We are seeking an experienced and motivated individual to join our nursing leadership team in the Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery. This permanent appointment is to lead, primarily, the pre-qualifying Adult Nursing programme in Oxford. The Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery supports prequalifying programmes in Adult, Child and Mental Health Nursing, with Adult nursing also offered at our Swindon Campus. The School also offers a wide range of post qualifying provision. We strive to offer contemporary curricula underpinned by research and Oxford Brookes hosts the Oxford Institute of Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Research, supporting multi-disciplinary health care research. Through the school, we work in partnership with a number of local NHS and PVI partners. This post offers the opportunity to continue to develop and expand our pre-qualifying nursing education at Oxford Brookes. The post holder also has the support of a deputy programme lead and both an established and growing team of staff. The successful applicant will lead the programme management of adult nursing with a focus on enhancing the student and staff experience and fostering programme growth and standing in the wider professional community. Please contact either the Deputy Director of the Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery Julia Winter and/ or Juliet Bostwick (Outgoing programme lead) if you have any questions.
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School of Health and Life Sciences REQ001313 The University of the West of Scotland (UWS) has been named the top young higher education institution in Scotland in the Times Higher Education Young University Rankings (June 2020). The School of Health and Life Sciences (HLS) is a multidisciplinary School, with a diverse range of programmes delivered at our Ayr, Dumfries, Lanarkshire, London and Paisley campuses to a combined total of around 6000 students. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Lecturer with expertise in the field of Sports Psychology to join the School of Health and Life Sciences at the University of the West of Scotland. As a Lecturer, you will complement the growth of research and the advancement of the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in the Division of Sport and Exercise. You should have prior experience of working in a Higher Education environment, including module development and a track record of research publications. Applications are particularly welcome from individuals with expertise in psychomotor learning and sport performance. You will join a progressive group of staff within the Division of Sport and Exercise who deliver one postgraduate programme and four undergraduate programmes at our recently developed Ayr and Lanarkshire campuses. Academic staff within the Division contribute to research in several areas, including coach development and education, digital health, healthy ageing, sport nutrition, paediatric physical activity, sport psychology, and team sport performance. The Division of Sport and Exercise sits within the School of Health and Life Sciences which collectively delivers a diverse range of programmes at our Lanarkshire, Paisley, Ayr and London campuses to a combined total of circa 6000 students. Informal enquiries can be made by contacting: Professor Chris Easton (Head of Division), email@example.com Further information, including details of how to apply is available at https://jobs.uws.ac.uk/ Closing Date: Sunday 31 October 2021 Interview Date: Tuesday 16 November 2021 The current academic structure and nomenclature at UWS is as follows: AC2 – Lecturer (first time academic post) AC3 – Lecturer AC4 – Senior Lecturer (alternate titles used in different Universities include Principal Lecturer or Associate Professor) UWS is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from under-represented groups. UWS is a Disability Confident employer. University of the West of Scotland is a registered Scottish charity, no. SC002520.
School of Health Sciences Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Lecturer in Nursing Sciences (Adult) Ref: ATS1075 £43,434 to £50,296 per annum The School of Health Sciences’ mission is to be a leader in health care innovation and education, addressing global healthcare challenges and equipping others to do the same. At an exciting time of development, we are seeking to appoint a highly motivated lecturer in nursing sciences (adult), with a proven academic record to join our experienced and dedicated academic team. You will have demonstrable expertise and experience in adult nursing and be able to contribute more widely to nursing curriculum development, delivery and assessment (pre and post registration). This is an opportunity to deliver first class education in a vibrant and committed academic community. You will have a good first degree (2:1 or above) as well as holding a professional registration in Adult Nursing. The successful applicant will have a commitment to inter-professional education and to working collaboratively with a range of professions and organisations to support the School’s strategic goals. This full-time indefinite post is available immediately and will be subject to an enhanced criminal record check from the Disclosure and Barring Service. https://myview.uea.ac.uk/webrecruitment/pages/vacancy.jsf?vacancyRef=ATS1075
This is for an experienced academic or practitioner registered with a professional body (NMC or HCPC) to be part of a newly formed simulation/clinical skills team led by a Director of Simulation. It is a full time 2 year fixed term contract in the first instance. Secondments and part time opportunities considered. For further information see https://www.dmu.ac.uk/jobs/
