We are interested in individuals who would enjoy inspiring the next generation of nurses to reach their full potential. Our ideal candidate will have significant clinical experience as an Adult Nurse and a passion for education and continuous personal and professional development. As well as thriving in a collaborative environment and maintaining a perspective on the collective needs of the department, you will be capable of working autonomously, using your initiative and taking ownership of those areas within your responsibility.
Exciting work you will do
The Adult Nursing Division at LSBU is one of the largest in the U.K., with campuses in Southwark, Croydon and Havering. Our students are placed in hospitals across London and the South East. We are a friendly and compassionate team with a diverse range of backgrounds. Our ethos is to foster a collaborative and supportive working environment. We offer many opportunities for new lecturers to develop and be successful, from workshops to Teaching Qualifications, Masters’s Degrees, Professional Doctorates, PHDs and beyond.
You will contribute to the development, delivery and evaluation of learning and teaching activities in our well-established pre and post-registration Adult Nursing courses. You will use effective learning techniques to engage and support students, including supporting recruitment and assessment as required. Research, publications and presenting are also important elements of the role. You will contribute to maintaining our team ethos whilst building effective working relationships with internal and external partners.
The skills and experience you will need to be successful
You will be a Registered Nurse with the NMC as an Adult Nurse and hold an Honours Degree (or equivalent) or higher in a relevant area. For the Senior Lecturer post, a master’s degree and a Teaching Qualification are essential (successful candidates will be supported to study for one and will be offered the role at Grade 7).
You will have experience in supporting student learning in either a practice or classroom setting. For the Senior Lecturer, you’ll also demonstrate experience in facilitating student learning in a University setting (e.g. student nurses). It’s key to understand current NMC requirements and standards of proficiency, and for the Senior Lecturer also evidence of evidence-based teaching practice. You will be able to demonstrate evidence of teamworking and working autonomously as well as having excellent written and verbal communication skills. You will need to be student-focused in your approach and be willing to use and learn the latest thinking in digital and technological tools for student support and learning.
Details about the role
Please note there are 4 positions available;
3x posts are offered at Grade 7
1x post offered at Grade 8
Permanent / Fulltime FTE 1.0 / Monday to Friday (working 35 hours per week, part-time also available and will be considered).
Please note that the University is operating a hybrid working model which means a mix of working on-site and from home, confirmation of days worked on campus is arranged with the line manager.
For further information and to apply see https://jobs.lsbu.ac.uk/tlive_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID%3d222813BigT%1BUSESSION=7C7CEB84EF79F982A30CA72BA165CED6&WVID=46197623lw&LANG=USA