Jobs: £40-50k

Senior Lecturer – Programme Leader District Nurse Apprenticeship

Opening Date:
1 Jul 2022
Closing Date:
12 Jul 2022
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Location: Sunderland Campus Salary: £41,572 to £51,801 per annum Hours per Week: 37 Closing Date: Tuesday 12 July 2022 Reference: 0301-22 At the University of Sunderland our health programmes have gone from strength to strength in the past three years and we are offering an opportunity to join a dynamic and enthusiastic team as Senior Lecturer to lead our District Nursing Apprenticeship Programme. We offer an outstanding learning environment with simulated ward spaces, the Living Lab, state of the art equipment, along with award winning library and student support. Opportunities for personal development are outstanding and include the Helen McArdle Research Institute which uniquely enables all academics to engage with practice research. As well as being a Registered Nurse with the NMC, you will hold a specialist award in District Nursing at degree level and have experience in working with NMC approved programmes. You will have an understanding of inter professional working and learning and the ability develop and sustain effective relationships with a range of stakeholders. You will be able to work with complexity and demonstrate qualities and transferable skills required for the exercise of personal responsibility and largely autonomous initiative in complex and unpredictable situations, in professional or equivalent environments. For further information please contact Karen Giles, Team Leader: karen.giles@sunderland.ac.uk 0191 515 3195 Or visit https://jobs.sunderland.ac.uk/0301-22 to apply.

Lecturer – Department of Nursing and Midwifery

Opening Date:
1 Jul 2022
Closing Date:
17 Jul 2022
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The Department of Nursing and Midwifery is part of the university’s School of Health, Social Care and Life Sciences that brings together all health researchers and related teaching at UHI. Based in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, we have a campus in Inverness, the capital of the Scottish Highlands, and in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. We provide accessible, evidence informed education for nurses and other health and social care professionals, including undergraduate and postgraduate students, and are committed to supporting our students to make a significant contribution to the care of patients and the public. We foster a strong research community locally and build research collaborations nationally and internationally in order to conduct high quality applied research that improves health and wellbeing within the Highlands and Islands and addressing key health questions relevant to Scotland and beyond. We have expertise in developing novel interventions and evaluating existing health and social care services and have highly experienced researchers and behavioural scientists. https://www.uhi.ac.uk/en/staff/vacancies/lecturer---department-of-nursing-and-midwifery.html

Lecturer – Department of Nursing and Midwifery (part-time 0.5FTE)

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1 Jul 2022
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17 Jul 2022
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The Department of Nursing and Midwifery is part of the university’s School of Health, Social Care and Life Sciences that brings together all health researchers and related teaching at UHI. Based in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, we have a campus in Inverness, the capital of the Scottish Highlands, and in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. We provide accessible, evidence informed education for nurses and other health and social care professionals, including undergraduate and postgraduate students, and are committed to supporting our students to make a significant contribution to the care of patients and the public. We foster a strong research community locally and build research collaborations nationally and internationally in order to conduct high quality applied research that improves health and wellbeing within the Highlands and Islands and addressing key health questions relevant to Scotland and beyond. We have expertise in developing novel interventions and evaluating existing health and social care services and have highly experienced researchers and behavioural scientists. https://www.uhi.ac.uk/en/staff/vacancies/lecturer---department-of-nursing-and-midwifery-part-time-05fte.html

Research and Knowledge Exchange Fellow (in collaboration with Sunderland City Council)

