Lecturers

Opening Date:
9 Jun 2016
Closing Date:
11 Jul 2016
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The School of Healthcare Sciences, Cardiff University is seeking to appoint Lecturers in:

  • Nursing (Adult)
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal/Cardiovascular Respiratory and Neurology/Medical Rehabilitation)
  • Diagnostic Radiography
  • Radiotherapy (Therapy & Oncology)

The School of Healthcare Sciences provides a broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate education that directly improves health outcomes and healthcare for patients and families. This includes courses and research in Midwifery; Nursing (Adult, Child and Mental Health); Occupational Therapy; Physiotherapy; Clinical Photography; Perioperative Practice; and, Radiography (diagnostic and therapy).

We have a dynamic, collaborative and forward looking culture and we are recognised for our excellence in learning, teaching and research. Our unique, multidisciplinary provision ensures our students become skilled, knowledgeable and compassionate healthcare professionals committed to an ethos of evidence-based care.

We are looking for outstanding candidates in the areas listed above and are offering a mixture of full-time (35 hours per week) and part-time positions. Salary: £31,656 – £37,768 per annum, pro-rata for hours worked (Grade 6) or £40,082 – £46,414 per annum, pro-rata for hours worked (Grade 7)

Informal enquiries about the posts may be directed to the Deputy Heads of School, Dr David Clarke
(ClarkeDJ@cardiff.ac.uk) or Dr Shaaron Pratt (Pratt@cardiff.ac.uk), telephone: +44(0)29 2068 7672.

Post No: 4772BR: Teaching and Scholarship pathway
Post No: 4773BR: Teaching and Research pathway
(Applicants are welcomed to apply over both pathways)

To work for an employer that values and promotes equality of opportunity and see all vacancies within the School of Healthcare Sciences, please go to: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/jobs

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