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Physiotherapy General Teaching Assistant

University of Bradford - School of Allied Health Professions and Midwifery

Location: Bradford
Salary: £29,799 to £32,548 per annum pro rata
Hours: Part Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 11th September 2018
Closes: 10th October 2018
Job Ref: HR0067712

This a part time role: 0.5 FTE; Fixed-Term (Maternity Cover)

Interview Date: Monday 22 October 2018

The University of Bradford is an ambitious world-leading technology University with a mission to provide education and research to 'Make knowledge work'. We offer an exciting portfolio of applied healthcare programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels alongside internationally renowned applied research.

The School of Allied Health Professions and Midwifery have developed a strong portfolio of education provision at undergraduate and postgraduate levels for Physiotherapy, Diagnostic Radiography, Occupational Therapy, Paramedic Science, and Midwifery, with staff contributing to teaching across Nursing and Health care leadership and the Physician Associate programmes.

The School is seeking a highly motivated Physiotherapy General Teaching Assistant who can work alongside our award winning Physiotherapy teaching team as well as in the Physiotherapy and Sport Rehabilitation Clinic to support students developing their physiotherapy and sport rehabilitation knowledge and skills for both the 3 year BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy Programme and our innovative 4 year MPhysiotherapy - Sport and Exercise Medicine programme. We provide excellent practical learning environments. You will demonstrate enthusiasm for your speciality and a willingness to be innovative and creative while making use of development opportunities to improve yourself. You will work collaboratively with staff in the School of Allied Health Professions and Midwifery, particularly the Physiotherapy team. You will also work collaboratively with the service user group and with our students to improve and develop our programmes and to develop research opportunities.

Faculty research activity fits into the three themed areas of Advanced Health Care, Innovative Engineering, and Sustainable Societies. We undertake research which is locally and internationally significant and includes work with NHS and other partners. Our vibrant research community is housed in the Faculty research clusters which provide a focus for strategic development and a direction for grant applications and publications. They are led by world-leading professors including Professor Maryann Hardy and Professor Bev Snaith (Radiography, reporting and digital technology), Professor Neil Small (Born in Bradford project), Professor Murna Downs (Dementia), Professor Mohamed Mohammed (Quality Improvement and Patient Safety), Professor Alan Kellehear (Public Health), and our newly developing rehabilitation research cluster, led by Professor Gail Mountain. We also have a number of collaborations across the Faculties of the University.

Due to the sensitive nature of this post, applicants will be required to disclose details of any criminal record including convictions, cautions, reprimands, and final warnings, and any other information which may have a bearing on their suitability for the post. The University of Bradford is an equal opportunities employer and disclosure need not necessarily be a bar to obtaining the position.

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