Occupational Therapy Programme Lead – Lecturer/Associate Professor

Opening Date:
5 Jan 2015
Closing Date:
25 Jan 2015
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The Faculty offers strong, research-led undergraduate & postgraduate education programmes for nursing, midwifery, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, podiatry and healthcare sciences, together with the most advanced clinical academic programme in the country. We are seeking to appoint a high calibre individual to lead the occupational therapy team in delivering our BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy programme & to contribute to teaching and research as required across the Faculty. This appointment will be to a permanent post at either Lecturer or Associate Professor Grade; the role of programme lead will normally be undertaken for three years and after this period you will revert to the substantive post to which you were appointed.

To be successful, you will have extensive experience of occupational therapy; you will hold a PhD or equivalent in a related field & will have a reputation and proven track record of achievement in professional practice, education and/or research. You will contribute to our pre and post-registration programmes of education and pursue a programme of research within one of our internationally recognised research groups*.

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. A Disclosure and Barring Service check at Standard Level is necessary for this role.

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

You should submit your completed application form online at www.jobs.soton.ac.uk. The vacancy will close at midnight on the closing date as shown above. If you need any assistance, Please contact Carol Read on +44 (0) 23 8059 3649 Please quote vacancy reference number 496814KE on all correspondence.

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