Lecturer Adult Nursing (0.6 FTE) Western Isles

Opening Date:
22 Jan 2024
Closing Date:
11 Feb 2024
Salary Range:

We are seeking to recruit a committed and enthusiastic individual as a Lecturer who would value the opportunity to be involved in the education of the next generation of nurses and health care professionals and contribute to pre and post-registration education. Depending on experience there are opportunities for teaching and research or teaching and scholarship positions.

Applicants must be an experienced Nurse who is on Part 1 of the register, who wishes to develop their career to provide high quality and innovative teaching to students undertaking undergraduate education in the Department of Nursing and Midwifery.

Ideally applicants should have experience of teaching and learning of pre and post-registration students. Experience of delivering academic education and a recognised teaching qualification is desirable, but not essential.

The successful candidate will join a team committed to enhancing education of nurses, midwives and allied health professionals (NMAHPs) across the Highland and Islands and further afield. This is an academic post within the Centre for Rural Health Sciences, which is part of a wider established academic team, involving NMAHP education, research and pedagogical activity.

The University offers academic and professional development and the opportunity to undertake a Postgraduate Certificate Teaching Qualification for individuals who do not hold a recognised teaching qualification. You will be supported to develop your interests in order to progress your career.

We would particularly welcome applications from those who have an interest in:

  • Long term conditions
  • Clinical skills
  • Community nursing
  • Quality Improvement

The Centre of Rural Health Sciences is part of the university’s Health, Social Care and Life Sciences subject area that brings together all health researchers and related teaching at UHI. Based in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, we have a campus in Inverness, the capital of the Scottish Highlands, and in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. We provide accessible, evidence informed education for nurses and other health and social care professionals, including undergraduate and postgraduate students, and are committed to supporting our students to make a significant contribution to the care of patients and the public.

We foster a strong research community locally and build research collaborations nationally and internationally in order to conduct high quality applied research that improves health and wellbeing within the Highlands and Islands and addressing key health questions relevant to Scotland and beyond.

We have expertise in developing novel interventions and evaluating existing health and social care services and have highly experienced researchers and behavioural scientists.

Interviews will be held by videoconferencing on Monday 19th February 2024.