The School of Health and Society is actively recruiting a Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing to help shape its future direction. You will develop and deliver high quality teaching across a range of modules/programmes and support students in clinical areas. You will work with committed academics who have and continue to work collaboratively with people whose mental and physical health has required the thoughtful, skilled care of another.
The School of Health and Society at the University of Salford is one of the most innovative and respected schools in the UK, and we want you to join our team and make a difference to the work we do. With over 400 staff and 7000 students studying at all levels from foundation degree to PhD we are close community focused on making a real difference to the lives of those who need health or social care. We have recently been at the forefront of the North West response to COVID-19 providing training and resources and our students have been working in front line social work, allied health care and nursing.
This is a fantastic opportunity for candidates with experience in teaching, practice development and/or research in Mental Health Nursing. We are passionate academics who take a values-based approach to education and a relational approach to working together and in supporting our students.
If you are committed to such an approach and have a passion for supporting learning and development click apply now to submit your application. Please note, this role closes at 23:59 on 21 June 2020.
Interviews will take place on the 3rd July 2020. For further information please contact Shelly Allen Head of Mental Health Nursing at S.L.Allen@salford.ac.uk. Team twitter @UoS_MHNurs.
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