Grade: UH8 Salary: £38,183 – £48,327
The successful candidate will be able to teach across undergraduate and postgraduate levels and be conversant with distant and blended learning methods of delivery. They will have a flexible approach to the delivery of teaching, learning and assessment to support the student experience, along with excellent organisational abilities. They will participate in the planning, design and development of mental health educational learning opportunities. In addition, they will have opportunities to engage in a range of scholarly activities, and research and professional practice in support of the School.
You will be self-motivated, innovative and able to work to deadlines. As the University works with a number of service providers across North London, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and the South of England, the ability to travel unhindered between sites is essential.
Successful applicants will have current/recent practice experience with a firm knowledge base and expertise in mental health care delivery. We are particularly interested in hearing from applicants who have experience in a specialist area of mental health, e.g. forensic mental health, drug and alcohol work or who have experience in mental health policy and management.
Experience of teaching in Higher Education would be advantageous.
You must hold a current mental health nursing registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, possess a Master’s degree in a related subject (or be willing to undertake Masters studies) and have some experience of teaching.
Doctoral studies or possession of a doctorate is an advantage, together with an NMC recorded teaching qualification.
For Informal enquiries: Please contact Greg Rooney, Professional Lead for Mental Health, 01707 285157, email@example.com
Closing date: 31 August 2017 Reference number: 014928
To apply please visit http://www.herts.ac.uk/contact-us/jobs-and-vacancies