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The School is seeking a future orientated, service user focused full-time or part-time nursing Lecturer to be based on the Wellington campus. We consider flexibility, innovation and engagement to be key in our staff.
|Grade:||Senior Lecturer (Range 2)|
|Applications close:||11:30 p.m. on 10 December 2018|
The School of Nursing, Massey University, has a reputation for high quality nursing programmes focused on improving health outcomes for people in New Zealand and internationally. We are proud of our robust research culture and currently undertake teaching, research and professional service in many areas of nursing and health care. Massey University has a commitment to working in partnership with Maori and seeks to make a contribution to Maori development consistent with Maori aspirations and expectations, through all the University’s activities. The national School of Nursing, is focused on leading the future development of nursing in New Zealand.
A newly developed and innovative curriculum has been designed to provide education at undergraduate level which is integrated into postgraduate level study to prepare nurses to lead person-centred and future orientated care across all areas of service delivery. Our teaching, research and professional development are aimed to deliver education and evidence based learning for the future.
The School is seeking a future orientated, service user focused full-time or part-time nursing Lecturer to be based on the Wellington campus. We consider flexibility, innovation and engagement to be key in our staff. In the position you will actively contribute to the on-going development of nursing education within the university setting including the implementation of innovative teaching practices such as the development of the digital learning environment.
Applications are welcome from Registered Nurses who want to be part of a team to develop the future nursing workforce through the delivery of an innovative, quality nursing programme which will contribute to positive health outcomes for the people of New Zealand and in a global context.
Ideally you will have a completed Masters in Nursing or a related discipline, although preference may be given to a Registered Nurse with, or studying towards, a PhD in nursing or an associated discipline. You will be registered or be eligible for registration with the Nursing Council of New Zealand and hold/obtain a current Annual Practising Certificate.
Enquiries of an academic nature can be directed to Professor Annette Huntington, Head of the School of Nursing (acting), Massey University, A.D.Huntington@massey.ac.nz. Applications to include a current Curriculum Vitae, a copy of a current Annual Practising Certificate and the names and contact details of three referees from whom confidential references may be requested.
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