Jobs: £40-50k

University Lecturer: Nursing & Health Care School

Opening Date:
20 Jun 2018
Closing Date:
17 Jul 2018
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The post-holder will make a significant contribution to leadership, management and provision of teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and to the recruitment and supervision of PGR students, as well as supporting the programme in Singapore. The post holder will also be expected to make a significant contribution to the achievement of the School and College objectives, in relation to excellence in learning, teaching and student experience and to the strategic development of scholarship within the school. Full details, plus application form, can be found on the UofG website: https://www.gla.ac.uk/it/iframe/jobs/

Senior Lecturer in Advancing Practice

Opening Date:
15 Jun 2018
Closing Date:
11 Jul 2018
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We are one of the biggest providers of advanced practitioners to the UK; a vibrant community of academics, practitioners and researchers with a commitment to providing high quality research informed teaching, to ensure active learning. Now we're looking for Senior Lecturers to join our advancing practice team. You will play a significant part in the delivery of our MSc Advanced Clinical Practice and our health courses. You will also have a broad academic remit, including: • Planning, delivering and evaluating teaching and learning. • Supporting students. • Scholarly activity across a range of pre-registration nursing activities. We are looking for Advanced Clinical Practitioners or clinicians with an independent prescribing qualification and skills in advanced physical assessment and consultation skills. You could be from any healthcare discipline as a professional background. You will combine this with the ability to inspire, motivate and connect with students, partners and other clients from a range of different backgrounds. The types of roles you will be doing in the first instance are teaching on our Advanced Physical Assessment & Consultation Skills module, prescribing modules and taking on module leadership, marking and being an academic advisor. It is expected that you would be able to teach across academic levels 4-7. We have a well formed and diverse team and due to high demand for our courses we are looking for Senior Lecturers to join us for either full or part time work. It is envisaged that this would work alongside a current clinical role. Working days are desired to be flexible to meet business need but a fixed day would also be considered. Some experience of teaching or training in either a clinical practice or academic environment is essential. Apply at http://bit.ly/2HUq4qs

University Teacher (Advanced Paediatric Practitioner)

Opening Date:
13 Jun 2018
Closing Date:
8 Jul 2018
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The School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Sheffield is looking to appoint a part-time University Teacher to lead the Advanced Paediatric Programme. You will lead the MMedSci Advanced Paediatric Nurse Practitioner programme with support from existing School of Nursing and Midwifery academic staff. You will design, prepare, and deliver teaching primarily on this programme, and prepare and supervise different modes of assessment. You will also undertake the supervision of students and carry out administrative duties as appropriate. This post is also available as a secondment. Further details about the post can be found at: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/jobs The post reference number is UOS019351 Further details about the programme can be found at: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/snm/postgraduatetaught/mmedsciadvancedpaediatricnursepractitioner

Lecturer in Nursing (Learning Disabilities)

Opening Date:
11 Jun 2018
Closing Date:
9 Jul 2018
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This appointment will contribute to the work of the Nursing qualifications. As a registered nurse, you will possess a background in the Learning Disabilities field of Nursing practice and education and offer expertise in research and scholarship as evidenced by ongoing professional development and measurable outputs. You will contribute to the production, presentation and updating of modules within Nursing and may write materials for the wider School portfolio. Your research (existing or developing) needs to appropriately underpin the Nursing teaching materials and help to maintain the leading-edge reputation of teaching within the School. To this end you will be expected to join one of the School’s research groups. Teaching in Nursing involves being a member of one or more module teams responsible for the production and maintenance of open and distance learning materials that draw on a system of blended teaching and learning. You should ideally have some knowledge of technology-enhanced learning. You will work individually and as part of a team and contribute to the team by:
  • developing learning materials, including the updating, writing and redrafting of materials, critical reading, editing associated material, and the production of audio-visual and online resources;
  • participation in the presentation and maintenance of existing courses, including writing assignments, monitoring tutors and participating in assessment;
  • developing synergies between teaching and research by developing a personal research plan that aligns with one or more of the School’s research themes and by promoting equal opportunities across all aspects of School activities including teaching and research.

RCN Foundation Special Programmes Officer

Opening Date:
7 Jun 2018
Closing Date:
24 Jun 2018
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RCN Foundation Special Programmes Officer £42,738 (pro rata) | 3 days per week | 3 months (renewable) London (negotiable) The RCN Foundation is an independent charity and grant-maker with a mission to support and strengthen the nursing workforce, and improve the health and wellbeing of the public. In particular the Foundation aims to enable members of the nursing team to overcome disadvantage, realise and develop their potential, and enjoy a fulfilling career. As part of the RCN Group, the Foundation works alongside the Royal College of Nursing, a trade union and professional body; RCNi, a media company providing up-to-date health care information for the whole nursing workforce; and RCN Hold Co, which provides personal injury and other legal services. We are seeking to recruit an individual to develop and manage a grants programme to support the development of specialist nurses. The funds associated with the grants programme are the result of a significant fundraising appeal by a high profile supporter. This is an important role working alongside the Head of the Foundation to represent the RCN Foundation to external audiences and position the charity. With a strong background in the health education sector, the post holder will develop strong working partnerships to design and deliver this high profile new grant programme (job description). For a discussion about the role, please contact Deepa Korea, Head of the RCN Foundation, on 020 7647 3497. If you are interested in applying, please submit a CV and a covering letter which addresses how you meet the requirements of the person specification. Applications should be sent to angela.flanagan@rcn.org.uk The closing date for applications is 24 June 2018.
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