|Salary:||£35,326 to £50,296 Grade F|
|Placed On:||20th December 2021|
|Closes:||23rd January 2022|
DMU is an ambitious, globally minded and culturally rich university with a strong commitment to the public good. It strives to maintain a stimulating and inclusive environment that champions difference and celebrates success.
Faculty / Directorate
Home to four specialist schools - Allied Health Sciences, Applied Social Sciences, The Leicester School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine, and The Leicester School of Pharmacy – the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences at De Montfort University educates and develops professionals who make a significant difference to lives, health, wellbeing, communities and society. DMU is one of the most contemporary providers of practice nurse education in the East Midlands.
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced registered mental health nurse to join our academic team in The Leicester School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine, supporting delivery of nursing school curricula through a variety of teaching and learning activities. The successful candidate will join a team of enthusiastic, committed and friendly staff and will work collaboratively with colleagues across the School, Faculty and the wider University.
We are seeking an enthusiastic individual who is passionate about nursing and who has the relevant academic skills and specialist in depth clinical experience, in mental health nursing, to teach across a range of foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate school programmes. You will be involved in teaching, marking and moderation, pastoral support, admission of students and have the opportunity to develop curriculum and lead nursing modules. You will also provide students and their practice supervisors and assessors with support in a range of clinical practice areas. You will be expected to actively engage in scholarship, research and professional / external income generation activities in ways that contribute to the University / School’s objectives and contribute to ensuring up-to-date, leading edge teaching.
Applicants must possess contemporary clinical knowledge in mental health nursing and have a good depth of subject understanding related to Mental Health. It is essential to have an active NMC registration as a Mental Health Nurse and you must be able to demonstrate evidence of ongoing professional development in this field. A recognised teaching qualification, or willingness to undertake a course to gain a teaching qualification is essential. For Senior Lecturer roles, you will hold a Masters or a further qualification in a subject relevant to mental health i.e. counselling, or a talking therapy such as CBT.
For further details please contact: Justine Barksby; Acting Head of Learning Disability and Mental Health Division. Telephone: 0116 257 7646 . E Mail: email@example.com or Mark Ellis, Subject Lead Mental Health Nursing, Telephone: 0116 257 7324. E Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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