Lecturer in Bioloical Sciences (Nursing and Midwifery)

Opening Date:
17 Jan 2017
Closing Date:
5 Feb 2017
Salary Range:

We are making a significant new investment in academic roles for our nursing, midwifery and professional programmes. We are looking for an experienced and dynamic Lecturer in Biological Sciences (Nursing and Midwifery) to join our team. The main focus of this role will be contributing to our suite of programmes leading to registration as a nurse or midwife and the Foundation Degree. In addition we aspire to provide an MSc in Advanced Practice from September 2017. Successful applicants will also have the opportunity to support and contribute to our continuing professional development provision at undergraduate and/or post-graduate levels.

We are particularly interested in hearing from applicants with extensive experience of teaching biological sciences underpinning health and disease, and in their application to nursing, midwifery and health-related professional practice at all academic levels. Consideration will be given to applicants with NMC Registration as a Nurse or Midwife and a background in biological sciences, as well as to candidates with a background in biological sciences not registered with the NMC who can demonstrate extensive teaching and application of biological sciences to nursing and/or midwifery, and healthcare programmes.

You will be dedicated to delivering an excellent student experience, and will have a doctorate and some teaching experience in higher education or a relevant setting. We are also looking for a team player who is committed to establishing good working relationships.

Informal enquiries should be made to Angela Simpson, angela.simpson@york.ac.uk

The salary is in the range £38,183 – £46,924 per annum within Grade 7 of the University’s pay grading. The post is full time and the hours of work are 37 per week.

For more details about the Department of Health Sciences and our teaching and research activities please visit our website http://www.york.ac.uk/healthsciences/