|Salary:||£44,706 to £51,799|
|Placed On:||5th August 2022|
|Closes:||31st August 2022|
Salary: £44,706 - £51,799
Terms of contract: Indefinite
Contract type: Full Time
Closing date: 31 August 2022.
Ref no: 12230
Solent University has an ambitious research and knowledge exchange enabling strategy intended to ensure that the success of our students is shaped and inspired by our research and knowledge exchange. Building on our strengthening REF submissions, we are developing our research distinctiveness. In the next 5 years we intend to further grow our research culture by focusing on our core strengths and expertise within our research themes of environment, social issues and policy, sport and exercise science, and media and culture, and our knowledge exchange priorities of maritime, sustainable business, social justice, health and wellbeing, student entrepreneurship, and engineering.
We would like to recruit a candidate who shares these research and knowledge exchange ambitions and can contribute to the research culture at Solent, joining our active research community. In your role, you will be supported to be involved in research, knowledge exchange and scholarly activity.
We are looking to appoint an appropriately qualified and experienced Course Leader in Mental Health Nursing to contribute to the delivery of teaching excellence for our nursing programmes. This is a full-time post with a focus on leadership, teaching and pedagogy, with involvement in research and innovation.
The role will include undertaking key responsibilities with leading on programme development, validation and NMC education benchmarks. The successful applicant will be expected to promote excellent relationships with external providers whom are integral to the success of the programme. This will include networking and collaborating with stakeholders and participation in regional health and social care meetings. The Course Leader will also be required to support the Head of Subject in developing a centre of excellence in nursing education.
You must be able to demonstrate effective skills to support trainee mental health nurses to have a clear vision of the future nurse, contributing to safe person-centred care and to meet the NMC standards for registration.
We welcome applications from people with expertise in all specialities. As a proven leader in nursing, you will have current registration on the NMC Professional Register with post qualifying clinical experience. A teaching qualification is preferable (or be willing to work to achieve this upon successful appointment).
We offer foundation and undergraduate degrees and are in the process of developing our postgraduate and CPD portfolio for student nursing practitioners.
If you are ready to develop your existing skills and be a course leader in research-based education, for students from diverse backgrounds, studying a nursing degree in mental health in order for them to make a positive impact, then we would like to hear from you.
Solent University offers an excellent benefits package. More Information.
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