Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, Adult Nursing

Opening Date:
8 May 2017
Closing Date:
30 May 2017
Salary Range:
Region:

School of Health and Social Work, College Lane Campus, Hatfield
Lecturer UH7 £32,004 – £38,183 pa; UH8 Senior Lecturer £38,183 – £48,327 pa
FTE: Four full time positions available each working 37 hours per week (1.0 FTE).

Four permanent full time posts have arisen for enthusiastic adult nurses to join the Adult Nursing teaching team in the School of Health and Social Work at the University of Hertfordshire.

The pre-registration Adult Nursing pathway is offered at both BSc and MSc levels. We also have a comprehensive portfolio of CPD programmes, modules and short courses, as well as opportunities for international teaching, research, coaching, and consultancy.

The CPD Contemporary Nursing programme has recently undergone periodic review and validation of an Advanced Nurse Practitioner pathway. Successful applicants will work across a range of programmes and support students and mentors in practice.

Applications are sought particularly from those with experience and qualifications in intensive care, emergency nursing (ideally qualified at ANP level); tissue viability, simulation for clinical skills, patient assessment and prescribing skills.

You will hold at least a good first degree in a relevant subject, current registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, and ideally a teaching qualification, or be willing to work towards one. You will have previous experience of teaching students and possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

The University of Hertfordshire offers excellent opportunities for staff development, and well established welfare, sporting and recreational facilities for both staff and students. As a School, we enjoy very close partnership arrangements with our local health organisations, and our students are highly sought after by employers.

Informal visits welcome. Please contact Irene Anderson, Professional Lead, Adult Nursing i.1.anderson@herts.ac.uk

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