Turning Passion into Purpose. The Division of Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Nursing at London South Bank University run vibrant, well established, and well-regarded programmes in Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Nursing. We are seeking to complement our team during a period of maternity leave and we are looking for a Mental Health Nurse with up-to-date clinical skills who will deliver highly effective Teaching, Learning and Assessment. In your role you will be encouraged and supported to further your interests in research, enterprise, and professional practice.
The successful applicant will be able to deliver a high-quality undergraduate, postgraduate education, as well engagement with research and enterprise activities.
Research, knowledge transfer, income generation and international collaborations in the subject area are all desirable attributes.
- You will need to be an experienced nurse with a passion for passing on your knowledge and experience.
- You will be capable of challenging our students, enabling them to meet the physical health needs of our service users.
The successful applicant will need to be student focused in their approach and be willing to use and learn the latest thinking in digital and technological tools for student support and learning.
The opportunity to contribute to the development of the curriculum.
The opportunity to work with a highly motivated, vibrant team of academics.
Research & Enterprise development opportunities.
Location: Southwark location in central London with easy access to businesses and academic communities across London.
Our exciting new campus in Croydon with the opportunity to contribute to the development and growth of this new hub.
Benefits and How to Apply:
As a leading Higher Education Institution LSBU offers staff a highly competitive benefits package including holiday entitlement starting at 35 days per annum, professional development opportunities and flexible working. Full details on the range of benefits we offer can be found here.
The person specification for this role alongside applicant guidance on what to submit within your application can be found within the candidate pack attached. Applications must be submitted via the “Apply Online” button below.
For an informal conversation ahead of applying please feel free to contact the hiring manager for this position, Dr Audley Graham, Head of Division Mental Health & Learning Disabilities email@example.com
The closing date for applications is Wednesday 3rd January 2024 at 11.59pm
Interview/assessment – week commencing TBC
We are happy to talk flexible working and reasonable adjustments and aim to make our recruitment and selection process accessible to all, please contact us to discuss any support you need. The diversity of LSBU’s staff and students is a source of our strength and the richness of ideas and perspectives that this diversity brings makes LSBU a unique place to work.
This post is eligible for sponsorship under the UKVI Skilled Worker route, more details on this can be found within the candidate pack.
If you have any questions related to your application, please email the recruitment team firstname.lastname@example.org
We reserve the right to close the vacancy early, should we receive sufficient applications.