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Paramedic Clinical Teacher

Faculty of Health Studies

School of Allied Health Professions and Midwifery

Salary:  £33,966 to £37,099 per annum pro rata
  0.4 FTE
Post Type:  Part Time
Contract Type:  Permanent
Closing Date:  Tuesday 06 August 2024
Interview Date:  To be confirmed
Reference:  HR0169156


This post of Clinical Teacher (Paramedic) in the School of Allied Health Professions and Midwifery, offers an opportunity to assist with and innovate curriculum, learning, teaching and assessment approaches across our current and future undergraduate programme. Working in line with University ambitions, the school is committed to providing an excellent experience, whilst continuing to raise our research and innovation reputation. The school’s focus is on preparing future paramedics, working with and for the population of Bradford, West Yorkshire and beyond.

What you will be doing:

The post holder will

  • Increase the skills of students, through the demonstration of practical equipment and clinical skill procedures within a classroom or clinical skills setting.
  • Prepare and deliver lectures, tutorials and skills teaching without direct supervision, relating to Paramedic Science, within a clear and established teaching framework and module plan.
  • Assist module leaders with technical and administrative tasks related to the successful delivery of modules and the overall programme.
  • Undertake duties in relation to assessment under the direction of members of academic staff. Typically, this will include the marking and second marking of course work and skills exams and providing feedback to students.
  • Undertake the personal academic tutor role in providing appropriate student support and guidance.
  • Contribute to the working life of the Faculty, University and wider academic community including, graduation, open days, applicant experience days, clearing and the student recruitment and selection process.

Qualifications/ experience:

  • A Registered Paramedic with a current HCPC registration.
  • First degree in a relevant area and/or a Diploma in paramedic practice with evidence of further academic study.
  • Experience of working in pre-hospital urgent and emergency care
  • Experience of teaching clinical skills to students or ambulance clinicians
  • Skills in the use of low- and hi-fidelity simulation
  • Experience supporting individuals from diverse populations in their learning in a range of settings.
  • Good knowledge of patient safety and human factors affecting diagnostic and clinical practices

In Return we Offer:

  • 25 days holiday and 13 statutory and customary days.
  • Family-friendly policies
  • Great campus facilities including:
  • Unique fitness centre
  • Eye clinic
  • Physiotherapy & sports rehabilitation,
  • Counselling & mental health services
  • On site nursery
  • Food & drink outlets
  • Generous employer contribution pension schemes - Universities Superannuation Scheme
  • Generous benefit schemes, including car leasing, cycle to work, holiday purchase, home & technology scheme and shopping discounts

Find more information about the many other benefits, including salary sacrifice schemes and campus nursery.

Additional Information:

If you would like to find out more or are interested in applying, please message, email or call Bryan Lightowler: (Professional Lead Paramedic Science), we would love to hear from you.

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