|Salary:||£39,592 as this vacancy has limited funding the maximum salary that can be offered is Grade 7|
|Placed On:||24th May 2023|
|Closes:||14th June 2023|
Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract for up to 2 years
Applications are invited from registered healthcare professionals with relevant post-registration clinical experience and an interest in healthcare education, to work with the SCRIPT eLearning team in the School of Pharmacy.
The appointed healthcare professional will manage the design and development of a suite of SCRIPT eLearning portfolios and modules that focus on prescribing and therapeutics for a range of healthcare professional disciplines. The aim of the project, funded by Health Education England, is to provide an environment that will encourage learning and reflective practice and help maintain professional knowledge and competence for healthcare professionals who work with medicines.
The successful applicant will join the established SCRIPT Editorial team, and their main job will be to ensure that the eLearning content is accurate, up-to-date, and relevant to clinical practice. They will be responsible for the planning of the various programmes of work within the project and ensuring it is delivered in a timely fashion. They will develop content and work with others to help innovate the eLearning experience.
The successful candidate will work with all members of the project team but will be accountable within our University to the local senior co-applicants.
A total of 37.5 hours per week will be contracted, which can be flexible to suit. We will also consider part-time work.
Informal enquires should be directed to Dr Sarah Pontefract, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or Hannah Vallance, Email: email@example.com
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