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Part-time Lecturers in Health, Science and Wellbeing

School of Health, Science and Wellbeing

Location:  Stoke/Stafford/Shrewsbury Campus
Release Date:  Wednesday 20 July 2022
Closing Date:   Wednesday 31 August 2022
Reference:  HSW21-00

The Department of Nursing in the School of Health, Science and Wellbeing at Staffordshire University is currently recruiting Part-time Lecturers in:

  • Mental health nursing
  • Adult nursing
  • Children & Young people’s nursing
  • Advanced Clinical Practice
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Clinical skills

The Department of Nursing is a growing department with deliver of programmes across three sites; Stafford – Blackheath Lane, Stoke – Leek Rd and Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.  There are a number of nursing pathways including BSc Nursing, Nursing Associate, Registered Nurse Apprenticeship (All fields) and MSc Nursing (Mental health and Adult).  In addition, we run the Advanced Clinical Practice (L7) course and many individual nursing related modules, across all levels of study.

In order for us to facilitate this growth, we are seeking a range of different expertise that complement our highly experienced and qualified staff, to help us enhance our student experience.

For further details please contact the Head of Department for Nursing (Theory) - Keeley Guest or Head of Department for Practice – Tracey Baker

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter indicating your area of expertise to or

All appointed Part-Time Lecturers will be required to undergo Right-to-Work checks and undertake various mandatory training, including Prevent and Data Protection.

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Staffordshire University is committed to promoting and enabling a positive culture where staff, students and visitors are confident to be their authentic selves. We focus on inclusion as a way to ensure equality of opportunity for all our people and to demonstrate our commitment to Equality, Diversity and Human Rights.

We promote applications from all sections of the community, regardless of background, belief or identity, recognising the benefits a diverse organisation can bring for the University. 

We particularly encourage applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) people, who are currently under-represented in the University workforce.



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