Jobs: £40-50k

Lecturers in Nursing

Opening Date:
14 Aug 2018
Closing Date:
30 Aug 2018
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Further your Career in Nursing with Edinburgh Napier University Why join us? Edinburgh Napier is one of the largest providers of nursing and midwifery education in Scotland; with a further significant profile across the wider UK and a strong transnational education portfolio. Our provision is unique as we are the only providers of all four fields of nursing education (adult, mental health, learning disabilities and child health) and midwifery at pre-registration level. We are an ambitious School with a clear vision; to have a positive impact on society. We know it’s our staff who will deliver that vision and so there are many opportunities for development. We have a strong reputation within the field of Adult Nursing that we are keen to develop further. Our nurse education programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level are designed for all four fields of practice and are informed by innovative applied research. To support this we are looking to recruit three lecturers in Nursing. Who Are We Looking For? These lectures will primarily support our existing pre-registration nursing programmes and the development of our new ones. They will keep integration and collaboration at the forefront of this, and will work with our other academics, ensuring that our teaching is innovative and strongly applied to practice. You will also focus on research and other scholarly activity that will shape curricula, demonstrate our impact and ensure we grow our reputation for evidence informed teaching and learning. We are keen to speak to candidates with a background in either acute adult nursing, non-medical prescribing and quality improvement. It is not essential that all applicants have a nursing qualification, but they must have a background in health and social care and be able and willing to teach on the nursing programmes. For more info, please visit our careers page: https://www.napier.ac.uk/about-us/work-with-us

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing

Opening Date:
2 Aug 2018
Closing Date:
22 Aug 2018
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We deliver BSc (Hons) and PgDip Nursing (Mental Health) courses across Berkshire and London and have a wide ranging CPD provision. We partner with a large number of mental health organisations; NHS Trusts in both London (West London Mental Health Trust – incorporating Broadmoor Hospital, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust) and Berkshire (Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust) and private, voluntary and independent sector organisations. Senior Lecturer As a Senior Lecturer you will be responsible for leading the development, management and delivery of high quality, engaging mental health nursing modules and courses. You will also contribute mental health expertise to our wider provision i.e. Midwifery, Operating Department Practice, Health Promotion and Public Health, CPD, Nursing Associates and Assistant Practitioner courses. As a member of the academic team, you will assist in the development of the professional, academic, research and scholarly profile of mental health nursing in CNMH. You will also support learners and mentors in clinical practice. Lecturer As a Lecturer you will participate in/contribute to the delivery and continuing development and integration of mental health, within modules and/or courses (pre-registration and CPD), offered by the College of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare. This will encompass Nursing, Midwifery, Operating Department Practice, Health Promotion and Public Health, Nursing Associates and Assistant Practitioner courses. As a member of the academic team, you will assist in the development of the professional, academic, research and scholarly profile of CNMH. You will also support learners and mentors in clinical practice. You must be able to work across the College’s two main sites of delivery - Brentford and Reading. For more information - https://jobs.uwl.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=NURS159

Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology

Opening Date:
2 Aug 2018
Closing Date:
30 Aug 2018
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The College of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare (CNMH) is a major provider of education in London and Berkshire, delivering high quality, dynamic courses,using a variety of innovative teaching and learning methods, at all academic levels (undergraduate to doctoral). We partner with a large number of healthcare organisations in the private, voluntary and independent sector. Find out more about our work https://www.uwl.ac.uk/academic-schools/nursing-midwifery. As a Senior Lecturer you will be responsible for leading the development, management and delivery of pharmacology and prescriber content within both:
  • Pre-registration nursing (in line with the NMC 2018 Future Nurse Standards of Proficiency for Registered Nurses) and healthcare modules.
  • CPD courses within the College of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare.
As a member of the academic team, you will assist in the development of the professional, academic, research and scholarly profile of pharmacology within CNMH. You will hold a Masters degree in Nursing or relevant healthcare subject, current registration with a professional body (for example GPhC, HCPC or NMC) and a teaching qualification. You will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills to work collaboratively with students, academics and our support staff. You will be enthusiastic, organised, self-motivated, able to manage your own workload and commit to the University’s vision and values. You must be able to work across the College’s two main sites of delivery: Brentford (London) – https://www.uwl.ac.uk/about-us/our-location/brentford-site Reading (Berkshire) – Berkshire Institute for Health - https://www.uwl.ac.uk/about-us/our-location/berkshire-institute-health  

Lecturer – Nursing

Opening Date:
30 Jul 2018
Closing Date:
29 Aug 2018
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We are recruiting an exceptional individual to join us as a lecturer as part of our highly motivated team to contribute to teaching, assessment, student support, scholarly activity and curriculum development. The successful candidate will have excellent experience in technology-enhanced learning and educational development. Experience of teaching digital literacy and academic skills in higher education is also required. You will be part of teams delivering learning and teaching activities to pre-registration students and at post-qualifying levels. Experience of working in nursing or health professions education will be advantageous. You will be involved in online teaching delivery and at our two campuses in Dundee and Kirkcaldy. You will lead on technology-related developments across the programmes and support other academic staff to identify and implement technology-based solutions. This will include our new pre-registration programme and the MSc programmes, as well as our new post-registration programme for Singapore. You will hold a postgraduate qualification, ideally a Master’s degree, and have broad experience and knowledge in higher education. You must hold a postgraduate teaching qualification. For further information please contact Dr Linda Martindale at l.martindale@dundee.ac.uk. To find out more about the School please visit https://nursing-health.dundee.ac.uk/. Closing date for applications: 29 August 2018. We anticipate that interviews will take place on 21 September 2018. For further information and how to apply go www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BLQ652/lecturer

Senior Lecturer in Advanced Clinical Practice (0.8 full time equivalent)

