Liverpool John Moores University
£36,333 – £43,155 or £44,414 – £54,420 per annum
Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) is a distinctive, unique institution, rooted in the Liverpool City Region and with a global presence. Our students and staff, past, present, and future, are the beating heart of our city and can be found in every corner of every industry and community. We couldn’t exist anywhere else and have shaped the city in which we belong. Working with the people of Liverpool to improve lives and support communities is at the heart of why we were founded and why we exist today.
For over 25 years, the Faculty of Health has been passionate about creating programmes that enable our students to engage with the health and social care sectors to deliver the best care to individuals, families and populations. The School of Public and Allied Health covers a range of programme areas including public health, paramedicine, midwifery, community nursing, social work and health and social care.
We are seeking to appoint experienced academics to contribute to the teaching and learning in the areas of:
– Public Health
– International Public Health
– Health and Social Care
You will have a strong commitment to ensuring an outstanding student experience, deliver a range of high quality teaching materials and provide excellent pastoral and academic support to students.
In return, we offer an excellent benefits package including generous annual leave entitlement, pension scheme, induction and development support as well as family-friendly policies.
This is an exciting time to join LJMU in our bicentenary year and with the launch of our new strategic plan.
If you feel that this is the role you have been looking for and your skills and experience can make a real difference at LJMU, we look forward to hearing from you.
Candidates wishing to discuss the scope of this opportunity should contact Rose Khatri, Programme Leader, [email protected]
We would encourage applications from all individuals who meet the advert criteria, but would particularly encourage applications from women; Black, Asian and ethnically diverse groups, LGBTQ+ groups; and disabled people. The University is proud of its commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion and endeavours to cultivate a staff base that is representative of society. Please let us know if you require reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process.
Please note all of our vacancies will be closed to applications at midnight on the advertised closing date, unless otherwise stated.
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