Job reference: REQ010557
Salary: £28,762 – £38,592 per annum
Coventry University has been ranked joint first amongst Modern Universities in England for career prospects and we are in the top 6 universities for student experience. Our commitment to providing the best for our students doesn’t stop with them, it starts with our people. Without our dedicated teams, we wouldn’t be ranked so highly or have won any of our numerous awards.
We are one of the largest employers in Coventry and we offer our people a place to belong and an organisation to be proud of.
We have a strong collaborative culture within the team, and you will need to demonstrate the core values of inclusion and belonging for all and in return we will support all to excel in their careers within physiotherapy and higher education. You will be joining the curriculum team who are committed to developing the physiotherapy workforce of the future. We are seeking an enthusiastic, creative, and ambitious physiotherapist who are keen to make steps into an academic role. We will support you to use your knowledge and experience to grow the future workforce of physiotherapy in supporting readiness for placement, delivering creative and innovative approaches in practice-based learning within our pre-registration courses.
This new post has been developed to support preparation for placement, to support readying our learners for their practice placements including co-ordinating delivery of clinical skills training and placement preparation and reflection sessions. For the Assistant Lecturer post, applicants should demonstrate a wide range of clinical experience within the UK context and is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in an academic career.
The salary is dependent upon the skills and qualifications of the individual.
The University offers academic and professional development and provides a Post Graduate Certificate Teaching Qualification for those who do not hold a recognised teaching qualification.
We welcome potential applicants to visit the campus and meet the teaching teams for an informal discussion.