Teaching Fellow / Lecturer

Birmingham City University - School of Education & Social Work

Location: City South Campus

Interview Date: Tuesday 12th September 2017

An exciting opportunity has arisen to appoint a committed and passionate individual to the post of Lecturer in Social Work. 

The Department of Social Work deliver qualifying Social Work programmes, BIA, Practice Education AMHP and contribute to a range of programmes across the Faculty.

We are looking to recruit a motivated, dynamic registered social worker with extensive experience of Social Work Practice, providing leadership and delivering training or education, to join our committed team of academics.

The successful candidate will be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council as a Social Worker.

You will be educated to degree level or equivalent with social work qualifications at initial and post qualifying levels, plus substantial experience of social work practice, as well as, management, education and training.  You will be committed to anti-discriminatory practice and the inclusion of users of services and carers in social work education.

For more information about applying and for the job description for the post, please see the current vacancies on the BCU website: http://jobs.bcu.ac.uk/.

Alternatively if you require the application in a different format please contact the Human Resources Department at hrlifecycle@bcu.ac.uk or on 0121 331 6693.

Birmingham City University holds an Athena Swan Bronze Award and promotes the advancement of gender equality through Representation, Progression and Success for All. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

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