Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer Diagnostic Radiography

Canterbury, England, United Kingdom
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School of Allied Health Professions

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer Diagnostic Radiography

FHH0874

£32,004 to £46,924 per annum

Background

The Allied Health Professions are at the heart of health and wellbeing and cover a wide range of healthcare roles. Working both separately and interprofessionally, AHPs play a crucial role in the everyday lives of people from all walks of life. Our School of Allied Health Professions is seeking to recruit a motivated UK-HCPC registered diagnostic radiographer to join our radiography team. We have an excellent reputation for interprofessional education, in relation to our partnership working with external stakeholders, have a national established reputation for diagnostic ultrasound education, and internationally in radiographer clinical reporting practice and research.

The Role

You will teach our students at pre-registration and post graduate levels in the UK and possibly internationally, contributing also to the wider work of the radiography team and School. You will be, or work towards being, research active and contribute to the School’s enterprise and innovation and research profile.

Requirements

You will hold a current registration with the UK HCPC as a diagnostic radiographer, a relevant Bachelors degree and have or be working towards a higher degree in a relevant area. You will have relevant strong clinical experience to support your teaching and understanding of the benefit of interprofessional education. Experience in diagnostic ultrasound is desirable.

Additional Information

Full time (1.0fte hours) or part time job share would be considered.

Informal enquiries to Gill Dolbear on 01227 782085.

Canterbury Christ Church University is located in the world famous Cathedral city amongst stunning history and heritage. Canterbury is a thriving international destination, with many students and staff choosing to study and work here, making this historic, cosmopolitan city vibrant and culturally diverse.

Our staff enjoy competitive salaries and a great working environment with a number of benefits ranging from the occupational pension scheme to use of the University’s facilities including the library and fitness centre. We are strongly committed to equality and recognise the value of a diverse workforce.

Closing date for applications: 31 August 2017

Interviews are to be held: 15 September 2017

How to apply

Apply online

Prior consideration will be given to applicants in the University’s redeployment pool. No agencies, thank you.

Canterbury, with four other campuses throughout the beautiful county of Kent, the University offers excellent teaching facilities in unique and inspiring locations.