Department: School of Life and Health Science
Job title: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Nursing (Adult, Children’s or Mental Health), Full time or Part time
Grade: RU 08/09
Salary: £44,546 to £56,840 pa inclusive of London Weighting Allowance
The University of Roehampton London is recruiting to various full time, part time, permanent and fixed term roles within Nursing to join our expanding School of Life and Health Sciences. Those with a background in adult nursing, children’s nursing or mental health nursing are encouraged to apply
- An ambitious academic or practitioner with a bold vison who can deliver excellence in the field of Nursing?
- Passionate about enhancing the teaching and learning of students, as well as the continued success and development of our School’s expansive undergraduate and postgraduate portfolio?
- Enthusiastic about student-centred pedagogy?
- Experienced in facilitating Nurse education?
In this role you will:
- Play a significant part in teaching our Nursing programmes, as well as other areas of our core curriculum.
- Contribute to education delivery and development, across our range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
- Contribute to and enhance the teaching and learning, research and knowledge exchange reputation of the School.
- Be part of a community of academics and practitioners.
The School of Life and Health Sciences at the University of Roehampton is a relatively new provider of healthcare education but has quickly established a reputation for quality and innovation that helps students become successful individuals with rewarding careers within Nursing and Allied Health, regardless of their background and circumstances. The School is committed to delivering outstanding student outcomes and making a positive impact on society. We offer a variety of undergraduate and post graduate programmes across Nursing and Allied Health and have one of the fastest growing healthcare education portfolios in the UK, along with expanding infrastructure support including three state of the art clinical simulation suites.
Our community-focused healthcare programmes include Adult, Mental Health and Children’s Nursing, Nursing Associate apprenticeship, Physiotherapy and Advanced Clinical Practice. We are working with local stakeholders to develop further programmes including Occupational Therapy and Sports Therapy. We are very proud
of our 2023 NSS results with 96% and 93% positive scores in Mental Health and Adult Nursing respectively.
Why choose Roehampton?
- Work on our stunning 54-acre campus, with views over Richmond Park.
- Access the Teachers’ Pension Scheme.
- Benefit from our outstanding annual leave provision.
- Sector leading family friendly policies
To apply, please visit: https://www.roehampton.ac.uk/Working-at-Roehampton/
The closing date for completed applications is: 21 January 2024
To learn more about this post and for an informal conversation please contact Jo Rixon, Director of Nurse Education.
It is expected that interviews will be held late January or early February 2024
The University is committed to EDI and is a ‘disability confident’ employer.