Jobs: £40-50k

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology (0.5 full time equivalent)

Opening Date:
12 Apr 2018
Closing Date:
20 May 2018
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This is an opportunity to work in a dynamic team of paramedic and community health practitioners. You will be a pharmacist or pharmacologist health care professional or scientist with an appropriate qualification in pharmacology. The role will include undertaking the teaching and learning activity related to the pharmaco-therapeutic elements of the non-medical prescribing programmes for nurses, midwives and allied health care professionals. There will also be engagement of learning and teaching across wider programmes in the School to include pre-registration nursing, and podiatry. The subject area taught will include clinical pharmacology, including the effects of co-morbidity. A fundamental part of the role is collaborating with staff in the School with interests in health and pharmacology / prescribing practice to develop research opportunities. We have a philosophy of engaging in partnership work and are committed to policy developments which you will be expected to engage with. You will have a BSc in a relevant subject or be committed to studying at a higher level. If you have a PhD or Doctorate and can supervise at this level, you will have opportunities to develop as the university has an active programme for supporting early career researchers. Travel to other university sites will also be required. We welcome applications from ethnic minorities that currently under-represented. Interviews will take place on 11th June. For informal enquiries please contact, Academic Lead Community Health, Marianne Willmer (01273) 644086.

Lecturer – Control of Infection

Opening Date:
12 Apr 2018
Closing Date:
14 May 2018
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The School of Nursing and Health Sciences boasts an inspirational, skilled, friendly and enthusiastic team whose research and education activities have real impact. You will be encouraged to share your ideas to push the excellence within the School further to help us keep transforming the lives of others. We are recruiting for an exceptional individual to join us as a Lecturer to join our highly motivated team to contribute to the teaching, assessment, support and curriculum development for pre-registration nursing students and multi-disciplinary postgraduate students, and to our scholarly activity. We are looking to appoint an NMC registered nurse with a background in control of infection and a broad experience and knowledge of the field of infection prevention and control. You will be part of teams delivering learning and teaching activities at pre-registration, to students based at our Dundee City and Kirkcaldy campuses, and at post-qualifying levels, to students based locally, elsewhere in the UK and overseas. The School’s international portfolio of infection prevention and control is expanding and individuals will be required to undertake teaching visits overseas. You will hold a postgraduate qualification, ideally a Master’s degree, and have broad experience and knowledge within your field. Preference will be given to applicants with an NMC registered teaching qualification, and you will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the issues facing nursing and healthcare today. For further information about this position please contact Dr Emma Burnett at e.burnett@dundee.ac.uk. To find out more about the School please visit https://nursing-health.dundee.ac.uk/ We anticipate that interviews for this appointment will take place on 3 July 2018. The diversity of our staff and students helps to make the University of Dundee one of the top universities in the UK.

Lecturer in Nursing

Opening Date:
12 Apr 2018
Closing Date:
14 May 2018
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The School boasts an inspirational, skilled, friendly and enthusiastic team whose research and education activities have real impact. You will be encouraged to share your ideas to push the excellence within the School further to help us keep transforming the lives of others. We are recruiting for an exceptional individual to join our highly motivated team to contribute to the teaching, assessment, support and curriculum development for pre-registration nursing students and multi-disciplinary postgraduate students, and our scholarly activity. We are looking to appoint an NMC registered nurse with a background in primary care, public health or health and social care. You will be part of teams delivering learning and teaching activities at pre-registration, to students based at our Dundee and Kirkcaldy campuses, and at post-qualifying levels, to students based locally, elsewhere in the UK and overseas. Innovative and creative thinking are important to help achieve our aim of producing graduates who are ready to respond with compassion and commitment to the current and future challenges in healthcare. You will hold a postgraduate qualification, ideally Master’s degree, with broad experience and knowledge within your field. Preference will be given to applicants with an NMC registered teaching qualification, and able to demonstrate an understanding of the issues facing nursing and healthcare today. Further information about this position, please contact Mr John Lee at j.lee@dundee.ac.uk. To find out more about the School please visit https://nursing-health.dundee.ac.uk/ We anticipate that interviews for this appointment will take place on 3 July 2018. The diversity of our staff and students helps to make University of Dundee one of the top universities in the UK.

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing

Opening Date:
4 Apr 2018
Closing Date:
6 May 2018
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This is an exciting opportunity for an exceptional and experienced nurse, with evidence of excellent professional and educational practice to join a team of enthusiastic and committed staff within the Department of Nursing and Midwifery. We aim to provide engaging and transformational learning experiences for students from a broad range of backgrounds in order that they realise their aspirations and can make a real difference to the communities in which they will work as registered nurses. As part of the academic community, you will help develop critical, competent and compassionate practitioners who can make a positive contribution to nursing practice by contributing to undergraduate and postgraduate mental health provision. Research development will be an important element of the role and opportunities will exist to develop this agenda through effective partnerships with experienced researchers within the institute. Shortlisted candidates invited to interview will be asked to deliver a fifteen-minute teaching session (followed by 5 minutes of questions) aimed at third year mental health nursing students entitled; 'thriving, not just surviving as a student mental health nurse’ The Chair of this panel will feedback to the main interview panel.

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Nursing (3 posts)

Opening Date:
21 Mar 2018
Closing Date:
6 May 2018
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We are recruiting for three full-time Lecturer/Senior Lecturers with excellent clinical skills to teach on foundation degree programmes. This two-year programme is for Nursing Associate apprentices and Assistant Practitioner apprentices. You should be able to contribute to core areas of the foundation degree curriculum (for example clinical skills, community health, study skills, medicines management). An understanding of principles of learning and teaching in higher education and/or work-based learning would be desirable. You will have a current professional registration with the NMC as a nurse or midwife and/or as a specialist community public health nurse; or with the HCPC as an allied health professional. You will also have a teaching qualification of Lecturer/Practice Educator (recordable with NMC if appropriate) or committed to obtaining a professional education qualification. A fundamental part of the role is collaborating with staff in the School to develop research opportunities. We have a philosophy of engaging in partnership work and are committed to policy developments which you will be expected to engage with. You will have a BSc in a relevant subject. If you have a PhD or Doctorate and can supervise at this level, you will have opportunities to develop as the University has an active programme for supporting early career researchers. Travel to other university sites will also be required. Job sharers welcome. For informal enquiries please contact, Academic Lead Community Health, Marianne Willmer (01273) 644086, M.Willmer@brighton.ac.uk. We welcome applications from ethnic minorities that are currently under-represented. Job sharers welcome. You can read more about the benefits of working at the University here: https://www.brighton.ac.uk/about-us/working-with-us/jobs/benefits-and-facilities.aspx
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