BHF Lecturer in Cardiovascular Care

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BHF Lecturer in Cardiovascular Care

Job Purpose
To take a key role in the development and delivery of internationally leading cardiovascular care research that is self-sustaining and consistent with the School’s strategic objectives. To make a substantial leadership and management contribution to the strategic development of cardiovascular education and practice.

 
Main Duties and Responsibilities


1. To build a strategic, funded research portfolio that demonstrates interdisciplinarity, sustainability and international vision within the field of cardiovascular care.

2. To submit research-based publications on a regular basis to appropriate international journals.

3. To present research findings via papers and posters at international conferences within the UK and elsewhere.

4. To recruit funded research students to the School and MVLS.

5. To co-supervise with other University colleagues, postgraduate research students.
6. To collaborate and deliver on the internationalisation strategy with the support of the MVLS College and the wider University.

7. To develop and deliver education programmes, including e-learning, to support the School’s and the British Heart Foundation’s strategic teaching and learning objectives.

8. To participate fully in the assessment process and provide effective, timely and appropriate feedback to students to support their learning and to provide a quality student experience.

9. To take a lead and be responsible for a range of specific administrative duties as requested by the Project Director and the Head of School.

10. To participate in quality assurance and enhancement activities, curriculum review and programme re-accreditation with the University and professional bodies as required.

Knowledge, Qualifications, Skills and Experience
 
Knowledge/Qualifications

Essential
A1 Good first degree in relevant subject area.
A2 Professional qualification in nursing.
A3 Holds a PhD or is working towards a PhD with significant relevant experience.
 
Desirable
B1 A teaching qualification would be an advantage.
 

Skills


Essential
C1 Excellent oral, written and internet communication skills.
C2 Excellent interpersonal, networking and presentation skills.
C3 Data management skills
C4 Project management skills: time, budget, staff
C5 Ability to work independently and collegially as part of a team.
C6 Creativity and imagination.
C7 Self-motivation.
C8 Leadership.
 

Experience

Essential
E1 Substantial breadth and depth of knowledge in subject area
E2 Relevant clinical experience
E3 Record of publication in peer reviewed journals
E4 An established record of achieving successful grant funding as Principal Investigator would be an advantage.
E5 Teaching experience desirable.

Deadline: 30 January 2012.

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