Senior Lecturer (Adult Field of Practice)

Opening Date:
12 Aug 2016
Closing Date:
22 Aug 2016
Salary Range:

Applications are invited from Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) registered nurses for Adult nursing field of practice with a higher degree (normally a PhD or equivalent) who can enhance our team in the School of Nursing. The appointee will be expected to contribute to teaching and learning, administration and research/scholarly activities within the School. The successful applicant will also be expected to work closely with external partners to ensure high quality learning experiences for undergraduate and post graduate students and to develop relevant research endeavours.

Applicants should have a track record in programme and progression management of students, an understanding of NMC standards and innovative curriculum design at undergraduate or postgraduate level.

The post holder will contribute to a range of taught programmes at undergraduate and post graduate level, supervise post graduate research students and take responsibility as appropriate for the management, delivery and organisation of our educational, scholarly and research activities.

We welcome applications from candidates with broad knowledge and experience of nurse education, nursing research and scholarship. We would be particularly interested in hearing from candidates with previous experience in primary care and/or community nursing.

For candidates wishing to pursue a research focused appointment we require an individual with a significant research profile through original research work and a record of published outputs and impact.

If you are committed to student-centred education, have excellent interpersonal skills and a strong team-working ethic focussed on achievement of the School’s goals then we would like to hear from you. We can offer a supportive and stimulating environment in a research intensive university. You will have opportunities to be creative and innovative in a range of learning and teaching activities, including new programme development. You will also be able to access support and resources to develop your research and scholarly interests in education and nursing. Teaching Registration with the NMC and extensive teaching experience would be particularly welcomed.

Informal enquiries are welcome. Please contact Ronnie Meechan, r.meechan@bham.ac.uk, 0121 414 6745, or Prof Fiona Irvine, f.e.irvine@bham.ac.uk, 0121 415 8599.

Starting salary is normally in the range £47,801 to £55,389.

Further information can be obtained from www.hr.bham.ac.uk

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