The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences are seeking to recruit a Lecturer in Physical Activity and Health Promotion to cover 10 month maternity leave.
Qualifications required for the post: - MSc or equivalent related work experience.
Experience required for the post: - The candidate should have a background in physical activity and health physiology, or equivalent clinical, health policy or healthy community development role. Evidence of teaching in a higher education institution or a demonstrated track record of working within a clinical, physical activity or health environment (2 years +) is desirable. Candidates with experience of supervising undergraduate and postgraduate research projects would be welcomed.
Overall purpose of post: - This position is a maternity cover and the successful candidate will be expected to develop and deliver teaching materials to a high standard, and generally contribute to the scholarly and developmental ambitions of the department.
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