|Salary:||£35,333 to £39,745 per annum, AC2|
|Placed On:||10th March 2023|
|Closes:||24th March 2023|
University College Birmingham are looking for an outstanding individual with experience of teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level or substantial work experience within the field of strength and conditioning sport and nutrition to join our team.
You will have suitable experience to deliver specialist modules as a strength and conditioning lecturer that translate theory into practice in this field and be able to make a significant impact on the career aspirations of our students. Furthermore, you will have the ability to lead or support delivery across a range of modules, including Sports biomechanics, science of human performance, field - based conditioning and sports nutrition.
You will join an excellent team working to deliver a high-quality educational experience in the Department of Sport and Nutrition. Based in our Moss House Campus, which houses a commercial clinic, Human Performance Centre and Laboratory, you will be able to further develop our external links to maximise the vocational experiences of our students alongside your excellent teaching.
Closing Date: Friday 24 March 2023 at midday.
Interview Dates: TBC
How to apply:
Apply online or download an application pack at http://jobs.ucb.ac.uk/
UCB is an equal opportunities employer.
University College Birmingham is proud to have been voted UK University of the Year in the prestigious 2022 Whatuni Student Choice Awards. We are also the best university for Student Support. The awards are voted for by students showcasing the incredible relationships we foster here at University College Birmingham between Staff and Students.
University College Birmingham works in partnership with the University of Warwick - Ranked eighth in the 2023 Guardian League Tables and 10th in the UK in the QS World University rankings 2023.
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