Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy
School of Health and Social Care
Salary: From £40,931 per annum
This role is permanent and Full Time at 1.0 FTE
Closing Date: Monday 26 September 2022
Interview Date: Monday 17 October 2022
“ Very quickly I found I'd made the right choice in joining the team at
Lincoln. Highly experienced clinicians and academics are available at every
turn to guide and support a career in higher education.” Dean Walker
We are looking for a Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy to support the delivery
of our graduate entry MSc Physiotherapy programme and our postgraduate MSc
Contemporary Physio Practice.
The University of Lincoln has established a reputation as one of the most
dynamic, fastest growing universities in the UK. Situated in the heart of a
beautiful and historic city it has built an international reputation for the
quality of its teaching and research. Lincoln is currently ranked in the top
20 Universities for student satisfaction in both the Complete University and
Guardian University Guides 2022.
Physiotherapy is in the School of Health and Social Care ,which is part of the
College of Social Science, along with the Schools of Psychology, Sports and
Exercise Science, Education, Social and Political Sciences and the Lincoln Law
School. We also work closely with the School of Pharmacy and the Lincoln
Medical School in the College of Science.
The School of Health and Social Care has established an enviable regional,
national and international reputation for its teaching, its research and its
broad educational opportunities. We offer a range of undergraduate and post-
graduate pre-registration degrees and post registration MSc programmes. We
have an income of over £11m, 120 academic staff and over 1800 students
registered on the school's programmes across Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work,
Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Paramedic
Science, Health and Social Care and Research. The School also includes the
Community and Health Research Unit, renowned for its publicly engaged and
transformational research in primary and preventative health and social care
MSc Physiotherapy has been offered at University of Lincoln since 2018 and the
MSc Contemporary Physio Practice will recruit its inaugural students to
commence in September 2022. Teaching is predominantly delivered in the purpose
built Sarah Swift Building which opened in 2017. An additional refurbishment
in 2021 developed a large plinth room alongside simulated home environments to
enhance student learning.
The School of Health and Social Care is forward thinking and ambitious with
plans to further develop educations for Allied Health Professionals at pre and
post-registration levels. We are committed to inter-professional and
collaborative working in teaching and research. The successful candidate will
join a team committed to enhancing the health and social well-being of people
across Lincolnshire, the UK and overseas.
If you would like to work on a vibrant city centre campus with views across
the marina, want an opportunity to share your ideas and support the growth of
health education at Lincoln and be part of a young and dynamic teaching team
this could be the job for you.
We are not looking for any specific area of Physio clinical expertise.
We are an equal opportunities employer, celebrate diversity and are dedicated
to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We welcome
applications from all sections of the community and we are committed to equal
employment opportunity regardless of background or experience.
We are happy to consider part time or a joint post with NHS employers. Please
do get in contact to discuss further.
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committed to creating an inclusive environment for all. The University
encourages applications from underrepresented groups inclusive of Black, Asian
and other minoritised/marginalised ethnic groups, all gender identities and
expressions from the LGBT+ community, candidates with a disability, and those
that practise different faiths and beliefs, to enhance our One Community where
we strive to be kind, patient, and supportive of each other.
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