Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, GCU, Glasgow, Scotland
Glasgow Caledonian University
The School of Health and Life Sciences is looking to appoint to the Department of Psychology and Allied Health Profession Sciences, either a Lecturer or a Senior Lecturer, specialising in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation.
We are seeking a professional and dynamic individual with a PhD in a relevant discipline and an early (L) or established (SL) research career profile in one or more areas of applied biomechanics, gait analysis, medical imaging, and the development and testing of non-pharmacological, rehabilitation interventions. The Musculoskeletal Research Group has an established programme of research in the area of rheumatology and musculoskeletal rehabilitation, in particular lower limb and foot and ankle biomechanics and gait, medical imaging (esp., ultrasonography) and orthotic therapies. Extensive knowledge and experience of external grant funding systems and a commitment to the field of musculoskeletal rehabilitation is also required.
If you wish to know more about this role or for an informal discussion please feel free to contact Professor James Woodburn on +44 (0)141 331 8483 or a Jim.Woodburn@gcu.ac.uk
School of Health and Life Sciences (Institute for Applied Health)
Job Family: Academic, Research Enterprise, School of Health and Life Sciences (Institute for Applied Health)
Grade: 7 (Lecturer)
Salary Scale: £38,139 - £44,165 (Point 38 – 43) (Lecturer)
Grade: 8 (Senior Lecturer)
Salary Scale: £45,487 - £52,705 (Point 44 – 49) (Senior Lecturer)
Contract: Full time - Permanent
Closing Date: 14 June 2012, 5pm