|Salary:||£45,153 to £51,914 per annum including outer London weighting|
|Placed On:||9th January 2020|
|Closes:||22nd January 2020|
Senior Lecturer (Practice) in Mental Health
£45,153-£51,914 per annum including outer London weighting
The Department of Mental Health and Social Work invites applications for the post of Senior Lecturer (Practice) in Mental Health Nursing. Passionate about mental health and wellbeing and integrated health and social care, the Department has a large multidisciplinary team engaged in real-world solutions applied to our teaching, research and knowledge exchange activities. To check out more about the Department please click on the link for our 2019 Annual Review: https://review.ourwatercooler.co.uk.
We are seeking a senior lecturer to join our dynamic mental health nursing team, who has a commitment to enhancing and building on an already excellent reputation for delivering high quality, exciting and evidenced-based mental health training.
The successful candidate must hold registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), a first degree and be qualified to master’s level in a relevant discipline. You should be able to work collaboratively and have strong programme/module management skills. Working within a department and faculty that embrace a breadth and depth of research themes and priorities, you will play an active role in leading and supporting research and knowledge transfer activities as well as taking up a teaching and leadership role in delivering our BSc and PGDip pre-qualifying courses, with additional opportunities for teaching on our extensive CPD offer.
Candidates with strong experience in ICT skills and eLearning would be advantageous.
The department has particular strengths in mental health nursing, co-production (including service and user-led research), addictions, transcultural nursing, and social work/social care.
We value diversity and wish to promote equality at all levels.
This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and requires a Disclosure and Barring Service certificate. You are therefore required to disclose details of any criminal record. ALL criminal convictions, cautions, reprimands or final warnings, even if they would otherwise be regarded as spent under this Act must be disclosed, as well as any other information that may have a bearing on your suitability for the post, including pending prosecutions.
The University will apply for a DBS certificate before your appointment is confirmed.
For informal enquiries about this post please contact Dr Lucile Allain, Head of Department at L.M.Allain@mdx.ac.uk
To apply, please visit https://jobs.mdx.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=HED377-R
Closing Date: 22nd January 2020
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