Due to the growth of the nursing provision at UCB, this is an exciting opportunity for a Registered Adult Nurse with current clinical experience, to join our innovative and forwarding thinking nursing team as a Lecturer in Nursing.
In this role, the successful applicant will gain experience of teaching and assessing students across the range of Health and Nursing programmes, (including apprenticeships), in our new, purpose-built facilities in Moss House and the Health, Skills and Simulation Suite – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=id5xwZI5VEA
The applicant will provide specialist input to ensure that adult nursing principles are embedded in theory and practical sessions, across the nursing degree and nursing associate curricula.
Acting also as a Personal Tutor and Link Tutor, the role is multifaceted with the successful applicant supporting students throughout their university journey and their programme of study leading to registration with the NMC.
Educated to a minimum of degree level with current registration on the NMC register, is essential for this role, with experience of teaching and assessing students in clinical practice as a Practice Assessor with a knowledge of the Future Nurse: Standards of Proficiency (NMC, 2018).
Please indicate on your personal statement on your application form which clinical skills you have current clinical competency.
50 days’ paid leave per year
Teacher’s pension scheme
Excellent staff development opportunities
Salary sacrifice car leasing, tech and cycle schemes
Heavily-subsidised on-site car parking
Hybrid Working Opportunities
Closing Date – Friday 22 April 2022 at midday.
UCB is an equal opportunities employer.
UCB has a unique collaborative partnership with the University of Warwick (Ranked sixth in the 2022 Guardian League Tables and named the runner-up in the Times University of the Year 2022 and the Times University of the Year 2022 for Teaching Quality).
All applicants for employment at the University will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of the principles of Safeguarding and the PREVENT agenda in the context of further and higher education.