Applications are invited for the above post working in the School of Health Sciences.
Duties will include assistance with teaching including development of teaching resources and marking assignments.
The successful candidate will be will be given the opportunity to participate on Bangor University’s PgCertHE scheme.
Candidates should have at least a good undergraduate degree in Midwifery and hold a current Professional registration (on the appropriate part of the register) with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
The School mobilises its expertise and experience to generate new solutions to health challenges by engaging with health care research, scholarship, teaching and learning that is of the highest possible standard, quality and value to service users, students, practitioners and stakeholders.
Recognising our bilingual heritage in North Wales, we pay special attention to maintaining language and cultural competence relevant to local, national and international partners.
The Mission statement emphasises our commitment to work in partnership with NHS services and staff, other service providers, patients and the public to create the best possible impact on healthcare and health. Our portfolio supports workforce development, service improvement and research across North Wales, supported by our Bangor and Wrexham campuses.
The School is the sole provider for pre-registration education for the nursing, midwifery and radiography professions in north Wales. We host a fully accredited Clinical Trials Unit, with research centres or clusters around health economics, primary care, evidence synthesis, improvement, service user perspectives, rehabilitation, and bilingual aspects of healthcare. We pay attention to demonstrating the links between our research and teaching activities, and in providing our students with excellent learning experiences that equip them with the ability to succeed in their professional careers.
The post holder will be expected to participate in performance review and developmental activities.
The post holder will be expected to comply with the University’s equality policies and statements, Dignity at Work and Study Policy and the University’s Welsh Language Scheme.
The post holder has a general and legal duty of care in relation to health, safety and wellbeing and must take all reasonable steps to ensure a safe and healthy working environment for him/her self and for other members of staff, students and visitors affected by his/her actions or inactions. The post holder is also required to comply with all applicable health and safety policies, procedures and risk assessments.
The post holder must comply with relevant legal and financial policies and procedures and be aware of their responsibilities in terms of the legal requirements of their posts.