Opening Date:
1 Jul 2022
Closing Date:
24 Jul 2022
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This role is also open to a job-share (18.5 hours per week) Situated within the School of Nursing and Health Sciences, the Helen McArdle Nursing and Care Research Institute carries out applied research and knowledge exchange activities across health and social care settings and has an ambitious growth plan. These strategic programmes are aligned to international, national and regional policy in these areas. Since opening, the Institute’s strategy has also evolved in response to key national and regional policy on the impact of the pandemic on the commissioning and delivery of services in the NHS, local authority, and care, alongside the evidenced widening of health inequalities. The Institute works collaboratively with external organisations from health, social care, local authority, academic, commercial, and professional bodies. These international, national, and regional partnerships produce co-designed research and knowledge exchange activities under the four Institute programmes and four workstreams to provide recommendations and solutions to health and wellbeing challenges across the continuum of care. Based in Sunderland City Council, working collaboratively with the Institute, you will further develop and sustain research and knowledge exchange activity and projects in health and health services research within the strategic aims of the Sunderland Healthy City Plan 2020-20, including addressing ways of reducing health inequalities aligned to the strategic programmes and workstreams of the Helen McArdle Nursing and Care Research Institute. The successful candidate will have a postgraduate qualification (MSc or higher) or equivalent in a health and care related subject, possess experience of undertaking successful research and knowledge exchange activity within a Higher Education context, including an in-depth knowledge of health inequalities and have a significant and successful track record of research and knowledge exchange activity including external funding, high quality publications and achieving impactful research. For any informal enquiries about the role, please email Dr Yitka Graham, Head of the Helen McArdle Nursing and Care Research Institute at yitka.graham@sunderland.ac.uk. All applications through the University of Sunderland's on-line application system

Associate Lecturer/Lecturer in Advanced Clinical Practice

Opening Date:
30 Jun 2022
Closing Date:
18 Jul 2022
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The University of Bolton is a “Teaching Intensive, Research Informed” higher education institution whose distinctive high quality, student-focussed, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes attract students from all over the world. Our staff are at the heart of everything we do: they are highly qualified and experienced in their fields, supporting their teaching practice by carrying out quality research and engaging in continuous professional development. Staff pride themselves on being outstanding professionals that provide excellent learning (including distance learning), teaching and applied research and support in the provision of custom-designed, industry led courses in numerous subject areas. The School of Clinical and Biomedical Sciences has a strong reputation and expertise in developing Advanced Practitioners within the North-West, and our Advanced Clinical Practice programmes are accredited by Health Education England. As we continue to grow, we are seeking clinicians to join our teaching team to contribute and teach on our clinical focused post graduate programmes. In addition to academic teaching responsibilities, you will also work closely with clinical colleagues in local NHS Trusts and organisations to support students during clinical learning experiences. You will have a first degree and post-graduate qualification in a relevant area together with strong clinical knowledge, healthcare experience and an understanding of advanced practice roles. You will have a strong understanding of current changes in health care practice and evolving developments in clinical practice. HCPC/NMC or equivalent registration is desirable. We are committed to teaching excellence and we’re keen to hear from you whether you are just embarking upon an academic career, seeking a new challenge, or a seasoned academic. There are 3 opportunities available (2 x permanent roles and 1 x fixed-term role initially for 12 months). All of the posts are full-time but we welcome applications from those seeking to work more flexibly, e.g. part-time, job share basis, or hourly paid.

Lecturer in Social Work

Opening Date:
30 Jun 2022
Closing Date:
29 Jul 2022
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The University of Bolton is a “Teaching Intensive, Research Informed” higher education institution whose distinctive high quality, student-focussed, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes attract students from all over the world. Our staff are at the heart of everything we do: they are highly qualified and experienced in their fields, supporting their teaching practice by carrying out quality research and engaging in continuous professional development. Staff pride themselves on being outstanding professionals that provide excellent learning, teaching and applied research and support in the provision of custom-designed, industry led courses in numerous subject areas. We are looking to appoint a Lecturer in Social Work. The key duties of the role holder will be to teach on the undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes across the Health & Wellbeing portfolio, and to contribute to the management of these programmes, where possible. It is expected that the role holder will contribute to the development of all facets of Social Work/Social Care within the subject group and to the wider portfolio of the Faculty. You will have a first degree in a relevant area and registration with Social Work England. Ideally you will have a teaching qualification and a PhD/Professional Doctorate or willing to complete in dedicated timescales. The successful candidate should demonstrate an awareness of current developments in Social Work as well as being able to facilitate the creation and maintenance of a range of links between academic research initiatives and employers. Relevant teaching and programme delivery experience, as well as being able to undertake appropriate subject specific research and/or advanced creative practice and/or enterprise activity is essential. For an informal chat about the opportunity please contact Simon Booth, Employee Experience & Resourcing Officer on 01204 903503 or s.booth@bolton.ac.uk.

