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Teaching Fellow - Sport and Exercise Psychology - Newcastle University - UK

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    A40055A - Teaching Fellow - Sport and Exercise Psychology

    Newcastle University - Faculty of Medical Sciences - School of Biomedical Sciences

    Location: Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
    Salary: £28,982 to £30,738 per annum (with progression to £37,768).
    Hours: Full Time
    Contract Type: Permanent
    Placed on: 16th June 2016
    Closes: 5th July 2016
    Job Ref: 106297
    In support of our significant investment in Sport and Exercise Science we are seeking to appoint an inspiring and ambitious individual to be involved in teaching and research. You will be part of the developments in Sport and Exercise Science at Newcastle University and will contribute to the growth of the academic discipline of Sport and Exercise Science within our Faculty of Medical Sciences. Teaching commitments will be primarily on the new BSc in Sport and Exercise Sciences. There will also be scope to contribute to the development and support of other programmes. You will be expected to make a significant contribution to research and enterprise and to demonstrate a developing independent research profile.

    You will have a PhD in Sport Psychology and a strong teaching and a research background in the discipline area.

    You will have the ability to engage in high quality research as well as the ability to engage counselling skills and provide pastoral care where appropriate.

    Appointments will be in the School of Biomedical Sciences with affiliation to one of our research institutes as appropriate.

    Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Emma Stevenson e-mail, telephone +44(0) 191 208 7865.

    The Institute holds a bronze Athena SWAN award in addition to the University’s silver Athena SWAN award in recognition of our good employment practices for the advancement of gender equality, and the University holds the HR Excellence in Research award for our work to support the career development of our researchers. We are also a member of the Euraxess network.

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