Open Ended 35 hours per week (1.0FTE) and Open Ended 17.5 hours per week (0.5FTE)
Applications are invited for the post of Lecturer in Nursing Studies, School of Health in Social Science. The School is recruiting to two Lecturer in Nursing Studies posts: a 1.0FTE and a 0.5FTE.
This is a unique opportunity for high calibre, self-motivated, dynamic and enthusiastic registered adult nurses to contribute to the future direction of Nursing Studies’ local and global profile. Innovation and creativity are encouraged along with the ability to be a team player who can develop strong external networks.
The successful applicant will provide teaching, research supervision and student support across our undergraduate, masters and PhD programmes. This will include clinical skills teaching and clinical placement supervision. They will contribute to subject area and school level committees, structures and systems. Other teaching and administrative tasks may be agreed with the Head of Subject.
The post holder will be expected to make a contribution to the strategic development of scholarship, research, knowledge exchange and impact within Nursing Studies, the wider School and the University. Support in the form of appropriate mentoring will be provided and where relevant the opportunity to undertake the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice.
The post holder will be part of a clinical academic community with access to a varied programme of research across Nursing Studies, associated subject areas and Research Centres. There will be opportunities for personal and professional development alongside support of your active involvement in developing and sustaining independent research contributing to the REF.
Candidates need to show recent success in peer reviewed publications, and evidence of a strong potential to become an independent researcher. They will also need to show evidence of teaching development, delivery and organisation, experience of online teaching will be particularly useful. Experience of doctoral supervision is desirable. Experience of leadership and citizenship in terms of committee work would also be desirable.
Your skills and attributes for success:
- Registered Nurse (current recordable qualification with NMC)
- PhD in Nursing or within 4 months of completing in a relevant field with an in-depth knowledge of and active research agenda in biological and/or social science that apply to nursing and an emerging international research profile.
- Teaching and course organisation skills and experience of developing and contributing to online learning
- Experience in bidding for and securing external funding and research grants and of project management and organisational skills
- Leadership and effective team working both in teaching and research
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