UNIVERSITY OF LINCOLN

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Nursing, Adult or Mental Health

Location
Lincoln, United Kingdom
Salary
£34,304 pro rata - £39,739 pro rata
Posted
06 May 2022
End of advertisement period
06 Jun 2022
Ref
CSS116D
Contract Type
Permanent

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Nursing (Adult or Mental Health) School of Health and Social Care

Location:  Lincoln
Salary:   From £34,304 pro rata
These posts are permanent. Full and part time opportunities available.
Closing Date:   Monday 06 June 2022
Interview Date:   Wednesday 29 June 2022
Reference:  CSS116D

Lecturer salary from: £34,304 per annum (pro rata for part time)

Senior Lecturer salary from: £39,739 per annum (pro rata for part time)

The School of Health and Social Care continues to grow, supporting the needs of our society and our economy and now boasts a full suite of health care education. Due to our success, our team is expanding. We are therefore looking for a new Lecturers/Senior Lecturers to join a team committed to enhancing the health and social well-being of people across Lincolnshire and further afield. We are looking for Nursing and Midwifery Council registered Mental Health or Adult Nurses who are innovative, enthusiastic, good networkers and collaborators, who has proven leadership skills and work well in a team. 

The quality of teaching and learning are important to us; innovation, creativity, good interpersonal and management skills, and strong leadership are required to enable us to achieve these agendas. We are looking for candidates who are dynamic, adaptable and visionary and who have excellent communication skills. They must have a ‘can do’ approach and be driven to achieve. They should demonstrate substantive evidence of meeting deadlines and should have attention to detail in all they do.

The School of Health and Social Care sits within the College of Social Science, along with the Schools of Psychology, Sports and Exercise Science, Education, Social and Political Sciences and the Lincoln Law School. We also work closely with the School of Pharmacy and the new Medical School in the College of Science. The School is housed within the Sarah Swift building containing purpose-built clinical teaching suites, offices and teaching spaces for health care and other programmes. The School employs over 150 academic and research staff, practice educators and professional services staff. We have Professors and Global Professors who lead applied research in cross-disciplinary research groupings; their work addresses core issues in health service provision and delivery, ageing and well-being and professional education and training, with high degrees of impact. We are committed to inter-professional and collaborative working in research and teaching.

The School offers a range of undergraduate, post-graduate and research degrees, with over 1700 students registered on these programmes. We offer pre qualifying programmes in Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Paramedic Science and Nursing Associate. All of our post-registration courses are interprofessional and include Advanced Clinical Practice. We also deliver vocationally focused degrees in Health and Social Care and Applied Social Science. 

The School of Health and Social Care is forward thinking, and ambitious with plans to further develop education across the health and social care professions. The School has excellent relationships with a range of local, regional and national stakeholders integral to the development of the health and social care education agenda, and the provision of a highly skilled workforce. We are committed to inter-professional and collaborative working in teaching and research. The successful candidate will join a team committed to enhancing the health and social well-being of people across Lincolnshire and further afield. The School works with providers with the aim of transforming services for the benefit of people accessing the service and their families.

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Dr Sharon Black (sblack@lincoln.ac.uk).