|Salary:||£34,304 to £40,927 (Grade 7) per annum|
|Placed On:||21st September 2021|
|Closes:||1st November 2021|
Liverpool Hope University is a vibrant community with high scholarly standards. We are proud of our past, confident in our present, and ambitious for our future. We have submitted 100% of our Research active staff (colleagues with Significant Responsibility for Research) in thirteen Units of Assessment for REF 2021. The University has particular research strengths in areas of social sciences, humanities, creative and performing arts, education, health sciences, psychology, earth sciences, mathematics, computer science and engineering. This developing research expertise builds upon and complements our already well-established reputation for excellence in teaching and learning and TEF gold. We are a research-informed, teaching led University of distinction and we have already made excellent progress in making this ambition a reality. Our policy is to combine these elements of our work in keeping with the University’s stated academic profile as a research-informed teaching University of distinction. It is in this context that we are recruiting scholars who will join with us in our pursuit of excellence. These opportunities include the post of:
Clinical Tutor or Lecturer in Health Sciences (Focus on Sport Physiotherapy or Sports Medicine)
In the context of good recruitment and an expanding academic portfolio Liverpool The School of Health Sciences at Liverpool Hope University is planning to expand on its successful and popular sport-related degree programmes. Continued investment in facilities, equipment, and high-quality teaching and research staff has helped build our national and international reputation. Dedication to both teaching and research excellence along with top-class facilities have been central to our success.
The appointee will make a full contribution to the School of Health Sciences in terms of a demonstrable commitment to teaching, learning, scholarship and research (Lecturer), and associated activities towards supporting a diverse student population, and maximising their potential. Applications are invited from candidates with a broad knowledge, experience, and specialism in Sport Physiotherapy/Sports Medicine. The ability to contribute to other related areas such as Physical Activity & Health and Athletic Training (strengthening & conditioning) will be an advantage.
You will provide an outstanding experience to students studying our BSc Sport Rehabilitation programme and MSc Sports Medicine, Exercise and Health and support with the coordination, further development, and planning of the existing and new provisions. The post will involve the supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate students, including clinical/vocational placements and dissertations. You will also contribute to the running and management of our on-site Physiotherapy and Sport Rehabilitation Clinic (PSRC). You will be based in our dedicated facilities within the School of Health Sciences and Hope Park Sport Buildings. You will require to hold relevant undergraduate and postgraduate qualification (please see Person Specifications) and be accredited by a professional body (HCPC, CSP, or equivalent). PhD qualification and proven track record in research and publication is a requirement for “Lecturer” but not for Clinical Tutor appointment.
This post would be ideal for practicing Sport Physiotherapist or Sports Medicine with clinical experience, and a sound understanding and knowledge of relevant education and practice within the context of the UK.
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