Undergraduate Medical Education requires committed and interested staff to enable medical and physician associate students to make the most of the teaching opportunities available.
We have a post for a Paediatric Nurse Teaching Fellow to join the team. This role will involve teaching alongside the current designated specialty teams while taking a lead in some of the more complex planning of the paediatric curriculum and delivery of key concepts of medical education.
This post offers the opportunity to gain broad teaching experience and paediatric specific planning and delivery of the curriculum. There are no existing designated clinical sessions as the post is 100% teaching.Main duties of the job
The main duties of the role include planning, delivery and evaluation of the Medical Undergraduate Curriculum for Newcastle University medical students.
Candidates must be a NMC Registered Nurse with experience of autonomous working
Candidates must possess a Degree in a health care related or educational subject
They should be able to work as effectively as part of a team with both autonomous as well as delegated responsibilities. Prior involvement in undergraduate or other structured training/teaching is useful as the role involves being able to take a lead in teaching and learning activities, ensuring effective time management and having great organisational skills.
Good generic medical knowledge is essential, as well as good communication and interpersonal skills, and previous experience of working as a Nurse in a NHS setting.
We are available to meet prospective applicants and give them the opportunity to visit the hospital and meet colleagues with whom they will be working. We find this helps candidates to gain a greater understanding of the department and the post and also to find out whether they like the educational / hospital environment and culture and feel they would benefit from and be happy joining our team.
Prospective applicants please contact:
Julie Stewart, Clinical Nurse Lecturer, Sunderland Royal Hospital, Kayll Road, Sunderland SR4 7TP on 01915656256 Ext 42423
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One Team One Trust - There are many reasons to work at our Trust. From our commitment to putting people first to our accessible services and award winning teams. We have a passion for research, innovation and tackling inequalities. We are committed to respect, fairness and civility and promote a compassionate, caring and positive culture / working environment.
We welcome all applications irrespective of peoples race, disability, gender, sexual orientation, religion/belief, age, gender identity, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity and in particular those from under- represented groups. Looking after our workforces health and wellbeing is a priority for STSFT. We also provide access to high quality education, training, career progression and support.
The Trust employs around 8,300 people and provides a range of hospital services to a local community of around 430,000 residents. We also provide a range of more specialised services outside this area, in some cases to a population as great as 860,000. We offer our staff outstanding benefits - Fitness Centre (SRH), libraries at both hospital sites, chaplaincy support and access to a Childcare Co-ordinator to help staff with childcare arrangements.Job descriptionJob responsibilities
The Nurse Teaching Fellow is an essential member of a well-established team within undergraduate/ postgraduate Medical Education delivery. The Nurse Teaching Fellows co-ordinate with the team to plan, deliver, assess and evaluate medical school education in both the classroom and clinical environment for students across the five years of the MBBS programme. The post holder will be responsible for developing and organising clinical rotations, delivering evidence based teaching sessions, mentoring medical students and providing pastoral support.
Working collaboratively with the Clinical Nurse Lecturer and the Medical Teaching Fellows, they will establish and maintain clinical standards while ensuring that the medical curriculum is being delivered successfully at STSFT. They will have core specialist skills in Child Health and will act as both an autonomous practitioner and a source of expertise in these areas with students, colleagues and patients. Actively integrating theory and practice, they will ensure operational delivery of the curriculum within the STSFT medical education faculty, to ensure all teaching areas are fulfilled. The Nurse Teaching Fellow will be expected to demonstrate innovative teaching and lecturing skills across a wide range of educational opportunities, including lectures, tutorials, bedside teaching / teaching in the clinical areas, mock ward and simulation sessions. The role requires the use of advanced technology with video and live streaming options.PLEASE REFER TO THE ATTACHED JOB DESCRIPTION FOR FULL DUTIES OF THE ROLEPerson SpecificationQualificationsEssential
- NMC Registered nurse with experience of autonomous working
- Degree in a health care related or educational subject
- Demonstrable prior experience of teaching
- Clinical skills or equivalent qualification or experience
- Competence in use of standard IT (MS word, excel)
- Recognised teaching qualification (e.g.PGCE)
- Competent in the use of advanced IT systems
- Experience of and ability to work in a multi-professional team
- Evidence of teaching experience in a learning environment
- Recent clinical experience working in health care
- Experience of workload management and autonomous decision making
- Excellent communication skills
- Evidence of professional development and revalidation
- Awareness of current issues in healthcare, standards of professional practice and policy requirements
- Experience of training in/teaching simulation
- Experience of giving feedback using feedback models
- Experience of using virtual IT within a professional role
- Experience with complex scheduling and timetabling
Skills and KnowledgeEssential
- Ability to undertake movement between teaching sites and departments.
- Ability to sit at workstations as necessary to perform admin and teaching tasks
- Moving and handling as per trust policy
- Demonstrable IT skills using a variety of presentation platforms
- Effective communication and interpersonal skills
- Demonstrable teaching skills
- Good organisational ability
- Understanding of Clinical Governance and awareness of NHS policy
- Knowledge of the medial undergraduate curriculum
- Ability to multitask and prioritise workload
- Able to work as part of a team and as well as autonomously
- Ability to work without supervision
- Flexible attitude towards work
Employer detailsEmployer name
- Experience of clinical risk management
- Experience of being involved in audit or research
- Understanding of how medical curriculum is structured
- Understanding of educational theory
South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation TrustAddress
Sunderland Royal Hospital
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