Applications are invited from UK Registered Adult Nurses for a new full-time post as a Teaching Fellow (R210027) or Senior Teaching Fellow in Nursing (R210028). The successful applicant will be expected to support/lead the design, development and accreditation of a new undergraduate nursing programme. Once accreditation is secured, the post-holder will contribute to the teaching, learning and assessment of nursing students, along with other healthcare undergraduate and postgraduate students.
This is an opportunity to join one of the foremost universities in the UK and applicants must demonstrate an enthusiasm for education and a commitment to the development of non-medical clinical practitioners. The College of Health and Life Sciences at Aston University is a leading provider of healthcare education and training, which is completed by its world-class research activity.
Applicants must hold full NMC registration (Adult branch) and experience as an independent prescriber is desirable. The successful applicant will be expected to take a proactive role in the development of nursing education within the College and will be encouraged to contribute to scholarship within the discipline. Experience of NMC accreditation processes is desirable.
Informal enquires about these posts may be made to Professor Chris Langley, Deputy Dean of the College of Health and Life Sciences by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.