Birmingham Newman University is located in a quiet residential area only a few miles from Birmingham City Centre, which creates a tranquil and focused learning environment for students. Newman is a different kind of university; we’re driven by the belief that higher education should enable us to develop new ways of understanding the world and help make a positive impact within it.
Newman’s interactive teaching styles and pedagogy of partnership seek to ensure that we teach and learn with our students, working together to make a difference in and for our communities. With a diverse study body, providing a personalised student experience is a hallmark of the Newman offer; we listen to students to continually improve and shape the University experience empowering all students to be able to grow and succeed.
What are we looking for?
Birmingham Newman University is looking to recruit Visiting Lecturers within (the School of Nursing & Allied Health, Pre-registration Physiotherapy, FASPS) with a passion for excellent and quality teaching.
The recently formed School of Nursing and Allied Health is seeking to work with experienced Physiotherapists and Physiotherapy academics to help us deliver our BSc (Hons) programme. The University is currently in the process of expanding our Allied Health provision. The successful candidates would work together with the Head of Allied Health and Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy, to contribute to the development and delivery of module material and related marking/assessments.
Applicants with experience within the areas of population health and rehabilitation (musculoskeletal/neurological/respiratory) would be particularly welcomed. We anticipate this activity will be undertaken between January 2024 to March. We are interested in individuals who can contribute two days per week. However, we also welcome individuals who are able to contribute to sessional work.
If appointed as a Visiting Lecturer, teaching will be allocated on an hourly basis. Successful applicants will be contacted when their expertise is required during the course of the academic year.
The number of hours available will be subject to course requirements and may be offered at short notice. The hourly rate of pay for this role varies dependant on the type of work completed.
Please see Appendix One of the associated job description for more information.
Relevant subject expertise is essential. Teaching experience and/or a teaching qualification is also preferred.
Informal enquiries about this opportunity are very welcome. Ronnie Meechan, Associate Dean (Head of School of Nursing & Allied Health email@example.com or Dr Annabel Masson, Head of Subject Allied Health, firstname.lastname@example.org. An application form and further details about this role are available from newman.ac.uk/jobs.
Please email your completed application form by the advertised closing date to: email@example.com.
Closing date for applications: 3rd January 2024
Birmingham Newman University is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Birmingham Newman University is located on Genners Lane, Bartley Green, Birmingham, West Midlands, B32 3NT.