Lecturer/Senior Lecturer – Nurse Prescribing and Physical Assessment (Adult)

Opening Date:
8 Dec 2020
Closing Date:
13 Dec 2020
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 non-medical prescribing, physical assessment and clinical decision-making. Articulate and well respected, you will teach on nursing programs 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 a well-qualified nurse lecturer, practice educator or experienced nurse practitioner keen to pursue a career in higher education. You will have a high level of clinical competence and current credibility as a nurse prescriber, and will have a background in general practice, acute care or community practice, with experience of managing care autonomously. Whatever your background, you will have NMC registration, the V300 non-medical prescribing qualification, physical assessment experience and consultation and decision-making skills. You will hold a master’s degree in the field of nursing/healthcare (or be working towards this). A teaching qualification is desirable but not essential as the Faculty supports new staff members to gain an appropriate teaching qualification.

The Faculty
A unique partnership between Kingston University and St George’s University of London, the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education is a leading provider of education in its field. Our reputation for innovation in teaching, research excellence and graduate prospects attracts students with potential and ambition onto our nursing, midwifery, social work, paramedic science, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, radiography and education courses.

For further information and to arrange an informal visit please contact, please contact Carmel Blackie, Associate Professor at C.Blackie@sgul.kingston.ac.uk or 07853 169 474.

Kingston University is committed to equality and we value the diversity of our staff and students.