Associate Professor in Practice Learning

Opening Date:
17 Mar 2017
Closing Date:
17 Apr 2017
Salary Range:

The School of Health and Social Care at London South Bank University are recruiting an Associate Professor in Practice Learning. This is a high profile strategic role, which provides professional and academic leadership for practice learning at a time of significant changes to nurse education and service redesign.

The post holder will lead on the development of high quality practice education across the provision, providing continuous enhancement, monitoring and evaluation of practice learning that falls within this portfolio. You will provide leadership to our course leads ensuring that curricula reflects contemporary developments in policy and practice that meets professional body standards in practice education. You will identify and promote innovative and inclusive practice in teaching and learning in the practice learning environment, in conjunction with staff involved in practice education including our practice partners, mentors and practice educators. The School of Health and Social Care is a leading provider of health and social care education. Our reputation for innovation in teaching, research excellence and graduate prospects attracts students with potential and ambition.

To be successful, you’ll need a credible background in the nursing profession, a track record of advancing practice education through research-informed teaching, innovation and integrated academic practice. A registered nurse on the NMC register, you will have commenced a doctoral pathway and hold an NMC recordable teaching qualification such as a PGCHE or equivalent. These qualifications will be matched by considerable experience in practice education and some project management expertise. A respected professional and academic, you’ll work to further enhance our networks.

If you think this role sounds exciting and could be the next step in your professional career, please make any informal enquires to Sue Mullaney, Pro Dean, +44 207 815 6755.