|Location:||Dubai - United Arab Emirates|
|Placed On:||17th March 2023|
|Closes:||19th April 2023|
The School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences is world-leading, performing cutting-edge and translational research in all aspects of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation. This allows us to address societal challenges from multidisciplinary perspectives through impactful research that also enriches our degree programmes.
We are seeking to appoint an Associate Professor in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy based on the University’s Dubai Campus who will make a substantial contribution to education and administration. The post holder will be expected to lead the development and delivery of our musculoskeletal physiotherapy programmes in Dubai. Alongside this they will be an excellent academic citizen on the Dubai campus, likely to be demonstrated through generous, mutually respectful, and supportive working relationships with all staff and students.
Importantly, we invite applications from individuals committed to incorporating principles of equality and inclusivity in all aspects of their research, teaching and administrative responsibilities.
To contribute at a senior level and on a sustained basis to the leadership and delivery of musculoskeletal physiotherapy education. Where appropriate, this will include:
Lead activities in the School and represent the School on College/University committees or working groups. Where appropriate to the discipline, this is likely to include some but not all the responsibilities listed below:
Contributing to an inclusive working environment:
Informal queries Matt Bridge (UK); email - firstname.lastname@example.org, and David Sadler (Dubai); email - email@example.com
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