Lecturer in Children’s Nursing

Opening Date:
3 Jun 2016
Closing Date:
26 Jun 2016
Salary Range:

Staffordshire University is investing £5 million at our Stafford and Shrewsbury sites, creating Centres of Excellence for Health Care Education. At this exciting time an opportunity has arisen for a Children’s Nurse to join our team as a permanent part-time Lecturer. You will join a team that embraces innovation and aspires to be forward thinking in our approach to the education of future health care professionals.
The main focus of this job will be supporting the development, delivery and evaluation of our pre-registration children’s nursing and associated post-registration awards. You will also have an opportunity to teach across a range of modules and contribute to our research agenda. We are committed to supporting research active staff. So if you are an established researcher, or, if you are an early career researcher, and this is your first academic post, we will support you to continue to grow your research portfolio through our Faculty of Health Sciences REF2020 Scheme.
As an essential criterion for the post, you must have post-registration experience as a Registered Children’s Nurse and active registration with the NMC. You should possess a degree in Children’s Nursing or a closely related subject and have experience of relevant teaching, ideally within further or higher education. An NMC teaching qualification or Master’s degree is desirable.
You will of course be an enthusiastic, innovative and flexible individual with a commitment to ensuring an excellent and supportive student learning experience.

This is a permanent part time post, working 0.6fte.

An Enhanced DBS check (formerly CRB) will be required.
To find out more and to apply please visit our website: http://jobs.staffs.ac.uk

For information, interviews will be held on 15 and 18 July 2016
We value diversity and are committed to equality of opportunity for all.

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