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Lecturer in Physiotherapy

Department: School of Science, Technology & Health
Location: York
Salary: £33,797 to £39,152 per annum
Closing Date: Monday 01 June 2020 at midnight
Interview Date: Friday 19 June 2020
Reference: 028-20
The Role

Full time permanent

Salary is £33,797 to £39,152 per annum

Location: York

York St John is an ambitious, modern university at the heart of historic York and there has never been a more exciting time to join us.

As one of the fastest growing universities in the U.K over recent years, we have a new strategy for the next decade, emphasising our commitment to widening opportunity through the power of education and contributing our talents to creating a fairer world, and a more prosperous region. We are putting inspirational learning and impactful research at the heart of this strategy, recognising our academic expertise as our greatest asset.

Physiotherapy is a well established and successful subject area at York St John University offering Pre-Registration programmes both at undergraduate and Accelerated Masters levels, alongside exciting national and international provision at all postgraduate levels. 

We are committed to growing our academic reputation and providing an unrivalled student experience and have an excellent opportunity to join a dynamic and innovative team of dedicated physiotherapy staff within the School of Science, Technology & Health. 

We are seeking to appoint a full-time, permanent Lecturer in Physiotherapy, to start from August 2020. Candidates must be able to demonstrate experience of student education, either within a University setting, or clinically, and be prepared to teach broadly across the spectrum of physiotherapy, with a specific focus on Musculoskeletal areas of the curriculum. The ability to supervise dissertations at BSc and MSc levels is also expected. The successful candidate will also be expected either to be research active in their subject specialism, or have an interest in becoming research active as part of their development.

The successful candidate must be an HCPC Registered Physiotherapist, hold a Masters degree, and have significant current expertise in the field of Musculoskeletal practice. 

For more information regarding this position, please contact Stephen Bailey, Senior lecturer and Development Lead for Health on s.bailey@yorksj.ac.uk 

If you would like to shape the story of an institution that has been changing lives through education since 1841, we would love to hear from you.

In addition to a competitive salary and the opportunity to work at our beautiful campus in the heart of York, YSJ employees enjoy access to a superb range of benefits including –

  • Generous annual leave entitlement (plus additional leave days during our Christmas closure period)
  • Pension scheme
  • Health cash plan
  • Training and development
  • Discounts at a wide range of high street brands and local companies, including shops, cinemas and gyms.

We welcome all applicants and particularly people from minority ethnic backgrounds as they are underrepresented within the university. 

As part of our commitment to providing an inclusive working environment, consideration is given to all requests for job share or flexible working arrangements.

Please note that CVs are not accepted in place of the application form.

Closing Date - Monday 01 June 2020 at midnight

Provisional Interview Date - Friday 19 June 2020

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