Lecture in Adult Nursing (Teaching and Scholarship)

Opening Date:
12 May 2016
Closing Date:
12 Jun 2016
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Applications are invited from registered nurses, preferably with a higher degree and a teaching qualification, to join our highly motivated team in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences. You will contribute to the teaching of undergraduate nursing students, multi-disciplinary postgraduate students and to our scholarly activity.

You will be an experienced adult nurse, preferably with NMC registration preferably on the adult part of the register, and broad clinical experience in adult nursing. You will hold a postgraduate qualification, ideally a master’s degree, and preferably an NMC registered teaching qualification. You will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the issues facing nursing education today. This position is based on the City Campus, but you will be expected to participate in the delivery of all aspects of the undergraduate curriculum on both the Fife and City campuses, and to our postgraduate curricula within your area of expertise. We are interested in applications from individuals from a wide range of clinical backgrounds in adult nursing, especially in inpatient/secondary care areas, with the ability to apply this across the programmes. We are also keen to employ individuals who are interested in teaching international students.

Interviews to take place on 24 June 2016.
Apply at www.jobs.ac.uk

Informal enquiries are also welcome:

Dr Jo Corlett Associate Dean Learning & Teaching, j.f.corlett@dundee.ac.uk, 01382 388562 or

Mr John Lee, Head of Undergraduate Studies,mailto:j.lee@dundee.ac.uk, 01382 388569

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