Opening Date:
27 Jul 2018
Closing Date:
14 Sep 2018
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Joining the postgraduate team in the School of Health Sciences you will have up-to-date, sound knowledge of current developments in advanced practice including current clinical, professional and policy developments. You will mainly contribute to the teaching and supervision on our MSc Advanced Practice programme and take an active role in supporting students in both theory and practice. This interprofessional course is currently being mapped to the advanced clinical practice apprenticeship framework. You will have current professional registration with, for example, HCPC, NMC or allied health profession and a university recognised teaching qualification or be committed to obtaining a professional education qualification. A fundamental part of the role is collaborating with staff in the School to develop research opportunities. We have a philosophy of engaging in partnership work and are committed to policy developments which you will be expected to engage with. You will have an MSc in a relevant subject. If you have a PhD or Doctorate and can supervise at this level, you will have opportunities to develop as the university has an active programme for supporting early career researchers. Travel to other university sites will also be required. For informal enquiries please contact, Academic Lead CPE and Postgraduate Programmes, Charlotte Ramage (01273) 641164, C.M.Ramage@brighton.ac.uk. We welcome applications from ethnic minorities that are currently under-represented. To apply please follow this link: https://jobs.brighton.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=HC3067-18-416

Lecturer in Nursing Studies (Adult/Mental Health)

Opening Date:
23 Jul 2018
Closing Date:
3 Sep 2018
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This is a unique opportunity for a high calibre, self-motivated, dynamic and enthusiastic registered nurse academic in Adult or Mental Health nursing to make a significant contribution to the future direction of Nursing Studies’ local and global profile. Innovation and creativity is encouraged along with the ability to be a team player with strong external networks. There are high levels of support to achieve, maintain and grow quality research and teaching with colleagues in the School research office and student support team. This is full time (35 hours) open ended position. Salary: £39,992-£47,722 per annum. Closing date: 5pm (GMT) 3rd September 2018. The post holder will be a registered nurse academic with an active teaching, research and practice relevant portfolio. The post holder will make a contribution to leadership, management, organisation and provision of learning, teaching, assessment, pastoral care and guidance, student experience and curricula development at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, supporting the recruitment and supervision of these students. In addition, the post holder will be expected to make a contribution to the strategic development of scholarship, research, REF, knowledge exchange and impact within Nursing Studies, the wider School and University. We would welcome applications from candidates with research focus related to our key research priorities of Connecting policy, professions and care; Social Justice and Health inequity; Global Public Health; and Abruptions in health and social care, which are underpinned by cross-cutting research methodologies, policy and impact. The University will consider appointments made on a less than full-time basis or as a job share arrangement subject to negotiation.

Lecturer in Nursing Studies (Adult/Mental Health)

Opening Date:
20 Jul 2018
Closing Date:
3 Sep 2018
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This is a unique opportunity for a high calibre, self-motivated, dynamic and enthusiastic registered nurse academic in adult or mental health nurse with non medical prescribing qualification to make a significant contribution to the future direction of Nursing Studies’ local and global profile. Innovation and creativity is encouraged along with the ability to be a team player with strong external networks. There are high levels of support to achieve, maintain and grow quality research and teaching with colleagues in the School research office and student support team. The post holder will be a registered nurse academic with an active teaching, research and practice related portfolio as well as a current nurse prescribing qualification. The post holder will make a contribution to leadership, management, organisation and provision of learning, teaching, assessment, pastoral care and guidance, student experience and curricula development at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, supporting the recruitment and supervision of these students. In addition, the post holder will be expected to make a contribution to the strategic development of scholarship, research, REF, knowledge exchange and impact within Nursing Studies, the wider School and University. We would welcome applications from candidates with research focus related to our key research priorities of Connecting policy, professions and care; Social Justice and Health inequity; Global Public Health; and Abruptions in health and social care, which are underpinned by cross-cutting research methodologies, policy and impact. The University will consider appointments made on a less than full-time basis or as a job share arrangement subject to negotiation. This role is available on a full time (35 hours per week), open ended basis. Salary: £39,992 - £49,149 per annum Closing date: 5pm (GMT) 3rd September 2018. Further details are available at https://www.ed.ac.uk/human-resources/jobs

Lecturer (Health and Society) – Band 8

Opening Date:
9 Jul 2018
Closing Date:
31 Aug 2018
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The Hull York Medical School invites applications for Lecturer in Health & Society within the Academy of Primary Care based at the University of Hull. The Hull York Medical School is a different kind of Medical School. The joint medical school of the Universities of Hull and York, we have a reputation as one of the UKs most exciting, contemporary schools. Our innovative curriculum and focus on problem based learning and early and sustained clinical exposure ensures that students on our MB BS programme develop the problem solving, analytical and communication skills and resilience needed to deliver a high standard of care to people with complex needs and from a variety of backgrounds. The primary purpose for this role is to lead the design and delivery of educational content for our undergraduate MB BS programme in our longitudinal theme ‘Health and Society’. This aspect of our curriculum incorporates the disciplines underpinning Public Health: epidemiology; evidence-based practice; behavioural sciences; medical sociology; medical statistics; health economics and quality management. This post will be based within our new Academy of Primary Care. The Academy brings together education, research, clinical and NHS partners to champion innovative scholarship driving excellence in the design and delivery of person-centred healthcare for 21st century health needs. The successful applicant will have a PhD in a relevant discipline and an established national and an emerging international reputation for professional practice, scholarship and pedagogic development. To discuss this role informally, please contact: Professor Joanne Reeve (joanne.reeve@hyms.ac.uk) or Dr Steven Oliver (steven.oliver@hyms.ac.uk) For information about the Hull York Medical School visit www.hyms.ac.uk
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