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Lecturer in Skill Acquisition / Performance Analysis (University of Essex, UK)

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  • Lecturer in Skill Acquisition / Performance Analysis (University of Essex, UK)

    The School of Sport, Rehabilitation and Exercise Sciences (SRES) was created in August 2017 bringing together a diverse community of academics. As a large school, we offer a wide range of courses to our students with a blend of experiential learning. SRES is recognised across the world for taking excellence in education and research equally seriously. We deliver courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, on subjects such as sports and exercise sciences and psychology, physiotherapy, sports therapy, and sports performance. SRES also presents exciting opportunities for new interdisciplinary collaborations within the university (Institute for Public Health and Wellbeing; School of Life Sciences; Institute for Social and Economic Research; the Centre for Brain Science; School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering, School of Health and Social Care; and the Institute for Analytics and Data Science) and partnerships working with external agencies (e.g., The Rugby Football Union, England Institute of Sport, Royal Ballet School).

    The University of Essex has significantly expanded its state-of-the-art facilities for research and education with the opening of a new facility in January 2018 with further renovation in Summer 2021. We are a dynamic, research active school, consisting of emerging and world-leading researchers with an international reputation for cutting-edge research. As part of this development and fantastic REF results, SRES continues to invest significantly in new research and teaching provision.

    To support this growth, SRES is currently recruiting a lecturer to join our diverse community of scholars. The appointee will demonstrate a commitment to providing an engaging, innovative curriculum that meets the modern needs of our diverse student body in a campus-based environment.

    The successful candidate will also produce high-quality research in their area of expertise and develop collaborations internally and externally to leverage their research agenda which should align with one of our research clusters (Clinical Exercise and Rehabilitation Research Cluster, Human Performance Research Group, HEAL, and Professional Practice and Training). Applications from academics with applied experience would be encouraged. Thus, SRES and sports performance and coaching science programmes would like to invite academics with expertise in the following research areas:

    Applied skill acquisition and/or
    Performance analysis.

    More info and to apply here: