New Posts in Sport and Life Sciences

The Faculty of Health Education and Life Sciences at Birmingham City University is seeking exceptional candidates to lead through a period of unprecedented growth and development. Birmingham City University is investing £41 Million in a purpose built development. The 10,500m² building at City South Campus in Edgbaston will enable the University to offer a broad range of new health, life science and sports courses. To facilitate these developments, we are investing in a range of lecturing/senior lecturing staff plus a number of supporting technical posts.

We are seeking experienced academics and technical staff with a track record in teaching and learning, research and practice-based education. Successful candidates will enable the further development of our new curricula within the Departments of Sport and Life Sciences. These posts will contribute to the School, Faculty and University’s strategic priorities. This is an exciting time to be joining the School of Health Sciences as it launches its new Life Science and Sports courses in September 2017. This new provision includes BSc Biomedical Sciences; MEng Biomedical Engineering; BSc Sport and Exercise Science; BSc Sports Therapy; BSc Sport and Exercise Nutrition; BSc Physical Education and School Sport; MSc Sports Therapy; MSc Dietetics and MSc Physiotherapy.

Birmingham City University seeks to be a single status employer and benefits include up to 32 days annual holiday, an index linked contributory pension scheme and an employee medical scheme.

Birmingham City University is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.