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Expressions of interest are invited to provide primary medical services under a General Medical Services Contract or Primary Medical Services Agreement for approximately 7,880 patients in the North West area of Edinburgh. The GMS services are currently being provided from GP owned premises at East Craigs Medical Practice, 10 Bughtlin Market, Edinburgh. EH12 8XP and applicants should be aware that the availability of these premises is subject to further discussion with the owners.

This is an excellent opportunity to improve health outcomes and NHS Lothian would welcome applications from interested parties that will deliver high quality primary medical services responsive to the needs of the 7,880 patients. As well as delivering essential services, the successful provider will be expected to offer a range of additional and enhanced services.

It is a requirement that all applicants meet the criteria of section 17L of the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978, as amended.

Further details are available on the Public Contracts Scotland website
Applicants should register as a supplier and applications should be lodged electronically by NOON on September 22nd 2017

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Job details

 Lecturer in Nursing - Control of Infection
Location:  University of Dundee Grade:  Grade 8
Category:  Nursing & Midwifery Salary:  39,992 to 47,722
Contract:  Permanent Duration:
Region:  National Hours: full-time
Job type: FullTime Date posted:  22 Sep 2017
Ref:  SNHS0051 Closing date:  20 Oct 2017
Lecturer in Nursing (Teaching & Scholarship) Summary of Job Purpose and Principal Duties Applications are invited from NMC registered adult nurses to join our highly motivated team in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences. You will contribute to the teaching, assessment, support and curriculum development for pre-registration nursing students and multi-disciplinary postgraduate students, and to our scholarly activity. We are looking for an individual with experience and expertise in prevention and control of infection to teach into our postgraduate control of infection programmes. In addition we are seeking an individual who will be able to teach across a wide range of the areas identified in the proposed NMC education standards, for our pre-registration programme commencing in 2019. Skills which can be used to teach students to identify, support and manage the care needs of people with a range of mental, physical, cognitive, and behavioural health challenges across all care settings would be welcome. You will hold a postgraduate qualification, ideally a master's degree, and have broad experience and knowledge within the control of infection field. Preference will be given to applicants with an NMC registered teaching qualification, and you will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the issues facing nursing and health care today. College / School / Directorate Information This position will be based on the City Campus, but you will be expected to participate in the delivery of all aspects of the undergraduate curriculum on both the Fife and City campuses, and to our postgraduate curricula within your area of expertise. We are also keen to employ individuals who are interested in teaching international students. Any Additional Information Our pre-registration programme (which offers ordinary, honours and masters exits in 3 years) will be reviewed in the next 12 months with the introduction of new NMC education standards, and our post qualifying programmes are responsive to the needs of students worldwide. The School's portfolio of international teaching is also expanding and individuals would be expected to participate in overseas teaching. The School has an innovative, quality driven approach and strives to achieve excellence in learning, teaching and research. We value enthusiasm, excellent interpersonal skills and strong commitment and contribution to achieving the School's goals and the University's Transformation Strategy. We can offer you an inspiring and supportive environment which promotes creativity and involvement in an interesting variety of progressive learning, teaching and research activities. Qualified teacher status and higher education teaching experience would be an advantage however we would consider applications from those working towards this. The University is committed to supporting the personal and professional development of all our staff including training for all new lecturers.
How to apply:
Informal enquiries are also welcome: Dr Jo Corlett, Associate Dean for Learning & Teaching. Email: j.f.corlett@dundee.ac.uk Tele: 01382 388562 HOW TO APPLY: Further details are available from our website: www.jobs.dundee.ac.uk. Alternatively, contact Human Resources, Tower Building, Nethergate, Dundee DD1 4HN. Please quote reference number: SNHS0051 Interviews will take place on 15 November 2017. The University of Dundee is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. The University of Dundee is a Scottish Registered Charity, No. SC015096
Please use this form to to apply.

Job packs

Additional vacancy information: (application pack)

http://www.jobs.scot.nhs.uk/uploads/75/control of infection post - grad 8 lec.doc

Contact information

 General Contact
NHS Tayside
Phone: Not Specified Fax: Not Specified
Email: recruitment.tayside@nhs.net  
 Informal Contact
Dr Jo Corlett
Phone: 01382 388562 Fax: Not Specified
Email: j.f.corlett@dundee.ac.uk

Employer details

 NHS Tayside
Website: http://www.nhstayside.scot.nhs.uk/
Organisation information:
Tayside Health Board was established in April 1974 and is responsible for commissioning health care services for the residents in the geographical local government areas of Angus, Dundee and Perth and Kinross. Serving a population of over 405,000, NHS Tayside’s governance includes a total of 22 major and community hospitals, including the University of Dundee’s Medical School attached to the regions flagship institute, Ninewells Hospital in Dundee. It also includes over 75 GP surgeries and a variety of health centres staffed by over 30,000 employees of the health region. To find out more visit us at http://www.nhstayside.scot.nhs.uk
Address: (generally only send applications to this address if specified above)
Level 10, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee