|Salary:||£36,333 to £40,745|
|Placed On:||18th May 2023|
|Closes:||11th June 2023|
Location: St John’s Campus
Interview Date: Thursday 22 June 2023
We are looking to appoint a Lecturer in Performance Analysis within the School of Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Worcester. Successful candidates will teach Performance Analysis modules across different pathways and on the MSc Sport (Performance Analysis) course. This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to a range of undergraduate sports programmes at the University of Worcester and to work externally with key industry partners.
As an integral member of the dynamic and expanding School of Sport and Exercise Science, the Lecturer in Performance Analysis will work within a team delivering high quality teaching. The post will also include the engagement in scholarly activity and where appropriate, research and consultancy. This post will strengthen the team of staff currently contributing to the study of Performance Analysis and requires the candidate to have experience of providing performance analysis support in a sport and/or performance-sport setting. Excellent knowledge of software developments and the ability to support staff and students to enhance understanding and share current practice is essential.
In the School of Sport and Exercise Science our vision is to use sport as an engine for opportunity - supporting positive social transformation. We have an excellent international reputation in the field of inclusive sport, pioneering new ways to unlock the joy of active participation in sport to hitherto marginalised and under-represented groups. We also maintain a strong focus on employability in our teaching. Worcester graduates are skilled, experienced, and enthusiastic, and we are confident that they will go on to make a significant impact as the sports practitioners of the future. We offer a range of courses from Foundation Degrees to PhD, with our most popular courses including BSc Sport and Exercise Science, BSc Sports Therapy and MSc Performance Analysis.
Our commitment to work that delivers real social benefit is facilitated through high quality teaching, world leading research, and ground-breaking facilities. For example, the University of Worcester Arena is the first sports facility in the UK to be designed with the needs of the wheelchair athlete in mind and also hosts a wide range of international sports events and conferences.
We have developed a range of well established, productive sporting and academic partnerships, both at home and overseas; collaborations that have helped cement Worcester’s place on the world stage.
From 1 August 2023, the salary range for this role will increase to Lecturer band AC2 £37,100 - £41,732, with the opportunity to progress to £45,585 and Senior Lecturer band AC3 £42,978 - £54,395, with the opportunity to progress to £59,422.
Informal discussions are welcome, and should be directed to Lerverne Barber, Head of the School of Sport and Exercise Science at email@example.com
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