Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Children’s Nursing

Opening Date:
17 Jan 2014
Closing Date:
9 Feb 2014
Salary Range:

School:
School of Health and Social Work

Department:
Department of Nursing (Children’s, Learning Disability, Mental Health) and Social Work

Lecturer: UH 7 £30,728 – £36,661 pa
Senior Lecturer: UH 8 £36,661 – £46,400 pa

This is a 0.6 wte post, 22.2 hours per week (job share considered).

We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, who is passionate about Children’s Nursing, to join the Department of Nursing (Children’s, Learning Disability, Mental Health) and Social Work that forms part of the School of Health and Social Work. We have a reputation for providing a high standard of education and research; we offer a variety of very successful undergraduate and postgraduate degree schemes that are taught both on campus and online.

You will be self-motivated, innovative and able to work to deadlines. As the University works with a number of service providers across North London, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and the South of England, the ability to travel unhindered between sites is essential. You must hold a current children’s nursing registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, possess a Masters degree in a related subject (or be willing to undertake Masters studies) and have some experience of teaching. At Lecturer level, if an NMC recordable teaching qualification is not held, you must be also willing to undertake an appropriate programme of study. For appointment at Senior Lecturer level, doctoral studies or possession of a doctorate is an advantage, together with an NMC recorded teaching qualification.

Under current UKBA regulations, the University is unlikely to be able to get a work permit in respect of this post. We can therefore only accept applications from people who will have the right to work in the UK for at least one year from the date of appointment.

Contact person :
Dr. Lisa Whiting
L.Whiting@herts.ac.uk; 01707 285291; 07960006592

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