Senior Lecturer in Nursing (Director of Undergraduate Programmes)

Opening Date:
4 May 2018
Closing Date:
23 May 2018
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Keele University is renowned for its exciting approach to higher education, innovative research, beautiful campus, strong community spirit and excellent student experience. With a turnover in excess of £134 million, over 10,000 students and a total staff of approximately 2000, the University provides high quality teaching across a wide range of academic and vocational subjects and promotes world-class research. Further information can be found at http://www.keele.ac.uk.

This post represents an exciting opportunity to join our academic team who are highly dedicated and are committed to delivering cutting edge nursing, midwifery and health education in partnership with students and our NHS partners. The team has a range of talents in research, education and clinical specialities. We are looking for a talented academic to lead and manage a team of lecturers and be an active member of the School’s Senior Executive Team. If you enjoy working in a vibrant and exciting environment and embrace change, then we would like to hear from you.

The School has Pre-Registration Degree programmes in Midwifery, all four fields of Nursing, post-registration degrees and is developing new programmes in health related subjects. In the complete University guide 2017 we were ranked 7thin the UK for Nursing and Midwifery and have exceptionally high quality indicators, as evidenced through external metrics.

As School Director of Undergraduate Programmes, you will be proactive in the overall management of the pre-registration and other identified programmes offered by the School of Nursing and Midwifery.

You will have a strong academic background and proven leadership qualities. You will be registered as a Nurse with the NMC, and at a minimum will possess a Master’s Degree in a Health or Education related subject.

The post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and barring service (DBS) disclosure.

For further information about this post please contact :
Dr Patricia Owen, p.a.owen@keele.ac.uk