Lecturer in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing 15561

Opening Date:
3 Jan 2024
Closing Date:
4 Feb 2024
Salary Range:

Located in Department of Health Sciences, based in College of Health, Medicine & Life Sciences

Part Time (0.4 fte)
Permanent post Ref No 4260
Location: Brunel University London, Uxbridge Campus

Salary (Grade 8): £44,240 to £56,903 per annum inclusive of London Weighting with the potential to progress to £63,706 per annum, inclusive of London Weighting, through sustained exceptional contribution (pro-rata if part-time)

As part of the planned expansion of the Division of Nursing we are looking to recruit, an NMC registered Specialist Community Public Health Nurse with a background in Occupational Health.

We seek individuals with the vision, commitment and academic ambition to contribute to the development and delivery of the Nursing programmes. You will have the opportunity to develop innovative teaching strategies to engender effective student engagement. You will teach in the new nursing simulation suites, classroom based and virtual learning settings. You will also support students in practice, work within a team, communicate effectively, work flexibly and meet deadlines.

This is an excellent opportunity for a Registered Nurse (NMC UK) Part 3 to be part of the innovative and supportive nursing programmes focusing on the educational needs of the students.

There are three types of contract at Brunel University London: Teaching & Research; Education and Professional Practice. This post is for a Lecturer Education, the post is for clinicians who want to make a move to academia. You will be responsible for teaching across a range of modules and will also be expected to engage in educational/pedagogical projects and research.

We offer a generous annual leave package plus discretionary University closure days, excellent training and development opportunities as well as a great occupational pension scheme and a range of health-related support. The University is committed to a hybrid working approach.

Interviews will take place on week commencing 20 February in person on campus