|Salary:||£33,796 to £49,554 per annum|
|Placed On:||14th February 2020|
|Closes:||25th March 2020|
We are seeking an experienced and inspiring Lecturer / Senior Lecturer (Teaching) in Dementia Studies to be a key player in the Association of Dementia Studies and contribute to teaching across the wider School of Allied Health and Community. The post is offered full-time but part-time applicants will be considered.
We require an individual who has demonstrated that they can enthuse and work in partnership with health and social care providers to radically improve services for people living with dementia. In particular, the post-holder is expected to take a leading role in developing work streams around one of the following areas; supporting people with dementia living at home, dementia friendly communities, arts, creativity, sports, leisure and occupation, design and technology, advanced dementia and complex needs.
The focus of this post would be in the development of education and consultancy activities. Such activities will be progressed with colleagues from a range of sectors to ensure the Association for Dementia Studies achieves its aim of making a cutting-edge contribution to building evidence-based practical ways of working with people living with dementia and their families. This post will involve some travel. Overnight stays are expected as a feature of the work associated with this post. This will be planned in advance.
This post exemplifies the University’s strategic development of a strong network of partnerships with those directly engaged in providing care and support to people, families and communities affected by dementia. The post-holder will be expected to foster these relationships.
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