Clinical Tutor in Adult Nursing (Lecturer grade)

Opening Date:
6 Feb 2020
Closing Date:
6 Mar 2020
Salary Range:

The School of Health and Social Care offers a range of undergraduate, post-graduate degrees and post qualifying and post registration stand-alone programmes that can contribute to professional Masters Degrees. In excess of 1200 students are currently registered on the School’s programmes. The School also includes the Community and Health Research Unit, renowned for its publicly engaged and transformational research in primary and preventative health and social care practice.
The School of Health and Social Care is forward thinking and ambitious with plans to further develop education for Healthcare and Social Care Professionals at pre and post-registration levels.

We are committed to inter-professional and collaborative working in teaching and research. The successful candidate will join an experienced team committed to enhancing the health and social well-being of people across Lincolnshire and further afield. The School works with providers across Lincolnshire and further afield with the aim of transforming services for the benefit of people accessing the service and their families.

The successful candidate will take the role of Clinical Tutor in Adult Nursing, with the primary purpose of teaching and supporting Nursing students in the Academic and Practice setting. You will take the lead on ensuring the NMC Standards for Student Supervision and Assessment are promoted, embedded and adhered to in line with the NMC approved University of Lincoln curriculum.

You will also provide first line support to any University of Lincoln healthcare student in your designated practice areas. You will also take on teaching of clinical skills in the simulated practice environment within the university setting.

We are looking for candidates who are dynamic, adaptable and innovative and who have excellent communication skills. They must have a ‘can do’ approach and be driven to achieve. They should demonstrate substantive evidence of meeting deadlines and should have attention to detail in all they do.