Teaching and Learning Fellow (Sports Rehabilitation)

Opening Date:
10 Aug 2020
Closing Date:
9 Aug 2020
Salary Range:

The School of Health and Society is a leading centre for research and practice-informed education in in the North West. Our renowned and successful BSc (Hons) Sports Rehabilitation programme consistently rates highly regarding student satisfaction, graduate employability and achievement. This fixed term role is to cover maternity leave. The Sports Rehabilitation teaching team consists of experienced clinical practitioners who also have strong academic backgrounds in research and pedagogy. We are looking to recruit a vibrant and motivated Teaching and Learning Fellow in Sports Rehabilitation to join our team. You will contribute to undergraduate and potentially postgraduate learning, teaching and assessment, allied to working with our research and enterprise groups. Your skills and knowledge will enable you to demonstrate expertise in applied sports rehabilitation, aligned with our strong practitioner-focussed approach to education. You will also contribute to employability and professional engagement with relevant internal and external organisations, at local, national and international levels. There will also be an ability to offer module-level leadership within the programme.

To discuss this role further, please contact Dr Steve Atkins, Director of Sport, Exercise and Physiotherapy on S.J.Atkins@salford.ac.uk

Please note this vacancy closes at 23:59 on the date provided.

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