Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Cellular and Molecular Sport & Exercise
The School of Sport and Exercise Sciences seeks to strategically develop its world-leading profile of teaching and research excellence by the appointment of leading academics across the core disciplines of Sport and Exercise Sciences. You will be expected to develop and deliver research informed/led mechanistic sport and health science content across relevant undergraduate and postgraduate programme provision within the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences.
You will be required to lead modules and contribute to the delivery of content for our sport and exercise science programmes, including an ability to contribute to our BSc Sport and Exercise Science and Masters programmes in sport nutrition and exercise physiology.
The core emphasis of the post, however, is to enhance understanding of mechanisms underpinning adaptation from the cell to the community and into elite sport. This should be achieved via research and research-informed teaching within aligned sport and exercise science curricula. The post demands research and placement supervision and tutorial support for students in the School and ideally a desire to promote LJMU-relevant public engagement.
You should ideally possess relevant teaching qualifications or experience. You will possess a proven profile of scholarly activity in high quality peer review journals and evidence of grant applications, aligned to the needs of this post.
Informal enquiries may be made to the Director of School, Professor Dave Richardson ( ); and / or physiology subject head Dr James Morton ( ).
Closing Date: 14 August 2017.
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