Salary Range: £39,159 – £55,758 per annum
Mode: Full Time, Permanent
Ref No: REQ007371
Coventry University has seen huge global successes in recent years and provides high quality education to our students. The University is placed 15th in the UK University league tables (Guardian 2018), we were awarded Gold rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework (2017) and have been named as University of the Year for Student Experience (The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019). As part of our goal to become one of the UK’s leading universities we are therefore investing in people to drive our excellence in teaching and learning and looking for talented individuals who share our passion for teaching and supporting learning.
As the largest School in the University we have a broad provision of health professions related courses across Dietetics, Nursing (all four fields), Nursing Associates, Midwifery, Occupational Therapy, Operating Department Practice, Paramedic and Physiotherapy all leading to professional registration. We also have a large portfolio of CPD courses at UG and PG levels. Due to our continued success and growth the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health is looking to appoint a registered nurse who will be able to take up the role of Course Director for the Nursing Associates Foundation Degree.
The individual will work within an established team of academics and need to have a good understanding of the Nursing and Midwifery Councils new standards of practice and quality previous experience of teaching HEI based educational programmes would be highly desirable. The post is at the level of assistant professor (senior lecturer) and is a permanent full time position. Applicants will need to hold current NMC registration. The salary is dependent upon the skills and qualifications of the individual.
Closing date: 10th November 2019
Interviews: 19th November 2019
Informal enquiries should be addressed to Anne McCarthy (Associate Professor for Nursing Associates) email@example.com
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