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Lecturer in Social Welfare Law, Policy & Advice Practice

School of Health & Social Care

Location:  Stoke campus
Salary:   £33,518 to £38,833 per annum
Tenure:  Full time permanent, working 1.0fte
Release Date:  Tuesday 20 November 2018
Closing Date:   Wednesday 19 December 2018
Interview Date:   Friday 04 January 2019
Reference:  HSC18-03

An opportunity has arisen in the School of Health and Social Care for a Lecturer in Social Welfare Law, Policy and Advice Practice within the Department of Social Work and Social Welfare.

You will join a team of Social Work, Health and Social Care and Social Welfare lecturers and you will be engaged in the design, development, delivery and assessment of all aspects of Social Welfare Law, Policy and Advice Practice education at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. You will possess a good undergraduate degree in the specialist area or a related subject and will need to be knowledgeable and skilled in the social welfare subject areas of money advice, and welfare benefits.  You must have a passion for teaching and assessing students and be committed to ensuring an excellent and supportive student experience. The awards are delivered on campus and by blended and distance learning. You will be expected to work flexibly and to contribute to delivering the general range of subjects and activities within Social Welfare area and to contribute to the wider activities of the Department and School. The post will involve travel and the need for occasional weekend and evening work to oversee on line exams, and to contribute to marketing and recruitment activity such as Open Days.  In return, we offer you a friendly working environment and one which actively supports your professional growth and development.

For an informal discussion regarding this vacancy, please contact: 

Andrea Bailey – Associate Dean (Students), School of Health and Social Care,

The closing date for this job opportunity has now passed, and applications are no longer being accepted for this position

Further details:

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