Lecturer in Nursing

University of Dundee - Nursing

The School of Nursing and Health Sciences educates and empowers the next generation of healthcare professionals by equipping our students with the knowledge and skills to influence health policy and service delivery. The School transforms lives through its excellence in research, teaching and scholarship. We deliver a broad range of world class research-led undergraduate and postgraduate education that directly improves health outcomes at home and overseas, and we benefit significantly from our pioneering interdisciplinary research that has social, cultural and economic impact.

The School boasts an inspirational, skilled, friendly and enthusiastic team whose research and education activities have real impact. You will be encouraged to share your ideas to push the excellence within the School further to help us keep transforming the lives of others.

We are recruiting for an exceptional individual to join our highly motivated team to contribute to the teaching, assessment, support and curriculum development for pre-registration nursing students and multi-disciplinary postgraduate students, and our scholarly activity.

We are looking to appoint an NMC registered nurse with a background in primary care, public health or health and social care. You will be part of teams delivering learning and teaching activities at pre-registration, to students based at our Dundee and Kirkcaldy campuses, and at post-qualifying levels, to students based locally, elsewhere in the UK and overseas. Innovative and creative thinking are important to help achieve our aim of producing graduates who are ready to respond with compassion and commitment to the current and future challenges in healthcare.

Your priorities will include:
Experience in leadership, quality improvement or advanced practice (including non-medical prescribing), to contribute to these expanding areas in our postgraduate programmes.

Teach across broad range of areas identified in the proposed NMC education standards, for our programme commencing in 2019.

Interest in teaching international students to support our growing portfolio of international teaching. Experience in this area, as well as knowledge of global health issues in your area of expertise, will be advantageous and you may also be required to undertake teaching visits overseas.

Who we're looking for:
Hold a postgraduate qualification, ideally Master's degree, with broad experience and knowledge within your field. Preference will be given to applicants with an NMC registered teaching qualification, and able to demonstrate an understanding of the issues facing nursing and healthcare today.

We are one of the UK's leading universities - internationally recognised for our expertise across a range of disciplines and research breakthroughs in multiple areas, including science, medicine and engineering, amongst many others. Conveniently located on the banks of River Tay, our main city-centre campus is at the heart of Dundee - an up-and-coming, friendly, compact and affordable city with a rich heritage in design and technology. We also have a campus in Kirkcaldy which is easily accessible via local transport links.

Further information about this position, please contact Mr John Lee at j.lee@dundee.ac.uk. To find out more about the School please visit https://nursing-health.dundee.ac.uk/.

Interviews will take place 3 July 2018.

The diversity of our staff and students helps to make University of Dundee one of the top universities in the UK. Family friendly policies, staff support networks for BME and LGBT staff, membership of Athena Swan and Stonewall, as well as a full range of disability services, create an enjoyable and inclusive place to work.

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