The School of Health and Social Care are looking to recruit to a number of positions to join the rapidly growing, innovative nursing team
We require applicants to be:
- Currently registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council
- Credible practice experience in Adult Nursing
- Enthusiastic and credible in educating others
- Passionate about making a difference for people in our care
- Keen to support nurses of the future to care for themselves in order to care for others
- Committed to contributing to a team vision of creating a ‘Culture of Care’ in nursing for service users, students and colleagues
Senior Lecturer – Nursing (Adult) 1.0 FTE
Grade 8: £39,152 – £49,553
We are looking for an enthusiastic Senior Lecturers to join our rapidly growing academic team as we move into our third year of nursing provision. You will need a strong clinical background and evidence of delivering pre-registration nurse education in Adult Nursing. Experience of previously undertaking module leader responsibilities, curriculum development, and substantial experience of teaching will be considered an advantage. An enthusiasm to embrace change, work as part of the innovative nursing team and ability to contribute to the growing research profile of the subject area is essential.
You will be have the opportunity to contribute to the growing portfolio of nursing programmes, taking on a module leadership role in our nursing programmes. This also offers an exciting opportunity for you to be involved in moving the School forward with its strategic plan to deliver a sustainable nursing workforce for Gloucestershire in collaboration with our partners.
You will work closely with the Academic Subject Leader, Academic Course Leaders, Strategic Lead for Partnerships and Placements (Nursing) and our collaborative partners to deliver the vision for nurse education in Gloucestershire.
For an informal discussion please contact Lorraine Dixon, Head of School, email@example.com, 07920708942 or via her PA Toni Gronow on 01242 714594.
Closing date: Monday 25th November
The University understands the benefits of recruiting a diverse range of people and welcome applications from under-represented sections of the community.