PROFESSOR/READER IN REHABILITATION SCIENCE
UNIVERSITY OF TEESSIDE, SCHOOL OF HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE
Salary scales: Professor £44,150 - £51,880 Reader £34,227 - £43,037
At the University of Teesside, our determination to achieve excellence in
teaching, enterprise and research is matched by our success in widening
access and participation for our 20,000 students. Our North East of
England location offers exceptional opportunities for an affordable,
quality lifestyle and an innovative, challenging work environment.
The School of Health & Social Care, with over 7000 students, has now been
deemed excellent in all subject areas through 6 academic reviews over the
past 4 years. It is renowned for its successful partnership working with
Health & Social Care Services on such matters as modernisation and changing
workforce. Its Enterprise and Research Portfolio continues to expand on
several fronts and we now wish to enhance such, within a new institute of
health sciences research, through the following significant appointment.
Rehabilitation research is focussed in the Centre for Rehabilitation
Science, which is a joint venture between the School and South Tees NHS
Trust. It is exceptionally well equipped, in that it incorporates a state
of the art movement analysis laboratory comprising a 7 camera vicon system,
2 moveable Kistler Force plates, a system 3 pro Biodex with a closed chain
attachment, Physiological data acquisition system (Biopac) and a Gaitrite
instrumental walkway. There are currently 7 full time members of staff,
10 – 15 part time members and part-time and full-time research students.
You will be responsible for leading the Centre, possess a PhD in the
subject area, have evidence of research income generation, relevant
research outputs and research degree supervision.
Job Reference: 1102
For an informal discussion please contact Professor Paul Keane, Dean on
For appointment to the Professor/Reader posts, candidates must meet the
Professorial/Reader criteria of the University of Teesside which will be
included in the application pack.
The positions we are filling are exempt from the provisions of the
Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and a satisfactory CRB disclosure from the
Criminal Records Bureau is required as part of our clearance procedures.
Application forms and further details are available from the Personnel
Department, Middlesbrough, Tees Valley, TS1 3BA. Tel 01642 342200 (24
hours) or e-mail: [log in to unmask]
For further details of this and other posts, please refer to our web site
Closing date for all posts: 19 April 2005 12.00 noon
The Guardian (05/04/2005)
Council of Deans