Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy

Opening Date:
7 Apr 2017
Closing Date:
5 May 2017
Salary Range:

The Faculty of Health Education and Life Sciences in Birmingham City University is seeking exceptional candidates to develop new provision as part of a period of unprecedented growth and development. Birmingham City University is investing £41 Million in a purpose built development. The 10,500m² building at City South Campus in Edgbaston will enable the University to offer a wide range of new allied health, life science and sports courses.

We are seeking an experienced HCPC registered physiotherapist with a track record of innovation and leadership, who will take a leading role the design and delivery of the new physiotherapy education within the School and contribute to the School, Faculty and University’s strategic priorities.

The School is developing a range of pre-registration Allied Health Professions programmes at post-graduate level, including MSc Physiotherapy (pre-registration). Your role will be pivotal in development of this new programme by working closely with local/regional employers, students and other key stakeholders to develop graduates who are prepared for professional practice in the dynamic healthcare environment. In addition you will contribute to interprofessional learning within the faculty and you will also be involved in the support of mentors and students at clinical placement sites, which will include clinical visits.

We are seeking someone who is passionate about excellent patient care, teaching and research, and who can inspire their students. Experience of curriculum design is desirable as is an ability to work externally with employers and professional bodies. You must be able to demonstrate evidence of on-going continued professional development and ideally be engaged in research activity.

For further information, please see the following link https://jobs.bcu.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?id=1537&forced=1

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