Lecturer Adult Nursing

Buckinghamshire New University

United Kingdom

September 26, 2021

Description

Lecturer Adult Nursing

Lecturer Adult Nursing

Salary: £34,304 – £38,587 per annum

Aylesbury based

Bucks New University is an ambitious, modern university; one that is always open to fresh ideas and thinking. Our staff combine the very best professional practice with inspirational teaching and the University is consistently in the top quartile of the NSS for higher education institutions in the UK, exceeding the sector average in almost every area of the survey (NSS, 2019).

This is an exciting time to join the University, with our new University Strategy – Impact 2022 – and our revised values. The University is poised for the next phase in its development as we seek to develop our impact further, enrich the student experience through innovative and employment-focused education, and realign our professional services in support of our strategic aims.

Role responsibilities: these will involve facilitating learning across different modes, including classroom, web-based media and in clinical settings. There is an expectation of pastoral support for students, academic assessment and the supervision of student projects. You may also be required to undertake module leadership/specific project leadership as appropriate.

Applicants: Need to be a NMC Registered Nurse in Adult Nursing. You will be a graduate and have recent experience of dealing with student nurses either in a Higher Education Institution or in clinical practice. You will have demonstrable ability to work within a team and possess effective communications skills. A post-graduate qualification in a relevant area is desirable. A teaching qualification or willingness to undertake one will be essential.

For further information about this role, please contact Paul Maloret – on Paul.Maloret@bucks.ac.uk

All applications are to be made in full and online. The University operates an anonymised shortlisting process and therefore any uploaded CV's or supporting documents must not include your name and personal details.

Closing date: 26th September 2021

Interview date: to be confirmed

At Bucks New University equality of opportunity and diversity is at the heart of all we do and fully integrated into our values. Our aim is to create an inclusive environment where everyone thrives and feels a sense of belonging. We are committed to diversity and welcome applications from different backgrounds and experiences.

Bucks New University is a Disability Confident employer and as such you will be given the opportunity to declare a disability as part of the application process.

The University is also committed to achieving the Race Equality Charter.

Location

Aylesbury

Contract Type

Permanent

Salary Range

£34,304 - £38,587

Hours per week

37.5

Closing Date

26/09/2021

Ref No

633

Job Description

JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Title: Lecturer

Faculty/Directorate: Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health.

Grade: G / Ac2

Location: Aylesbury Campus

Responsible to: Head of School / Associate Head of School

Job Purpose:

• To teach and support students by adopting a learner-centred approach and being committed to contributing towards delivery of a first class student experience.

• To be a team-player and contribute to the wider work of the department.

Main Duties & Responsibilities of the role:

• With support to design and deliver high quality, innovative and challenging learning experiences, using current theory and practice together in lively debate.

• With support to undertake associated activities in connection with the courses taught including, personal tutoring, recruitment, assessment, review and evaluation.

• To contribute to the student experience – demonstrating an awareness of the need for ‘customer focus' in respect of resolving issues.

• To conduct research and scholarly activity of relevance to the lecturing role and / or professional practice and aligns own research with teaching and learning.

• To engage with business and professional networks to promote teaching and learning and research in a professional context.

• To contribute to open days, school, college and partnership links and the promotional work of the department.

• To support students in supervising placements, learning in practice, internships and work-related activities.

• To deliver pastoral care and project supervision of students.

• With support to plan and deliver the curriculum using appropriate media, including the use of IT.

• To provide effective feedback, support and guidance to students, which promotes improvement of performance.

• To engage in professional development activities (e.g. CPD, attendance at conferences) relating to teaching, learning and assessment.

• To maintain and foster the high reputation of the University in practice partner settings.

• Any other such reasonable duties as required by the Head of School / Associate Head of School.

PERSON SPECIFICATION

E – Essential D = Desirable A = Application T = Test/Presentation I = Interview

Education, Qualifications & Training

E / D

Means of Testing

First degree in a relevant field

E

A

Recognised HE teaching qualification or commitment to undertake one

E

A/I

Evidence of recent scholarship and/or continuing professional development relevant to the post

E

A/I

Fellow of the HEA or commitment to work towards achieving HEA Fellow accreditation

E

A/I

Postgraduate qualification in a relevant field or significant work experience in relevant field

D

A

Knowledge & Experience

E / D

Proven experience of working effectively within a team

E

A/I

An understanding of the University sector, working at Lecturer level including teaching plans, course and programme management, curriculum development and validation

D

A/I

Relevant teaching experience in the UK or European HEI sector

D

A/I

Proven research record

D

A/I

Skills

E / D

Effective presentation skills

E

I/T

Efficient Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills

E

I/T

Effective communication skills

E

I/T

Special Requirements

E / D

A willingness and ability to work in off-site locations

E

I

A willingness and ability to contribute to University Open Days (which may fall on Saturdays)

E

I

ROLE COMPETENCIES (6 most relevant to the role)

STUDENT ENGAGEMENT

Agreeing & Delivering Student Expectations

Level 2/3 Indicators

  • Establishes student requirements
  • Takes responsibility for resolving student concerns
  • Seeks feedback/evaluation on performance
  • Keeps students informed
  • Responds to routine welfare issues by referring to guidelines and procedures
  • Sets quality standards for own area
  • Monitors and maintains standards and policies
  • Encourages others to find new ways of improving performance
  • Works across departments/agencies/ allied health professionals where appropriate to ensure effectiveness of support
  • Presenting & Communicating

    Level 2 Indicators

  • Explains the reasons behind regulations and procedures
  • Expresses opinions, information and key points of an argument clearly
  • Actively listens to what is said and observes body language to respond appropriately
  • Adapting & Coping

    Level 2 Indicators

  • Implements changes in timely way
  • Sees issues from others points of view and adapts own behaviour
  • Structures own approach in planned way to help others adapt
  • Acts calmly during difficult circumstances
  • Recovers from set -backs quickly
  • Teaching & Learning

    Level 2/3 Indicators

  • Designs and plans learning activities or programmes of study within clinical practice or educational setting
  • Teaches and supports student learning
  • Gives feedback and assessment to learners
  • Integrates scholarship, research and professional activities within teaching and supportive learning
  • Delivers a supportive environment in clinical practice or an educational setting to substantively enhance the student experience
  • Develops on-going relationships with students to achieve learning outcomes
  • PARTNERS / OUTWARD FACING

    Analysing & Researching

    Level 2 Indicators

  • Gathers and manipulates routine data so it can be interpreted by others
  • Analyses all types of information from a wide range of sources
  • PEOPLE / RELATIONSHIPS

    Applying Expertise / Scholarly Activity

    Level 2/3 Indicators

  • Follows new developments in own field
  • Develops credibility through scholarly activity
  • Regularly reviews CPD plans and updates on progress
  • Acquires knowledge of professional or technical practice and keeps up to date
  • Contributes to internal development, consultations and external conferences through research, scholarship and knowledge transfer
  • Adhering to Bucks Values

    Level 2 Indicators

  • Encourages others to follow policies and procedures
  • Actively listens and respects others' points of view
  • Encourages open debate and discussion
  • Consults and considers colleagues from all equality strands
  • Location

    Aylesbury

    Contract Type

    Permanent

    Salary Range

    £34,304 - £38,587

    Hours per week

    37.5

    Closing Date

    26/09/2021

    Ref No

    633

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