Reader/Senior Lecturer, School of Nursing & Health Care

Opening Date:
25 May 2022
Closing Date:
22 Jun 2022
Salary Range:

We have an opportunity for a Reader/Senior Lecturer within the School of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing (Nursing & Health Care School).

The Nursing & Health Care School at the University of Glasgow is consistently ranked as one of the top Schools in the UK for nursing education. At undergraduate level, we offer an Honours Degree in Nursing (4 years) and our highly valued graduates have excellent employment prospects. We also offer a BSc with Honours in Nursing jointly with the Singapore Institute of Technology.

The School also offers a flexible programme of multi-professional postgraduate courses that may be taken individually or used towards a Postgraduate Certificate, Diploma or Masters degree. We also have a Masters in Palliative Care in the college delivered by online distance learning. We also have a thriving community of postgraduate research students, from both the United Kingdom and overseas

Job Purpose
To make a substantial and positive contribution to leading and enhancing research activity and play a leading role in research programmes within the School of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing (Nursing & Health Care School) in line with the College research strategy. To contribute to the development of innovations in teaching, supervision, mentoring and knowledge transfer, in the field of nursing and health care, ideally in the research areas of palliative and end of life care or supportive care in cancer, working in collaboration with the Clinical Professor of Nursing and Palliative Care, the University and NHS partners. To initiate, lead and conduct original research, attracting grant funding to the Nursing & Health Care School. To supervise PhD and other Post Graduate Research (PGR) students in Nursing. In addition, to contribute to the development of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching within the School.

Further details available here:

Informal enquiries should be directed to Professor Bridget Johnston: