The University of Sunderland is committed to delivering high quality teaching and research which focuses on the development of its students, city and region. We are passionate in our ambition to enable people from diverse backgrounds to enter into education and provide them with skills which are not only personally transformative, but also help to shape the futures of their own communities and societies.
Our School of Nursing & Health Sciences is home to a vibrant team of academics who offer a range of programmes, where our Nursing provision encompasses Pre-registration Nursing (Adult, Mental Health and Learning Disabilities) programmes as well as a portfolio of Postgraduate CPD / CWD courses and Registered Nurse Degree Apprenticeships.
This role provides an exciting and supportive pathway for the successful applicant to transition from practice into building an academic career and supporting the Nursing profession of the future.
You will be a Registered Nurse with the Nursing & Midwifery Council and have proven experience of delivering teaching and assessment within a Higher Education environment within a developing capacity, or of delivering professional training and development in practice. You will therefore be an engaging educator, role model and bring your ‘can-do’ attitude to the role, alongside a passion for continually enhancing the student experience.