The Role Forward-looking, focused and innovative. Kingston University is yours to achieve. Join our dynamic School of Nursing and take the opportunity to develop the future nursing and healthcare workforce. In this key role you will strive to enhance nursing and healthcare practice and the reputation of our School of Nursing within the particular subject area of neonatal nursing and healthcare across all domains of practice. Articulate and well respected, you will lead, coordinate and teach on specialist post-graduate neonatal modules as well as contributing to undergraduate nursing programmes. In particular, you will have the ability to inspire our students and will have a keen interest in developing education. Alongside being involved in the pastoral care of students, you will be encouraged and supported to further your interests in research, enterprise or professional practice. The Person You will be a nurse on the NMC register, educated to at least degree level, with experience of working within the field of neonatal nursing across intensive care, high dependency and special care settings. Equivalent professional qualifications considered. You are resourceful, highly motivated and ambitious. You are interested in teaching and can share your skills and expertise with the nursing and healthcare workforce of the future. A teaching qualification is desirable but non-essential. The Faculty supports new members of staff to gain appropriate qualifications and are keen to support ongoing academic and professional development. For further information and to arrange an informal chat please contact Liz Crighton, Associate Professor Children’s Nursing email@example.com or Dr Jayne Price, Professor of children’s nursing firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Department of Nursing at Manchester Met is recruiting a work based learning (WBL) tutor, on a full time basis for 2 years fixed term. You will be required to support work across our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes to support students in completing their practice placements towards qualification as a registered nurse. WBL tutors are required to both the support and the enhancement of student experience on work based placements, whilst actively participating in departmental activities. The post-holder will be required to build capacity and develop new placements for Nursing students. The post-holder will be required to work closely with a range of academics, practitioners and other professionals across the wider health and social care sector. You will demonstrate excellent oral and written competencies, interpersonal skills and a willingness to work in interdisciplinary teams. The post-holder should also have considerable knowledge and practice experience of working in nursing. You should have a good first degree in a related subject with relevant experience of supporting students in work-based learning. You must be a qualified and registered nurse on the NMC register. For more information please see: https://manmetjobs.mmu.ac.uk/jobs/vacancy/work-based-learning-tutor-nursing-2986-manchester-birley-campus/2997/description/ or contact Deborah O'Connor, Faculty Lead for Work-based Learning and Employability, email@example.com
Qualified Pharmacist required for teaching pharmacology, therapeutics and drug calculations on the Independent/Supplementary Prescribing Short Course (NMP) at the University of Lincoln The University of Lincoln is looking to recruit a qualified pharmacist with current GPhC registration, who is enthusiastic about teaching qualified nurses, midwives and eligible Allied Health Professionals the underpinning theory and skills associated with safe, effective and appropriate prescribing practice. The suitable candidate will have excellent communication skills and work well as part of a team, taking a lead role in developing and providing pharmacology and therapeutics teaching for our educational prescribing programmes. There will be a particular focus on providing a blended learning approach in which students, as adult and independent learners, are directed to on-line educational resources and interactive platforms, enabling them to work remotely, but with the appropriate academic support. The post requires involvement on all aspects of teaching and learning including developing examination papers for review by the External Examiner, marking and moderation in line with best practice principles and the University of Lincoln regulations. The role includes working collaboratively with the academic teaching team and the administrative team to ensure effective and smooth running of the modules comprising the prescribing programmes and the associated administration. The successful applicant will provide teaching to groups of qualified, inter-professional learners throughout the 6-8 months’ duration of their prescribing programme, preparing them to meet the requirements of this challenging Programme/Short Course, which is approved by the NMC, and awaiting HCPC accreditation. As our prescribing courses are provided at both level 6 and level 7, the role requires flexibility and a responsive, adaptive approach due to the diversity of academic attainment and the range of previous clinical experience within each cohort. The role advertised would be that of Associate Lecturer, with flexible hours and days of work. For more information about this opportunity please contact Programme Lead, Dianne Ramm.
