Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing (Acute Medical Adult Nursing)

De Montfort University - Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

School of Nursing and Midwifery

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Registered Nurse (Adult) to join the School of Nursing and Midwifery as a Senior Lecturer. An appropriate teaching qualification is desirable.

We are seeking an individual who is enthusiastic and passionate about acute medical nursing care, is an experienced practitioner, and has an academic background who can also teach anatomy and physiology. The successful candidate will have an active NMC registration as an Adult Nurse, with evidence of professional development.

You will be expected to lead and teach on modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. You will be involved in curriculum development and student support and assessment.  The post holder will join a friendly team, who are committed to their students ensuring their success as competent graduates. 

Applicants must to be able to deliver a high standard of teaching. Possession of contemporary clinical knowledge of adult nursing, wider health care practice, and policy initiatives are essential. You will be expected to work collaboratively with clinical colleagues and other stakeholders. The post holder will support both students and mentors in clinical placements in a variety of care settings at local and regional level. There will be the opportunity to be involved in research, external income generation and international activities.

Invited candidates will be asked to deliver a ten-minute presentation, which will form part of the recruitment process.

For an informal discussion, please contact Nick Salter; Head of the Adult Nursing Division Tel: 0116 201 3894 Email:

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