Lecturer in Nutrition & Dietetics
- Post Date:13th March 2020
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LECTURER IN NUTRITION & DIETETICS (1.0 FTE)
DEPARTMENT OF CLINICAL SCIENCES AND NUTRITION
FIXED TERM CONTRACT UNTIL 11/02/2022
£34,804 – £38,017 PER ANNUM (PRO RATA)
JOB SHARE OR FLEXIBLE WORKING CONSIDERED
The Department of Clinical Sciences and Nutrition wish to appoint a suitable individual to the position of Lecturer in Nutrition & Dietetics. This is an exciting opportunity to make a substantial contribution to the field of nutrition and dietetics, and inspire the potential workforce of the future.
The department is one of the largest providers of postgraduate nutrition programmes in the UK and has been responsible for delivering dietetics education and training on behalf of the North West region since 2002.
We are looking for a registered dietitian who may have some prior experience of teaching, learning, and assessment in higher education, which can be developed further, and who is passionate about training dietitians. You will also have insight into and a desire for a career as a clinical academic.
You will contribute to teaching, learning, and assessment on both the BSc and the MSc Nutrition and Dietetics programmes and, as appropriate, may contribute to the delivery of other programmes in the department such as Obesity and Weight Management, Cardiovascular Health and Rehabilitation and Human Nutrition.
We require candidates to hold a degree in nutrition and dietetics, HCPC Dietetics registration, previous experience of teaching and learning in higher education and preferably a Masters or higher degree. A previous record of working with clinical trainers is essential and an emerging or developing research profile desirable.
The University of Chester is consistently improving its presence and position within various national higher education rankings. The Department consists of high profile leading edge practitioners and academics with aspirations to create new provision and research in the field. Considerable opportunities for career progression also exist.
For informal enquiries contact the Head of Department, Professor Lynne Kennedy firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Sunday 5th April 2020