Lecturer/Senior in Mental Health Nursing

Opening Date:
3 Jan 2014
Closing Date:
31 Jan 2014
Salary Range:

Lecturer starting salary from £31,644 – £36,661 per annum with further progression opportunities to £40,046

Senior Lecturer starting salary from £37,756 – £45,053 per annum with further progression opportunities to £49,216
At Bournemouth University our VISION is to CREATE a stimulating, challenging and rewarding University experience in a world class learning community, through sharing a unique fusion of education, research and professional practice and inspiring our students and staff TO ENRICH THE WORLD.
The School of Health and Social Care (HSC) is central to this vision. As a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing you will deliver high academic standards through a fusion of excellent education, informed by a credible research profile and significant levels of professional engagement. You must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council as a Mental Health Nurse and have a satisfactory enhanced CRB disclosure. You will have a NMC recordable teaching qualification, or good experience of teaching and a willingness to undertake a teaching qualification. You will be qualified to Doctorate level or, alternatively be able to demonstrate the ability to create and disseminate knowledge through evidence of the development of professional practice at a senior level and the capability to convert this knowledge into a doctorate.
You will help raise the national and international profile of HSC and our Nursing provision, contribute to the growth of the academic community and develop personal areas of scholarship and professional expertise. HSC works in close partnership with a number of local mental health providers, and you will be expected to contribute to practice development, promote positive mental health and work collaboratively with peer specialists, service users and carer organisations.
You will facilitate learning across the pre-registration nursing programme and in the Continuing Professional Development programmes at both undergraduate

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