Lecturer in Health Sciences (Physiotherapy)

Opening Date:
21 May 2019
Closing Date:
17 Jun 2019
Salary Range:

Bangor University School of Health Sciences is offering an exciting opportunity for an experienced Physiotherapy Lecturer to join our team. We can offer a stimulating environment and support to enable you to fulfil your professional ambitions.

As part of our current ambitions and growth, at this very significant time, we would like to recruit to a Lectureship/Programme Lead in Physiotherapy. Candidates will have current registration with the Health and Care Professions Council, membership of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists. Candidates will also have a Postgraduate degree in a relevant subject area and a recognised teaching qualification. Those with an Advance HE Senior Fellowship will be considered favourably. The ability to communicate in Welsh is desirable for this post, and the School would particularly welcome applications from Welsh speakers.

At Grade 8, this post provides an exciting opportunity for experienced candidates to apply to take a leading role in the development of a Post Graduate Diploma in Physiotherapy.

This post is available on our teaching and scholarship career track. The successful candidate will have opportunities to contribute to teaching and learning across the School’s portfolio. Support will be provided to further lead innovation in teaching and learning, including in clinical practice, and encouragement to develop scholarship potential.

The School of Health Sciences mission is to mobilise its expertise and experience to generate new solutions to health challenges. We do this by leading health care research, scholarship, teaching and learning that is of the highest possible standard, quality and value to service users, practitioners and stakeholders. We aim to be an international example of best practice in partnership-working with students, professionals, health and social care services, and policy makers.

The post is available for a period of of 3 years in the first instance.