We are looking for a part time Lecturer/Senior in Mental Health Nursing to join our growing nursing team. Expertise in addressing the parity of esteem between physical and mental health would be an advantage. You will support the development and delivery of our new Mental Health and dual field Nursing programmes. You will work across the University and practice learning settings and provide teaching and support to both students and staff. You will also develop the Lived Experience Facilitator project – where people with lived experience of mental/physical health are trained to support students during placement.
We are seeking applications from experienced and highly motivated candidates who have a strong track record in mental/physical healthcare and education. This role is funded by Health Education England and has been developed in partnership with South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust. The post is fixed-term for 12-months.
At Roehampton, we change lives by helping our students to develop the confidence, knowledge and adaptability they need for a successful graduate career and fulfilling life.
We are a supportive, close-knit and inclusive community, with a proud history in higher education stretching back more than 175 years. Our values come from this rich history, built on community, engagement and partnership, with a belief that no matter their background, we can help our students realise their ambitions. Our graduates today have excellent employment prospects, and are part of a thriving global community of Roehampton alumni.
We provide an engaging portfolio of courses across the creative arts, social sciences, law, humanities, literature, education, business, and human and life sciences, including nursing. We also have an excellent research profile. With international reach, our research informs policy, enriches culture and improves people’s lives.
We are based on a beautiful 64-acre parkland campus, located in the heart of south-west London. Our staff have access to excellent facilities and a generous range of staff benefits.
The University supports the NHS Track and Trace system and your Roehampton point of contact will keep a temporary record of all visitors for 21 days to assist NHS Test and Trace with requests for data.
The safety of staff, students and the wider community is our priority and work will continue across the University to ensure we always meet the safety standards set by the government. The University of Roehampton has recently passed the NQA Covid Secure Guideline Verification that assesses how organisations meet the government guidance to create Covid safe environments.
To find out more information about the role and what we’re looking for, visit the Working at Roehampton section of our website where you will find full details, how to apply, as well as further information about the benefits of working for us. Alternatively, you can email the Director of Nurse Education, Paul Newcombe and arrange an informal visit on firstname.lastname@example.org
It is expected that interviews will be held on: 26 November 2021