KU00001774 Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy
An exciting opportunity has arisen for one full time position as a Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy (Cardio-respiratory) in the School of Allied Health Professions, to teach across the School’s undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum. The School offers high quality undergraduate and postgraduate provision and is part of a wider research community via the Faculty Research Institutes. Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation and Exercise Science are established and growing programmes within the School. From September 2019 have offered a 4 year MSci in Physiotherapy and since January 2020 a pre-registration Masters in Physiotherapy.
You will play a part in the development of educational initiatives aligned with the School strategic direction, and will pursue scholarly activities in line with the School focus. You will be an HCPC registered Physiotherapist with extensive teaching and research or scholarship experience within Higher Education. You will have experience of leadership of education programmes and experience of providing strategic vision and leadership in the development of educational programmes and enterprise.
Applications for job share/part-time contracts are welcome.
The School is situated at the heart of Keele University’s beautiful and vibrant campus. The University has excellent transport links and is situated within an hour of the cities of Manchester and Birmingham.
Keele University values equality and diversity across our workforce and to ensuring our staff community is reflective of the diversity of our student population. The School has Athena SWAN bronze status. In support of these commitments the University welcomes applications from individuals of Black, Asian and ethnic minority backgrounds for all roles.
Please note this appointment is subject to both medical clearance by the University’s Occupational Health provider and a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service check.
For full post details please visit: keele.ac.uk/vacancies
Interviews will be conducted on the 22nd July 2021