Who we are
Manchester Metropolitan University is one of the UK’s most inspiring higher education institutions, offering the opportunity for passionate and committed individuals to make a difference to the lives of people and communities locally, nationally and internationally.
With over 70,000 students attracted to the city from all over the world, Manchester is the second largest student city in the UK.
Rising twelve places in the Times Higher Education for the quality its REF2014 submission, it delivers outstanding research that addresses the biggest challenges facing contemporary society.
Everything that Manchester represents a global, cutting-edge, and innovative city infuses the culture at Manchester Metropolitan University.
The University has an exciting opportunity to join the forward-thinking Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care as a Professor of Adult Nursing.
Based within the award-winning £139 million Brooks Building, the Faculty enjoys exceptional facilities and maintains two active and innovative Research Centres.
The Department of Nursing is home to a diverse range of experts, offering a unique combination of professional skills and healthcare expertise.
From School Nurses, District Nurses, Mental Health Nurses to Health Visitors and Emergency Practitioners the team is proactive, insightful and highly experienced in the practicalities of the nursing profession.
Hosting a vibrant and growing research community, the Department has a wide range of clinical and methodological expertise, and believes in delivering research-
informed teaching. The Department’s longstanding relationships with local NHS trusts and numerous educational institutions across the world, allows it to deliver research projects that inform professional practice and service development.
The incoming Professor will have substantial international reputation in scholarship and research within the field of Nursing, championing the highest standards in teaching, research and knowledge exchange.
We’ll need you to contribute to the professional development of Nursing, alongside processing the capability of obtaining research funding and planning for future funding opportunities.
The successful candidate will maintain a steady record of quality publications in peer reviewed journals or books, whilst demonstrating exceptional organisational, negotiating and leadership skills, with a clear and original vision for the syllabus.
A PhD in a relevant discipline is essential for this appointment.