Lecturer in Adult Nursing
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Lecturer in Adult Nursing
£37,530-£43,111 per annum including London weighting
Are you interested in joining an exciting group of nursing academics within a Department that provides an engaged and supportive working environment?
Are you keen to influence the future nursing workforce – to be the best that it can be?
Do you have a passion for practice, teaching, learning, and research?
Have you current adult nursing practice / management experience working with all levels of adult nursing students?
Middlesex University is building on the achievements of its Adult Nursing team by appointing high achieving, dynamic and experienced Adult Nursing practitioners, wishing to combine practice with academia. Successful candidates will have strong leadership and practice skills and a commitment to developing adult nursing education with key external stakeholders to meet sector needs. They will also be committed to enhancing the student experience and contributing to and developing the rapidly growing research culture of the Department.
Our ideal candidates will have significant experience of working within adult nursing practice. With a relevant first degree you will also be currently registered as a nurse in the United Kingdom.
We will consider those wishing to take part-time positions.
Preference will be given to applicants with additional clinical qualifications. Possession of a teaching qualification and relevant higher degree is desirable at lecturer level, and essential at senior lecturer level. You will have excellent communication skills, a high level of clinical skills and practice application as well as outstanding planning and organizational skills.
Please quote the reference number and job title when applying.
If you wish to discuss the post in further detail please contact: Sinead Mehigan - S.Mehigan@mdx.ac.uk
To apply, please visit the Middlesex university website: https://www.nursingtimesjobs.com/job/2745852/lecturer-in-adult-nursing/
Closing date: 25 April 2019
Interview date: 7 May 2019
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.
We value diversity and wish to promote equality at all levels