Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing

Opening Date:
24 Feb 2023
Closing Date:
26 Mar 2023
Salary Range:

Full-time permanent post at Wolverhampton City Campus
Part-time and/or Job Share would be considered

We are seeking candidates for the role of senior lecturer in mental health nursing to contribute to the provision of our pre and post registration nursing education programmes. Experience of teaching is essential and candidates with a research profile are welcomed.

The University of Wolverhampton holds a distinctive place within the higher education sector, and is one of the most successful modern universities, delivering excellence in teaching and research, widening access, and in business engagement. Today as the ‘University of Opportunity’, the University is an integral part of economic growth and social change within the West Midlands and beyond.

The Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing has over 500 staff members and 11,000 students. The School of Nursing delivers a wide range of professionally qualifying nursing courses. We have state-of the-art, newly developed skills centres to offer hands-on teaching of nursing and healthcare professions skills through a comprehensive range of state of the art equipment.

Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing key roles and responsibilities

  • Support the delivery of the nursing curricula and the specialist mental health related modules
  • Take responsibility for the design, content and delivery of specific areas of teaching and learning
  • Contribute to the wider student experience through personal tutoring, classroom teaching and providing support in and outside the classroom
  • Assist in student recruitment activities, including interviews, open days and external recruitment events
  • The role may require cross-campus working

To be successful in the Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing role you will

  • Be educated to Master’s level or evidence of level 7 study and will be registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council as a registered Mental Health Nurse
  • Have an excellent knowledge of contemporary mental health nursing practice
  • Be willing to undertake a Post Graduate Certificate in Education if not already achieved. Have an awareness of teaching and learning methodologies, and demonstrate enthusiasm for innovative teaching and supporting the development of learners.
  • The University operates an employee assistance and benefit scheme and you will be supported to realise your potential with support for ongoing training and education.

For further information or an informal discussion, Alison Hay, Martin Bollard or Ruth Handley Principle Lecturers for Nursing