Lecturer in Physiotherapy

Opening Date:
30 Jun 2022
Closing Date:
12 Jul 2022
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The University of Bolton is a “Teaching Intensive, Research Informed” higher education institution whose distinctive high quality, student-focussed, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes attract students from all over the world. Our staff are at the heart of everything we do: they are highly qualified and experienced in their fields, supporting their teaching practice by carrying out quality research and engaging in continuous professional development. Staff pride themselves on being outstanding professionals that provide excellent learning, teaching and applied research and support in the provision of custom-designed, industry led courses in numerous subject areas. The key duties of the post holder will be to manage, organise and expand the placement provision for undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapy programmes. You will have a first degree in Physiotherapy and have Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) membership and be registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC). The successful candidate should be a current practicing clinician and offer insight into applying their clinical knowledge into teaching. Ideally you will hold a teaching qualification and have membership of the Higher Education Academy. The successful candidate should demonstrate an awareness of the current developments in Physiotherapy as well as being able to facilitate the creation and and maintenance of a range of links between academic and research initiatives and employers. The role is full-time but we would welcome candidates wishing to work more flexibly, e.g.part-time or hourly paid.

Lecturer in Nursing/Academic Lead for Placement Learning

Opening Date:
29 Jun 2022
Closing Date:
20 Jul 2022
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Nursing is a growing subject area within the Faculty of Health Sciences at The University of Hull. Continued investment in facilities, equipment, and high-quality teaching and research staff has helped build our local, national and international reputation. Integral to our success has been a dedication to both teaching and research excellence along with top-class facilities. We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and experienced Lecturer in Nursing/Academic Lead for Placement learning to work with the Nursing Department and NHS partners to support the curriculum development and delivery of both the traditional and Apprenticeship variants of the Adult Nursing programmes. This post has a strong focus on leadership of placement learning across our nursing and nursing associate programmes. In addition the successful candidate will develop the academic curriculum and provide teaching support for complimentary programmes within our portfolio. This post will also involve the supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate students, including practice placements and research. The post holder will have experience in teaching and learning and will meet the essential criteria outlined in the person specification. The availability of state-of-the-art equipment and facilities supported by dedicated technical staff provides numerous teaching and research opportunities for staff and students. You should have excellent organisational, inter-personal, and communication skills, a student-centred approach, and have a passion for research and knowledge exchange activities as well as continued professional development. If you are ambitious, can contribute to our vision and mission, and have the drive to take us forward, we would be delighted to hear from you. You will be required to deliver a 15 minute oral presentation as part of the interview process. This post may require an enhanced DBS check for an Adult & Child Workforce. To discuss this role informally, please contact Victoria Hewson (Head of Department, Email:V.Hewson@hull.ac.uk For more information see our website https://jobs.hull.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?id=7312&forced=2

