Head of School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedic Practice


29th May 2020

Closing Date

30th June 2020





Interviews Scheduled


The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedic Practice at RGU is seeking to build upon its reputation for education, research and professional consultancy. As the Head of School, you will be at the heart of this, seeking to accelerate the pace of change, focusing on strategy and responding to the educational needs of the healthcare workforce, locally, nationally and indeed globally. The recent addition of paramedic practice to the school’s profile means it is an excellent time to be leading a school that is growing both its profile and reputation.

The role involves working closely with health and social care partners within the public and third/independent sectors to ensure academic provision in terms of teaching and research addresses the current and future workforce needs. The university is committed to the development of interprofessional learning and through its wide range of courses ensures that interprofessional learning is central to all its course provision. The Head of School plays a key role in ensuring this operates at a university level as well as through the University’s partnerships with local health and social care providers.

The retiral of our current Head of School presents this superb opportunity for a respected, ambitious leader, with appropriate professional qualifications and/or substantial, relevant experience of nurse/midwifery/ paramedic education. You will inspire staff and students alike, helping them to develop within a contemporary learning environment that addresses the challenges of life-long healthcare education against a rapidly changing background of economic and technological advancements.

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To find out more about this opportunity please contact Alan Walter on:

07876 766972 or email alan@dixonwalter.co.uk.

How to apply

To apply please submit the following to alan@dixonwalter.co.uk no later than the closing date on Tuesday 30th June 2020.

1. An up-to-date CV

2. A letter of application setting out your interest in the role and details of how you match the person specification (no more than 2 sides of A4)

3. Details of three referees and your current remuneration (Referees will not be contacted without your permission)

4. A completed Equal Opportunities form (also available to download from this site)

Interview Dates to be confirmed

Following receipt of your application you will receive an acknowledgement from Dixon Walter. Within this response you will be required to provide consent under the new general data protection regulations. If you fail to provide this consent your application will not be processed further.

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