ST MARYS UNIVERSITY, TWICKENHAM

Programme Director – MSc Physiotherapy 

Expiring today

Location
Twickenham, London (Greater)
Posted
25 Jul 2017
End of advertisement period
24 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Full Time

Programme Director – MSc Physiotherapy 
School of Sport, Health and Applied Science 
Starting Salary: £45,562 per annum 
Hours: Full-time 
Term: Fixed-term (until August 2019) 

Since 1850, St Mary’s mission has been to provide a high quality academic and professional environment, inspired by its distinctive ethos and values. The University is an inclusive academic community, where everybody is welcomed. 

St Mary’s provides an inspiring and welcoming environment and has a strong, supportive community. The University is proud of the support it gives to its students, and the support is underpinned by the provision of teaching that is student-focused with a strong emphasis on skills and character development. 

At St Mary’s you will be encouraged to nurture and educate our students, preparing them to be ready to meet the challenges of today and anticipate those of tomorrow. 

The School is an internationally recognised centre with expertise and resources in sport, health and exercise sciences, including well established undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in sports rehabilitation, strength and conditioning, nutrition, exercise and health, sports science, coaching and sports psychology. We are committed to offering vocationally relevant programmes of study with the highest academic standards. 

The University is one of London’s top-performing sports institutions. Our new £8.5m sports centre was home to athletes from ten teams during the London 2012 Olympic Games. Today, it is a regular training ground for many international athletes. 

The School of Sport, Health and Applied Science is seeking to recruit a full time clinical Physiotherapist to develop, lead and manage a new MSc Physiotherapy (pre – registration) programme at St Mary’s. You will be joining a thriving School at an exciting time in the growth and development of health related programmes. We are keen to consider innovative and creative models for the delivery of learning, teaching and assessment of new programmes in this field. 

You will also contribute to teaching and assessment and make a contribution to the research and/or knowledge transfer activities of the School. 

A relevant first degree, postgraduate qualification and registration as a Physiotherapist (HCPC) are essential. A PhD is desirable. Relevant experience in acute cardio-respiratory care as well as an ability to contribute to areas such as neurological rehabilitation, ageing/mental health, dementia and public health is desirable. 

For further information about the role and for details of how to apply, please click here

Closing Date: 24 August 2017 at 23:59 
Interviews are likely to be held on 5 September 2017