|Salary:||£46,047 to £61,823 Grade K/L, per annum|
|Placed On:||30th January 2023|
|Closes:||19th March 2023|
£46,047 - £51,805 per annum (Grade K) or
£54,949 - £61,823 per annum (Grade L)
The School for Policy Studies wishes to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Adult Health and Social Care. The successful candidate will join an ambitious and collegial School that pushes forward intellectual debates and real-world solutions to a range of policy and social dilemmas within an interdisciplinary environment.
The School has an exceptional reputation for teaching, research and public engagement. In the 2021 Research Excellence Framework (REF) over 95% of research in social work and social policy was rated world-leading or internationally excellent (Social Work and Social Policy). In the QS World Rankings we are consistently ranked in the top 30 worldwide and top ten in the UK. Our undergraduate programmes are consistently top rated in national league tables. Our MSc policy programmes have a strongly global, comparative and international component.
What will you be doing?
They will co-ordinate and deliver taught units and enhance our research profile in the field of Adult Health and Social Care. They will contribute to teaching on our undergraduate programme in Social Policy and our MSc programmes in Public Policy, Social Work, and Nutrition, Physical Activity and Public Health. They will undertake personal tutoring, and supervise post-graduate research students as well as dissertation supervision at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
The appointee will contribute to the School’s extensive research programme by engaging in externally funded research, working independently and/or in collaboration with colleagues, and producing high quality published outputs for academic and other relevant audiences.
They will undertake administration related to teaching and/or research.
You should apply if
You should apply if you have a growing national and international reputation in research in Adult Health and Social Care, extensive teaching experience and evidence of leadership in both.
The post is open to applicants with expertise in any aspect of Adult Health and Social Care with a strong policy focus, but we would particularly welcome applicants with expertise in any of the following: adult mental health and wellbeing; older adults; dementia; inequalities and diversity; the interface between housing, health and social care; evaluation of health and social care interventions and approaches; digital health and social care; global and comparative research. Applications from candidates with experience of high-quality research using any relevant social scientific research method are welcome.
For informal queries please contact Professor Karen West - firstname.lastname@example.org
or Professor Ailsa Cameron - email@example.com
This advert will close at 23:59 GMT on Sunday 19th March 2023.
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