Senior Lecturer in Diabetes Care
An exciting opportunity exists for experienced Diabetes clinicians to join the Department of Post-Qualifying Healthcare Practice, within the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Birmingham City University. The Department of Post-Qualifying Healthcare Practice is a thriving, innovative and dynamic environment that aims to provide high quality CPD for the NHS and international health workforce. o ignored
This Senior Lecturer role will play a pivotal role in working within the diabetes education team who lead the MSc in Advancing Diabetes Care, an innovative online programme being delivered with the UK and internationally. In addition, the post holder/s will play a pivotal role in teaching students on the freestanding diabetes modules and within the BSc CPD Undergraduate and MSc in Professional Practice Pathways, and also teaching about diabetes care across all specialist fields. o ignored
You must be a registered practitioner, either as a Nurse, Doctor, Podiatrist, Dietitian or Psychologist with a background in primary or secondary diabetes care delivery. You need to be able to demonstrate evidence of on-going professional development and also hold a Master’s degree in a clinically relevant subject. You will also be required to demonstrate clinical currency within the speciality of diabetes care. o ignored
We will consider secondment opportunities to work alongside an existing clinical role and also job share options for part-time work. o ignored
If you wish to know more about this role, and would like an informal discussion please contact David Waters, Associate Professor/Head of Department on 0121 202 6166 or by email on: email@example.com or Dr Anne Phillips, Associate Professor in Diabetes Care by email firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply for this job please visit jobs.bcu.ac.uk.