Senior Lecturer in Sport & Exercise Biomechanics

Chichester, United Kingdom
10 Aug 2017
End of advertisement period
31 Aug 2017
Academic Discipline
Life sciences, Sport Science
Contract Type
Fixed Term, Maternity Cover
Full Time

Job description

We are a successful, modern university with clear values and a long history in Higher Education and are proud to have been recently awarded Silver in the Teaching & Excellence Framework. We offer quality education and an excellent student learning experience and are located in a beautiful region of the South Coast of England.  

The Institute of Sport is a vibrant department of the University of Chichester with wide-ranging accolades, a variety of facilities to support teaching and learning and student experience. We encourage all our academic staff to explore research opportunities and inspire innovative and new ways to grow and improve our establishment.

We are looking for a Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Biomechanics to work with us from mid-October for up to 12 months to cover a period of maternity leave. In this role you will contribute to the delivery of the curriculum on BSc programmes in Sport and Exercise Science, Sports Coaching Science, Sports Coaching and Physical Education and the MSc programme in Sport and Exercise Biomechanics.

To be successful in your application you will be able to demonstrate your extensive relevant subject knowledge, have a good relevant undergraduate degree with further professional or academic qualifications at Masters level, and be able to foster creative approaches when responding to teaching, learning and scholarship challenges.

Do you have questions about the role or the recruitment process? Dr Neal Smith, Field Leader - Biomechanics and Research Methods would welcome your informal enquiries and may be contacted on 01243 819275 or via email

Closing Date: 31 August 2017

Interview Date: during week commencing 11 September 2017

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The University of Chichester welcomes applicants from BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) backgrounds as they are currently under-represented at Senior Lecturer level.