We are seeking a motivated, enthusiastic and talented individual to join the Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport who can help us to continue to build on our success.
As a Senior Lecturer you will be an experienced educator and researcher, able to provide leadership in our nursing programmes and broader health sciences provision. You will have up-to-date specialist knowledge of nursing practice, demographic and policy drivers in the areas of nursing and healthcare. You should be able to fully contribute to our high quality, practice-driven health research and education and you will have the ability to apply your extensive knowledge and experience to further enhance our teaching portfolio at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, and develop our research activities in cognate areas. In particular, you will have the motivation, enthusiasm and drive to help us achieve the University’s ambitious targets in relation to research and internationalisation set out in our Strategic Plan 2016-2021. The School works in close partnership with our NHS Boards and you will be expected to be committed to relevant collaborative research and development.
Working with existing expertise in frailty and ageing within the University of Stirling, this exciting new post as a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport, offers the successful candidate to build on their own track record of research, academic leadership and teaching in the area of frailty in older people. The Faculty offers the candidate the potential to join the strongest research in health and social care in Scotland, and is keen to recruit someone who is dedicated to improving the lives of people, and their carers, living with frailty.
Informal enquiries may be directed to Professor Jayne Donaldson, Dean of Faculty, 01786 466345, email@example.com.