Jobs: London

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer – Learning Disability Nursing

Opening Date:
10 Jan 2022
Closing Date:
20 Jan 2022
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The Role Forward-looking, focused and innovative: Kingston University is yours to achieve. You are resourceful, highly motivated, creative and ambitious then Kingston University is yours to achieve. We are seeking an enthusiastic individual with expertise in Learning Disabilities nursing practice to join our established team of academics to develop the future nursing and healthcare workforce. Articulate and well respected, in collaboration with the team you will design, develop, and deliver high quality, vibrant and innovative learning and teaching. You will teach on pre-registration nursing programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, taking the lead on modules where appropriate and within workforce development. In particular, you will have the ability to inspire our students and will have a keen interest in developing education. Alongside being involved in the pastoral care of students both within the University and in clinical practice, you will be encouraged and supported to further your interests in research, enterprise or professional practice. In this key role you will strive to enhance nursing and healthcare practice and the reputation of our School of Nursing in the field of Learning Disability nursing and healthcare across all domains of practice. The Person You will ideally be a nurse on the NMC register, educated to at least degree level, with experience of working with service users who have a learning disability. Equivalent professional qualifications considered. You are resourceful, highly motivated, creative and ambitious. You are interested in learning and teaching and can share your skills and expertise with the nursing and healthcare workforce of the future. A teaching qualification is desirable but non-essential. The Faculty supports new members of staff to gain appropriate qualifications and are keen to support ongoing academic and professional development. The Faculty The Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education brings together courses in education, health and social work. Our success is facilitated by a unique partnership between Kingston University and St George's, University of London. Our reputation for innovation in teaching, research excellence and graduate prospects attracts students with potential and ambition onto our wide range of courses. For further information and to arrange an informal discussion please contact Trish Griffin, Associate Professor at patricia.griffin@sgul.kingston.ac.uk

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer – Children’s Nursing

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10 Jan 2022
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20 Jan 2022
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The Role Forward-looking, focused and innovative. Kingston University is yours to achieve. Join our dynamic School of Nursing and take the opportunity to develop the future nursing and healthcare workforce. In this key role you will strive to enhance nursing and healthcare practice and the reputation of our School of Nursing in the area of children’s nursing and healthcare across all domains of practice. Articulate and well respected, you will teach on pre-registration nursing programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, taking the lead on modules where appropriate. In particular, you will have the ability to inspire our students and will have a keen interest in developing education. Alongside being involved in the pastoral care of students, you will be encouraged and supported to further your interests in research, enterprise or professional practice. The Person You will be a nurse on the NMC register, educated to at least degree level, with experience of working within the field of children’s nursing. Equivalent professional qualifications considered. You are resourceful, highly motivated and ambitious. You are interested in teaching and can share your skills and expertise with the nursing and healthcare workforce of the future. A teaching qualification is desirable but non-essential. The Faculty supports new members of staff to gain appropriate qualifications and are keen to support ongoing academic and professional development. The Faculty The Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education brings together courses in education, health and social work. Our success is facilitated by a unique partnership between Kingston University and St George's, University of London. Our reputation for innovation in teaching, research excellence and graduate prospects attracts students with potential and ambition onto our wide range of courses. For further information and to arrange an informal chat please contact Professor Jayne Price Professor of Children’s Nursing at j.e.price@sgul.kingston.ac.uk or Liz Crighton Associate Professor of Children’s Nursing at e.crighton@sgul.kingston.ac.uk

External Examiner BSc Paramedic Science

Opening Date:
24 Dec 2021
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31 Jan 2022
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St George's University of London is seeking an external examiner to support the pre-registration BSc paramedic science programme. We are a friendly team with almost 400 pre-registration students. External Examiners are important members of the team, whose opinions are valued and acted upon. We are looking for an HCPC registered paramedic employed within a higher education institution with at least two years of lecture experience, and five years post registration. The successful applicant will hold a minimum of a BSc in paramedic science. To ensure that there are no conflicts of interest you will not have studied at St George's University within the previous 5 years. We are looking to induct the successful applicant in early 2022. The role will involve providing feedback on four modules, across 3 academic levels, and will involve virtual or actual attendance at 2-3 exam boards per calendar year. This is an excellent development role for a paramedic lecturer, and the programme is in the process of revalidating for 2023 delivery. We will therefore be looking for a candidate who is energetic, enthusiastic, and looking to support the future proofing of a well established BSc programme. You will also be invited to attend workshops and on site OSCE's if your availability allows. All OSCE's are recorded, and external examiners will have access to the recordings to ensure video review. The position if for a 4 year tenure. For more information, or for an informal discussion, please contact Chris Baker, professional lead for the programme, at c.baker@sgul.kingston.ac.uk Applicants should forward the CV to Chris Baker before 16.00 on 31/01/2021. Further information about the programme can be found at: https://www.sgul.ac.uk/study/courses/paramedic-science

External examiner

Opening Date:
22 Dec 2021
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31 Jan 2022
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Kingston University is seeking to appoint an external examiner for a new online blended critical care nursing programme. The tenure is for four years with effect from March 2022. The new provision consists of one 15 credit and two 30 credit modules (L6/7), and prepares students to meet the Step 1, 2 and 3 competencies from the National Competency Framework for Registered Nurses in Adult Critical Care. The first intake will start in January 2022 and the modules are HEE funded. Kingston University also has plans to validate undergraduate and postgraduate Healthcare Practice awards in March 2022 and, subject to validation, the role will include examining selected acute care modules offered within these programmes. The appointed examiner will be expected to attend up to four examination boards each year which are held at Kingston Hill Campus site, along with completion of an annual external examiner report. Expenses will be reimbursed, and an induction will be offered For further information please email Lee Lui, Senior Lecturer (L.Lui@sgul.kingston.ac.uk) Applications should be made by CV to Lee Lui together with a brief summary indicating any previous external examining experience.