We are looking to appoint Lecturers/Senior Lecturers in Nursing with mental health or adult backgrounds in nursing. Ideally mental health candidates will have experience in Children & Adolescent Mental Health Services. The successful candidates will possess a background in nursing practice and education and if applying for the role as Senior Lecturer, will additionally offer expertise in research and scholarship.
Your role will be to contribute to the development and delivery of supported open learning curriculum assets with your research (existing or developing) needing to inform your writing and practice as a teacher and help maintain the leading-edge reputation of teaching and research in the School of Health, Wellbeing and Social Care (HWSC). You should ideally have knowledge of technology-enhanced learning. If appointed at Senior Lecturer grade you will be expected to take on additional academic leadership roles.
You will work individually and as part of a team and will contribute by:
- developing learning materials, including the updating, writing and redrafting of materials, critical reading, editing associated material, and the production of audio-visual and online resources;
- playing a full part in the presentation and maintenance of existing courses, including writing assignments, monitoring tutors and participating in assessment and cluster award boards;
- developing synergies between teaching and research by developing a personal research plan that aligns with one or more of the School’s research themes;
- promoting equal opportunities across all aspects of activities including teaching and research;
- undertaking any other duties as required by the Head of School or the Professional Lead of Nursing. This will include additional academic leadership roles if appointed at Senior Lecturer grade.