Lecturer in Prescribing/Advanced Practice

Opening Date:
28 Jun 2022
Closing Date:
17 Jul 2022
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The School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of Plymouth is a provider of first class contemporary education, informed by research and innovation. We offer a contemporary and dynamic multi-professional Independent Prescribing course that offers students a robust framework to pursue a career in clinical practice. The school is looking for an exceptional individual with experience and enthusiasm for Prescribing to join the existing team as we expand our provision across the Peninsula. We are committed to providing students with innovative and high quality postgraduate programmes that meet the needs of clinicians and service, which prepare the next generation of practitioners across clinical disciplines to deliver high quality, safe, competent and evidenced based practice for their patients. Should an applicant have the necessary experience and is interested in leading the prescribing provision in the school we would explore this at interview. There would be remuneration attached to the lead role. The School works in partnership with local NHS trusts to drive forward clinical research and support students in their learning to become the best nurses and midwives they can be. State-of-the-art facilities and equipment help students maximise their potential and develop their core skills, preparing them to embark on exciting and rewarding careers. The School offers further support for student career and professional development in the areas of healthcare, surgical care practice, emergency care and general practice nursing. An interdisciplinary approach to research covers sustainability, the evolution of services, use of new genetic knowledge and technologies, the ageing population, use of internet and mobile technologies, changes in clinical education, contemporary nursing, and how knowledge is translated into practice and policy. The University of Plymouth has a strong interdisciplinary research ethos which is supported by our three strategic Research Institutes: the Marine Institute, the Sustainable Earth Institute, and the Plymouth Institute of Health and Care Research. As a member of our academic community, you’ll be expected to contribute to our recognised research strengths. Working holistically across the University, you will be challenged to innovate, collaborate and deliver impactful research contributions as part of a systems thinking approach to addressing today’s global challenges. You should possess appropriate professional qualifications, registration with either GPhC, HCPC or NMC is essential, relevant post registration experience as a Prescriber, a higher Degree in health or a related subject, relevant postgraduate qualifications and a teaching qualification (or be willing to work to achieve this). A relocation package may be available to the successful candidate, conditions apply. For an informal discussion please contact Dr Tracey Harding by email tracey.harding@plymouth.ac.uk. This role will require an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check plus a Children’s Barred List check. Please demonstrate how you meet the essential criteria outlined in the knowledge, qualifications, training and experience elements of the job description in your supporting statement. This is a full-time position working 37 hours per week on a permanent basis. Job share/part time hours will be considered. Interviews are likely to take place week commencing 8th August 2022.

Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing

Opening Date:
27 Jun 2022
Closing Date:
14 Jul 2022
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The University of Chichester is ranked 7th for student satisfaction with teaching and is one of the top 25 Universities in the country (Guardian 2022). Our mission is to provide outstanding education and advance knowledge within a supportive community. We are expanding our Nursing academic provision within our new School of Nursing and Allied Health; this is an exciting opportunity to help grow and shape the future of our Nursing and Allied Health workforce in West Sussex. Our Pre-Registration Adult Nursing courses are commended by the NMC for academic quality, innovation and close relationships to healthcare and wider sectors in which our graduates work. Led by an ambitious development strategy, an opportunity has arisen to appoint a Senior Lecturer in Nursing to enable successful implementation and enhancement of our portfolio. At Senior Lecturer level the post holder will be expected to be a programme lead for new courses and engage in the planning, design and leadership of teaching and research activity of person-centred acute care nursing in the adult context in the University. Ideally candidates will have knowledge, experience and skills to lead a Nursing curriculum, contribute to our evolving research strategy and enable contemporary contribution within the field of acute care practice. You will need to be a current nurse registrant (RN/Adult or RGN) with the Nursing Midwifery Council, have demonstrable expertise in innovative, effective and inspirational teaching and learning for students, have a postgraduate qualification in teaching or be prepared to undertake one. The successful candidate will have a deep appreciation of nursing practice in the acute care field, demonstrate emotional intelligence, be pro-active, enthusiastic and enjoy working as a team. We aim to ensure that we equip our graduates with the skills necessary to succeed in the workplace upon graduation and throughout their professional careers. As such, we not only focus on the acquisition of technical knowledge, but also on vital transferable skills and professional practices. Informal enquiries are welcomed by: Dr Nita Muir, at N.Muir@chi.ac.uk. The University of Chichester embraces all forms of diversity and aspires to be a fully inclusive and representative employer and so we encourage applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people.This position requires a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check, which will be undertaken by the University on appointment.
  • Closing Date: 14 July 2022
  • Interview Date: 28 July 2022
Skilled Worker Route SOC Code: 2311 For full details of the post, please visit our website https://www.chi.ac.uk/about-us/working-for-us/