An opportunity has arisen within the School of Health for mental health nurses to join our highly committed Mental Health team as full time Senior Lecturers/ Lecturers. The successful applicants will be enthusiastic and visionary, keen to shape mental health education and research and influence the lives of people with mental health problems.
Applicants must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council and be educated to post-graduate level. A PhD /professional doctorate and a post graduate teaching qualification is desirable.
Extensive, contemporary mental health practice experience is essential, and you’ll have a keen interest in developments in the field. In particular, we are looking for specific experience and qualifications in the following fields:
- older people’s care and dementia
- physical health care
- conflict resolution
- managing and investigating serious incidents
- mental health research
- anatomy and physiology
- dual diagnosis
The successful applicants will be committed to the success of their students and be able to show that they can effectively support facilitation of learning and assessment of students. Experience in higher education and/ or the teaching and assessing of student nurses in practice would be preferable.
The successful applicants will assist in the development and delivery of the mental health curricula including the pre-registration programme, post graduate studies and research. There will be an expectation that the successful candidates will teach across a range of courses and will be required to act as course and / or module leader.
Lecturer: Grade H (£34,233 – £39,685), Senior Lecturer: Grade I (£40,847 – £47,328)