Senior Lecturer Adult Nursing

Opening Date:
19 Dec 2014
Closing Date:
11 Jan 2015
Salary Range:

Bucks New University is a leading provider of nurse education for the London region and is delighted to invite applicants for the following posts. There are a number of replacement and new posts following recent internal promotions and as a result of increased student numbers:

Senior Lecturer Pre-Qualifying Adult Nursing x 5 posts

£36,321 – £45,969 per annum

This is an exciting opportunity to inspire the next generation of nurses by joining the innovative Pre-Qualifying Nursing team based at our vibrant Uxbridge campus, with its state-of-the-art simulation and skills suites.

We encourage applications from highly motivated individuals who are looking to develop their career in healthcare education and scholarship.

Secondments will be considered.

Role responsibilities: Will involve facilitating learning in classrooms, including via web based media, and in clinical settings and the supervision of student projects. You may also be required to undertake module leadership/specific project leadership as appropriate.

Applicants: Registered with the NMC in Adult Nursing you will be a graduate and have recent experience of dealing with student nurses either in a Higher Education Institution or in clinical practice. You will have demonstrable ability to work within a team and have excellent communications skills.

A post-graduate qualification in a relevant area is desirable. A teaching qualification or willingness to undertake one will be essential.

Employment benefits include: Generous holiday entitlement and pension scheme, development and research support and training, assorted staff discounts including gym membership.

Please note that posts are subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check.

For further information: please contact Jane Bissoonauth, Head of Academic Department, Adult Nursing, on 01494 522141 ext 4429 or email Jane.Bissoonauth@bucks.ac.uk.

Interview Date: 20th January 2015

Committed to equality and diversity.

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