Teaching Fellow, Public Health Nursing, Health Visiting/School Nursing

FEHHS Health: Public Health Practice

Location: Avery Hill campus
Salary: 33,797 to 39,152 plus 3706 London weighting
Contract Type: Permanent
Closing Date: Thursday 04 June 2020
Interview Date: To be confirmed
Reference: 2372

The School of Health Sciences is part of a highly successful and vibrant faculty. Frequently commended for our partnership working across the health and social care sector. The School delivers a range of undergraduate and post graduate programmes that lead to registration in nursing, midwifery, health visiting/school nursing, speech and language therapy, and paramedic science. We also have a wide portfolio of post qualifying provision including the MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice and the Faculty’s PhD in Health & Social Care programme. The School has a vibrant research culture contributing fully to the faculty’s ambitious and achievable long-term plan to build internationally leading research.

We are seeking an NMC registered specialist community public health nurse who has ambition to develop as an educator and academic, having developed teaching and assessing skills through a practice teacher role or equivalent. You will play a key role in facilitating teaching and learning across our SCPHN provision. We are happy to consider part-time working and/or secondments.

Successful applicants will have opportunity to complete a teaching qualification (PGCHE) and progress through our GOLD framework to achieve HEA senior fellowship, as well as contribute to faculty wide research and enterprise activities. Opportunity also exists to undertake doctoral studies through a professional doctorate or PhD programme. The University has an established career framework which offers opportunity for promotion through an annual application process.

You will have experience of providing high quality teaching, curriculum development and quality management and enhancement in higher education. As a member of the Public Health Practice team you will contribute fully to teaching on the School’s Health Visiting and School Nursing course and will also have opportunity to contribute to modules across our courses according to expertise. You will also work closely with our partner Trusts, supporting both students and practice educators. You will be linked into one of our centres within the Institute of Lifecourse Development providing you with numerous opportunities to engage with research, enterprise and knowledge exchange.

To discuss this opportunity and the role before applying, please contact:

Professor Karen Cleaver, Head of School, Health Sciences

email: k.p.cleaver@greenwich.ac.uk

or

Dr Helen Elliott, Academic Portfolio Lead, Public Health Practice

email: h.elliott@gre.ac.uk

Should you have any queries please contact the HR Recruitment Team on HR-Recruitment@gre.ac.uk

We are looking for people who can help us deliver our mission of transforming lives through inspired teaching and research, through our values .

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