Are you ready for a new challenge? The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work wishes to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in the field of health and social care. The role will provide opportunities to teach across the School’s four continuing development programmes at BSc and Masters; to facilitate learning in the workplace and develop bespoke learning opportunities which support the development of the health and social care workforce. The role will provide a valuable contribution to the School’s core modules which include such topics as leadership, evidence-based practice, transforming practice and facilitation of learning. The post will incorporate teaching, personal tutoring, research/scholarship and knowledge transfer, so ensuring that the educational experience is realistic, evidence-based and focussed to local workforce needs. As an experienced health or social care professional, you will be able to evidence continued personal and professional development. A post-graduate teaching qualification would be advantageous. The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work brings together Adult, Child, Mental Health and Learning Disability Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work into one vibrant and dynamic community. Our aim is to provide a high quality learning experience for our students to enable them to realise their ambitions to become registered professionals and to continue their development through a range of continuing professional development opportunities. We are committed to providing a supportive environment for our students so they can develop the knowledge and skills to provide nursing care that is person-centred, compassionate, safe and effective.
The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work sits within the Faculty of Medicine Health and Social Care and brings together Adult, Child, and Mental Health Nursing, Learning Disability, Midwifery and Social Work into one vibrant and dynamic community. We provide a high-quality learning experience for our students to enable them to realise their ambitions to become registered professionals and to continue their development through a range of continuing professional development opportunities. We are committed to providing a supportive environment so that our students can develop the knowledge and skills to provide nursing care that is person-centred, compassionate, safe and effective. The School is seeking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing to teach across a range of Mental Health & Nursing programmes, working closely with Mental Health & Learning Disability Service Users & Co -Teachers, Service partners and other programmes. This opportunity would suit a candidate who enjoys an active and engaging role, working closely with our colleagues and external stakeholders. The role will include developing the learning disability agenda within the School and Faculty so that health and social care professional students are cognisant of the importance of learning disability when providing care. You will be committed to high quality, evidence-based learning and teaching and be able to facilitate student led, problem-based learning, as well as take on the role of personal tutor. This role is potentially developmental, if you do not have prior experience of being a Learning Disability academic, and will support you towards gaining a nationally recognised teaching qualification (Post Graduate Certificate in Academic Practice) if you do not hold a teaching qualification, and help you to develop skills & experience to pursue a career in educating health and social care professionals. You will contribute to modules in the pre-registration undergraduate BSc & MSc Programmes, as well as the Registered Nurse Apprenticeship & Nursing Associate programme and on postgraduate modules related to your own expertise. You will also provide support to students during periods of practice placements and act as an academic assessor and facilitate clinical supervision. The post holder is required to be current on the NMC register as a Learning Disability nurse and will be required to have a 2-1 or 1st Degree in a relevant subject.