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Lecturer

Location: Kent and London
Salary: Competitive rates

We are looking to recruit committed and enthusiastic individuals as Lecturers, who would value the opportunity to be involved in the education of the next generation of Osteopaths. The available roles cover a variety of Osteopathic subjects including Rheumatology, MSK conditions and Osteopathic Technique/Practice and Clinical Methods.

Applicants must be experienced and registered Osteopaths who want to develop their career to provide high quality and innovative teaching to students undertaking undergraduate and postgraduate education in Osteopathy. Experience of delivering academic education and a recognised teaching qualification is desirable, but not essential.

Your primary responsibilities will be the delivery of group classes, including assisting with the development of teaching materials and methods. You will also have responsibility for marking assessments and some module-related admin. The successful candidate will join a team committed to enhancing the education of Osteopathy across the UK and further afield.

All applicants must complete an application form and shortlisted candidates will be required to attend an interview. In addition, you will be required to provide two references and be willing to undertake an enhanced DBS check.

Please do inform us if any reasonable adjustments are required for any part of the recruitment process.

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Location: Kent and London
Salary: Competitive rates

All osteopathic lectures require lecturing assistants to support the main lecturer in delivering quality education to our osteopathy students. We have several Lecture Assistant positions available in London and Kent to aid the delivery of teaching within our Osteopathy modules.  The available roles cover a variety of Osteopathic subjects including Anatomy, Physiology and Osteopathic Technique/Practice and Clinical Methods.

The Lecturing Assistant must convey their passion and enthusiasm for the subject they are assisting with and support the lead lecturer in:

  • creating a welcoming environment
  • fostering a sense of belonging and respect
  • encouraging high performance
  • promoting active engagement
  • promoting critical thinking and intellectual curiosity and
  • lay out from the beginning, expectations of how the students should behave and interact in the syllabus by modelling professional standards.

All applicants must complete an application form and shortlisted candidates will be required to attend an interview. In addition, you will be required to provide two references, proof of right to work and be willing to undertake an enhanced DBS check.

Please do inform us if any reasonable adjustments are required for any part of the recruitment process.

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Location: Kent
Salary: Competitive rates

Running for 40 years and with over 20,000 treatments each year, our Kent Teaching Clinic has a pretty enviable reputation as the place to visit for excellent osteopathic care.

Our Clinic Tutors manage patient and student interactions all the while ensuring that exemplary care is at the heart of everything they do. Care for the patient inclusive of treatment and advice given to every patient meets the high standards of professionalism, expertise and quality expected from a registered osteopath. And care for the student – it matters a great deal to us that our students have the best possible learning experience in Clinic with plenty of opportunities to apply and hone the wide variety of skills and knowledge they have learned. You must be open to questions and be willing to accept the broad spectrum of treatment approaches and opinions, integrating with other members of faculty

To join the team, you will be a registered osteopath with a genuine desire to teach and encourage the next generation of osteopaths. You will effortlessly support and guide a student’s learning, and will remember what it felt like to be an osteopathic student with that frisson of almost imperceptible nervous excitement you felt at finally being able to put all those study hours into practice under the calm, watchful gaze of a Clinic Tutor.

We need to fill the following vacancies:

  • Monday: morning, afternoon and evening sessions
  • Tuesday: afternoon session
  • Thursday: afternoon and evening sessions
  • Friday: morning and afternoon sessions

Please take a look at the job description and send your application form in to Helen Jones, Head of HR (helenjones@eso.ac.uk).

We are looking forward to meeting you!

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Location: Kent and London

Salary: Competitive rates

The Student Engagement & Welfare Officer’s (SEWO) key responsibility is to ensure a fulfilling and successful student experience for all our London and Kent students, in order to ensure that academic progress and personal development is maintained and optimised.    This will be achieved through coaching, providing advice and welfare support to students in collaboration with colleagues across the BCNO Group and utilisation of external agencies as appropriate.

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To apply, please email your CV to helenjones@eso.ac.uk