Principal Lecturer in Podiatry

Opening Date:
28 Apr 2022
Closing Date:
10 May 2022
Salary Range:

Are you looking for an innovative and vibrant academic community in which to take your next step? At Brighton, we embrace individuality and we encourage our students and staff to explore their passions and their curiosity.

You will be Joining the Podiatry team in the School of Sport and Health Sciences in supporting students at both undergraduate BSc and MSc, apprentices and post registration MSc. Your new role will give you the opportunity to lead the team, embedding innovative teaching and simulation opportunities on the Eastbourne campus, whilst supporting the upcoming transition to the Falmer Campus in 2024. You will be working with an established team to enhance the student experience and share in the co-creation and delivery of these popular and respected programmes. 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.

In order to be successful in this post, you should have an up to date knowledge and experience of the field of podiatry and will be required to have a current HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council) registration as a Podiatrist, in addition to which, as the successful candidate you should also have:

  • A good (1st or 2:1) degree in Podiatry.
  • A Higher Education teaching qualification and / or a HEA Fellowship.
  • Understanding of academic and award standards and the range and level of knowledge and
    skills, both subject-specific and generic, which the programme is intended to foster.
  • Competent use and development of a variety of teaching and learning strategies and methods of

As a Principal Lecturer you will also play a part in the wider school, supporting staff to develop
the school and the university in line with our strategic areas which focus on putting the students at the heart of everything and developing a university which enables staff, liberates talent and makes a difference through research and enterprise.

For full details of this post, please see the attached job description and person specification.

If you would like an informal discussion about this post, please email: Sarah Lewis-Tulett (Associate Dean (Education & Student Exp) at

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