Lecturer / Clinical Teacher in Physiotherapy

Opening Date:
21 May 2022
Closing Date:
19 Jun 2022
Salary Range:

We are seeking an enthusiastic, innovative, solution focused physiotherapists who have current, or recent, the experience of working across clinical and practice placement settings. The post is for individuals want to develop an academic career but need support to do this. These post is being offered at two different grade levels depending on your experience and qualifications: The grade 8 Lecturer in Physiotherapy post, or the Grade 7 Clinical Teacher post.

You will have the opportunity to use your knowledge and experience, working with our physiotherapy academics to teach, demonstrate and assess physiotherapy techniques and clinical decision making within a clear teaching framework. You will also be engaged with a range of other teaching areas, learning and assessment and student pastoral support.

You will work collaboratively with our academic staff, students, service users, carer groups, and partner organisations to continually improve and develop our programme and develop new opportunities.

Depending on your level of experience and the post for which you apply (Lecturer or Clinical teacher) your role and level of responsibility will differ. Please see the accompanying job descriptions. Please state on your application which post you are applying for.

This post will also offer you support in developing your academic career. We will support you to develop your skills in areas of associated academic activity such as assessment, marking, and curriculum development and you will be supported to develop a portfolio of learning through our Bradford Fellowship and the Bradford Academic pathways.

We welcome applicants who bring a diversity of professional and/or lived experience from across communities who are currently underrepresented in our teams, including individuals from BME and LGBT+ communities, who would be positive role models for our students, colleagues and service users.

The University offers an attractive range of staff benefits, including a discounted Gym membership and will support relocation assistance. We are also open to discussing potential secondments or working arrangements with current employers.

Due to the sensitive nature of this post, applicants will be required to disclose details of any criminal record including convictions, cautions, reprimands and final warnings and any other information, which may have a bearing on their suitability for the post. The University of Bradford is an equal opportunities employer and disclosure need not necessarily be a bar to obtaining the position.

Informal enquiries prior to application can be made to Lorna Campbell, l.a.campbell@bradford.ac.uk.