Lecturer Practitioners in Physiotherapy
We are able to offer a total of 1.5 FTE for the above roles. Whilst ideally this would be two separate roles, one as a full-time role (35 hours per week) and the other is part time (17.5 hours per week), we are open to discussing a lower FTE, up to a total of 1.0 FTE for one candidate. We would therefore encourage candidates looking for any level of FTE to apply and state your preferred hours in your application form.
Grade 7: £34,304.00 to £42,149.00 including the discretionary points (pro-rated depended on FTE)
We are looking for a physiotherapist, with a clinical background in neurological or cardiorespiratory physiotherapy to develop and deliver high quality learning and teaching to the Integrated Masters in Physiotherapy programme at Plymouth Marjon University.
You must be a registered physiotherapist of the Health & Care Professions Council and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, with experiences working in the National Health Service.
You will be joining a team of highly motivated multi-disciplinary professionals, duties will include:
- Module leadership developing and managing teaching specific modules across all academic years
- Contributing to all areas of academic practice such as personal development tutoring (PDT), placement development and support, knowledge exchange and/or research activities.
- Contributing to delivery and development of our onsite physiotherapy and wellbeing clinics.
We continue to experience significant development, and we have an ambitious learning, research and engagement agenda. Staff are encouraged and supported to be innovative in their teaching, enabling students to thrive and build firm foundations in their chosen field.
The University really is a great place to work, with 94% of staff agreeing in our most recent staff survey. Our Total Reward Package includes competitive salaries, generous Pension Schemes and annual leave entitlement, as well as access to a range of learning and development courses and a range of activities under ‘Balance’ our staff health and wellbeing scheme.
Where you’ll work:
Plymouth Marjon University is a small University with our students at the heart of everything we do. You’ll be based in the Plymouth Marjon University school of Health and Wellbeing, on our green campus in the north of Plymouth.
We are keen to hear from a diverse range of applicants to support our goal to realise every individual’s potential. We are a ‘Disability Confident Employer’: candidates who declare a disability and who demonstrate on their application that they meet the essential criteria will be included on the shortlist. If you are considering relocating, you can read more about Plymouth here.
Closing date: Sunday 26 June 2022
Interview date: Thursday 07 July 2022
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