Lecturer in Motor Learning / Control (0.5 FTE)

AECC University College – School of Health, Wellbeing and Performance

The School of Health, Wellbeing and Performance at AECC University College is looking to appoint a Lecturer in Motor Learning / Control. AECC University College is a distinctive and specialised Higher Education Institution (HEI) internationally recognised for providing education in the domain of applied science, and is based in the cosmopolitan town of Bournemouth in the UK.

This is an exciting opportunity to join the University College at a key stage in its development. The new School of Health, Wellbeing and Performance is expanding its portfolio to include a number of exercise, health, and sport science-focused programmes including: Sport Science, Health and Exercise Science, Clinical Exercise and Rehabilitation Science. Reporting to the Head of School, the successful candidate will make an influential contribution to the development and delivery of this new exercise, health, and sport science provision at the Institution, and the expansion of our exercise, health, and sport science-focused research and scholarship activity.

The successful applicant should have or be near completing a PhD in motor learning/control or related subject. They should have a strong research or applied practice profile and have experience delivering on undergraduate exercise, health, and sport science degree programmes.

For an informal discussion please contact Stewart Cotterill via email (scotterill@aecc.ac.uk).

To apply, please download an application form and job description from our website (www.aecc.ac.uk). Completed application forms should be emailed to: recruitment@aecc.ac.uk or send to the Human Resources Team, AECC University College, Parkwood Campus, Parkwood Road, Bournemouth BH5 2DF.

Closing date: 9.00 am 25th April 2018.

Interviews: 9th May 2018.

We welcome applications from all sections of the community and value diversity in our workforce.

The Lecturer in Motor Learning/Control post holder will be responsible to the Head of School for Health, Wellbeing and Performance and will make an influential contribution to the development and delivery of this new exercise, health, and sport science provision at the Institution, and the expansion of our exercise, health, and sport science-focused research and scholarship activity.