School of Nursing and Allied Health Staff Recruitment Event

Tuesday 31 May 2022

Time: 4.30pm – 7.30pm
Location: Tithebarn Building, 79 Tithebarn Street, Liverpool, L2 2ER

Register now for Tuesday 31 May 2022

It is not essential to register, but it would be helpful for us to understand expected numbers and to get in touch with you to provide further details before the event if needed.

Bring your CV with you, or submit it in advance through our recruitment system, and take the opportunity to be interviewed the same evening. Alternatively, you can continue to apply for any of the posts after the event and other interview slots will be available at a later date. Student Nursing Times Awards 2020 winner logo 10 Year anniversary Nursing Times Awards 2021 winner logo

We look forward to welcoming you at the event.

If you have any questions about the event, please email: LJMURecruitmentFair@ljmu.ac.uk


Introduction

We are delighted that you are interested in a role at the award-winning Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), where highly committed and enthusiastic staff are engaged with numerous opportunities to develop and collaborate for the benefit of our students and the community. Joining LJMU you will be working in an ambitious, community engaged and successful organisation where your commitment, ambitions and positive outlook will flourish, and you will be supported to realise your full potential.

This event will provide you with an opportunity to explore the wide range of roles on offer including teaching and non-teaching roles, see below for further details of posts available. 

During the recruitment event you will have the opportunity to take a tour of the School of Nursing and Allied Health Building and state of the art simulation suites, and speak to a range of technicians, academic staff, HR staff, students and service users who work in and support the School, whilst enjoying some refreshments. If you wish, you can also be interviewed the same evening, which may lead to an offer with us! Just bring along a copy of your CV or submit it in advance via our recruitment system by clicking on the relevant job you wish to be considered for below and then on ‘Apply’.


Vacancy Details

Due to the unprecedented success of our School of Nursing and Allied Health we have a number of positions available which include a mixture of full and part-time, fixed term and permanent, as follows:

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Nursing - Grade 7/8 (depending on experience)

Senior Lecturer in Advanced Clinical Practice - Grade 8

Senior Lecturer in Clinical skills and Simulation (Nursing) - Grade 8

Lecturer in Practice Learning (Nursing) - Grade 7

Pastoral Support Tutor (Nursing) - Grade 6

Clinical Skills Tutors - Grade 6

Teaching and Technician Assistant - Grade 4

The post holders will contribute to teaching and assessment of students across the school as appropriate to their expertise. We would welcome both qualified nursing practitioners and, for the Teaching and Technician Assistant posts, experienced Health Care Assistants with an interest in supporting learning in a simulated environment.

Colleagues will have the opportunity to engage in one of the Faculty’s research themes.


About the School of Nursing and Allied Health

The School of Nursing and Allied Health has been committed to advancing developments in health and social care for over 25 years, tracing our origins back to 1991 when the Liverpool School of Nursing and Midwifery joined with Liverpool Polytechnic. Today, we continue to strive to tackle health inequalities and social exclusion and deprivation in local communities and beyond, through our undergraduate and postgraduate curricula, along with a growing programme of international partnerships and student opportunities.

It is essential that our future nursing and allied health professionals have access to the very best facilities. Following a multi-million-pound investment we have developed a professionally recognisable and industry-standard suite of clinical skills and simulation environments and enhanced teaching spaces. These provide enhanced facilities for students to benefit from ward-based simulations, a simulated ambulance, anatomy resource spaces, a home environment, simulated intensive care areas and consultation and debriefing rooms. At LJMU our clinical skills and simulations suites and enhanced teaching spaces have benefited our students by providing a learning environment that allows them to develop and practice their clinical skills and required proficiencies safely, using the latest equipment.

We have created an innovative approach to learning in a virtual environment called ‘The Health Village’ which emulates a patient’s journey from the home environment, in an ambulance setting, into care and treatment environments such as hospitals and clinics, right through to their rehabilitation. Since no two patients are the same, neither are our virtual patients. We have a whole family of simulation ‘manikins’ that speak, breathe and show life signs. Students can practise on a range of lifelike patients of different ages, shapes and sizes and with different ailments and medical conditions. These simulated environments are as close to the ‘real-world’ as possible, preparing students for the rigours and realism of clinical practice.


Rewards and Benefits at LJMU

In return for your skills and experience, we offer:

  • Generous annual leave entitlement (35 days for Grades 8 and above and 30 days for Grades 3-7 pro rata for part time employees)
  • Flexi-time scheme available in some areas
  • Generous Defined Benefit pension scheme (Teachers Pension Scheme or Local Government Pension Scheme)
  • Family friendly policies
  • Comprehensive learning and development support
  • Access to LJMU Health and Wellbeing Hub which includes an Employee Assistance Programme and health and wellbeing resources.

This is just a taste of what we are able to offer you at LJMU, visit LJMU Rewards and Benefits to find out more.