Come and work in London’s newest university nursing team, teach some of the most diverse and dynamic nursing students and help shape our future East End nurses- Multiple posts available. Following the appointment of Vice-Chancellor & President, Professor Amanda Broderick, the University has committed to a mission to advance Industry 4.0 careers and lives, where we expand mental wealth, create careers, build business and connect communities in East London and beyond through our global gateway. A transformational strategic route-map was recently launched plotting our course to become the pioneering Careers-led University for a changing world, where the future of learning and work is advanced today and Potential is realised wherever and whenever it is found. The Nursing programmes at UEL have grown dynamically over the last 18 months both for Pre-registration Nursing, the new role of the Nursing Associate and the development of Apprenticeship pathways. This is a very exciting time to join an enthusiastic team of academics who are able to shape and influence the development of the growing UEL nursing provision. To support this excellent development in our local community, we are now seeking to recruit to multiple posts to enhance our current nursing education team. This is a really exciting time to join to be involved in the organisation, teaching delivery and leadership of new pre-registration nursing programmes at the University of East London. We work with a number of local leading trust partners who offer innovative placement experiences that span both physical and mental wealth. The nursing programmes at UEL thrive on the supportive partnership relationship with practice partners across the communities of East London and serves to support the health and social care needs of the local population. The first cohorts of our new BSc (Hons) in Adult Nursing started in January and September 2018 and have recently been joined by apprentice nursing associates. We invite enthusiastic candidates who are registered nurses and hold a relevant degree. Candidates without previous teaching experience but with sound clinical leadership experience may be considered at Lecturer level if the candidate is willing to work towards a postgraduate certificate in professional education (or equivalent). Candidates must have a passion for student focused teaching; excellent knowledge of the professional and academic requirements of higher education programmes.
The School of Health & Society provides a range of dynamic and innovative programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level to over 4,500 students. The School offers both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes leading to professional registration as a Nurse in Adult, Mental Health or the Children and Young People field of practice. The School has a strong and rapidly growing research record and has supportive mechanisms in place to enable staff become and remain research active. The School is seeking to appoint an outstanding and talented individual with a Children and Young Peoples nursing qualification to join a team of academics providing nursing education. The successful applicant will play a key role in the continued development and delivery of the recently revalidated pre-registration undergraduate and post graduate programmes but will also have the opportunity to contribute across the spectrum of academic work in the School. To be considered for this post you must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council in Children and Young People’s nursing. You must have experience in teaching, practice development and/or research and have, or be prepared to study for a higher degree, ideally to doctoral level. You would demonstrate a commitment to the provision of high-quality education that makes a difference to client care. We offer flexible working patterns, enabling our colleagues to accommodate work life balance. All appointments will be made on merit, and as an equal opportunities’ employer, we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons. In recognition of our commitment to create a diverse team that draws from our widest talent pool we would particularly encourage applications from groups who are currently under-represented at this level, which in this case is our Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) applicants. Please note this vacancy closes at 11:59pm on the 4th October 2019. Interviews will take place on the 17th October.
All of us are made of many identities and passions – it makes us who we are, We are proud parents and passionate performers, We’re innovative engineers and network reformers, We’re local, we’re global and all different races, Many cultures, many faiths and from many places, We have different genders, we’re proud to be LGBT, We’re younger and older and focus on ability, We’re agile, we’re balanced, we make sure we rest, We’re supported to work the way we’ll do our best, We’re academics, students and colleagues from near and afar, We’re a community of many things – it makes us who we are. #UoSEquality We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer who will contribute to the research and teaching in Psychology with particular emphasis on the core areas of the BPS syllabus (including social psychology and cognitive psychology and qualitative and quantitative research methods) and specialist areas such as cyberpsychology, human computer interface research, virtual reality and artificial intelligence. The successful candidate will also be expected to contribute to the development of a new undergraduate course in Digital Psychology. You will also be expected to contribute to the supervision of MSc and PhD students and teaching on MSc modules. Please note this vacancy closes at 11:59pm on the 2nd October 2019. Interviews will take place on the 28th October 2019.
In the School of Health & Society we are looking for an engaging, colleague to join our creative, committed and passionate academics in the Mental Health Nursing Team. This opportunity directly relates to the university’s response to external drivers that have resulted in an increase in our student numbers. In a challenging external climate our growth is testament to the hard work and dedication of our team and has contributed to a rise of 22 places in The Guardian University Guide 2020 for Nursing and Midwifery. Using a values-based approach to education we aim to support excellence in Mental Health Nurses as they respond to the challenges of contemporary practice across their career trajectory. If you can demonstrate your commitment to such an approach and have a passion for supporting your own and others learning and development as a Registered Mental Health Nurse, we would welcome the chance to talk to you. We are passionate academics who have worked and continue to work collaboratively with people whose mental and physical health has required the thoughtful, skilled care of another. We endeavour to bring these transferable skills into our team through a relational approach to working together and in supporting our students. We are one of the largest educators of nurses, midwives and allied health professionals in the North West. We are proud of our proven track record of collaborating with our health and social care partners to enable highly skilled practitioners who can respond to the challenges of contemporary practice. To be considered for this post you must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council and have experience in teaching, practice development and/or research in Mental Health Nursing. If you feel you have the attributes required to join us as a valued colleague and wish to discuss this opportunity further, please contact Dr Shelly Allen, firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also engage with our team twitter @UoS_MHNurs to gain a further sense of the issues we are passionate about and are very welcome to arrange to visit and meet members of the team using the contact details above. Please note this vacancy closes at 11:59pm on the 2nd October 2019. Interviews will take place on the 14th October 2019.
