Healthcare Scientist – Cardiac Physiologist

Opening Date:
8 Dec 2014
Closing Date:
4 Jan 2015
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The Faculty of Health Sciences offers superb facilities for research and education & is one of the largest and most successful of its kind in the UK. With world-class academic staff committed to transforming health services & improving health outcomes, we are committed to building on our national and international research reputation.

The Faculty offers strong, research-led undergraduate & postgraduate education programmes for nursing, midwifery, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, podiatry & healthcare sciences, together with the most advanced clinical academic programme in the country. We are seeking to appoint a high calibre individual to join our team for two days per week (0.4 FTE) to contribute to the delivery of our BSc (Hons) Healthcare Science programme. This dynamic and growing programme focuses on the education of cardiovascular and respiratory/sleep physiologist within the Department of Health’s Modernising Scientific Careers framework.

The successful applicant will have experience of working clinically as a cardiac physiologist, will ideally hold a PhD in a related field and will have a reputation and proven track record of achievement in professional practice, education and/or research. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to join a vibrant academic community committed to further developing and extending understanding in research, education and practice to create integrated educational programmes that are unique to the Faculty and which make a positive difference to local and global health.

While the preference is to appoint experienced academics, we also welcome applications from senior practitioners with a background in education and clear potential to develop their research in line with the Faculty’s research agenda.

For further details please contact: Dr Richard Collier (Richard.Collier@soton.ac.uk) or Mr Richard Bain (R.Bain@soton.ac.uk).

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