The Faculty of Health and Social Care has a track record in research that informs healthcare practice. The School of Nursing and Midwifery research is focussed around three core research themes; 1. Long term conditions; palliative care and bereavement research; 2. Maternal and family health and wellbeing research and 3. Mental and environmental health research
You will conduct individual and collaborative research projects including supervision of such projects, generate grant income and contribute to the research profile leading to the production of research outcomes; contributing to the University’s objective of growing our healthcare academic reputation for research-informed student teaching and learning, innovation and integrated academic practice.
Educated to doctoral level in a relevant area, you’ll have a track record of research in mental health or psychological well-being, external grant income and a track record of high impact publications, experience of doctoral supervision to completion and excellent writing and interpersonal skills. This is an opportunity for a self-motivated individual to work with established researchers in a School which is aiming to enhance its national and international reputation.
The salary advertised assumes that an appointment will be made in Zone 1 or 2 of our Professor salary scales, although applications will be considered on their merit and could be made out with these zones.
Applications will also be considered at Reader level , in which case a Grade 9 salary would apply.
For further information on Salary Scales, visit https://www.rgu.ac.uk/file/salary-scales-pdf-36kb
For a detailed brochure on the post, visit: https://issuu.com/therobertgordonuniversity/docs/rgu_professor_in_mental_health_appo
Closing Date: 30th September 2016