Grade 7-9 (Academic) (£37,467 – £60,022)
Do you have a passion for transforming lives through education and research in a growing School of Health Sciences? We are the in the top 20 universities in the UK (Guardian University Guide 2021) and 90% of our publications are world-leading or internationally excellent (REF 2021).
We are likely to appoint at lecturer level but in exceptional circumstances may appoint at senior lecturer grade.
Your learning and teaching activities will be focused on contributing to pre-registration nursing and postgraduate programmes. Your research activity will link to one of our world leading research themes: maternal and infant health, and people, health and communities.
We welcome applications from people who meet the essential criteria and are particularly interested in applicants with research experience related to maternal and infant health, rehabilitation, ageing and older adults, substance misuse, quantitative methods or statistics.
Essential and desirable criteria for the posts are set out in the further particulars. Key priorities include:
- Learning, teaching and assessment and other educational activities;
- Acting as Advisor of Studies;
- Supervising postgraduate students
- Collaborative research including preparing grant applications, undertaking research and producing publications;
- Other high quality research and engagement activities.
We are looking for lecturers who can contribute to teaching and research within the school of Health Sciences. You may be a registered nurse, health professional or researcher currently working in a clinical area, education or research. You should be educated to PhD level and can demonstrate interest and success in education and research.
You will have skills to help support the University’s transformational goals through engaging in education and research. The posts have a teaching focus with a 30% time allocation for research.
We have a vibrant academic community, with a skilled and enthusiastic team, delivering a range of education programmes and undertaking world-leading research that directly enhances health outcomes.
We offer an exciting opportunity to develop an academic career in a supportive environment that strongly encourages innovation and professional development. We collaborate extensively with external partners, and staff can benefit from being part of world leading research and education collaborations.
The SHS has campuses in Dundee and Kirkcaldy. Successful candidates can negotiate which of these would be their base, to ease travel and family commitments. However, candidates must be prepared to travel between campuses for teaching and other activities. We also support hybrid working.
The diversity of our community helps to make the University of Dundee a UK University of choice for staff and students. Our inclusive workplace offers staff access to family friendly policies, staff networks for BME, disabled and LGBTQ+ staff, membership of Athena SWAN, the Race Equality Charter and Stonewall, as well a full range of disability services.
For more information and to apply, please go to our website www.dundee.ac.uk/work-for-us
Interviews are scheduled for Friday 9th September 2022.