Joining the Community Health Academic Programme in the School of Health Sciences you will have up to date knowledge of the contemporary community health and Long Term Conditions agenda. You will contribute to the teaching in our BSc (Hons)/MSc Community Specialist Practice/Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (SCPHN) and other undergraduate/postgraduate courses and take an active role in supporting students in both theory and practice.
You will have current professional registration, with the NMC as a nurse or midwife and /or as a specialist community public health nurse, or the HCPC in a profession allied to health, and a teaching qualification of Lecturer/Practice Educator (recordable with NMC if appropriate) or committed to obtaining a professional education qualification.
A fundamental part of the role is collaborating with staff in the School with interests in community health to develop research opportunities. We have a philosophy of engaging in partnership work and are committed to policy developments which you will be expected to engage with. You will have a BSc in a relevant subject or be committed to studying at a higher level. If you have a PhD or Doctorate and can supervise at this level, you will have opportunities to develop as the university has an active programme for supporting early career researchers. Travel to other university sites will also be required. Job sharers welcome.
For informal enquiries please contact Academic Lead Community Health Marian Willmer on (01273) 644086.
Interviews will take place on 14 June 2017.