About the role We are looking for a Lecturer to join the University of Leicester in Operating Department Practice Education. This post provides the opportunity for those wanting to develop academic excellence and to contribute to research led teaching. You will work as part of a vibrant team delivering innovative teaching to students undertaking the BSc (Hons) Operating Department Practice, including the apprenticeship route to Award. This includes delivering lectures, tutorials and seminars, designing and marking assessments, personal tutoring, responding to student queries and attending social events. You will support the enhancement of teaching and learning in our school by contributing proactively to the administration of modules and continually improving your own understanding and application of learning and teaching. As a teaching focused lecturer, you will also engage in scholarship and publication that enhances teaching and learning within the School and further establishes its external reputation. We will support you in developing your teaching career and, in turn, you will play a key role in ensuring our continued success and fulfilling our future ambitions. About you With experience of teaching ODP students, you will have the ability to facilitate student learning using a comprehensive range of delivery methods including lectures, seminars and tutoring. You will be confident in reviewing, evaluating and developing the key skills of students, being able to develop resource materials to enhance teaching quality. You will have exhaustive experience employed in an Operating Department as a registered practitioner, with a professional qualification for ODP work in all aspects of the practitioner role and hold professional registration as a Registered Operating Department Practitioner with HCPC. We are looking for an enthusiastic educator capable of inspiring interest, curiosity and drive for learning in our students. You will have a real passion for the subject matter and be motivated to provide the very best experience for our students using your expertise and skill to ensure all reach their potential. Additional information The University of Leicester has been changing the world, and changing people’s lives, for 100 years. When you join us, you’ll become part of a community of Citizens of Change, which includes not only our staff and our current students but also thousands of Leicester graduates around the world. As a diverse and forward-thinking employer, we embed the principles of equality, diversity and inclusion into everything we do. That includes not just our core missions of teaching and research, but also our support for staff, students and our local community. We’re committed to the wellbeing of all our staff and to the sustainability of our environment, on our campus and beyond. We offer a competitive salary package, excellent pension scheme and a generous annual leave allowance, along with opportunities to develop your career in a supportive and collaborative environment. To apply visit: https://jobs.le.ac.uk/vacancies/3829/lecturer-in-operating-department-practice-teaching-focussed.html
The University of Roehampton is seeking an experienced nursing academic to lead the strategic development of practice learning for our newly developed nursing programmes. This is an incredible opportunity for someone to join our growing Nursing team within the School of Life and Health Sciences and to build on our early successes. We are seeking highly motivated candidates with excellent leadership skills and an in-depth knowledge of NMC professional standards and practice learning. You will work with the Director of Nurse Education and nursing management team to deliver outstanding education and an excellent student experience. Experience in managing healthcare placements is highly desirable. At Roehampton, we change lives by helping our students to develop the confidence, knowledge and adaptability they need for a successful graduate career and fulfilling life. We are a supportive, close-knit and inclusive community, with a proud history in higher education stretching back more than 175 years. Our values come from this rich history, built on community, engagement and partnership, with a belief that no matter their background, we can help our students realise their ambitions. Our graduates today have excellent employment prospects, and are part of a thriving global community of Roehampton alumni. We provide an engaging portfolio of courses across the creative arts, social sciences, law, humanities, literature, education, business, and human and life sciences, including nursing. We also have an excellent research profile. With international reach, our research informs policy, enriches culture and improves people’s lives. We are based on a beautiful 64-acre parkland campus, located in the heart of south-west London. Our staff have access to excellent facilities and a generous range of staff benefits. The University supports the NHS Track and Trace system and your Roehampton point of contact will keep a temporary record of all visitors for 21 days to assist NHS Test and Trace with requests for data. The safety of staff, students and the wider community is our priority and work will continue across the University to ensure we always meet the safety standards set by the government. The University of Roehampton has recently passed the NQA Covid Secure Guideline Verification that assesses how organisations meet the government guidance to create Covid safe environments. To find out more information about the role and what we’re looking for, visit the Working at Roehampton section of our website where you will find full details, how to apply, as well as further information about the benefits of working for us. Alternatively, you can email the Director of Nurse Education, Paul Newcombe on firstname.lastname@example.org To apply, please visit: https://unroeli.webitrent.com/unroeli_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.openVACANCY_ID%3d1392708vOo&WVID=3582010Dw7&LANG=USA
