Hourly paid lecturer – Child Health Nursing

Opening Date:
7 Aug 2020
Closing Date:
28 Aug 2020
Salary Range:

The College of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare (CNMH) delivers the BNursing (Hons) Children’s and the MSci Dual Registration Nursing (Children’s and Adult) courses across Berkshire and London. We partner with a large number of health organisations:

  • NHS Trusts in both London (LNWH NHS Trust, Ashford and St Peters, GOSH) and Berkshire (Royal Berkshire Foundation Trust and Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
  • Private, voluntary and independent sector organisations.

Find out more about our work https://www.uwl.ac.uk/academic-schools/nursing-midwifery

We are looking for candidates who would be interested in teaching our students on a part time basis, as an hourly paid lecturer. There are opportunities to deliver sessional sessions or to deliver an entire module for us. If you have an interest in sciences, simulation or community health, we would be particularly interested.

Teaching takes place across our campuses in London and Reading:

Candidates must have a first degree and ideally a higher degree/PhD in a relevant subject area. They will be registered with the NMC as a Child Health nurse or be a dual qualified nurse i.e. Child Health and Adult. Previous experience of teaching in a higher education environment would be an advantage, together with experience of using engaging approaches to support teaching, learning and assessment. Having a PGCE would be desirable.

To apply for this role please forward your CV to either Debby Price, Deputy Dean Berkshire: debby.price@uwl.ac.uk.; or Laila Paulsen (contact details are listed blow). Please outline which campus you would be able to work from and which of the above areas you feel confident teaching. We aim to contact applicants within two weeks of the closing date.

Teaching for the new academic year (2020/2021) will commence in early September. Successful candidates will initially be placed on our register and will be contacted should suitable hours become available. Please note, the number of hours taught varies considerably and will depend upon the needs of the subject team and your availability.

For informal discussions, please email Laila Paulsen, Professional Lead Child Health Nursing, Laila.paulsen@uwl.ac.uk