The School of Health & Social Care is the largest academic unit within Teesside University with now over 12,000 students studying a comprehensive range of programmes from NVQs to Doctorate and PhDs. The School is renowned for its flexibility and responsiveness in meeting the education and training needs of employers in the public, independent and voluntary sectors. The quality of its provision has been deemed excellent through many academic reviews over a number of years by Professional / Statutory bodies, Department of Health and NHS Health Education North East (HENE). Student satisfaction remains consistently high across all programmes as confirmed by the independent National Student Survey on an annual basis.
You will utilise your skills and experience as a registered practitioner to contribute to the development and teaching of modules in nursing skills. You will also deliver advanced practice programmes, supervise and assess students in clinical practice, maintain your clinical expertise, develop working links with health care providers and pursue scholarly activities such as research.
You must be a practising Nurse registered on parts 1 or 12 of the NMC Professional Register with a good honours degree and physical assessments skills or an Advanced Physical Assessment Skills qualification. It is essential that you have experience of teaching and assessing student nurses, the ability to contribute to curriculum design and development plus good communication, presentation and IT skills.
The position we are filling is exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and a satisfactory DBS disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service is required as part of our clearance procedures.