Senior Lecturer in Nursing (Long Term Conditions and Care of the Older Person)

Opening Date:
21 Mar 2014
Closing Date:
22 Apr 2014
Salary Range:

Join our team in the Department of Nursing, within the Faculty of Health and Social Care and help us to build on our impressive academic reputation. The Faculty offers a dynamic and developing environment for the delivery of high calibre research, scholarship, education and enterprise, with an aim of ensuring a direct impact on health care provision and education. The Department currently delivers undergraduate and postgraduate nursing education and programmes for the development of other practitioners within health and social care. Long Term Conditions and Care of the older Person is one of the key areas for further development and is seen as a priority for the Faculty. The topic of ‘Wellbeing’ is also a cross cutting theme within the University of Hull aimed at generating research and teaching collaborations with the Hull York Medical School and across other disciplines.
You will be expected to engage in a range of academic activities including learning and teaching, research and scholarly activity and external engagement and enterprise relevant to the business needs of the Faculty. You will also be expected to mentor colleagues and be instrumental in integrating research and educational developments.With a PhD, you will contribute to the supervision of Doctoral students and be aligned to the Well Being in Long Term Conditions Research Development Group: one of three Research Development Groups with in the Faculty.
You will be research active, have a proven track record in generating research income and publishing in high impact journals and have a national and ideally international profile in scholarly activity relating to LTCs or older people.
The Faculty is committed to the development of academic leadership in its broadest sense and you would be expected to contribute to this process through internal and external engagement and involvement with partner agencies.
To discuss this role informally, please contact Professor Mark Hayter,

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