The School of Health Care Practice is looking to offer a range of opportunities for hourly paid lecturers to contribute to the teaching on its Allied Health Professions portfolio, at the University’s campuses. In particular we are seeking staff who can contribute to our newly approved undergraduate Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy courses.
You will be working with a supportive staff team and will also be expected to contribute to enhancing the student experience. Although we will consider other specialities, we are particularly looking for someone with experience in teaching:
- PT: neurological and cardiovascular
- OT : model of human occupation, neuro/stroke, paediatrics including CAMS, secure services, learning disabilities, hand therapy, AMPS (assessment motor processing skills), sensory integration, eating disorders.
Work will include lectures, seminars, workshops, tutorials and related marking. All hourly paid lecturers undergo an induction process to introduce you to the University of Bedfordshire policies and practices.
Potential hourly paid lecturers will be interviewed and successful applicants placed on our database and will be contacted when relevant opportunities arise.
Please email your CV with a short supporting statement indicating your areas of specialism by 19th June to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications will be reviewed by the Head of School, Dr John McCarthy, and if an applicant’s experience, knowledge and skills match any vacancies we have for hourly paid work, an interview will be arranged.
Preliminary inquiries please contact:
Please quote reference number and job title in correspondence.
Due to the Home Office and UK Visas & Immigration requirements on immigration and Right to Work in the UK, the University of Bedfordshire can only accept job applications from Non EEA applicants who hold a current Tier 1 or Tier 2 (in country) visa and their status allows them to work and reside in the UK with no restrictions.
The University is committed to equality of opportunity and values the diversity of all its workforce and student population.