External Examiner – MSc Sports Injury Management

Opening Date:
5 May 2017
Closing Date:
30 Jun 2017
Salary Range:

We are seeking a replacement external examiner for the next academic year for the MSc Sports Injury Management course. The University of Brighton offers extensive support for external examiners and holds workshops annually. Further support is also provided by the Course Leader and Head of Continuing and Postgraduate Education. The University normally expects external examiners to attend a minimum of one examination board per year.

Applicants are advised that the University applies the following criteria to external examiners:

  • The area of expertise of external examiners is within the area of examinations undertaken;
  • Applicants should have recently been employed (or are still employed) within a university appointment;
  • He/she must not have been a University of Brighton examiner within the last five years;
  • He/she will have a recognised Physiotherapy qualification, and be Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registered.
  • One External Examiner is required for the post-registration MSc Sports Injury Management course

The MSc Sports Injury Management course has a mixture of FT and PT students from the UK, Europe and other countries. It is part of the CPE and PG Education Programme in Health Sciences. The course is a flexible course so students can put together a programme of study which is suitable for their needs (2 core sports injury management modules, research methods + 3 optional modules). As external you would be responsible for the sports injury management modules (3 modules and dissertations).

Commencement date December 2017 for a period of 4 years

For an informal discussion, please contact:
Course Leader – Colin Paterson, c.paterson2@brighton.ac.uk, 01273 643544

Please forward your curriculum vitae to Nicky Pont, N.Pont@brighton.ac.uk, with the title of the course in the subject line.

Further information about the School of Health Sciences may be found on the University website at www.brighton.ac.uk/shs