We are looking to expand the team of staff delivering on our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, who have the skills and experience to apply their clinical expertise to a wide range of students.
Applications are invited from NMC registered adult or mental health nurses to join our highly motivated team in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences. You will contribute to the teaching, assessment, support and curriculum development for pre-registration nursing students and multi-disciplinary postgraduate students, and to our scholarly activity.
At a postgraduate level, we are looking for staff with experience in one or more of the following: prevention and control of infection; advanced nurse practice; leadership; and quality improvement. At a pre-registration level we are seeking staff who will be able to teach across the areas identified in the proposed NMC education standards, for our programme commencing in 2019. Experience in primary care in its broad application, and in the delivery of complex care 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.
Informal enquiries are also welcome:
- Dr Jo Corlett, Associate Dean for Learning & Teaching, firstname.lastname@example.org , 01382 388562 or
- Mr John Lee, Head of Undergraduate (pre-registration) Studies, email@example.com, 01382 388569
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