Vocational Training Council
Senior Lecturer (Nursing)
VIBRANT AND VITAL VTC
Vocational Training Council (VTC), established in 1982, has always been at the forefront of vocational and professional education and training (VPET). As a statutory body, we exist within Hong Kong education system to ensure the skills of the Hong Kong workforce remain fresh and future ready. Our mandate to provide VPET is vital in meeting industry needs, and in fulfilling the aspirations of some 200,000 young people and in-service workers who attend a programme every year at one of our 13 member institutions. Join us if you share our mission.
Health and Life Sciences Discipline
Major Duties : To (a) provide academic leadership in the programme design, curriculum planning and development, validation and accreditation of new programmes / services to meet the need of the healthcare industry; (b) build a strong partnership and network with industry and academic partners to facilitate programme development / activities; (c) reach out to stakeholders in various nursing and healthcare-related sectors, including but not limited to government departments, professional bodies and public organisations etc., and to facilitate the professional accreditation of programmes; (d) develop and review quality policies for the discipline / operational unit, and to be responsible for maintaining the standard and quality of the programmes; (e) work closely with all stakeholders, both internal and external, for the betterment of Vocational and Professional Education and Training (VPET); (f) act as Programme Leader and serve in Programme Board(s), Boards of Examiners and other academic / management committees and workgroups as required; (g) assist in overseeing the daily operations of the operation unit and ensure effective management of resources of the operational unit; (h) perform teaching duties and supervise student projects / fieldwork placement where necessary; and (i) participate in departmental projects and functions including but not limited to consultancy services, research studies, seminars and exhibitions.
Requirements : (a) A recognised master degree in Nursing; candidates with a doctoral degree in Nursing / Education or a related discipline are highly preferred; (b) A valid Registered Nurse (Part 1) Practicing Certificate issued by the Nursing Council of Hong Kong; (c) At least 5 years' experience at an appropriate level of responsibility in nursing or healthcare; (d) Solid experience in programme curriculum development, programme validation and accreditation, and an in-depth understanding of the latest regulatory requirements in nursing are highly preferred; (e) Good track records of professional development and strong linkages with the industry, professional bodies and related groups; (f) Good administrative, interpersonal, communication and team-building skills; and (g) Good presentation skills and a high level of proficiency in both English and Chinese, preferably including Putonghua.
- Application forms [VTC-1 (Rev. 3/2023)] are available from : (i) G/F., VTC Tower, 27 Wood Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong; or (ii) the website http://www.vtc.edu.hk/html/en/career.html
- Interested applicants should apply for the post via email. A completed application form, together with a full curriculum vitae, should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Completed application form (VTC-1) and detailed curriculum vitae (CV) should be combined into one file in PDF format with a file size below 10MB.
- The file should be saved with the applicant's name as "your surname and given name", e.g. "CHAN Tai-man.pdf".
- For the email subject, please cite : "Application for Senior Lecturer (Nursing) (Ref. No.: C/KC-HLS/SL(Nursing)/02/23-AP1)".
- Original and copy of other supporting documents are to be provided at a later stage upon request.
Applicants not invited for interview within 10 weeks from the closing date may consider their applications unsuccessful. The Council reserves the right not to fill the post(s). Personal data collected will be used for recruitment purposes only. Information on unsuccessful candidates will normally be destroyed 12 months after the completion of the recruitment exercise.