Do you have a passion for transforming lives through education in a growing School of Health Sciences? We are expanding our academic team, to include a Senior Lecturer who has experience in the development and leadership of student support across our education environment.
We are looking for people with substantial experience and leadership skills related to higher education, who can contribute to our education programmes. You may be a registered nurse or have substantial experience of healthcare education and you should be educated to Masters or PhD level, demonstrating strong interest and success in education.
You will have skills to support the University’s transformational goals through learning, teaching, assessment and scholarship activities, which aim to provide an excellent student experience.
We have a vibrant academic community, with a skilled and enthusiastic team, delivering first-class education that directly enhances health outcomes. We offer a large undergraduate nursing programme and a range of postgraduate programmes for health professionals. We have a diverse student population and programmes are delivered on our Dundee and Kirkcaldy campuses as well as online.
This is an exciting opportunity to develop your career in a supportive environment that strongly encourages innovation and professional development. We collaborate extensively with external partners, and every member of staff can benefit from being part of world leading research and education collaborations. We offer a positive induction into our community and you can hear this first-hand from recent recruits here:
Successful candidates can negotiate to be based on either the Dundee or Kirkcaldy campus, to ease travel and family commitments. However, candidates must be prepared to travel between campuses for teaching and other activities. We also support hybrid working. The diversity of our community helps to make the University of Dundee a UK University of choice for staff and students.
As well as contributing to learning and teaching activities across the School’s portfolio, your role will be to review, inform and lead student support across our pre-registration and postgraduate programmes, as well as leading and providing support for Advisers of Studies.
Your learning and teaching activities will be focused on contributing to our pre-registration nursing and postgraduate programmes. Your scholarly or research activity will be linked to educational innovation and development, or to our world leading research themes: maternal and infant health, and people, health and communities. We welcome applications from people who meet the essential criteria, as set out in the further particulars.
Key components of the role include:
- Student support activities
- Learning, teaching and assessment
- Other educational activities
- Supervising postgraduate students
- Collaborative and interdisciplinary work
- High quality scholarly activity
For further information please contact: Lynn Griffin, Associate Dean for Learning and Teaching.