Clinical Visiting Tutor

Opening Date:
17 Mar 2023
Closing Date:
11 Apr 2023
Salary Range:

Faculty of Health & Life Sciences (HLS)
Salary: £28,762 per annum pro rata
Basis: Part time

We have an exciting opportunity to join our Physiotherapy placement team on a sessional basis to support the supervision and assessment of physiotherapy learners on their practice placements.

We have established a dedicated academic team comprising staff experienced in delivering our physiotherapy courses, and you will supported by the placement team. We have committed to being able to offer a contemporary placement to all our learners across all courses and to deliver this at scale we are looking to recruit physiotherapists to support this via long arm supervision and practice based assessment. To achieve this we are recruiting Clinical Visiting Tutors (CVTs) from across the UK, ensuring a robust, nationally representative team with a range of clinical, educational, leadership and research based experiences. Our CVTs will:

  • Bring specialist knowledge of contemporary practiceand support high quality practice based education
  • Provide a wide geographical spread
  • Ensure we have a flexible and agile workforce, enhancing our capacity for placements.

All new recruits will be HCPC registrants with a minimum of three-years post-registration experience.

The successful candidate will have experience in practice-based learning and be able to demonstrate an ability to utilise evidence-informed practice within their clinical field. Experience of supervision and coaching, either within a HEI or as a clinical educator is required for the role. Job descriptions will be available upon request from the Human Resources Department. The role is on a sessional basis and hours can be negotiated with post holders.

The University offers academic and professional development opportunities and provides a Post Graduate Certificate Teaching Qualification leading to HEA accreditation.

Informal enquiries should be addressed to:
Mr Kirk Holland – Assistant Professor Physiotherapy: Contemporary and role emerging practice lead via