Associate Professor, Adult Nursing

Opening Date:
23 Nov 2018
Closing Date:
9 Dec 2018
Salary Range:

The role
As Associate Professor, you’ll be a real catalyst at the heart of the faculty, designing, developing, delivering and critically evaluating a vital range of study programmes. We’ll look to you to identify, promote and deliver innovative, practical and inclusive practice in learning and teaching. You’ll also make a real impact on School of Nursing’s leadership and management, influencing the delivery of high-calibre research and enterprise, and activities.

The person
We require ambitious academic professionals looking to seize this opportunity with both hands and, not only do it well, but use it as a springboard for promotion into a full professor role.

A UK qualified Adult Nurse, you will have experience in teaching Adult Nursing, leading modules and developing innovative curriculum. You will be able to offer high quality teaching through lectures, and be skilled in providing advice and support to students. You will be an excellent communicator and collaborator, and enjoy working with colleagues from across the school’s disciplines. You will have an established or emerging research profile, and will contribute to our research standing through, for example, practice-based research, published papers/publications, successful research or enterprise funding bids, and possibly PhD supervision.

Applicants will be required to demonstrate that they meet Kingston University standards in learning and teaching, and research. By the end of the probation period, you must have achieved the relevant level of UKPSF recognition (if this has not already been obtained).

The Faculty
At Kingston University’s Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, our unique position opens up almost limitless opportunities. Our ground-breaking partnership with St George’s, University of London brings together internationally-renowned research capabilities and a reputation for teaching excellence.
For further information, contact Dr Julia Gale, Head of School of Nursing,