Associate Lecturer/Lecturer in Adult Social Care Nursing / Nursing Home Practice

Opening Date:
25 Jul 2022
Closing Date:
22 Aug 2022
Salary Range:

The University of Bolton is a “Teaching Intensive, Research Informed” higher education institution whose distinctive high quality, student-focussed, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes attract students from all over the world.

Our staff are at the heart of everything we do: they are highly qualified and experienced in their fields, supporting their teaching practice by carrying out quality research and engaging in continuous professional development. Our staff pride themselves on being outstanding professionals that provide excellent learning, teaching and applied research and support in the provision of custom-designed, industry led courses in numerous subject areas.

We are looking to recruit an Associate Lecturer in Nursing (Part-time, 0.4 FTE, fixed-term for upto 1 year) with the expansion of our school in our partner Satellite colleges and Practice Partners. This role will be based at Petroc College, Barnstaple (North Devon) and there will be an expectation that the successful candidate will travel to the University of Bolton to attend meetings and other events in order to meet the core business needs.

The key duties of the post holder will be to contribute to the delivery and teaching of the Higher Education Level 6 Advanced Professional Diploma (CPD) in Adult Social Care Nursing programme and provide additional support to the programme lead.

Having a first degree is a pre-requisite as is a Nursing and Midwifery (NMC) registration. We are particularly interested in candidates with contemporary experience in nursing home practice, dementia care and both clinical and educational practice within the nursing home environment.

The successful candidate should demonstrate a practical awareness of current developments in adult social care nursing and nursing home practice as well as being able to successfully support the impementation and delivery of an innovative and sector specific, Health Education England funded programme of study.