|Location:||Sligo - Ireland|
|Salary:||€57,813 to €90,346 or £49,613.73 to £77,532.77 (converted salary*) (11 points)|
|Placed On:||3rd September 2021|
|Closes:||17th September 2021|
Closing Date: 12pm on 17/09/2021
Description of Post
The successful candidate will be required to undertake lecturing and associated duties (on-site and online) pertaining to a range of modules up to and including Level 9 within the School/Faculty, with special emphasis on Clinical Physiology/Physiological Science including Cardiac Physiology, Respiratory Physiology, Vascular Physiology, Neurophysiology and Gastrointestinal Physiology, Clinical Measurement, Anatomy, Medical Instrumentation, Exercise Physiology, and Health Sciences.
The successful candidate will also be required to supervise postgraduate research and engage in the development of new learning provisions.
This post will involve teaching in areas that encompass a broad spectrum of topics in Physiological Science, and will be expected to develop and enhance the Clinical Measurement discipline area in IT Sligo, providing leadership and expertise in a manner which engages with the student body and ensures that the students understand the relevance and application of their core learning. The post-holder will also be expected to directly engage with a range of clinical professionals, and oversee student placements and work experience in hospital and other relevant settings which may necessitate national travel to host organizations.
Similarly, all new academic staff will be expected to champion the development of new viable courses for whole-time or part-time delivery in disciplines with the broad subject area cognate with the title of the post, engage in relevant research, which will expand the research expertise and activity in the Faculty.
Applicants must, as a minimum, hold an MSc at 2.2 or better in Clinical Measurement, Clinical Physiology, Physiology and Anatomy or equivalent.
Applicants must have a minimum of three years post-qualification experience, including a working knowledge of Clinical Measurement/Clinical Physiology, consistent with the duties and responsibilities of a clinical-facing post, which would include demonstrable work/training undertaken in a relevant clinical setting.
Applicants must have up-to-date knowledge and skills in Clinical Measurement/Clinical Physiology and have no legal or other impediment that would affect their ability to practise safely and effectively in an academic or clinical setting.
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