Within the expanding School of Sport & Wellbeing, we are looking to appoint an enthusiastic, collaborative, high performing member of staff with a background in Health and Social Care or closely related area to contribute to our health-related programmes (e.g., Health & Social Care; Masters in Health & Well-being, the latter being an online programme).
You will have expertise and experience in and be able to contribute to the teaching of a range of health-related subjects. You will deliver curriculum covering contemporary health and social care theory and policy, health and social care leadership and skills, and their application to the fast-changing health and social care world, as well as an ability to contribute to some related areas of study, in particular management, leadership, and people management, and at masters level if suitably qualified and experienced. Therefore, a background in Health & Social Care would be particularly beneficial.
Applicants should be a graduate in a health-related subject, hold a relevant master’s degree, ideally be a member of a relevant professional body and have relevant experience in health and social care, public health and/or health promotion.
In addition, you will provide pastoral and subject student support, supervise projects and placements, and undertake administrative and managerial tasks associated with the above. You will also undertake research/knowledge exchange and/or professional practice and scholarship commensurate with the post to which you are appointed.
Informal enquiries may be addressed to Dr Chris Sellars, Head of the School of Sport & Wellbeing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: Sunday 31st July 2022
Interviews for these posts are expected to take place towards the end of August.
Further details and the online application are available at: https://www.leedstrinity.ac.uk/jobs.
If you have any queries about the application process, please email email@example.com or call 0113 283 7130.
Leeds Trinity University values diversity and inclusion and particularly encourages applications from the following groups as they are currently under-represented at this level within the University: Women, LGBT+ and Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic applicants, as well as candidates with disabilities, whether hidden or otherwise. The University will consider all forms of flexible working arrangements.