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Lecturer in Stroke Rehabilitation and Health Services Research

Reference: THW/17/059639/000828

Salary Details: Grade 7, £40,523 to £48,327

Allowances: plus £2,623 London Allowance

Contract Type: Temporary/Fixed term

Contract Term: Full time

The Division is seeking to appoint a nationally/ internationally recognised leader in multidisciplinary applied health research, with an emphasis on stroke rehabilitation or the management of relevant long-term conditions. The post holder will strengthen our research profile and the student experience in a dynamic Allied Health Profession group housed within a world leading Division of Health & Social Care Research at King’s. The focus will be to improve health outcomes for patients and the public within the Divisional areas of interest.

The post holder will be an experienced non-medical clinical researcher with a strong back ground in multidisciplinary practice-based clinical research. The post holder will have a track record of securing grant funding and demonstrable research excellence through high impact projects and publications (or demonstrating an appropriate trajectory). S/he will also promote and foster high quality teaching and education in the Allied Health Professions through curriculum development and the management, delivery and monitoring of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

The post holder will hold a PhD in a relevant discipline.

The post is fixed term for 3 years.

Closing date: 28 June 2017

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If you have questions about this role, please contact: Catherine Sackley, Email:


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