Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Nursing (Acute / Critical Care)

Opening Date:
26 Aug 2021
Closing Date:
26 Sep 2021
Salary Range:

The Role

Forward-looking and innovative, join our dynamic School of Nursing and contribute to the development of the nursing and healthcare workforce. In this role you will strive to enhance the reputation of our School of Nursing in the area of acute and critical care. Articulate and well respected, you will teach on nursing programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, taking the lead on modules where appropriate. You will have the ability to inspire our students and will have a keen interest in developing pre-registration and post-qualifying education. Alongside being involved in the pastoral care of students, you will be encouraged and supported to further your interests in scholarship or professional practice.

The Person

You will be passionate about acute and critical care nursing, and will be abreast of local and national developments in these areas of practice. Clinically up-to-date, you will have excellent communication skills and demonstrate the confidence to inspire a diverse range of post-qualifying and pre-registration students. It is likely that you will be a nurse lecturer in acute or critical care nursing. Alternatively, you may be a highly qualified clinical nurse specialist, lecturer/practitioner, or practice educator with extensive acute or critical care experience who is keen to consolidate a career in higher education. Whatever your background, you’ll have NMC registration and a Master’s degree in the field of nursing/healthcare (or be working towards this). It’s also likely you’ll have a teaching qualification, such as the UKPSF2 or PGCHE. The Faculty supports new members of staff to gain appropriate qualifications and are keen to support ongoing academic and professional development.

The Faculty

School of Nursing

Our people are passionate about developing nurses for the future, in each of the four fields of nursing – adult, child, learning disability and mental health.

We support our students to ensure they get the skills and knowledge they need to make a lasting impact on society.

As part of the joint faculty with St George’s, University of London, we have access to industry-leading research for nursing and health professions.