Are you a Senior Lecturer with experience of leading on Non Medical Prescribing programmes? The successful applicant will have 5 years experience working in a University, hold a relevant degree, preferably a doctoral qualification, a post graduate teaching qualification and be able to evidence personal/professional development. Permanent post - 37 hours per week. When you work in Jersey you will experience a different way of life. Against the backdrop of our beautiful island setting, our communities face a variety of health and wellbeing challenges. We are committed to facing these challenges head-on, intertwining the skills of our talented multidisciplinary staff with a healthcare system that encourages linked-up services and collaborative team-work. Away from the jurisdiction of the NHS, we adapt to the needs of islanders and seek to give them the best quality of life. Joining our Higher Education department, you will be part of a team developing the skills and knowledge of our enthusiastic healthcare practitioners. Working across both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, you will encourage a supportive learning environment in which our staff can attain a variety of qualifications such as Bachelor of Nursing, MSc Nursing, MSc Professional Studies, MSc Advanced Practice and BSc Professional Practice and maintain cutting-edge knowledge. This position is a unique opportunity to make a significant difference to the lives of others. Our commitment to ‘care rediscovered’ starts at home and in furthering the skills of our enthusiastic staff – thereby helping them rediscover their passion for care – you will secure the future wellbeing of Jersey’s residents. Join us today, and support us as we put this important ethos into practice
Jobs: Channel Islands
The States of Guernsey are seeking to appoint a Band 7 Lecturer with an adult nursing background. The post holder will lead on the module relevant to subject speciality and they will be responsible for a specific aspect of academic activity on a rotational basis. They will also teach on degree programmes and other courses related to subject speciality, maintain links with practice and contribute to practice development. Preference will be given to candidates who hold a non-medical prescribing qualification. Please email Tracey.McClean@gov.gg for further details on how to apply.