Lecturer in Exercise Physiology

Kingston University - Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing - Department of Applied and Human Sciences

This is an exciting time to join a proactive Sport and Exercise Science team at Kingston University and to contribute to the development of Sport and Exercise Physiology teaching and research. We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer who is a highly motivated forward thinking individual and is dedicated to developing innovative and pioneering teaching practices in sport physiology at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels with a potential to develop Undergraduate and Postgraduate research and to further inspire Postgraduate research. The post holder will be expected to be a team player and contribute to duties related to course administration/admissions and to pursue research and consultancy activities in line with their interests and those of the School and Faculty.

The Person
We seek a person who is interested in extending their sport physiology research portfolio and that of KU Sport and Exercise Science and can offer potential for income generation and collaboration. A team player in possession of a PhD and who is motivated by an opportunity to innovate and even transform the teaching practices within Sport and Exercise Physiology.

The Faculty
The Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing was designed to enable interdisciplinary study, research and projects – and provide hands-on, ‘real-world’ experiences for its students. More than 400 academics, support staff, researchers and research students work together alongside undergraduate and postgraduate students as one academic community.

Thanks to the Faculty’s success in the national Research Excellence Framework (REF), it will gain greater recognition for its cutting-edge research and continue to help change the world for the better.

The Faculty runs a comprehensive programme of outreach activities to take science, engineering and computing out into the community.

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