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Lecturer, Nursing (0.6 FTE)

University of Sunderland in London - Academic Operations

Location:  University of Sunderland in London
Salary:  £23,784 to £28,420
per annum
Hours per Week:  21 (for nominal purposes)
Closing Date:  Monday 12 June 2023
Interview Date:  To be confirmed
Reference:  USL578-R
Further details:    Job Description    

Contract: Part time, 21 hours per week (0.6 FTE) for nominal purposes

Salary: £23,784 -£28,420 (full time equivalent £39,641 - £ 47,368)

Salary from 01 August 2023 will be: £26,161- £31,116 (full time equivalent £43,602- £51,860)

Would you like to work in a forward-thinking institution where values of student experience, customer service, academic quality, value for money and continuous improvement are at the forefront of how we make our decisions? Do you place the student at the heart of all that you do? If your answer is ‘yes’, we have a great opportunity for you to experience it all for yourself and to join our Academic Team as a Lecturer (Undergraduate Nursing). This is a part time role, working 21 hours per week/0.6 FTE (for nominal purposes).

This is an exciting time to join our programme. The department consists of a small and dynamic team and delivers a range of courses in Nursing and Public Health undergraduate and postgraduate courses. We pride ourselves on equipping students with training needed to enter high-level management roles in the nursing and healthcare sector with courses designed in consultation with the NHS to ensure students get the skills needed for future employment.

This is an exciting and fulfilling opportunity where you will be delivering educational activities to undergraduate nursing students as well as contributing to the continuous development of the programme. In this role you will support teaching at undergraduate level and assist the with the development and promotion of teaching, related research and external engagement activities.

To be successful in this role, you will need to have a Master’s degree or equivalent experience in Nursing and NMC registration as a Registered Adult Nurse. In addition, you will have proven experience of teaching within a higher education or clinical setting. An ability to provide a high quality teaching and learning experience is a must, as is the ability to use online teaching tools. You will also have strong teamwork, collaboration and organisational skills.

With our community of staff and students growing steadily, this is an interesting and rewarding role which offers the chance to positively impact the experience and outcomes of our students.

In return, we offer you:

•             Generous 31 days of annual leave on top of Bank Holidays

•             5 closure days over Christmas period

•             Season Ticket Loan

•             Access to MyLifestyle benefit platform with plentiful of discounts and offers

•             Access to discounts via Totum Card

•             Free eye test

•             Cycle to Work and Electric Car Salary Sacrifice schemes

•             Enhanced maternity and paternity policies

•             Our commitment to training and development

•             Our location in Canary Wharf with many transport links for easy access

If you’re interested, up for the challenge and want to know more, please see the attached job description and person specification. To apply, you will need to register on our e-recruitment platform and complete an application form.

For an informal conversation about the role, you can contact Madhini Sivasubramanian, Senior Lecturer/Programme Manager (Nursing and Healthcare) via email

Closing Date: Midnight, Monday 12 June 2023

Interview date: TBC

This is a repeat of vacancy USL578, previous applicants need not apply. 



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