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Curriculum Lead (Programme Director) Clinical Psychology

Opening Date:
31 May 2024
Closing Date:
26 Jun 2024
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Curriculum Lead (Programme Director) Clinical Psychology Job Reference: 2007 Department: School of Health and Care Salary: Competitive starting salary range from £57,696 up to £61,198 pro rata (dependent upon experience) with the potential to progress. A discretionary range for candidates with exceptional experience can be discussed/considered. Mode: Permanent, Part Time Our Mission Coventry University Group is a global education group with a mission of Creating Better Futures. Driven by our passion and belief that through education, equity, and innovation our students, people, and communities are empowered to transform their lives and the world around them. The Role The School of Health and Care delivers an extensive range of undergraduate and post graduate courses for professionals working in health and social care settings including; nursing, midwifery, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, dietetics, paramedic science, operating department practice, diagnostic radiography, Talking Therapies, clinical psychology and public health. We are currently seeking to recruit a senior academic into the role of Curriculum Lead. This person will act in the capacity of Programme Director for the Clinical Psychology Doctorate, a course which is underpinned by a contract with NHS England. Our Successful Candidate The successful candidate will be a highly motivated individual who will join the School’s senior leadership team to drive the School’s vision and ambitions for the Clinical Psychology curriculum area. With a vision to further enhance the success of the portfolio, applicants should have experience of developing and delivering education programmes within the UK, and line managing academic teams within a relevant portfolio. You will have strategic responsibility for leading curriculum development and for managing the allocation of resource to ensure performance and growth targets are achieved and to support staff in effective delivery of high-quality courses and promote an excellent student experience. Applications for the Curriculum Lead (Programme Director) for the Clinical Psychology Doctorate must hold HCPC registration. This role is offered on a part-time basis (0.6 FTE) equivalent to 3 days per week. Please submit a supporting statement with your CV. If would like to informally discuss this role further, please contact Suzanne Hilton – Head of School: s.hilton@coventry.ac.uk. The Benefits As a staff member of Coventry University, you will have a access to a wide range of industry leading rewards and benefits which includes:
  • Excellent Employers Pension Contribution
  • 38 days Annual leave plus Bank Holidays
  • New Holiday Purchase Scheme up to 5 additional days
  • Life Assurance 4x Salary
  • BUPA Cash Plan
  • 50% off Tuition Fee’s for staff dependants
  • CU Reward Scheme – Discounts across a range of High Street/ Online Retailers
  • New Electric Car Scheme
  • Cycle To work scheme
Our Culture As a global Education Group, equality, diversity, and inclusion are embedded within the fabric of our organisation and are a key focus of our core values. We harness the power and potential of the diverse cultures, backgrounds, abilities, and experiences of our students, colleagues, and partners to create opportunities for all. Closing Date: 26/06/2024

Professor of Rehabilitation

Opening Date:
17 May 2024
Closing Date:
30 Jun 2024
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We have an opportunity for a Professor to join our Centre for Human Movement and Rehabilitation (CHMR). The Centre for Human Movement and Rehabilitation is a thriving research group focusing on a range of topics, including outcome measurement, clinical trials, digital technologies to support health behaviour change and prosthetic and orthotic design. With extensive investment from the University, we boast outstanding facilities, including human performance laboratories, markerless motion capture and cutting-edge ultrasound equipment. In REF2021, CHMR was returned to UoA3, with 72% of our outputs, 83% of our impact, and 100% of our research environment, being judged world-leading or internationally excellent. This outstanding performance propelled us 25 places in the Times Higher league table (UoA3), and we now rank 20th for research power. CHMR is home to the £5.5 million EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Prosthetics and Orthotics, in partnership with Imperial, Strathclyde and Southampton, training up to 60 PhD students from 2019-2026. The opportunity The Professor of Rehabilitation is primarily focused on research. However, there will be contributions to research-informed teaching, further enhancing Salford's reputation in rehabilitation teaching, and inspiring the next generation of AHP researchers. To facilitate development, the University of Salford offers internal research funding to establish capacity, pump prime new ideas and purchase equipment. We welcome candidates with a background in allied health and focus on physical rehabilitation who can drive meaningful research impact for people and populations. We’re keen for applications from people in connected specialisms, human pain, long-term management of conditions, or hospital rehabilitation, or other areas that intersect with our research. We’re happy to consider part time working arrangements. For more information, please contact Alli Whitehouse via hrresourcing@salford.ac.uk. We hope you will bring:
  • Strong collaborative and engaging leadership ability, and experience working with academics and senior staff in industry and clinical practice.
  • Demonstrable experience of academic leadership, PhD supervision, mentoring colleagues.
  • A track record of attracting research funding and delivering ambitious new projects.
The University of Salford is one of the largest allied health education providers in the UK including occupational therapy, physiotherapy, podiatry and prosthetics and orthotics. With an investment exceeding £100M, our new health campus which will deliver world-leading facilities for rehabilitation science research will cement Salford as a hub of global research excellence where talented and ambitious researchers can thrive. Salford is also investing in the research leaders of the future with a Fellowship scheme, recruiting future research leaders to work alongside newly created professorial positions. Our global reputation for rehabilitation and assistive technology research is built on a strong track record of funding from the NIHR, EPSRC, MRC, industry and charities. Join the University of Salford where you’ll find:
  • A career that works for you, with great benefits and continuous professional development
  • A real sense of community and belonging. We value diversity, and together we share a passion for improving students’ lives.
  • Our commitment to be Net Zero by 2038 and embed sustainability in all we do.