Based in the Department of Nursing, the successful candidate will teach infection prevention and control to nurses and other health care professions within a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and make a substantive contribution to the teaching of adult nursing within the College, as well as a contribution to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and supervision across the College. In addition to sharing organisational and academic administrative responsibilities, the appointee will also be expected to work closely with clinical colleagues in Local Health Boards to support students during clinical learning experiences.
It is anticipated that the successful candidate will help to strengthen the links between and promote good practice in teaching and aim to develop innovations in teaching methods to engage and inspire students.
Applicants must possess an honours degree and hold current registration as a practising nurse with the NMC. Experience of teaching students (in an education and/or practice environment) is essential, as is excellent knowledge and experience and a clear understanding of issues relating to adult nursing and infection prevention and control. Possession of a Master’s degree and a relevant teaching qualification is desirable.
The successful candidate will be given support to further their academic professional development.
The successful candidate will be required to focus on Teaching, Scholarship and Student support.
The Teaching and Academic Management career pathway
This post requires a contribution to teaching and graduate supervision in nursing (adult), both at undergraduate and postgraduate level (when applicable), but also across the College where required, in addition to sharing organisational and academic administrative responsibilities.
The successful candidate will be required to contribute to an area of management in the College outside of their own area of work.