Looking for a change?
If you are seeking an exciting opportunity that will challenge and help you develop, we are currently recruiting for posts within our team.
The Children’s Nursing Division at London South Bank University one of the largest in the U.K. Our students are placed at hospitals in across London and the South East. We are interested in individuals who would enjoy inspiring the next generation of nurses reach their full potential.
Our ideal Lecturer / Senior Lecturer candidate will have a passion for teaching and significant experience of working in children and young people’s nursing practice. As well as thriving in a collaborative environment, maintaining a perspective on the collective needs of the department, you will be equally capable of working autonomously, trusted to use your initiative and to take ownership of those areas within your responsibility. Part-time positions we will be considered.
Exciting work you will do
One of our key strengths is that we have a diverse range of backgrounds and foster a collaborative and supportive working environment. We offer many opportunities to develop both in the classroom and beyond. To ensure every new lecturer is successful, training and scholarly activities are promoted to progress in their career.
Alongside traditional teaching methods we strive to develop independent student learning strategies using innovative teaching methods. We believe that one of the most effective ways of supporting students to make their way in the university is in providing strong academic support.
The skills and experience you will need to be successful
Possession of a higher degree is essential, possession of a teaching qualification is desirable at Lecturer level, and essential for a Senior Lecturer position. Preference will be given to candidates with experience of working in a hospital or community setting as a children’s nurse.
Details about the role
This role is on a full-time and permanent basis.
The nature of this post is such that the post-holder is expected to work such hours as are reasonably necessary in order to fulfil your duties and responsibilities.
For full-time posts, formal scheduled teaching
responsibilities should not exceed 18 hours in any week or a total of 550 in the teaching year. Please note that the University is operating a hybrid working model which means a mix of working on site and from home, confirmation of days worked on campus are arranged with the line manager.
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To apply, please complete our online application form ensuring to address the essential selection criteria in the ‘Evidence for selection criteria’ section.
For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Stuart Hibbins via email email@example.com
Interview and assessment process
The closing date of this post is Sunday 7th August midnight
It is expected that the interview/presentation will be held on 31st August/ 1st September 2022.
Please Note: The Job Reference # for this post is REQ7344
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