|Salary:||£23,715 to £24,948 per annum pro rata, Bursary £3,125 plus Fees Waiver|
|Placed On:||20th January 2023|
|Closes:||12th February 2023|
Salary range: £23,715 to £24,948 per annum pro rata
Actual salary: £17,786 to £18,711 per annum
Bursary £3,125 plus Fees Waiver
We are currently recruiting for two Physiology Laboratory Technicians to support the Institute of Sport, Nursing and Allied Health with particular focus on Sport and Exercise Physiology as well as Sports & Exercise Nutrition and Physiotherapy. The post holder will maintain laboratory facilities and equipment, and demonstrate use of equipment to staff and students whilst also undertaking a part time PhD. The post holder will be required to carry out duties across all degree schemes and work in multiple laboratories.
You will hold a MSc or equivalent in Sport or Exercise Science or a related area and demonstrate knowledge of Physiology Equipment (i.e. Biosen, Servomex and similar). You will have experience of working in a laboratory or academic environment and will have an exercise, environmental or human physiology and /or a life science background. Excellent communication and organisational skills are essential. This post is offered with a 0.25 fte PhD bursary with part time fee waiver.
The Institute has a strong research environment and has achieved excellent results in the most recent Research Excellence Framework with 83% of research rated internationally excellent or world leading. We have over 17 full-time members of staff qualified to supervise doctoral research across various topics within sport and physical activity (with particular research strengths and interests in Occupational Performance, Developing Sporting Performance, Health and Well-Being and Equality and Inclusion). Applicants must attach a PhD proposal of no more than 750 words to their application. We advise prospective candidates to contact Dr Mandy Gault, Head of Sport and Exercise Physiology via email at M.Gault@chi.ac.uk or telephone 01243 816472, who can put you in contact with appropriate supervisors to help develop your PhD proposal. Further details on research themes can be found at https://www.chi.ac.uk/research/research-areas/sport-research/
Informal enquiries for the technician role are welcomed by Marit Undheim, Senior Technician via email at M.Undheim@chi.ac.uk or telephone 01243 816306.
We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion at every level because we believe a diverse workforce benefits us all.
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