£33,518 to £38,833 per annum (pro rata if part time), together with USS pension benefits if required.
The normal expectation is that the successful applicant will be appointed to the minimum of the agreed scale with annual increments on 1 October each year (subject to completing six months service).
The College of Human and Health Sciences draws together the disciplines of health, nursing, midwifery, osteopathy, social care, social policy and psychology and is the largest provider of health care education in Wales, providing an exciting and dynamic environment in which to study and further an academic or professional career. With 20 professorial staff, the College’s mission is to conduct high quality international research that meets the needs of the people of south-west Wales and beyond.
The Department of Nursing is a progressive, dynamic and aspirational part of the College of Human and Health Sciences and Swansea University. Our goal is to provide the highest quality national and internationally recognised nursing education, research, and innovation.
The Department is dedicated to the delivery of outstanding, evidence based education for those starting on their nursing journey by undertaking a pre-registration nursing degree leading to registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, as well as qualified nurses wishing to undertake continuing professional development courses, master’s degrees and doctoral programmes. We have a national reputation for our expertise in developing advanced, specialist and clinical nurses.
For more information and to apply, please go to the Swansea University website