This is a unique opportunity for a high calibre, self-motivated, dynamic and enthusiastic registered adult nurse to make a contribution to the future direction of Nursing Studies’ local and global profile. This includes leading activities in relation to Nurse Independent/Supplementary prescribing and advanced clinical practice provision. Innovation and creativity are encouraged, and the ability to be a team player with strong external networks.
A current NMC registered Nurse Independent/Supplementary Prescriber qualification and evidence of teaching development, delivery and organisation are essential.
The post holder will contribute to and lead core teaching and curriculum activities including clinical skills teaching, and student support across our programmes. They will contribute to subject area and school level committees, structures and systems.
The post holder will be expected to make a contribution to the strategic development of scholarship, research, knowledge exchange and impact within Nursing Studies, the wider School and the University. Support in the form of appropriate mentoring will be provided and where relevant the opportunity to undertake at least the first stage in the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice given.
The post holder will join a clinical academic community with access to a varied programme of research across Nursing Studies, associated subject areas and Research Centres. There will also be opportunities for personal and professional development.
Appointment to Lecturer requires active involvement in developing and sustaining independent research, either in collaboration with members of staff or in the applicant’s own area of interest.
Appointment to Senior Teaching Fellow requires engagement in scholarship and continuing professional development commensurate with the role of educator in Nursing Studies.
This is a full-time (35 hours), open-ended post. We would consider making a part-time appointment (no less than 0.8 FTE).
Salary: This position attracts an annual salary of £41,526 to £49,553 for 35 hours, each week.
Closing Date: The closing date for this position is 5pm GMT on Wednesday 14th October 2020.
Further details and application: https://www.vacancies.ed.ac.uk/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=053275