Lecturer Senior Lecturer in Children’s Nursing

Opening Date:
22 Jul 2016
Closing Date:
14 Aug 2016
Salary Range:

Salary at grade 7 £34,918 – £41,030 inclusive of LW
Salary at grade 8 £42,158 – £49,676 inclusive of LW

The Department of Children’s Nursing (DCN) is led by Professor Alison Twycross. We currently support just under 1,000 students studying pre-registration children’s nursing programmes at degree and postgraduate levels, as well as a range of post-registration, CPD and postgraduate programmes. We currently run the only Masters in children’s advanced nursing practice course in the UK.

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced and enthusiastic children’s nurse to contribute to the provision of high quality learning, teaching and research within the Department of Children’s Nursing at London South Bank University and participate in the thriving portfolio of pre- and post- registration, undergraduate and postgraduate nursing education programmes We are a dynamic and proactive team and offer excellent opportunities for development and supportive networking within our partner NHS Trusts and higher education.

For this post we are interested in hearing from people who keen to develop their skills in teaching, learning and student support, with a view to a career in Higher Education.

Applicants for these posts must be a registered children’s nurse on the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) register, have experience of supporting, mentoring and assessing students, ideally educated to masters level with a mentorship qualification and willing to undertake a NMC recognised teaching qualification. (To be appointed as a senior lecturer you will need to have a masters degree and hold a teaching qualification that is recorded by the NMC.)

In return, we can offer you a dynamic and proactive team, excellent opportunities for development and supportive networking within the Trusts and the university.

Interview date: 1st September 2016

For an informal discussion please contact Dr Bertha Ochieng, chiengb@lsbu.ac.uk, 020 7815 8417