A progressive thinker, you will show key interests in contemporary issues within the mental health field and in mental health nursing. As part of a cohesive team, you will play a central role in delivery and development of learning and teaching activities across our curricula at pre-registration and post-qualifying levels, adding to our aim of producing graduates who learn to care with compassion, commitment and curiosity.
Specifically, it would be advantageous for applicants to be able to demonstrate knowledge, skills and experience in advanced communications, managing and evaluating psychopharmacological interventions and values-based contributions to mental health care, and to have been working at the level of an advanced nurse practitioner in mental health nursing.
We are seeking staff who will be able to teach across the broad range of areas identified in the proposed NMC education standards, for our programme commencing in 2019.
Experience in the delivery of complex mental health interventions in a variety of situations would be welcomed, as would skills which can be used to teach students to identify, support and manage the care needs of people with a range of mental, physical, cognitive, and behavioural health challenges across all care settings.
You will hold a postgraduate qualification, ideally a master’s degree, and have broad experience and knowledge within your field. Preference will be given to applicants with an NMC registered teaching qualification, and you will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the issues facing nursing and health care today.
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