Senior Lecturer - Cardiac Nursing

£43,178 per annum
12 Mar 2019
24 Mar 2019
Nursing Field
Academic, Education

The Role:

Join our dynamic and forward-looking School of Nursing and in this key role you will enhance our School’s reputation as a provider of cardiac education. Articulate and well respected, you’ll have a keen interest in developing cardiac nursing education for qualified practitioners and pre-registration students at all levels. You will teach on programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, taking the lead on modules where appropriate. Alongside being involved in the pastoral care of students, you will be encouraged and supported to further your interests in research, enterprise or professional practice.

The Person

You will be passionate about cardiac nursing, and will be abreast of local and national developments in this area of practice. Clinically up-to-date and credible in your specialism, you will have excellent communication skills and demonstrate the confidence to inspire a diverse range of post-qualifying and pre-registration students. It is likely that you will be a nurse lecturer in adult cardiac nursing. Alternatively, you may be a highly qualified clinical nurse specialist, lecturer/practitioner, or practice educator with extensive cardiac care experience who is keen to consolidate a career in higher education. Whatever your background, you’ll have current NMC registration and a Master’s degree in cardiac care, adult nursing or a related healthcare subject (or be working towards this). It’s also likely you’ll have a teaching qualification, such as the UKPSF2 or PGCHE but if not, you’ll be willing to undertake our in-house teaching programme during your probationary period.

The Faculty

Play a pivotal role in shaping London’s future workforce via the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education

Enjoying a unique partnership between Kingston University and St George's, University of London, the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education offers courses in teacher training, occupational therapy, nursing, midwifery and child health, paramedic science, radiography, rehabilitation sciences and social work.

 We work closely with employers and respond proactively to new health, social care and education policy initiatives. Drawing on the strengths of both institutions – including the internationally-renowned research carried out by St George’s and Kingston’s reputation for teaching excellence – we deliver programmes that are at the cutting-edge of professional development.

Further information

This role is based at our St George's University of London site in Tooting.

This is a full-time, permanent role, with a starting salary of £43,178 per annum, however, part time joint applications and secondments will also be considered.

Interviews are scheduled to take place on 5 April 2019 and will be held at our Kingston Hill Campus.

For any further enquiries relating to this role, please contact Gillian Pedley, Associate Professor, School of Nursing on .

Closing Date 24/03/2019