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Practice Education Facilitator

Canterbury Christ Church University - School of Allied and Public Health Professions

Location: Canterbury, Medway
Salary: £37,099 to £42,978 per annum with further progression opportunities to £45,585 per annum pro rata
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 13th February 2024
Closes: 3rd March 2024
Job Ref: REQ04696
 

A full application including a covering letter detailing your experience alongside a CV is required for applications to be considered. Please be advised applications made without providing a cover letter will not be accepted.

We have a number of part-time opportunities available for this role. Please indicate the number of days you would be interested in working if your application was successful.

Background of department

The University’s School of Allied and Public Health Professions is the University’s academic and professional home for the Allied Health Professions, and for all those interested in improving public health and well-being. Our mission is to facilitate, educate and innovate to improve lives. We achieve this through our research, and by providing a portfolio of courses and other learning opportunities that are creative, inspirational and empowering, and which develop knowledge, policy and practice.

Our partnerships with service providers ensure we offer excellent practice education for our aspiring Allied Health Professionals. These roles will play a key role in developing placement opportunities across the region for our AHP students, and to support multidisciplinary learning within the workplace.

We offer an exciting portfolio of applied healthcare courses at undergraduate and postgraduate levels alongside internationally renowned applied research in implementation and diagnostic practice and policy. The School provides courses at undergraduate and/or postgraduate levels for the Physiotherapy, Diagnostic Radiography, Medical Ultrasound, Clinical Reporting, Occupational Therapy, Paramedic Science, Social Work, Speech & Language Therapy, and Operating Department Practice professions. Uniquely, our courses pay special attention to sustainable practice, and the accreditation of our students’ leadership development. We also offer courses that reflect a Public Health perspective around health promotion, mental health and global public health. We have exciting plans for the growth of both our educational and research programmes and are keen to attract people who share our ambitions to make a difference. Our research work within the School focuses on the improvement of health and care services, health and well-being by co-producing solutions in close collaboration with service users and other stakeholders.  

Our School has Athena SWAN bronze status. We value equality and diversity across our workforce and to ensuring our staff community is reflective of the diversity of our student population.

The Role

The Practice Education Facilitator role will enable colleagues who wish to develop the educational pillar of their career to develop insights and confidence in the support of practice education. The roles will also provide the opportunity to develop transferable skills in networking, partnership-working, quality assurance, and in working across professional, organisational boundaries and settings. You will be well supported in the role by a School Director for Practice Learning and join a dynamic and ambitious team of Allied Health Professional Placement Leads, Course Teams, and Lecturers in Practice Learning. There will be opportunities to develop interprofessional skills and support the development of learning environments for other professionals.

How to Apply

Start date for applications: 09/02/23
Closing date for applications: 03/03/2024
Interviews are to be held: March 2024 - TBA

For further information about the post, please feel free to contact Professor Christopher R. Burton, Head of School on alliedpublic.health@canterbury.ac.uk

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