About the job
Part time: 0.5FTE (18.5 hours per week)
Interview date: 19 July 2023
The Faculty of Health, Education and Society are seeking to appoint a Lecturer to contribute to the development, delivery, and assessment of our Advanced Nursing portfolio. This will include working with teams from our partner organisations to provide academic quality assurance processes.
The successful applicant will support the teaching, learning and assessment of post registration students both on campus and online via active blended learning. The learner voice and experience will be central to all aspects of course delivery.
The post holder, as delegated, will be responsible for ensuring adherence to quality assurance processes and professional regulatory requirements to support the high-quality delivery of this portfolio of education.
The post is a 0.5 FTE (18.5 hours per week) permanent post. Days and hours of working can be negotiated prior to acceptance of this post.
For further information or to discuss the vacancy, please contact Tracey Ali, Deputy Head of Nursing (CPD and Partnerships):
We want you to be able to carry out your work in a way that best supports UON and our students, but also you as an individual. We understand this may vary between different areas of the university as well as from one person to another. With Smarter Working you can work with increased flexibility, if you would like to, which can facilitate greater freedom and autonomy.
This post is subject to a background disclosure check by the Disclosure and Barring Service before any appointment can be confirmed.
You must be an experienced Registered Nurse or Lecturer who can evidence and demonstrate their ability to work across the post-registration curriculum.
You will possess good communication, digital and organisational skills.
The post holder will be expected to demonstrate up-to-date understanding of the NMC standards/proficiencies and contemporary nursing practice. Previous experience of teaching and academic assessment of students would be an advantage although support and development will be available.
- Degree qualification or equivalent in relevant subject
- Master’s degree in relevant subject
- Current registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council
- Professional Recognition as HEA Fellow (D2) or teaching qualification recognised by HESA, or willingness to obtain within an agreed timescale
Doctorate in relevant subject, completed or within 12 months of completion
Right to Work
All candidates will be asked to provide proof of eligibility to work in the UK at interview.
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