Location: London (Holloway Site)
Transforming lives through excellent education
London Met is an extraordinary institution. Equity and social inclusion have always been our driving principles, and it’s what makes the University so unique. Our organisation is distinctive, both in its eclectic and diverse community of students and staff, and also for its historical role in serving some of London’s most deprived boroughs. Everything we do is underpinned by our philosophy that an individual should have the opportunity to transform their life through the power of education.
Equipping our students with the tools for their future is at the heart of our academic offering. We pride ourselves on providing our students with access to a wealth of opportunities and professions. Our graduates benefit personally, but also contribute their unique perspectives to society, culture, public service and the economy in all areas of London, the UK and around the world.
Our BSc (Hons) Nursing (Adult) programme sits within the Health Sciences subject area within the School of Human Sciences, and has been approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Council. Our courses are underpinned by an interdisciplinary research community and by a belief in the relevance of our disciplines as a tool for effecting societal change. Our London location enables us to maintain strong relationships with partner organisations, professional bodies and public service organisations to give our students the best possible experience in both academic teaching and practice learning environments.
ABOUT THE POST
Successful applicants will be Registered Nurses with significant clinical practice experience alongside a passion for nurse education, and a drive to see our students succeed. You should have an established background in nursing education and the development of simulated practice for nursing students. You will ideally be in possession of a teaching award such as the HEA fellowship or similar. Experience in course development, and practice-based education is desirable. You should have a good knowledge of the changing landscape of care and the drive toward interprofessional, place-based, and integrated care working.
The work of our team is values driven and explicitly addresses social justice and social inclusion not only through a clear underpinning philosophy but also in the collaborative and participative teaching and learning approach. We intend our work to be transformative in raising student aspirations and enhancing employability through a consistent emphasis on personal, professional and academic development in addition to reflecting current and future trends in the sector. The successful applicants will demonstrate a commitment to and experience of working aligned with these values.
This post will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.
Closing Date: Thursday 16th November 2023.
HOW TO APPLY
Please click on the ‘Apply’ button and complete the online application in full.