|Salary:||Grade 7: £33,797 - Grade 8: £49,553|
|Placed On:||31st October 2019|
|Closes:||26th November 2019|
Location: Oxtalls Campus
The School of Sport & Exercise has an exciting opportunity to appoint a highly motivated Sports Therapy Lecturer/Senior Lecturer to join our Applied Sport and Exercise Science Team. The successful candidate will contribute to our flagship Sports Therapy programmes (BSc (Hons) & MSc) which are professionally accredited by The Society of Sports Therapists. The successful candidate would be joining a diverse, passionate staff base, with research expertise in the area of motor behaviour and injury prevention. The appointed candidate will be expected to contribute to the above areas and more widely across associated programmes, in the School of Sport and Exercise.
We invite graduate Sports Therapists or graduates from related disciplines to apply for this exciting position. Applicants should possess a good honours degree and post graduate qualification and ideally be a member of The Society of Sports Therapists or eligible for membership. Evidence of practical and teaching/supervisory experience are essential.
We are specifically looking for someone who can contribute to the delivery of the Sports Therapy competencies at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including rehabilitation, spinal and peripheral manual therapies and advanced clinical/sport and exercise therapy practice. For enquiries, please contact Academic Subject Lead - Samantha Barry-Wilson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This is a 0.5 FTE (18.5 hours, 2.5 days per week) opportunity, so is ideally suited to someone interested in balancing academia and clinical practice.
Interview Date: 05/12/2019
The University understands the benefits of recruiting a diverse range of people and welcome applications from under-represented sections of the community.
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