Come and work in London’s newest university nursing team, teach some of the most diverse and dynamic nursing students and help shape our future East End nurses- Multiple posts available. Following the appointment of Vice-Chancellor & President, Professor Amanda Broderick, the University has committed to a mission to advance Industry 4.0 careers and lives, where we expand mental wealth, create careers, build business and connect communities in East London and beyond through our global gateway. A transformational strategic route-map was recently launched plotting our course to become the pioneering Careers-led University for a changing world, where the future of learning and work is advanced today and Potential is realised wherever and whenever it is found. The Nursing programmes at UEL have grown dynamically over the last 18 months both for Pre-registration Nursing, the new role of the Nursing Associate and the development of Apprenticeship pathways. This is a very exciting time to join an enthusiastic team of academics who are able to shape and influence the development of the growing UEL nursing provision. To support this excellent development in our local community, we are now seeking to recruit to multiple posts to enhance our current nursing education team. This is a really exciting time to join to be involved in the organisation, teaching delivery and leadership of new pre-registration nursing programmes at the University of East London. We work with a number of local leading trust partners who offer innovative placement experiences that span both physical and mental wealth. The nursing programmes at UEL thrive on the supportive partnership relationship with practice partners across the communities of East London and serves to support the health and social care needs of the local population. The first cohorts of our new BSc (Hons) in Adult Nursing started in January and September 2018 and have recently been joined by apprentice nursing associates. We invite enthusiastic candidates who are registered nurses and hold a relevant degree. Candidates without previous teaching experience but with sound clinical leadership experience may be considered at Lecturer level if the candidate is willing to work towards a postgraduate certificate in professional education (or equivalent). Candidates must have a passion for student focused teaching; excellent knowledge of the professional and academic requirements of higher education programmes.
The School of Health and Social Care, London South Bank University is seeking to appoint an external examiner for the MSc Leadership and Service Improvement in Health Care programme. This role will cover all years of the programme which encompasses; dissertations from leadership students, modules on change management, strategic leadership, quality improvement, patient and public engagement and coaching/mentoring for leadership, the cross school research module. All coursework is electronically submitted by students and is marked online via Moodle. External examiners will be required to use the online moderating process. The University appointments for external examiners commence in December and are normally for a period of 4 years. As an applicant you are required to have:
- Relevant academic expertise and a health care professional qualification.
- A Masters degree in a health or management related subject or related PhD
- Current employment within a UK university
- No formal links with London South Bank University in the last five years