Lecturer/Associate Professor in Physiotherapy

Opening Date:
1 Nov 2018
Closing Date:
9 Dec 2018
Salary Range:

An exciting opportunity has become available within the School of Health Professions for an Associate Professor or Lecturer in Physiotherapy (depending on experience). The position is a full time substantive post to contribute to our exceptional academic offer. We offer a range of programmes, delivered in excellent facilities and we have a robust reputation in learning, teaching and research. The BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy programme is ranked in the top 10 of the Complete University Guide.

Research (60%): You will provide academic leadership by coordinating a broad research programme and activity in an area of recognised excellence that has impact on the field of physiotherapy. You will also supervise the work of postgraduate students and mentor colleagues to support the development of research skills.

Education (40%): You will contribute to the delivery of outstanding undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, scholarship and knowledge transfer which enhances the learning environment and contributes to a high-quality student experience. You will participate in the quality assurance processes and performance review as appropriate.

You will be a registered physiotherapist (or eligible for registration) with appropriate academic and/or professional experience in an area of physiotherapy. You will be a team player who will promote and motivate further research excellence as well as research informed teaching. You will have an in depth understanding of contemporary physiotherapy practice and research. You will hold a PhD qualification, with a significant track record of publications and international recognition.

Depending on experience it may be possible for this appointment to be made at lecturer grade with a view to working towards promotion.

Please demonstrate how you meet the essential criteria outlined in the knowledge, qualifications, training and experience elements of the job description in your supporting statement.