Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Midwifery

£34,803 - £41,526 yearly
  • University of Bedfordshire
  • Luton, UK
  • 12 Nov, 2020
Full time Education Healthcare Teaching

Job Description

The Faculty of Health and Social Sciences is one of the largest faculties within the University and offers a full range of undergraduate, postgraduate and vocationally orientated professional programmes for home and overseas students. Courses within the School of Society, Community & Health include Midwifery, Operating Department Practice, Paramedic Science, Social Work, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Public Health.


The successful post-holder will take responsibility for teaching on the three year, second registration midwifery and masters courses. They will work collaboratively with local practice partners who support students with practice learning, including apprenticeships. The role involves working with colleagues across the University to deliver exciting and innovative courses within a friendly and supportive environment.


The successful candidate will be required to work in Luton and Aylesbury.


The University actively encourages the development of its staff through postgraduate and doctoral studies. All staff are required to be research active and support is provided by the Institute of Health Research.


For any post specific information please contact the Acting Head of School, Dr Mark Wareing on mark.wareing@beds.ac.uk with ‘Midwifery application’ in the title.


Interviews will be held on 17 December 2020


For a full job description and person specification please click here


Due to the Home Office and UK Visas & Immigration requirements on immigration and Right to Work in the UK, the University of Bedfordshire can only accept job applications from Non EEA applicants who hold a current Tier 1 or Tier 2 (in country) visa and their status allows them to work and reside in the UK with no restrictions.


The University is committed to equality of opportunity and values the diversity of all its workforce and student population.