|Salary:||£37,839 to £44,462 includes London weighting|
|Placed On:||13th September 2021|
|Closes:||4th October 2021|
We seek an experienced, enthusiastic and highly motivated UK HCPC-registered Occupational Therapist to join the progressive Division of Occupational Therapy in the School of Allied and Community Health, Institute of Health and Social Care at London South Bank University. This is for a fixed-term post (1 year) on a part-time basis - 0.6FTE.
The successful candidate will be an experienced occupational therapist and/or academic, committed to providing a high-quality experience for students on pre- and post-registration and CPPD programmes. Teaching experience is desirable but not essential for a lecturer role.
The Institute of Health and Social Care is committed to supporting its staff in pursuing scholarship and research in teaching and discipline-based subject areas. A comprehensive staff development programme is in operation across the University, supporting a transparent career development framework.
For an informal discussion please contact Dr Paul Sugarhood at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note, the contact details listed are for enquiries only. The application (covering letters and curriculum vitae) documents sent directly to the contact listed will be disregarded. See the 'How to Apply' section below for information on how to submit an application.
How to Apply:
To apply, please provide an up to date CV and cover letter which addresses the selection criteria in the job description.
Please Note: The Job Reference number for this post is REQ6294
Closing date for applications: midnight on Monday 4th October 2021
The interviews are scheduled for Friday 15th October and will be held on Microsoft Teams.
#HappyToTalkWorkingFlexibly (for part time roles)
Employment Visa: Under the UK Governments PSB scheme this role meets the criteria to be sponsored by LSBU for a Skilled Worker Route (SWR) application.
Please be advised that currently LSBU will only support the Certificate of Sponsorship for any employment visas and will not support the payment of the employment visa for the offered candidate and/or dependants.
During the unprecedented situation of Corona Virus (COVID-19), we want to provide some assurances that where possible we are continuing with recruitment to our vacancies and look forward to you applying. Emails will be used to correspond with applicants, please ensure that you use an email account that you regularly monitor. We have provisions to conduct interviews remotely and will direct you to the relevant video interviewing system via email.
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