Clinical Tutor, Sport Rehabilitation

Twickenham, United Kingdom
£36,914 per annum
Friday, 24 July 2020
End of advertisement period
Friday, 7 August 2020
Academic Discipline
Life sciences, Sport Science
Contract Type
Full Time

Faculty of Sport, Health and Applied Science

Clinical Tutor, Sport Rehabilitation

Reports to Programme Director

Starting Salary: £36,914 per annum, Band H, spinal point 33
Hours: Full time
Term: Permanent 

Department/Service Information:

The Faculty of Sport, Health and Applied Science is an internationally-recognised centre with established expertise and resources in running undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in the areas of sport, health and exercise sciences.

The following undergraduate programmes are offered: Sport Science, Sport Rehabilitation, Sports Coaching Science, Strength & Conditioning Science, Health, Exercise and Physical Activity, Nutritional Science and Physics. Postgraduate provision is offered in the areas of Human Nutrition, Applied Sports Nutrition, Applied Sport & Exercise Physiology, Sport & Exercise Rehabilitation, Applied Sport Psychology and Strength & Conditioning Science. Furthermore, the Faculty’s Centre for Short Courses and CPD offers a range of vocational courses for members of the local community wishing to develop careers in the area of sport, health and fitness.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

To manage, develop, and co-ordinate the Sport Rehabilitation Student Placement Clinic and to tutor, coach and motivate students in their development as clinical practitioners. Provide clinical supervision to Undergraduate and Postgraduate Sport Rehabilitation students on clinical placement in the Student Placement Clinic and to ensure patients served by the Sport Rehabilitation Student Placement Clinic are treated safely and effectively, and that an appropriate Duty of Care is extended towards these patients at all times.

To engage with external clinical placement providers to ensure the quality of external clinical placements is maintained and documentation is complete and up to date and to supervise, manage and co-ordinate St Mary’s University involvement in sports massage volunteering at charity events, thereby providing Sport Rehabilitation students with essential clinical placement hours and experience (this will involve occasional weekend work).

To undertake additional teaching, learning and assessment duties, if required.

For more information about the role and to apply please click here 

Closing date of applications 7th August 2020 at 23:00

Interviews will take place on 17th August 2020