The University of Salford is seeking to appoint an outstanding and talented individual as an Adult Nurse Lecturer. They will need to hold a nursing qualification in Adult Nursing and will join a team of academics providing nursing education within the School of Health and Society. The successful applicant will play a key role in the continued development and delivery of the pre-registration undergraduate nursing programme and post reg programmes. There will also be opportunities to contribute across the spectrum of academic work in the School. The School of Health & Society provides a range of dynamic and innovative programmes at the undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level to over 4,500 students. The School offers both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes leading to professional registration as a Nurse in Adult, Mental Health or the Children and Young People field of practice. The School has a strong and rapidly growing research record and has supportive mechanisms in place to enable staff to become and remain research active. To be considered for this post you must be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council in Nursing. It would be a positive if you have previous experience in teaching, practice development and/or research and have, or be prepared to study for a doctorate. You will demonstrate a commitment to the provision of high-quality education that makes a difference to client care. All appointments will be made on merit, and as an equal opportunities’ employer, we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons. In recognition of our commitment to creating a diverse team that draws from our widest talent pool we would particularly encourage applications from groups who are currently under-represented at this level, which in this case is our Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) applicants. We offer flexible working patterns, enabling our colleagues to accommodate work life balance. Please note this vacancy closes at 11:59pm on the 2nd October 2019. Interviews will be held on the 18th October 2019.
We are currently looking for a Lecturer in Child Health to join our School of Health & Social Care on a full time basis. We would welcome applications from a range of disciplines within child health. Edinburgh Napier is one of the largest providers of nursing and midwifery education in Scotland with a strong inter-professional and transnational education portfolio. Uniquely, in Scotland, the School offers midwifery and all four fields of practice in nursing: adult, child health, mental health and learning disabilities. We are committed to growing our academic reputation and providing an unrivalled student experience. The school is structured into a number of themes that signify our areas of strength and growth; these consist of programmes of education, research, enterprise (CPD and Consultancy) and professional practice. Our large facility is versatile and covers everything from a critical care unit and clinical ward to a home environment and is utilised to facilitate learning and simulations to a number of external organisations and private companies. The Role As Lecturer, you will develop, design and deliver teaching and student centred learning to our Child Health Nursing students within our Bachelor and Masters in Nursing programmes, along with supporting a broader range of subjects. You will be required to conduct individual and collaborative research projects, contribute to the School’s research profile, leading to the production of high quality research outputs/outcomes. This post is within the Women, Children and Families Theme. You will be enthusiastic about cross-disciplinary and collaborative working across the University and with our specialised industry partners, including the NHS, to support Theme priority areas of activity. For more information regarding this position please contact Dr Nicola Ring on N.Ring@napier.ac.uk, School Lead: Women, Children and Families Theme.
We are seeking to appoint a Mental Health Nurse Senior Teaching Fellow or Lecturer, active on the NMC register. You will help us to design and deliver our highly valued undergraduate and postgraduate, pre-registration, mental health and dual qualification nursing programmes, and contribute to our well-developed research portfolio. Be a part of the University of Southampton, an institution in the top 1% of world universities and one of the UK’s top 15 research-intensive universities and a founding member of the prestigious Russell Group. We have an international reputation for research, teaching and enterprise activities. Nursing at Southampton is currently ranked 5th in the world, and 3rd in the UK according to the QS World Rankings by Subject 2019. Our School of Health Sciences is within the Faculty of Environmental and Life Sciences. We have a strong record of providing an excellent research environment and delivering research with national and international impact. There is a collegiate culture across healthcare professions and integration with other disciplines within the university. We were ranked joint 1st for Nursing in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework assessment. Our vision is to lead nursing in a global digitalised world by developing our students and staff leadership and innovation skills, such that all will have a pride in their clinically led innovative nursing, nursing education and research at Southampton, which will influence people around the world. You will work with a dedicated, experienced nursing education team, whilst developing your research portfolio. Daily activities include:
- Contributing to the design and delivery of nursing programmes including module leadership, session delivery and marking
- Assisting in the development of the nursing research portfolio as part of a research group
- Acting as a personal academic tutor to students
- Liaising with programme managers and senior leaders to deliver the nursing research and education strategy
- Liaising with clinical practice partners to maintain and develop effective partnership working. It is essential that candidates have experience working as a mental health nurse and must be active on the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) register.
Job reference: REQ007215 Salary: £32,243-£40,802 per annum £38,467-£54,772 per annum The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health are seeking to recruit enthusiastic and ambitious HCPC registered Occupational Therapist to join our dynamic team of academics delivering excellent and visionary pre-registration occupational therapy courses. We are proud that our BSc Occupational Therapy course is placed 10th in the UK (Complete University Guide 2019) and Coventry University is placed 13th in the UK University league tables (Guardian 2019). In addition to this the University is also named ‘University of the Year for Student Experience’ (The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019). Our occupational therapy team are one of the largest in the country and work collaboratively with a wide range of health care professions within the Faculty of Health and Life sciences and now benefit from new, ‘state of the art’ health science simulation facilities, a £60M+ investment. For a fly through video – insert in your browser: https://coventry.wistia.com/medias/wnz2at25u2?media_finished For the Lecturer post, applicants should demonstrate a wide range of clinical experience. For the Assistant Professor post, experience of teaching within higher education is desirable. The salary is dependent upon the skills and qualifications of the individual. Job descriptions will be available upon request from the Human Resources Department when applying for the post. The University offers academic and professional development and provides a Post Graduate Certificate Teaching Qualification for Lecturers who do not hold a recognised teaching qualification. Informal enquiries should be addressed to Carolyn Hay (Associate Professor, Occupational Therapy) Email email@example.com Application closing date: 17/09/19 To apply please visit https://staffrecruitment.coventry.ac.uk/tlive_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID%3d153498NHnV&WVID=1861420Izv&LANG=USA