We are looking for a part time Lecturer/Senior in Mental Health Nursing to join our growing nursing team. Expertise in addressing the parity of esteem between physical and mental health would be an advantage. You will support the development and delivery of our new Mental Health and dual field Nursing programmes. You will work across the University and practice learning settings and provide teaching and support to both students and staff. You will also develop the Lived Experience Facilitator project – where people with lived experience of mental/physical health are trained to support students during placement. We are seeking applications from experienced and highly motivated candidates who have a strong track record in mental/physical healthcare and education. This role is funded by Health Education England and has been developed in partnership with South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust. The post is fixed-term for 12-months. At Roehampton, we change lives by helping our students to develop the confidence, knowledge and adaptability they need for a successful graduate career and fulfilling life. We are a supportive, close-knit and inclusive community, with a proud history in higher education stretching back more than 175 years. Our values come from this rich history, built on community, engagement and partnership, with a belief that no matter their background, we can help our students realise their ambitions. Our graduates today have excellent employment prospects, and are part of a thriving global community of Roehampton alumni. We provide an engaging portfolio of courses across the creative arts, social sciences, law, humanities, literature, education, business, and human and life sciences, including nursing. We also have an excellent research profile. With international reach, our research informs policy, enriches culture and improves people’s lives. We are based on a beautiful 64-acre parkland campus, located in the heart of south-west London. Our staff have access to excellent facilities and a generous range of staff benefits. The University supports the NHS Track and Trace system and your Roehampton point of contact will keep a temporary record of all visitors for 21 days to assist NHS Test and Trace with requests for data. The safety of staff, students and the wider community is our priority and work will continue across the University to ensure we always meet the safety standards set by the government. The University of Roehampton has recently passed the NQA Covid Secure Guideline Verification that assesses how organisations meet the government guidance to create Covid safe environments. To find out more information about the role and what we’re looking for, visit the Working at Roehampton section of our website where you will find full details, how to apply, as well as further information about the benefits of working for us. Alternatively, you can email the Director of Nurse Education, Paul Newcombe and arrange an informal visit on email@example.com It is expected that interviews will be held on: 26 November 2021 To apply please visit: https://unroeli.webitrent.com/unroeli_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID%3d1819758
Do you have a detailed understanding of nursing, including programme/course delivery, coaching, supervising and assessing learners in university and clinical practice settings? Would you relish a new challenge in an environment that is open, vibrant and welcomes new ideas? Then join the University of East London as Associate Professor in Nursing and you could soon be providing leadership in learning and teaching, knowledge transfer and professional practice that will benefit our students, the School, the University and the wider community alike. It’s a particularly exciting time at the University as, under our ambitious 10-year strategy, Vision 2028, we’re committed to providing students with the skills necessary to thrive in an ever-changing world. Our nursing programmes have grown dynamically over the last three years and seen the development of new pre-registration nursing courses, as well as a Nursing Associate Programme. We’re truly committed to the future of nursing and involved in creating apprenticeship pathways across both the FdSc and BSc programmes to enhance our widening participation offer. Accordingly, this is a great time to join our enthusiastic team of academics and help shape and influence the development of our growing nursing provision. As well as providing leadership for nursing courses, we’ll rely on you to carry out core activities in three areas: learning and teaching, knowledge transfer and professional impact; and administration, management, leadership and citizenship. Indeed, your challenge will be to deliver significant higher level achievements in at least two of those areas, while demonstrating national/international impact in your discipline. Taking on other significant School roles, for example managing areas of education, or other important responsibilities aligned with the School’s priorities, will be important too, as will contributing to panels for processes like Fitness to Proceed/Practise or academic appointments. And, when it comes to working closely with the Head of Department for Nursing, academic staff and stakeholders to ensure the effective management and organisation of course delivery for our existing programmes, again, we’ll count on you to deliver. To succeed, you’ll need a PhD/Masters in a relevant subject, plus current NMC registration and NMC HEA qualification, with evidence of scholarship in the form of recent publications an