Senior Lecturer in Social Work
UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST ENGLAND
Senior Lecturer in Social Work (two part-time posts are available)
Fixed term until 31 march 2020
£19,416 - £24,574 (pro rata as part time)
The Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences – Department of Health and Social Sciences is seeking to appoint two Senior Lecturers in Social Work to join their faculty on a part-time and fixed term basis. This is an exciting opportunity to join an expanding subject area designing and delivering Post Qualifying Social Work CPD modules in Cornwall.
Post 1 - will require you to have a specialist knowledge in Children and Families.
Post 2 - will require you to have a specialist knowledge in Adult Care.
The opportunity will enable you to contribute to the wider teaching within the subject area and to develop your own research and scholarly interests.
Working within the Social Work subject group you will contribute to teaching research and CPD as appropriate. The main responsibilities will include:
• To undertake design and module leadership Social Work CPD modules relating to either Children and Families or Adult Care.
• To undertake design and module leadership of Social Work CPD modules relating to practice learning or leadership and management.
• Work in partnership with the wider academic team, professional practice office and partner agencies.
• Work across a range of geographic locations including Bristol and Cornwall, with the majority of the work being undertaken in Cornwall.
• Be educated to Masters level in Social Work related social sciences.
• Have experience of teaching and assessment in higher education.
• Have an understanding of current debates and ideas within Social Work.
• Have familiarity with Social Work subject benchmarks.
• Be registered as a Social Worker with the HCPC.
Both posts require an enhanced DBS clearance. These posts are not available on a job share basis.
Other benefits, in addition to salary:
• A generous holiday allowance of pro rata to 35 days.
• Up to 12.5 bank holiday/closure days per year in addition;
• Flexible working;
• Excellent defined benefit pension schemes;
• Option to participate in the cycle to work scheme;
• Family friendly policies;
• Option to purchase childcare vouchers.
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Closing date: 1 March 2018.
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