Senior lecturer in public health nutrition
University of Chester - Department of clinical sciences and nutrition
|Salary:||£37,075 to £41,709|
|Placed on:||29th November 2016|
|Closes:||3rd January 2017|
The Department of Clinical Sciences and Nutrition wish to appoint a Senior Lecturer in Public Health Nutrition to programme lead the established MSc in PHN and contribute to the growing suite of highly successful and professionally accredited programmes in the department. You will possess a higher degree (or equivalent) relevant to the field of Public Health Nutrition and be registered with/ can apply for registration, with the UK professional body for Nutrition and/or Dietetics. A PhD, or willingness to achieve, is essential.
The Department of Clinical Sciences and Nutrition is an established and leading provider of undergraduate and post graduate programmes in nutrition related programmes, including Human Nutrition, Nutrition and Dietetics, Obesity Prevention and Weight Management, Cardio-vascular Health and Rehabilitation and Exercise and Nutrition Science. The majority of our programmes are accredited by the Association for Nutrition and the British Dietetic Association. We are commissioned by the NHS to deliver Nutrition and Dietetics programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, delivering these for more than a decade.
The University of Chester is consistently improving its presence and position within various national higher education rankings. The Department consists of high profile leading edge practitioners and academics with aspirations to create new provision and research in the field. We are looking for highly skilled and enthusiastic experts in nutrition and public health.
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