External Examiner – BSc (Hons) General Practice Nursing

Opening Date:
18 Apr 2019
Closing Date:
31 May 2019
Salary Range:

The College of Human and Health Sciences is seeking an external examiner for the BSc (Hons)/ GradDip General Practice Nursing programme. The programme consists of two core modules with the remaining modules being optional; common optional modules selected by students include diabetes, respiratory and minor illness management modules.

Applicants should hold appropriate academic qualifications. We are looking for an external examiner who has experience of primary care nursing and in particular minor illness and diabetes management experience. The successful applicant will be asked to attend one examination board per year and submit an annual report following this.

Previous external examiner experience is desirable; however, those new to external examining are strongly encouraged to apply.

Essential Criteria:

  • Experience of delivering relevant programmes at HE level
  • Current NMC registration on the appropriate part of the register

Date of appointment: September 2019 – September 2023

Programme details will be provided to the appointee and induction/training offered.

Please note that due to existing external examiner arrangements we are not able accept applications from staff in the following institutions: Bangor University, University of Bedfordshire, Birmingham City, Bournemouth University, Buckinghamshire New University, Cardiff University, Coventry University, Dundee University, Edge Hill University, Keele University, Kingston University and St George’s – University of London, Leeds Beckett, Liverpool John Moores, The University of Liverpool, Manchester Met, Middlesex University, Queen’s University Belfast, Salford, South Wales University, Trinity College Dublin, Ulster University, University of Cumbria, University of Sheffield, University West of England, University of Wolverhampton & University of Worcester.

Please send expressions of interest and CV to programme director, Jonathan Thomas, Jonathan.w.thomas@swansea.ac.uk