A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join the Learning Disability Nursing Team within the Department of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of the West of England. This is an exciting time to actively contribute to new pathways developed for the present and “future nurse” education and beyond registration.
You will join a passionate and dedicated team, who are committed to enhancing the health and social wellbeing of people with a learning disability and their carers. The Learning Disability Nursing Team is part of the wider nursing family and aims to engage and transform the lives of whom we support.
We are seeking an enthusiastic, inspiring, adaptable and innovative individual to join our team permanently. The Department of Nursing and Midwifery, in partnership with practice partners across the South West region, makes a meaningful contribution to transforming healthcare practice and delivering the workforce of tomorrow.
The Learning Disability Nursing provision at UWE enjoys a positive partnership with many practice partners, which has been built over many years. Integral to the Learning Disability Nursing programme is co-production with people with a learning disability and their families in the development and delivery of the programme. As an active member of the Learning Disability Nursing Team, you will have the opportunity to develop and contribute to your own CPD portfolio and the wider aspiration of UWE.
The Department of Nursing and Midwifery success is built upon learning activities and opportunities that enhance the student experience and journey through innovative teaching, learning and assessment strategies. You will contribute to both pre and postgraduate learning disability nursing and those from other fields of nursing and allied professionals. This is an invigorating time at UWE.
It is anticipated you will be passionate, motivated and have a strong contemporary clinical practice background and experience in teaching and assessment in higher education or clinical practice. Knowledge of the contemporary theories and concepts that underpin Learning Disability Nursing practice as well as the wider nursing fields is essential. You must be registered and practising as a Learning Disability Nurse and possess strong evidence of continued professional development in health/education related subjects. In return, you can look forward to joining a thriving academic community.
This post is based at our Glenside Campus which is set within beautiful grounds in Stapleton, just three miles north east of Bristol City Centre. Regular bus services link the campus to the main Frenchay site, the city centre and surrounding areas, and nearby Bristol Parkway train station. Home to UWE’s Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences, Glenside Campus offers excellent teaching facilities, these include a selection of inter-professional simulation suites, enabling students to practice and develop professional competencies, and one of the best health care libraries in England.
If you would like an informal discussion about this opportunity please contact Maxine Pryce-Miller on 0117 328 3632 or email: Maxine.Pryce-Miller@uwe.ac.uk
This is a permanent post, and is part-time working on a 60% contract. This post requires an enhanced DBS clearance.
We particularly encourage applications from BAME applicants as we are currently under represented in these areas.