The Department of Nursing is recruiting a Senior Lecturer, on a full or part time (minimum 0.6 FTE) basis to focus on post-registration programmes, especially non-medical prescribing. We welcome applications from registered healthcare practitioners with experience in non-medical prescribing (V300) and clinical assessment skills. You will be required to work across our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes to contribute to the Department achievement of its KPIs and the University strategic plan.
As one of the largest providers of nursing and allied health professionals in the region, we offer a diverse range of award-winning and innovative degree courses. Our work is professionally recognised, accredited and respected. We are proud of our diverse and inclusive learning environment that encourages discussion, debate, shared learning and interdisciplinary co-operation. Our innovative, vibrant programmes reflect our research activity, which enriches and informs the student experience.
The Department of Nursing offer a range of education programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. These include programmes leading to registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) in adult nursing and mental health nursing, prescribing (V100/V300), SCPHN, community specialist practitioner and return to practice. Our research and knowledge exchange activities focus on healthcare practice, education and policy and underpins our departmental core values of evidence based practice.
The University has two Academic Career Pathways: Education, Pedagogy and Citizenship or Research, Education and Citizenship. The post-holder is initially expected to follow the Education, Pedagogy and Citizenship (EPC) Pathway, for academics who are focused on teaching, learning and the student experience.