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University of Northampton

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Public Health

Job description

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced and enthusiastic Public Health practitioner to join our Advanced Nursing team. We are seeking to recruit a forward thinking, highly motivated individual with higher education teaching experience. The post will include teaching, student support and module leadership dependent upon expertise and experience.

There are two positions available and you will be asked to select which one, or both, you wish to be considered for within your application.

Post 1: 0.6FTE (22.2 hours per week) - Permanent

Post 2: 0.4FTE (14.8 hour per week) - Fixed Term: 2 Years

About You

We are seeking to recruit a unique individual who can demonstrate:

expertise and experience in public health practice.
passion and experience of education and curriculum design within the practice setting and/or academia embracing new and innovative ways for programme delivery.
passion for contributing to student experience, maintaining academic integrity and coherence of allocated area of responsibility.
a desire to work within an enthusiastic and progressive team which is supportive and committed to your professional development.
Qualifications

Essentials:

Degree qualification or equivalent in relevant subject
Master’s degree in relevant subject
Professional Recognition as HEA Fellow (D2) or teaching qualification recognised by HESA, or willingness to obtain within an agreed timescale
Desirable:

Doctorate in relevant subject, completed or within 12 months of completion
Relevant professional qualification
Faculty

Public Health sits within the Faculty of Health, Education and Society. The Masters recruits both International and Home students and currently has two intakes a year. Core Modules are shared with other disciplines within the faculty allowing students and staff the opportunity to work and learn Interprofessionally. The Faculty has a thriving range of professional programmes and modules within this programme modules are shared with Specialist Community Public Health Nurses and School Nurses. The Programme contains the option for students to undertake a period of voluntary placement learning to enhance and support employability.

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