramedics expertise in undergraduate and postgraduate degree education, and will be expected to take an active and developing role. Your role will be dependent on your background and experience, some of your role might be working in the brand new state of the art Dedicated Paramedic Simulation Centre. You will be involved on a variety of modules, assessments, marking and areas of student support. Lecturers in your area of expertise will be developed and your exposure to teaching designed to ensure an exciting and challenging progression. The role expects high quality, free thinking and innovation in clinical education and development.
An experienced and motivated paramedic on the HCPC register, you will bring high clinical standards together with an understanding of higher education in the paramedic profession. A proven track record of learning, teaching and assessment in higher education or trust education and mentorship would be desirable, though development opportunities will be provided. You will be expected and supported to obtain a PGCHE or equivalent in teaching and learning together with registration with the HEA once employed. Some experience of research and scholarship in the field of paramedic practice or education will be essential to succeed in this role.
At Kingston University’s Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, our unique position opens up almost limitless opportunities. Not just for students, but for members of our valued team. Our ground-breaking partnership with St George’s, University of London brings together internationally-renowned research capabilities and a reputation for practical teaching excellence. Join this richly diverse, multi-site organisation – offering courses in everything from nursing to radiography, social work to midwifery– and you can look forward to a portfolio of experiences that can only advance your career.
School of Allied Health, Midwifery and Social Care
If there is one thing that marks out the team at Kingston University’s School of Allied Health, Midwifery and Social Care, it’s collaborative working across seven professional groups and with our health and social care organisations. Formed at the heart of a unique partnership between Kingston University and St George’s, University of London, we work together to push boundaries in learning, teaching and research. Primarily based on the hospital site in Tooting, we are integrated across the higher education and health sectors, touching a wide variety of disciplines. Innovation is our watchword and our simulation facilities and provision are state of the art. We are a school in a joint faculty that delivers rich experiences, access to and generating world-class research and industry-leading work.
Salary: from £43,178
Closing Date: 11th February 2019
Peter Woodford, Associate Professor in Paramedicine and Head of Department of Paramedics