We are seeking to appoint a motivated and innovative lecturer to this new post. You will need to be a BASRaT, HCPC or Society of Sport Therapist registered Graduate Sport Rehabilitator, Physiotherapist or Sport Therapist able to demonstrate your own academic and clinical expertise within a learning environment. You will have the appropriate skills and knowledge to make a significant contribution to the education and preparation of undergraduate sport rehabilitation students.
Our BSc (Hons) Sport Rehabilitation programme (accredited by BASRaT) aims to develop knowledgeable, competent and considerate sport rehabilitators able to work with elite sports professionals, patients and members of the public. The award sits within the School of Allied Health Professions and Sport which has a very strong portfolio of education provision at undergraduate and postgraduate level for a range of health professionals.
This role will include supporting students academically, as a personal academic tutor and in their practice placement areas including our sport rehabilitation and physiotherapy clinic.
You will be expected to work as member of the team and demonstrate enthusiasm for your specialism showing a willingness to be creative and solution focussed. There is an exciting increase in the number and types of e-technologies and interprofessional learning being used within the Faculty and you will be expected to work with staff to implement such resources within your teaching. You will also be expected to contribute to and co-lead modules within the School of Allied Health Professions and Sport at undergraduate level and contribute where required to our post graduate provision.
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