Graduate Tutor in Sport Management

Northumbria University - Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

5 years (2 years fixed term contract with a further 3 year extension dependent on academic progress)

The Department of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation offers an extensive and successful portfolio of teaching, research and innovation across the breadth of sport and physiotherapy disciplines.  The Faculty has experienced a remarkable period of growth embracing a £5 million refurbishment of bioscience and psychology laboratories and a state-of-the-art suite of sport science laboratories, sports courts and track that form part of a £30 million Sport Central City Campus investment.

Working within the Department of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation, you will contribute to research, teaching and entrepreneurial activities in Sport Management. The department has particular strengths within its extensive and successful portfolio of teaching, research and innovation in Health and Rehabilitation, Human Performance, Sport Nutrition, Sport Coaching and applied Sport Management.

You will be responsible for delivering high quality teaching activities and supporting senior staff with module delivery, and undertaking individual Doctoral research to produce quality academic outputs. You will be supported to undertake a PhD and in your own development as a researcher and as an educator.

You must hold a good honours degree and have passion for developing knowledge within the subject area of Sport Management. You will be required to study for a Doctoral qualification in this area, within the capabilities of staff supervision. It is preferable that this PhD is within the area of Sport Volunteering.

For informal enquiries about this post please contact the Acting Head of Department, Chris Tait on 0191 227 3371

For more information about the Department please visit their homepage -  

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Northumbria University is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community and particularly from under-represented groups.

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