Lecturer in Child Nursing

Opening Date:
29 Jan 2014
Closing Date:
26 Feb 2014
Salary Range:

Faculty of Medicine and Health
School of Healthcare
Full-time
This post is available immediately for a fixed term of 3 years

The School of Healthcare invites applications for an opportunity for a Lecturer in Nursing (Child) for a three year fixed term contract. The post will primarily focus on delivering education for pre registration BSc (Hons) nursing students, and post registration and postgraduate programmes within the School of Healthcare. The post will focus on theory and practice modules related to children’s nursing.
You will contribute to research themes linked to long term conditions (wound care, pain management) and decision making. You will be expected to liaise with clinical practitioners within the local NHS as well as staff within the School of Healthcare and the wider University.
You will have a PhD in a related discipline (or be nearing completion of a postgraduate degree through research at a comparable level.) You will also have current registration on the Child part of the NMC Professional Register with some post qualifying clinical experience.
The post will be based in the School of Healthcare (Baines Wing).

To apply and for further information, please visit http://jobs.leeds.ac.uk and search for MHHEA0082

The University of Leeds is committed to providing equal opportunities for all. The university is a charter member of Athena SWAN and holds the Bronze award. We will be happy to consider job share applications and are committed to flexible working for all our employees.

University Grade 7 (£30,728 – £36,661 p.a.) or Grade 8 (£37,756 – £45,053 p.a.) depending on qualifications and experience

Informal enquiries regarding the post should be directed to Dr Margaret Lascelles, tel: +44 (0) 113 343 1177 or email: m.a.lascelles@leeds.ac.uk
If you have any specific enquiries about your online application please contact Sharon Lalley, tel: +44 (0) 113 343 1434 or email: s.l.lalley@leeds.ac.uk
Job Ref: MHHEA0082