Lecturer: Grade 7 (£38,560 – £43,374 per annum)
Senior Lecturer: Grade 8 (£44,669 – £56,541 per annum)
Job reference: R7350
Permanent, full time (part-time hours will be considered)
Join our innovative team to inspire the Occupational Therapists of the future. We have many exciting developments underway, including a new degree apprenticeship route, and we need Occupational Therapists with a passion for student education and the profession to join us in delivering them. Due to our programme development and expansion, we are seeking to employ a full-time Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Occupational Therapy to help us achieve our ambitious plans. Part-time would also be considered.
The Department of Allied Health Professions, Sport and Exercise has an excellent portfolio of education and research. You will teach within a department delivering Occupational Therapy and other health related programmes.
We are looking to appoint an Occupational Therapist with a broad range of practice experience able to teach in many areas across the curriculum. We particularly welcome Occupational Therapists with neurological practice experience to complement our existing experienced team. You will be committed to partnership working and an enthusiasm for practice research is particularly welcome. You will have experience of working with students and will be able to inspire them to excel through positive role modelling and innovative teaching. This appointment will involve practical and theoretical teaching across the undergraduate and apprenticeship occupational therapy degree programmes. You will be expected to support further developments within the department, both in a profession specific and multi-disciplinary context.
Registration with the HCPC as an Occupational Therapist prior to commencing and a masters degree are essential. You must be a member of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) or have capacity to obtain membership within 12 months of appointment.
For Lecturer or Senior Lecturer posts, you must be prepared to register and study towards a doctorate if you do not already hold one.
This post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.
The University is deeply committed to equality and diversity for all its students and staff. We seek to be diverse and inclusive, supporting individuals and groups to fulfil their potential and nurture a sense of belonging. We strive to be an accessible, inclusive employer, removing barriers for all. Find out more about our approach to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, including our commitments and accreditations as a Disability Confident Employer, Stonewall Top 100 Employer, Athena SWAN Bronze Award holder and our membership of the Race Equality Charter.
Informal enquiries are welcome and should be made Dr Matthew Haines by email at email@example.com