Associate Professor or Reader in Advanced Nursing Practice

Opening Date:
1 Nov 2017
Closing Date:
23 Nov 2017
Salary Range:

City, University of London is a global university committed to academic excellence with a focus on business and the professions and an enviable central London location.

City attracts around 19,500 students (35% postgraduate), is top in London for student satisfaction (Complete University Guide), well above the sector average for graduate employability in most subjects and eleventh in the UK for starting salaries. City joined the University of London in 2016.

In the last REF, City doubled the proportion of its total academic staff producing world-leading or internationally excellent research.

Led by President, Professor Sir Paul Curran, City has made significant investments in its academic staff, its estate and its infrastructure and continues to work towards realising its vision of being a leading global university: it has recently agreed a new Vision & Strategy 2026.

The Division of Nursing is one of London’s long-established providers of health care education and delivers high quality undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.

This is an exciting opportunity for an outstanding academic to join an established team to develop and grow Advanced Nursing Practice. The successful candidate will be enthusiastic and inspiring and will lead non-medical prescribing across the Division of Nursing and represent City, University of London at national and international Advanced Nurse and Clinical Practitioner networks and events. The appointed academic will build on their existing research and education achievements and develop their reputation as a leader in Advanced Nursing Practice.

Applicants must be registered as a nurse and a non-medical prescriber with the Nursing Midwifery Council and have, or expect to develop, a record of world-leading or internationally excellent research.

City offers a sector-leading salary, pension scheme and benefits including a comprehensive package of staff training and development.