The University of Worcester has a reputation for contemporary and innovative Nursing and Midwifery provision. Our NMC approved programmes are nationally recognised for their high quality, student satisfaction and sustained high employability of our alumni. In this context, the School of Nursing and Midwifery is seeking to appoint an outstanding academic or practitioner who will join a highly professional and motivated team to teach across our nursing programmes.
The post holder will be committed to promoting academic enquiry, helping develop critical thinking in students by supporting safe, effective and evidence-based practice. The focus of this post is on the delivery of our clinical skills, simulation and practice agenda. There will also be an opportunity to deliver anatomy and physiology sessions within our pre-registration nursing programmes. By providing expert knowledge, you will lead agreed modules, assess students and supervise research projects. Participating in professional scholarship and re-validation will also be essential. The candidate should be able to draw upon his or her own subject knowledge to design teaching sessions that maximise the integration of theory to practice.
The School is committed to inter-disciplinary simulated learning and the successful candidate will further enhance these developments. The post holder will be expected to teach a range of core clinical skills within the nursing programmes, which will include student assessment.
Short-listed candidates will be invited to interview and will be asked to deliver a twenty-minute teaching session to a small panel role-playing 1st year pre-registration nursing students on the following topic: ‘Introduction to the respiratory system’
The Chair of this group will provide feedback on the presentation to the interview panel.
For an informal discussion please contact Dr Kay Norman, Head of Department on 01905 542665 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: Applicants for this vacancy should email email@example.com to request an application pack, and are requested not to apply using this website. The University will be moving to a new recruitment system service on 26 November 2019, and this vacancy will be re-advertised on that date until closing on 9 December 2019, at which point the shortlisting process will begin.