Vacancy details

Health and Social Care HE Lecturer

Location: Hull

Salary: Actual Salary £13,131.50 - £14,774.50 per annum

Closing date: 21/10/2019 23:59


Part Time 17.5 hours per week, 52 weeks per year

Hull College Group is one of the largest further and higher education colleges in the country, offering over 1000 courses to over 26,000 students every year.

We have an opportunity for a Health and Social Care HE Lecturer to join our Faculty of Management, Health and Technology to work primarily with HE students engaged across a range of courses providing a high level of support needed to achieve their programme of study.

The post holder will need to be innovative in their teaching methods and responsible for aspects of leadership within the curriculum.

With a successful and experienced background in delivery of the curriculum, you will have a background of working in HE and experience of working with a wide range of students.A subject specialist qualification at a minimum of level 6 / 7 is essential and you should hold a Certificate of Education or be willing to work towards this.

We are ideally looking for candidates who have a clinical background who can really help to develop the health side of the programme. With this in mind, desirable qualifications may relate to nursing or you may have worked as a clinical practitioner, occupational therapist or paramedic.

Please be aware that this vacancy may close earlier dependent on the level of applications received so if you do wish to be considered we recommend that you complete the application as promptly as possible.

Please refer to the full Job Description when completing your application.

Hull College Group is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults. All colleagues are expected to contribute to the delivery of their safeguarding strategy and values. In addition, these posts require the colleague to undertake an enhanced disclosure check by the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Downloadable documentation

Lecturer (HE) Role Profile.pdf Download
Safeguarding Statement.pdf Download
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