The Department of Mental Health and Learning Disabilities has a vision to provide inter-professional, multi-disciplinary education and specialist programmes to enhance the therapeutic wellbeing of people with mental health problems and those with learning disabilities.
The state of mental health and intellectual disabilities services has undergone considerable redesign. The move towards integrated health care pathways, recovery and a co-production approach requires contemporary health care professionals who are adequately prepared for ongoing service developments, are able to work across health and social care divides, and deliver competent high quality care to increasingly complex populations, with high acuity health needs.
The Department aims to be known for working from a workplace culture of enablement, promoting positive mental health and wellbeing, in a climate of positive encouragement and human flourishing for all.
The role of Senior Lecturer (Joint appointment) is central to the Department’s goal of building a reputation for excellence in addressing real life challenges in a global health and social care field, that impacts on a wide and diverse population with mental health and intellectual disability issues. This role promotes close partnership working between the HEI and Health and Social care partners, with whom the education of the modern workforce is essential for high quality effective health and social care delivery.
We are interested in receiving applications from BABCP accredited practitioners, as well as Advanced Nurse Mental Health Practitioners. Flexible working options would be available or option to remain / seconded in or out of your host organisation or place of employment.