Lecturer - Health and Care Professions - Audiology

South Devon College
South West
£15000 - £100000

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Job Description

Lecturer – Health and Care Professions - Audiology

Salary: Attractive salary in line with NHS agenda for change

Contract Type: Permanent, Fractional, 14.8 hours per week, 52 weeks per year (0.4fte)

Location: Paignton, Devon

We are recruiting for an enthusiastic individual to join our Health and Care Professions and Nursing team to specialise in Audiology. As a lecturer you will be required to undertake formal scheduled teaching duties as follows:- teaching, tutorials, and student assessment as directed and supported by the Programme Coordinator and Head of Curriculum. As part of this role you will be required to attend a range of meetings within UCSD, this may include but not be restricted to:- Annual Programme Monitoring, Programme Committee Meetings, Subject Assessment Panels. You will also work with partners external to the college under direction of the Programme Co-ordinator and Head of Curriculum ensuring high levels of professionalism to further improve and increase opportunities for the students and the breadth of provision on offer.

The successful candidate will hold an Audiology qualification which may include Diploma, Foundation, Bachelors or Masters Degree level and a registration with PSRB such as HCPC and or RCCP. Appropriate vocational experience in Hearing Aid Dispensing and or Audiology Field experience, continued links with degree related industry and relevant IT Skills and knowledge base to support with online delivery.

For more information on this post, please contact Antonio Specchia – Programme Coordinator and Lead – Audiology on \Antoniospecchia@southdevon.ac.uk

South Devon College is a Further and Higher Education college with top success rates, located in Torbay, which is part of the beautiful English Riviera on the South Devon coast. Our state of the art campus offers local access to world class facilities. We are an ambitious College, ambitious for our learners, our staff and the community we serve. We measure our performance by the success of our learners.

Our fresh vibrant culture provides over 10,000 learners each year with a wide provision ranging from national curriculum in South Devon High School, Post Sixteen Academic and Technical Qualifications, Apprenticeships, courses for adults and Higher Education programmes in University Centre South Devon, contributing an overall £30 million College expenditure to the local economy.

Benefits as follows: Up to 52 days paid leave per year, including holiday, Bank Holidays and Christmas Closure (up to 2 weeks); Membership of the Teachers' Pension Scheme; Life Assurance (if member of pension scheme); On Site Nursery (Mama Bears); Fitness Suite Facilities; Staff Discounts (Inspirations Salon,, Totum Student Cards, membership of the Sodexo Employee Discounts Platform); 24/7 Employee Assistance Programme, Holiday Purchase Scheme; Discounted Stagecoach Bus Pass, Cycle to Work Scheme and many others.

http://southdevon.ac.uk/working-at-south-devon-college/benefits-of-working-at-south-devon-college

Closing Date: Midnight Tuesday 13th December 2022

Interview Date: To be confirmed in the new year.

To apply and for a full job description please visit the Jobs page of the South Devon College website www.southdevon.ac.uk/jobs. Please do NOT send CVs, we only accept applications via the relevant form on our dedicated recruitment website.

We welcome applications from people who wish to apply on the basis of a job share or flexible working arrangement.

Please note that you will be required to be in possession of an Enhanced DBS Certificate, or be willing to undertake an Enhanced DBS check as a condition of employment at the College.

This College is committed to Safeguarding/Prevent and promoting the welfare of learners, including children and young people, and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.