You will maintain and enhance the reputation of our School of Nursing as you take this key role in our adult nursing section. It’s a chance to develop innovative teaching strategies to enhance students’ learning in the area of clinical leadership and management. Articulate and well respected, you will teach on programmes at both under and postgraduate levels, taking the lead on modules where appropriate. In particular, you will have the ability to inspire our postgraduate students and will have a keen interest in developing postgraduate education for qualified practitioners from a range of professional backgrounds. 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.
It’s likely that you have a proven track record of innovation in teaching backed up by a teaching qualification such as UKPSF2 or PGCHE. You may, however, be a highly qualified and credible advanced practitioner, keen to develop a career in higher education. You’ll have a minimum of a masters or equivalent in the field of adult nursing/ healthcare and evidence of having worked in a leadership/ management role. You’ll also have a high level of clinical competence and credibility in a relevant area of expertise; have excellent communication skills and the confidence to inspire a diverse range of students and staff to exceed all expectations. You will also have a keen interest in research and to work towards development of a national reputation in the field of leadership education.
The Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education brings together courses in education, health and social work. Our success is facilitated by a unique partnership between Kingston University and St George’s, University of London. Our reputation for innovation in teaching, research excellence and graduate prospects attracts students with potential and ambition onto our wide range of courses