Senior Lecturer in Nursing (Adult)

Opening Date:
10 Jun 2024
Closing Date:
14 Jul 2024
Salary Range:

Do you want to be involved in shaping Nursing and Allied Health Education in Wales? YES? – then read on: Wrexham University (WU) is delighted to be in a position to advertise for a Senior Lecturer (Adult)post within the Faculty of Social and Life Sciences Nursing and Allied Health Professions department.

The nursing programme offers exciting opportunities to contribute to delivery of our HEIW commissioned programme. Applicants must have current Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) registration, experience in teaching and supporting student nurses and experience in relevant clinical areas.

Successful candidates will be committed to ensuring accessible routes into nursing are in place in support of the development of a future workforce who are truly representative of the people of Wales. Our innovative “introduction to the profession” short courses are an example of such accessibility. WGU’s Active Learning Framework (ALF) will form the basis of all curriculum developments. This innovative learning blend helps to ensure that students access their teaching and learning in the ways that are best suited to certain activities.

Successful candidates will build upon existing strong partnerships to work closely with HEIW, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB), Powys Teaching Health Board, Welsh Ambulance Service Trust (WAST) and other stakeholders to ensure that the curriculum is closely aligned to service needs.

There is a strong focus on inter-professional education and this takes place with shared learning outcomes throughout our professional health programmes (including our already highly regarded Occupational Therapy (No.1 in Wales*), Physiotherapy and Adult Nursing programmes (No.1 in Wales for Nursing), as well as in some cases with other Higher Education (HE) partners.

To discuss further please contact Karen Griffiths on or to apply please use this link:

Interviews and a ten-minute ‘micro-teach’ will take place on the Plas Coch campus during week-commencing 22 July 2024.