Senior Lecturer in Midwifery (Education and Research) (Lead Midwife for Education)(0.6 FTE pro rata))
Keele University is renowned for its exciting approach to higher education, innovative research, beautiful campus, strong community spirit and excellent student experience. With a turnover in excess of £170 million, over 10,000 students and a total staff of approximately 2000, the University provides high quality teaching across a wide range of academic and vocational subjects and promotes world-class research. Further information can be found at http://www.keele.ac.uk This is an exciting opportunity to join our Academic team who are highly dedicated and committed to delivering cutting edge professional education in partnership with students and our clinical colleagues. The team has a range of skills and knowledge in research, education and clinical specialities and this post provides excellent opportunities for collaboration and inter-professional learning and working. The School is proactive and responsive working collaboratively with stakeholders building upon its existing excellent pre-registration undergraduate, post registration undergraduate and post graduate programmes. We are seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer in Midwifery (Education and Research) who will contribute to the Midwifery programmes and, where appropriate, other programmes within the School portfolio. You will act as Lead Midwife for Education as outlined by the NMC for the School. You will have a strong academic background and proven leadership qualities. You should hold current registration with the NMC as a midwife and at a minimum will possess a master’s degree in a health-related subject and ideally have a PhD or Professional Doctorate or be working towards this. In addition, you will also have experience of supporting and teaching pre and post registration nursing students in a higher education and/or practice setting. You will be keen to develop your research across the school and have a dissemination record of your projects. The University is committed to operating flexible working practices wherever possible. Keele University values equality and diversity across our workforce and to ensuring our staff community is reflective of the diversity of our student population. In support of these commitments the University welcomes applications from individuals of Black, Asian and ethnic minority backgrounds for all roles. For full post details please visit: www.keele.ac.uk/vacancies
The School of Health Care Practice is looking to offer a range of opportunities for hourly paid lecturers to contribute to the teaching on its undergraduate Midwifery degree courses, at the University’s campuses. In particular we are seeking staff who can contribute to our 3yr undergraduate and 21 month 2nd registration midwifery courses. You will be working with the midwifery teaching team and will be expected to contribute to enhancing the student experience. Although we will consider other specialities, we are particularly looking for individuals with experience in teaching midwifery, including aspects of anatomy and physiology, all aspects of intrapartum and postpartum care and professional aspects of being a midwife. Work will include lectures, seminars, workshops, tutorials and assessment marking. All hourly paid lecturers undergo an induction process to introduce you to the University of Bedfordshire. Potential hourly paid lecturers will be interviewed and successful applicants provided with a teaching timetable or contacted when relevant opportunities arise. Locations: Luton and/or Aylesbury. To apply: Please email your CV with a short supporting statement indicating your areas of specialism by midnight on 4th October to firstname.lastname@example.org. Preliminary inquiries please contact: Barbara.email@example.com Please quote reference number: BEDS1702 and job title in correspondence. Due to the Home Office and UK Visas & Immigration requirements on immigration and Right to Work in the UK, the University of Bedfordshire can only accept job applications from Non EEA applicants who hold a current Tier 1 or Tier 2 (in country) visa and their status allows them to work and reside in the UK with no restrictions. The University is committed to equality of opportunity and values the diversity of all its workforce and student population.
The Faculty of Health and Social Sciences is one of the largest faculties within the University offering a full range of undergraduate, postgraduate and vocationally orientated professional programmes for home and overseas students. Courses within the School of Healthcare Practice are concerned both with pre- professional registration and post qualifying education. We offer pre-professional courses in Nursing, Midwifery, Operating Department Practice and Paramedic Sciences. We also provide courses for already qualified healthcare practitioners plus courses in public health, medical education, dental education and healthcare simulation. The successful post-holder will take responsibility for teaching to the undergraduate three-year degree course, second registration midwifery and masters courses. They will work collaboratively with local practice partners who support students with practice learning, including apprenticeships. The role involves working with colleagues across the University to deliver exciting and innovative courses within a friendly and supportive environment. The University actively encourages the development of its staff through postgraduate and doctoral studies. All staff are required to be research active and support is provided by the Institute of Health Research. Location: Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire Campuses Closing date: 8 October 2020. Interviews will be held on 23 October 2020. Please quote reference number and job title in correspondence. Due to the Home Office and UK Visas & Immigration requirements on immigration and Right to Work in the UK, the University of Bedfordshire can only accept job applications from Non EEA applicants who hold a current Tier 1 or Tier 2 (in country) visa and their status allows them to work and reside in the UK with no restrictions. Please note CVs will only be accepted in addition to a fully completed application form. All applications must be received by midnight on the closing date. Applications will not be accepted after this deadline. For any post specific information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Grade: UH7/UH8 Depending on Experience School of Health and Social Work Main purpose of the job To undertake planning, teaching, assessment and evaluation of programmes of study at undergraduate and postgraduate level for Specialist Community Public Health Nursing and other appropriate Primary Care / Public Health programmes as required. Main duties and responsibilities At Lecturer level: • Contribute to the selection, teaching, assessing and support of students on programmes of study related to Specialist Community Public Health Nursing, and other areas of Primary Care and/or Public Health relevant to professional background and experience. • Undertake the role of Personal Tutor and Research Supervisor for Projects, as appropriate. • Undertake the role of Academic Assessor to students on the SCPHN programme, liaising closely with designated Practice Assessors and Supervisors. • Engage in scholarly and research activity for personal and professional development. • Promote and maintain