London Metropolitan University is seeking a Principal Lecturer in Health Sciences, to lead the Sports Science and Therapy programmes. APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED
Salary £50,949 to £63,036 p.a (including London Allowance)
Working Time Full-time
Closing Date 04.11.2021
Interview Date: 1 December 2021
Job Ref: 21SHSC0701
About the Post
Join a dynamic and enthusiastic team of academics and researchers within Sports Science and Therapy who strive to deliver an exceptional student experience with our vision to drive education for social justice. We do this in many ways including curriculum delivery which supports representation and opportunity for our students.
You will also support the delivery of our Health Sciences degree programmes through substantial research leadership, ensuring that the School’s research findings are embedded within our curriculum in an engaging and accessible manner.
You will work collaboratively through teaching and research within the Institution, our School, and the Health Sciences group, fostering its values and supporting strong academic outcomes. Maintenance and further development of professional skills and expertise will be encouraged and supported.
About the Role
You will have a degree in either Sports and Exercise Science or Sports Therapy or Physiotherapy or a related subject and a PhD within the Sports discipline, being accredited with either BASES or SST or registered with the HCPC.
You will have an active research portfolio, with relevant 3* and 4* research outputs within areas of Sports and Exercise Science and/or Sports Therapy. You will be able to enhance the School’s research profile through delivering impactful research and supporting others within your discipline to do the same.
About London Metropolitan University
London Metropolitan University is a striving and ambitious institution committed to transforming the lives of its students through excellent education.
We are committed to making education available to people from all walks of life, creating and advancing social justice, social mobility and access to opportunity and professions. Our graduates benefit personally, but also contribute to society, culture, public services and the economy in all areas of London, the UK and around the world.
The School of Human Sciences brings together the University’s science-based health related provision and the essential scientific disciplines that underpin this provision. Our courses are closely allied to subjects related to medicine and focus on activities that consider the factors that influence human health and wellbeing which take a holistic approach to individual and community wellbeing.
How To Apply For This Role
Please complete the online application in full, making sure you address the person specification criteria in your statement as this will enable us to make an informed shortlisting decision.
All applicants are additionally asked to submit an equality and diversity statement of up to one page, articulating how you will contribute to making our university more inclusive.
If you wish to attach any additional documents such as a CV, you may do so (please follow the instructions). Please note that we do not accept a CV on its own as a job application.
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