advantage. Leadership or management experience in a health or social care context in the NHS, independent, voluntary or HEI sectors is essential too, as is an in-depth understanding of assessment and assessment processes, while experience of multi-professional simulation teaching and development would be a plus. Committed to high quality, reflective and collaborative professional practice in teaching and learning in HE, you’re adept at generating course related reports, writing curriculum development documents and associated papers. What’s more, you’re a firm advocate of patient safety in the context of the preparation of nursing students, understand equality and diversity issues within a diverse and multicultural environment, respond positively and enthusiastically to students and are always looking to champion excellence in the student experience. So, if you’re looking to further your career in a dynamic, inclusive and performance-focused team and are inspired by our environment and drive for success, apply today. 105A2021-R Associate Professor in Nursing (inc. Apprenticeships) - Jobs at UEL
Location: Canary Wharf, London Would you like to work in a forward-thinking institution where values of student experience, customer service, academic quality, value for money and continuous improvement are at the forefront of how we make our decisions? Do you place the student at the heart of all that you do? If your answer is ‘yes’ to these questions, we have a great opportunity for you to experience it all for yourself and to join our Academic Team as a Lecturer (Nursing). As a Lecturer (Nursing) you will contribute to the development and delivery of educational activities, assisting the Senior Lecturer/Programme Manager with the development and promotion of teaching and related research and external engagement activities. To be successful in this role, you will need to have a Master’s degree in Nursing, NMC registration as a Registered Adult Nurse as well as significant post registration experience. In addition, you will have proven experience of both online and face to face teaching, and specifically extensive teaching experience on Research Methods in Nursing and Health Care and subject specific experience in one or more of the following areas; Leadership and Management, Simulation Teaching and Learning, Mandatory and clinical skills for nurses and health care professionals. An ability to provide a high quality teaching and learning experience is a must, as is the ability to use online teaching tools. You will also have strong teamwork, collaboration and organisational skills. In return, you will have a unique opportunity to add real value and shape our teaching provision, while working with a dedicated and friendly team of academic and support colleagues. We also offer you our commitment to training and development, a generous annual leave provision, season ticket loan and our location in Canary Wharf with many transport links for easy access. If you’re interested, up for the challenge and want to know more, please click http://jobs.sunderland.ac.uk/USL414 To apply, you will need to register on our e-recruitment platform and complete and application form. Closing Date: Midnight, Sunday 24 October 2021 Interview date: TBC
The Faculty of Health and Social Sciences is a vibrant and innovative environment containing five academic departments: Medical Science and Public Health, Nursing Science, Midwifery and Health Sciences, Rehabilitation and Sport Science and Social Sciences and Social Work. The Physician Associate School sits within the Department of Medical Science & Public Health. We are investing in some exciting new positions to further align our teaching and research portfolio toward BU’s 2025 strategic investment in Medical Sciences. We are working together with the NHS and Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group to realise the joint benefit of a new workforce of Physician Associates in Dorset. As a Clinical Lecturer on the Physician Associate programme, you will be involved in course planning for our students, course delivery, and student assessment. You will have the opportunity to develop your own research interests and lead, or contribute to grant writing, study design and protocol development, and ethics applications. Depending on the nature of your research activity, you may need to spend time at local NHS sites. You will also contribute to postgraduate education delivery where appropriate. Applicants will also be expected to continue some clinical work. You will be a qualified healthcare practitioner (doctor, nurse, paramedic, physiotherapist, physician associate, pharmacist or other advanced healthcare practitioner), with a commitment to clinical research and/or medical education. Post-graduate research qualifications, or an intention to undertake a higher research degree is desirable, and we will look to support those wishing to pursue this. You will be research active, developing and establishing a Physician Associate research programme, and committed to a culture of academic excellence and continuous improvement. Applicants are encouraged to continue some clinical work to maintain their clinical knowledge and professional registration. Job sharing options will be considered to accommodate this. This position is available part-time for 0.6 FTE. You will be qualified to Doctoral level or be able to demonstrate the ability to create and disseminate knowledge at an equivalent level and the capability to convert this knowledge into a doctorate in a maximum of 3-5 years from date of appointment. You will be research active and committed to a culture of academic excellence and continuous improvement. For further information and discussion or the opportunity for an informal visit, please contact by email firstname.lastname@example.org