equal opportunities and outcomes. • Participate in other academic activities within the School and University as negotiated with the Dean of School / Head of Department. In addition, at Senior Lecturer level: • Lead, teach and develop the curriculum within designated modules, including short courses where relevant. • Perform administrative and quality assurance duties associated with the management of the programme/modules. • Contribute to Programme Development teams, Examination Boards and Monitoring and Review Panels as appropriate. • Represent public health/primary care and Specialist Community Public Health Nursing locally and nationally, contributing as appropriate to departmental activities and national networks. HSK/Nursing, Health and Wellbeing/Primary Care Aug 2020 Supervision received The Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing reports to the Head of Department, Nursing, Health and Wellbeing but is expected to operate with a substantial degree of autonomy in carrying out the above responsibilities and duties. Informal Contact Details: Denise Knight, Professional Lead, Primary Care/Non-medical Prescribing, on 07908 512407 or email@example.com or Theresa Titchener, SCPHN Programme Lead, on 01707 285929 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Role Forward-looking and innovative, join our dynamic School of Nursing and contribute to the development of the nursing and healthcare workforce. In this role you will strive to enhance the reputation of our School of Nursing in the area of non-medical prescribing and autonomous practice. Articulate and well respected, you will teach on nursing programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, taking the lead on modules where appropriate. You will have the ability to inspire our students and will have a keen interest in developing post-qualifying education. Alongside being involved in the pastoral care of students, you will be encouraged and supported to further your interests in scholarship or professional practice. The Person You will be a well-qualified nurse lecturer or practice educator. Alternatively, you may be an experienced nurse practitioner keen to pursue a career in higher education. You will have a high level of clinical competence and credibility and will hold the V300 qualification with current prescribing practice. You’ll have experience of managing care autonomously and will have a background in either general practice, acute care or community practice. Whatever your background, you’ll have NMC registration and a Master’s degree in the field of nursing/healthcare (or be working towards this). A teaching qualification is desirable but not essential as the Faculty supports new staff members to gain an appropriate teaching qualification. The Faculty A unique partnership between Kingston University and St George’s University of London, the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education is a leading provider of education in its field. Our reputation for innovation in teaching, research excellence and graduate prospects attracts students with potential and ambition onto our nursing, midwifery, social work, paramedic science, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, radiography and education courses. For further information and to arrange an informal visit please contact, please contact Carmel Blackie, Associate Professor at C.Blackie@sgul.kingston.ac.uk Kingston University is committed to equality and we value the diversity of our staff and students.
The Department of Nursing at Manchester Met is recruiting a Senior Lecturer in Mental health, on a full time basis. You will be required to work across our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes to contribute to the Department achievement of its KPIs and the University strategic plan. As one of the largest providers of nursing and allied health professionals in the region, we offer a diverse range of award-winning and innovative degree courses. Our work is professionally recognised, accredited and respected. We are proud of our diverse and inclusive learning environment that encourages discussion, debate, shared learning and interdisciplinary co-operation. Our innovative, vibrant programmes reflect our research activity, which enriches and informs the student experience. The Department of Nursing offer a range of education programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. These include programmes leading to registration with the Nursing Midwifery Council (NMC) in adult nursing and mental health nursing, and a suite of postgraduate/post-registration programmes in nursing and health related disciplines. Our research and knowledge exchange activities focus on healthcare practice, education and policy and underpins our departmental core values of evidence based practice. We are looking for someone with current registration on the NMC Nurses part of the register sub part 1 as a mental health nurse, experience in the community or acute setting, and an in-depth understanding of recent developments in mental health nursing. You will have a good first degree and ideally a higher degree or equivalent qualifications. For more information please see: https://manmetjobs.mmu.ac.uk/jobs/vacancy/senior-lecturer-mental-health-nursing-2971-manchester-birley-campus/2982/description/ or contact Dr Eula Miller, Deputy Head of Department email@example.com
The Role This is an excellent opportunity for a forward-looking and innovative person to join our dynamic School of Nursing and to contribute to the development of the nursing and healthcare workforce. In this role you will strive to enhance the reputation of our School of Nursing in the area of adult nursing care. Articulate and well respected, you will teach on nursing programs at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, taking the lead on modules where appropriate. You will have the ability to inspire our students and will have a keen interest in developing pre-registration and post-qualifying education. Alongside being involved in the pastoral care of students, you will be encouraged and supported to further your interests in scholarship or professional practice. The Person You will be a well-qualified nurse lecturer, practice educator or experienced nurse keen to pursue a career in higher education. You will have a high level of clinical competence and credibility. You will have a background in either general practice, acute care or community practice. Whatever your background, you will have NMC registration and a Master’s degree in the field of nursing/healthcare (or be working towards this). A teaching qualification is desirable but not essential as the Faculty supports new staff members to gain an appropriate teaching qualification. The Faculty A unique partnership between Kingston University and St George’s University of London, the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education is a leading provider of education in its field. Our reputation for innovation in teaching, research excellence and graduate prospects attracts students with potential and ambition onto our nursing, midwifery, social work, paramedic science, physiotherapy, radiography and education courses. For further information and to arrange an informal visit please contact, please contact Carmel Blackie, Associate Professor at C.Blackie@sgul.kingston.ac.uk or 07853 169 474. Kingston University is committed to equality and we value the diversity of our staff and students.