Senior Lecturer – Nurse Education and Research

Opening Date:
28 Oct 2015
Closing Date:
23 Nov 2015
Salary Range:

We seek to appoint a high calibre registered nurse with extensive experience of teaching nursing in higher education at undergraduate and postgraduate level and a proven track record in a research area relevant to modern nursing practice that will complement and enhance the department’s research strategy and goals. The post is a strategic appointment combining active research and scholarship with contributions to our undergraduate and post-graduate health professional programmes, and presents an exciting opportunity to join a top rated department with an international research reputation and leading nurse education provision.

This is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated, experienced individual to contribute to the provision of high quality learning, teaching and research within the Department of Health Sciences and to participate in the thriving portfolio of pre and post registration, undergraduate and postgraduate nursing education programmes. A significant element of the role will be to maintain and establish collaborative relationships with NHS and health care service providers and actively support both students and practice-based staff within the clinical arena.
Committed to teamwork and with excellent communication skills, you must have a good honours degree, a higher degree, a doctorate and be a practicing nurse/nurse lecturer registered on the appropriate part of the NMC professional register. You will have significant experience including experience of teaching pre-registration nursing students. practicing Personal development of staff is of key importance and you will be supported to undertake further professional development.
Informal enquiries may be made to Dr Paul Galdas at

Apply online at using reference 4616. You will need to complete the online application form and upload your CV with a covering letter describing how you meet the requirements of the job. References will also be req.