Lecturer in Physiotherapy (0.5 full-time equivalent)

Opening Date:
18 Aug 2022
Closing Date:
13 Sep 2022
Salary Range:

We would like you to bring your skills and experience to join our Physiotherapy team in the School of Sport and Health Sciences, where you will be teaching and supporting students undertaking both pre-registration and post registration studies.

In your new role, you will have the opportunity to be part of a creative team, embedding innovative teaching and simulation opportunities on the Eastbourne campus, whilst supporting the upcoming transition to the Falmer Campus in 2024. You would be joining our inspiring team of academics focused on the learning and teaching of Physiotherapy on our pre- registration BSc and MSc course and we are developing a new L6/7 apprenticeship programme for pre-registration Physiotherapy to run alongside our established programmes. There is also an opportunity to contribute to the post registration education in a range of courses including the MSc Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. You will be expected to understand and be able to support a range of assessments and clinical practice / teaching in our on-campus clinical facilities. We provide a stimulating learning experience, motivating and inspiring students to become critical thinkers and high-quality professionals.

We are particularly looking to recruit someone with Musculoskeletal expertise and MACP accreditation would be an advantage. In order to be successful in this post, you should have:

  • A good (1 or 2:1) relevant degree, in Physiotherapy
  • Recent professional experience as a physiotherapist or recent experience as an academic contributing to physiotherapy education.
  • Current or eligibility for Health and Care Professions Council registration as a Physiotherapist
  • A Higher Education teaching qualification and/or an HEA Fellowship, or willingness to undertake this within the first 12 months
  • Up-to-date, sound knowledge of current developments in health, social care and the range of skills required to teach the subject
  • It is desirable to have post-graduate qualifications and an active research portfolio. If you have a Doctorate and can supervise at this level, you will have opportunities to develop as the university has an active programme for supporting early career researchers.

For informal enquiries please contact Health and Rehabilitation co-Subject Lead, Dr Lucy Redhead l.redhead@brighton.ac.uk or Dr Alan Richardson a.j.richardson@brighton.ac.uk

This post is for a 0.5FTE and permanent.

Interviews week beginning 26th September 2022.