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 Reader/Professor - Interprofessional Education:


 19 October 2009 | visits 760

Glasgow Caledonian University

Glasgow Caledonian University - School of Health

Job Family: Academic, Research and Enterprise

Grade: 8 (Reader)

Salary Scale: £44,931 - £52,086 (point 44 - 49) (Reader)*

Contract type: Professorial Senior Academic Contract (Professor)

Salary Scale: £56,500 to £69,000 (Professor)

Contract:  Full time/permanent 

Ref: HR1043

Closing Date: 30 October 2009

The School of Health at Glasgow Caledonian University is looking to appoint a Reader/Professor.  The main purpose of this role is to lead a programme of learning and teaching and research focussed on interprofessional education and interprofessional working. This leadership position will focus on strategic positioning, development and delivery of leading edge education and research in this field.

The successful candidate will be a Member of Higher Education Academy (HEA) or Teaching Qualification and hold a Doctoral degree in a relevant subject.  Additionally, the ability to demonstrate detailed knowledge of interprofessional Education and interprofessional working, experience of teaching interprofessional groups, in-depth knowledge of research methods in Health and Social Care and strong national and developing international profile and evidence of having produced international quality research are requirements for this post.  The successful candidate will also have the ability to demonstrate outstanding performance in at least three of the following:

  • Knowledge Transfer, including applied research, consultancy and CPD.
  • Scholarly/teaching Activities.
  • Advanced professional practice.
  • Academic and general leadership.
  • Contribution to the achievement of the strategic objectives of the University and education more generally.
  • Professional standing in an appropriate field.

A range of metrics will be used by the panel to support a candidate’s appropriateness for conferment.

For comprehensive details of this exciting opportunity and how to apply, please visit our website

GCU – Socially Enterprising and InclusiveWinner of the 2008 Times Higher Award

Glasgow Caledonian University is committed to being an equal opportunities employerGlasgow Caledonian University is a registered Scottish charity, SC021474

We would prefer that agencies do not respond to this advert.

*Please note that the appointment will be made on the first point of the salary scale (unless by exception).

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